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“Watch Out for Tricky T!” – FREEBIE for Teacher Appreciation Week!

3 May

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

Are you feeling appreciated this week?! I know I sure am! The wonderful parents and students at my school have been pampering us this week with gifts, delicious snacks, yummy lunches, and so much more. I hope you’re feeling just as appreciated¬†and special as I am! ūüôā

As a THANK YOU to all the teachers that influence, support, and inspire me¬†(yes, that’s you!), and a small token of my gratitude, I’m sharing¬†a FREE poem from my newest resource packet.¬†This poem will be a “forever freebie” and can be downloaded from my TpT store.

So, what’s “Tricky T,”¬†you ask? My RTI students often have a hard time with blends, specifically R-blends like tr- and dr- where the beginning consonants change their sounds. To help them with tr- blends, I created a poem and activity packet to help reinforce the sound¬†T makes inside the blend. Students can read (and reread!) the poem and highlight the tricky blends¬†inside of the poem. The corresponding activities and games will help build automaticity with the “Tricky T” sound inside the consonant blend.

Download this FREE poem for teaching or reviewing the sound of the tr- consonant blend by clicking HERE or the image below.

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If you’re interested in the complete phonics packet, check it out HERE! This packet includes word lists, assessments, practice word cards, and fluency activities/games.

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Did you know there’s a site-wide TpT Teacher Appreciation sale going on today and tomorrow? ¬†The sale will take place 5/3/16- 5/4/16, and everything in my store will be 20% off (including the complete Tricky T resource!). Don’t forget to use the code CELEBRATE for an additional 10% off already discounted prices!

Looking for new resources to try out in your classroom? Be sure to check out my other phonics and fluency products. Also, this is a GREAT time to stock up on bundles that are already deeply discounted!

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

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Summer Stock Up!

26 Jun

Summer is FINALLY here for us WNY teachers!¬†My last day of school was yesterday, and I am beyond ready to relax and recharge. Of course, in between relaxing and recharging, I will be planning and thinking ahead to next year. (Do teachers really ever take a break?!)¬†The summer always goes by fast, so¬†I’ve decided to pull together some resources for a Summer Stock Up event to help us get ready for next¬†year. Stock up now so you can relax and enjoy the last bit of summer! ūüôā Summer Stock Up This past year, I’ve been slowly building-up my fluency toolbox and creating resources that can be used as¬†interventions with my RTI students. I like to dig deep into fluency and really target the specific area of fluency they struggle with. (Pace? Phrasing? Expression? Attention to Punctuation?) With a new year of fluency groups in mind, it is my summer goal to finish my growing collection of differentiated “Scoop It” Fluency Phrasing Task Cards.¬† Slide03 “Scoop It” Fluency Phrasing Task Cards are geared toward¬†elementary-level students. They’re easy to use and perfect for the classroom! They can be used in many ways and¬†are helpful for¬†introducing, reviewing, practicing, and assessing fluency¬†phrasing¬†with your students.

(Sets 1-8 are ALL currently available on TpT!) 

These task card sets can be sent home for practice, used as a center, incorporated into Daily Five, or used in small groups. Directions and suggestions for use are included with each set. Scoop It Product Details Each “Scoop It” Fluency Phrasing Task Card set includes the same¬†components, but just¬†increases in difficulty. You can purchase one set, or you can purchase the whole collection! IMG_7212 There are two formats of task cards within each set.¬†The¬†task cards with scoop lines are perfect for students to practice reading with phrasing, following the scoop lines with their fingers as they read. Scoop It Reading Task Cards The task cards without scoops¬†are helpful for students who need practice with¬†identifying appropriate phrases within a sentence. If you laminate the cards, students can draw in the scoop lines (using dry-erase markers) and can practice grouping the different words together. They can then practice reading the sentences afterward. Scoop It Interactive Cards The 48 task cards in each set each feature a targeted phonics pattern. Set 1 starts off with pre-primer words and basic CVC word patterns. Each set increases in difficulty. By Set 6, your students will be interacting with multi-syllable words and complex vowel patterns. Use multiple¬†task card sets to¬†differentiate your practice and instruction. IMG_7217All¬†of the¬†“Scoop It” task card sets are currently available in my MsJordanReads store. The collection consists of the following sets:

There is also a “Scoop It” Fluency Phrasing Task Card Bundle if you’re interested in grabbing all the sets at once and at a discounted price.

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“Scoop It” Freebie & Giveaway

Be sure to stop by my Facebook page¬†this weekend to download a FREE sample of my newest “Scoop It” Fluency Phrasing Task Cards (Set 2). Just look for my “Summer Stock Up” tab to download it. When you’re done, click¬†“More Freebies” to stock up on¬†additional¬†resources¬†from the other participants and see their products in action! Also, as part of this wonderful¬†Summer Stock Up event, I am offering a giveaway for TWO lucky winners! Each¬†winner will receive the completed “Scoop It” sets that are currently available in my store. Enter by completing the form¬†below. I will be randomly choosing the winners Friday, July 3rd and announcing on my Facebook page. The winners will also be notified by email!

THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED!¬†Thank you to everyone who entered. A huge CONGRATULATIONS to Allison Kieffner & Jennifer Lyman for winning my “Scoop It!” Fluency Task Card giveaway! (An email will be sent with the resources!)

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Happy Summer!

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A Circus Poem for Two Voices!

13 May

I’ve always been fascinated by circuses, especially traditional¬†ones from the late 1800’s that traveled by circus train from city to city, bringing along tents, animals, and performers. Maybe it was my obsession with Dumbo growing up (I loved anything Disney!), or the recent¬†novels¬†I’ve read, but I’ve been¬†intrigued and wanting to learn more!

After recently reading Water for Elephants and The Night Circus (great books to add to your summer reading list!), I was inspired to create a circus-themed partner poem. I hoped to capture the magic of the Big Top. I love the booming voice of the ringmaster and the many different acts going on simultaneously in the different rings. As I was writing this poem, I was constantly digging into my childhood memories of going to a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. The experience was overwhelming yet fascinating at the same time!

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I must say, I had a hard time choosing circus characters. Do I focus on an animal’s perspective (probably sad) or a clowns (too creepy)? I absolutely love elephants, but when researching circus elephants and circus “lingo,” I stumbled upon one too many “Save the Elephants” articles that put me in a dark place. Poor elephants! ūüė¶ Even though Ringling Bros. is phasing out elephants from their acts (see this article), it’s still sad; so, I scratched my original “Ringmaster vs. Elephant”¬†poem for one that focused on the voices of a¬†ringmaster and an acrobat.

The “poem for two voices” is filled with sensory adjectives¬†and ringmaster hyperboles – perfect for a unit on figurative language! Another¬†big focus of “The Circus is in Town” poem is character perspective and audience. In the poem, the ringmaster is talking to the gathering crowd and the acrobat’s voice is more internal.

This poem is part of my Everyday Partner Poetry series. Similar to the other packets, comprehension graphic organizers and CCSS response questions are included. Check it out!

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For last month’s Poetry Hop, I shared¬†props for my “Wake Up, Grizzly Bear!” poem (you can still grab them!). I think I’ll eventually create and share¬†props for all my partner poems, but here are the FREE poetry props for “The Circus is in Town,” in the mean time!

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Check out the additional partner poetry products in my store. There are currently 17 poems in the series (all included in the Mega Bundle!). More coming soon!

If you’re interested in helping to develop your students’ schema on circus life and vocabulary, here are a few great picture books:

Do you know of any picture books I can add to my list? Please comment below. I’d love to add new books my library!

Happy Teaching!

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{FREE} Fluency Task Cards for Spring!

25 Apr

Spring is finally showing its colors around here. I see daffodils in my garden and tulips about to bloom. I’m going to¬†ignore the fact that they had snow on them two days ago (really, Mother Nature?!), as the weather went back down into the 30’s. I guess that’s “spring” in WNY¬†though.

To celebrate the sprinkling of spring days that we’ve had, I created a FREE spring version of my Daily Fluency Task Cards!

FREE Spring Fluency Task Cards from @MsJordanReads -- Perfect for Literacy Centers, Daily 5, Guided Reading, or sending home with students!

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(Grab this free download by clicking HERE or the image above!)

Students can complete these as a fluency warm-up or for take-home fluency practice. There’s a¬†task card log included for student accountability. Enjoy!

Happy Teaching!

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Winter Fluency Freebie & Cyber Monday Sale!

1 Dec

Last week, I watched as parts of Buffalo, N.Y. were¬†buried with over SEVEN feet of snow (yikes!). Living just 15 miles north of the crazy snow band, I felt extremely¬†lucky — lucky to not have to shovel out from all that snow,¬†and¬†even¬†luckier to be part of such a wonderful¬†city¬†of “good neighbors.” The community came together to overcome this “Snowvember” event, spotlighting¬†many moments of strength, courage, and perseverance.¬†It was a timely¬†reminder, heading into the Thanksgiving holiday, of the importance of giving back and sharing!

With December arriving today,¬†I am ready to jump into a month of crazy holiday preparations and parties. To help kick-off this wonderfully busy season, I’m offering a new winter-themed FREEBIE. This set of 24 task cards is¬†similar to my FREE¬†fall-themed set and is perfect for reinforcing fluency in your classroom!

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 (Download by clicking HERE or on the image above!)

Have students complete the fluency task cards for morning bell-work, Daily 5, literacy centers, or as take-home task card sets. All you have to do is print, laminate, and cut! You can even use as a PDF and display using a SMARTboard or projector.

If you like these task cards, check out my other Daily Fluency Task Card sets. My beginner-level set has been a huge hit, and I just uploaded my newest Daily Fluency Task Card set for upper-level readers. Grab both sets for differentiating your fluency practice!

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NOTE: These products are currently 20% off and part of my HUGE Cyber Monday sale that starts today! Grab your sets today!

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TpT Cyber Monday sale will run 12/1 – 12/2. Use Promo Code TPTCYBER for an additional 10% off my already discounted prices! Check out everything in my store HERE!

Happy December & Happy Teaching! 

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Daily Fluency Task Cards

22 Sep

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With the school year under way and my RTI intervention groups going full force, I’m excited to announce the launch of my newest product series… Daily Fluency Task Cards!

I just laminated and put together¬†my own classroom set of task cards, and I can’t wait to start using them with my students this week! For the past year, I’ve been using the¬†Daily Fluency Activity Packs¬†(Beginner & Intermediate) with my targeted RTI fluency groups. Students complete these daily activity pages as a 5-minute warm-up while¬†they wait for their intervention group to start. I am still using these¬†activity packets this year for RTI, but I wanted additional task activities that I could send with my students to¬†reinforce fluency in the classroom and at home.

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Daily Fluency Task Cards¬†are the¬†perfect¬†supplement to any classroom reading program¬†and would be perfect for independent practice. Each task card allows students to “dig deeper” into fluency and focuses¬†on¬†specific fluency skills. Use the cards as part of your Daily 5 rotations, RTI¬†interventions, small group instruction/guided reading, and even as informal assessments of fluency skills.

For those of you familiar with my Daily Fluency Activity Packs, these fluency task cards are a modified version of the resource. (Not familiar? Read more about this product series here!) The big difference is that the task cards feature one task per card, as opposed to five tasks per page. The categories are the same, but the content is new!

The Daily Fluency Task Card activities are quick, and you can customize which tasks the students complete. Differentiate your sets of tasks cards to fit your students needs!

Introducing Fluency

Before using my Daily Fluency Activity Packs or these Daily Fluency Task Cards, I would highly recommend¬†teaching a unit on fluency. For many students it may be a review, but it’s important for them to be able to identify the different parts of fluency. Consider setting up¬†a¬†Fluency Boot Camp¬†in your classroom¬†to introduce fluency and the different components. You can also download my FREE “What is Fluency?” reference sheet to support your fluency lessons.

The Daily Fluency Task Cards resource include fluency posters that can be used to review the components.¬†Display the posters¬†in your classroom or print them out for student fluency folders. You can even print four to a page (using ‚ÄúPrint Preferences‚ÄĚ) to create a one-page student reference! (Beginner & Upper levels available!)

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Integrating Fluency Task Cards

There are 116 task cards (29 different tasks) included in each resource.

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The first five tasks are dedicated to reviewing the major parts of fluency: Pace, Phrasing, Expression, and attention to Punctuation.

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The remaining 24 tasks reinforce these fluency components. The variety of tasks provides students with the opportunity to practice specific fluency skills in a fun and engaging way. Pick and choose which to include in your sets, or use them all!

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Getting Started

The prep for these task cards is simple! There are two versions of this resource Рlight gray background (as seen in preview pictures) and white background (not shown but for teachers who wish to save ink!). Both are included in the .Zip file. All you have to do is print the version of your choice and then laminate, cut, and sort. You can sort the cards by set (i.e., A, B, C, D), one task card per activity in each set. Or you can sort them by target area (i.e., Pace, Phrasing, Expression, Punctuation). You can include ALL the cards or just pick and choose the task cards you want your students to complete.

I like to use key rings to organize my different sets. I hang the task cards around my classroom for students to have easy access. Plus, it keeps the cards together!

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If you don’t wish to use key rings, you can also organize the task cards with¬†envelopes, baskets, or index card¬†organizers.

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Task Card Management

To help manage Daily Fluency Task Cards as an activity or literacy center in your classroom, encourage students to record which task cards they’ve completed. Not only does it ensure that students eventually work through all the tasks, but it also provides a level of accountability. Use the log if you’re using custom sets or having students choose the cards at random. Use the checklist if they’re working through a specific set.

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Using the Task Cards

There is a ‚ÄúDirections‚ÄĚ task card that can be included with each task card set. Directions for each activity are also listed on the task cards themselves. Be sure to read the directions and model each activity with your students so that they may complete the tasks independently.¬†You can introduce them ALL at once or introduce one a¬†day/week.

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Once your students have practiced each of the activities, they should able to work in partners or independently to complete the tasks. Task Cards are the perfect tool to add to your classroom reading “toolbox!”

What fluency resources¬†do you use? How do you¬†reinforce fluency in the classroom? Please comment & share! ūüôā

Grab This Product!

Are you interested in purchasing this resource? Check it out in my TpT store by clicking HERE or the image below!

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¬†NOTE: I will be creating additional Beginner and Upper level fluency task card¬†collections! As soon as they’re done they will be listed¬†in¬†the “Daily Fluency Task Cards” category in my TpT store.

Enter the MsJordanReads Task Card Giveaway!

A winner will be chosen September 28th (and it could be YOU!). Click HERE or the image below to enter this Rafflecopter Giveaway!

Congratulations to Heather S. — You are the winner!!

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Happy Teaching!

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A FREE Back to School Poem and a Bonus TpT Sale!

18 Aug

Two more weeks and then it’s back to school for me! (Seriously… where did the summer go?!?) I’d like to say that I was extremely productive and accomplished everything on my to-do list, but… not so much. I started to feel guilty and disappointed in myself, but then I came across¬†Jenny’s post¬†at Luckeyfrog’s Lilypad,¬†“The Summer That Should Have Been,” and it helped put things into perspective for me. I’m feeling a LITTLE less guilty about the neglected task items on my list, because looking back,¬†I’ve had a pretty awesome summer!

Just to share a few things I was lucky enough to do:

I went to Ireland with my¬†husband’s family for a week. (One word: AMAZING)

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(Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland – July 2014)

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(Lough Leane, Killarney, Ireland – July 2014)

I spent three days in Belgium with my husband where we ate lots of waffles, chocolate, and frites (and tried MANY new beers!).

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I spent time with family and friends, near and far. Threw a (successful) surprise retirement party for my father-in-law. Went to a couple of weddings, from Buffalo to Chicago, to celebrate the marriage of some of my favorite people. Snuggled with my adorable pup, Kiko. I even read seven books (YESSS!).

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For teaching-related tasks, I¬†completed¬†two online courses for continuing ed credit, published¬†two new partner poems (I now have 14 total!), and filled up a notebook with fun¬†ideas for the school year. I’m also in the process of¬†planning a new intervention block with the 2nd grade team in my building.

Productive summer? Yes. As productive as I wanted to be? No. Am I okay with it? ABSOLUTELY, yes. I feel accomplished, yet refreshed. My summer was FULL… full¬†of¬†fun, relaxation, travel, and wonderful memories (with a little work mixed in there). ūüôā

Despite all of that, I’m still struggling with the summer being almost over. It’s one thing to create lessons and resources by the pool, another to get up, get dressed, and get myself out the door each morning! I’m not looking forward to that, but I am eager to kick-off another fun school year. I have so many new ideas I want to try out, and I can’t wait to see all my students!

A *FREE* Back-to-School Poem!

As I mentioned above, I’ve been working on a few new¬†partner poems to use with my students this year! If you love partner poetry (aka, “poems for two voices”)¬†and are interested in checking them out, click¬†HERE! They’re great for fluency practice and for teaching character perspective. My students love them, and I bet yours would too! You can buy¬†a collection of just the poems (PDF eBook), or¬†I sell each poem individually with activity pages. I’m working on¬†getting them published as a REAL book (wouldn’t that be awesome?!). ūüôā

In the mean time, to celebrate¬†my growing partner poetry collection and the back-to-school season… I’m offering my newest poem for FREE on TpT (if you’re not already a member of TpT, you should join here!).¬†Grab the FREE poetry packet HERE or by clicking the images below!

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Boost Your Teaching Power with a Bonus TpT Sale!

Also,¬†did you know that¬†TpT’s¬†doing a bonus¬†one-day sale, August 20th, as a follow-up to our annual Back-to-School sale¬†that already took place? It’s an extra day to scoop up all the resources you wish you bought earlier this August! Everything in my store (including my bundles!) will be 20% off. Use promo code “BOOST” for an additional 10% off my already discounted prices. ūüôā

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Happy Teaching!

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Happy Back-to-School! 

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Back to School Giveaway & TpT Sale

3 Aug

It’s that time of year again…

The Teachers Pay Teachers “Back to School” Sale is here! On¬†August 4th & August 5th, thousands of sellers at TpT will be coming together to host an awesome two-day sale.

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Everything in my MsJordanReads store will be 20% off. Use the code BTS14 for an additional 10% my already discounted prices.

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Back to School Bundles

With just hours to spare before the sale, I (finally) completed my “Daily Phonics” Word Work BUNDLE. Bundles are a great way to collect resources at discounted prices. By purchasing my newest bundle during the sale (with the promo code), you will be saving $12. That’s like getting FOUR months of resources free from this 12-month series. (To learn more about Daily Phonics, check out my post here.)

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Not everyone includes their bundles in the site-wide sale, but I like to offer the extra discount as an incentive to stock-up during sales!

Check out some of the other bundles at MsJordanReads:

TpT Gift Certificate Giveaway

In addition to some great savings, I’m hosting my very first TpT Gift Certificate Giveaway! One winner will receive $25 to use during the Teachers Pay Teachers sale. Enter by clicking HERE or the image below. The giveaway ends 8/4/14.
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Happy Teaching & Happy Shopping! 

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NEW Daily Phonics Series + a TpT Sale!

6 May

Introducing Daily Phonics

For those of you who love my Daily Fluency series, I recently developed a Daily Phonics series for practice with identifying sounds and word patterns. This series of resources is perfect for any group of elementary students who need a little extra support with decoding and phonics. My RTI decoding and fluency students love these packets!

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Each packet contains a directions page, posters, and 40 Daily Phonics pages (20 per month). The series will soon include pages for every month of the year!

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Daily Phonics provides opportunities for students to identify:

  • short & long vowel sounds
  • beginning & end sounds
  • consonant blends
  • digraphs
  • diphthongs
  • r-controlled vowels
  • syllables

Students will also have daily practice with:

  • illustrating¬†the word
  • writing the word 3x
  • unscrambling a sentence with the word in context
  • hunting for the word in a list of similar words

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There are many ways to integrate this resource into your daily routines. If you have the printing resources, copy the packet and create folders for each student to complete at their desks or at home. (See images below!)

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You can also create reusable Daily Phonics pages¬†by laminating each page¬†or using sheet protectors. Students can write on the pages with dry-erase markers and then wipe-off when they’re done. If you use iPads in the classroom, upload this packet as a PDF and use a PDF annotating program for students to complete independently. You can also project the pages and have students complete them¬†for¬†bell work, literacy centers, or Daily Five rotations… all you need is¬†a¬†SMARTBoard or an overhead projector!¬†There are many possibilities for how to use this resource, so¬†it’s up to you¬†how you want to integrate it into your day-to-day routines.

(NOTE: For my groups who do Daily Fluency everyday, I do Daily Phonics¬†just on Mondays¬†so that they’re not spending too much time with these warm-up activities.)

Free Daily Phonics Posters

Download my FREE Daily Phonics posters here¬†or by clicking the image below. These posters are included in each packet and ¬†will help students with identifying the¬†following phonics sounds: consonant blends, digraphs, diphthongs, and r-controlled vowels. Hang the posters up in your classroom or put them in your students’ Daily Phonics folders!

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TpT Loves Teachers Sale

Everything in my store will be 20% off on May 6th & 7th. Use promo code TPTXO for an extra 10% off that already discounted prices.

ON SALE — Daily Phonics¬†20% OFF

Here are the packets that are complete and ready for purchase at a discounted price:

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May/June

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The remaining packets in the series will be coming out this spring/summer so that you can kick-start your Daily Phonics routines starting Day 1 of the new school year. Keep checking back at my store or become a subscriber to receive email alerts when new products are posted!

LAST DAY for MsJordanReads Teacher Appreciation Giveaway!

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Also, for those of you who have been busy and missed my posts last week, TODAY is the last day for my Teacher Appreciation Dansko Shoe Giveaway. If you haven’t entered this awesome giveaway yet,¬†click HERE for a link to my blog post. I’ll be choosing a winner this evening (5/6/14)!

Happy Teaching!

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Kindergarten Fluency Folders + A HUGE TpT Sale!

25 Feb

Kindergarten Fluency Folders

Hey, Kindergarten teachers… this one’s for YOU!

If you’re a follower of my blog or TpT store, you know that many of my fluency resources are geared toward elementary students grades 2-5. After a few comments and many requests, I decided I should finally create some early literacy materials for K/1!

One of my fabulous blog readers specifically requested a daily fluency product for her Kindergarteners. I agreed to help, and after some back-and-forth discussion in regard to format and what would be most helpful to include, I developed a resource with ready-to-print materials for creating your own year-long Kindergarten Fluency Folders. (Thank you, Erica!)

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This resource offers 60 lists of letters, sounds, and words to use with your students. The materials will help your students build fluency with letter identification, letter-sound relationships, sight words, short vowel word families, and some basic phrases, sentences, and passages. Graphs are included for students to track their fluency progress, as well as flash cards for students to practice each of the list items. Use the folders in the classroom or send them home each night (parent letters & directions are included).

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The focus of these folders is speed and accuracy, which obviously isn’t all that fluency is, but this product will help your students build the foundation for later fluency development. Without automatic recognition of letters, sounds, and words, students will have difficulty reading for meaning. Focusing on phrasing, expression, and punctuation is the next step after using these folders (and don’t worry… your voices have been heard! I’m working on a K/1 version of my¬†Fluency Boot Camp!).

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A thumbnail preview of all the pages is available on the product page if you’d like to check out more of what’s inside!¬†Here’s the link to my¬†Kindergarten Fluency Folder¬†product¬†on TpT!

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**NOTE: This was created with Kindergarten students in mind, but the materials would benefit struggling readers in 1st grade, too! Perfect for remedial RTI instruction!**

Download a few SAMPLE pages HERE!

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TpT’s 3 Million Teachers Strong Sale!

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It’s official!¬†Teachers Pay Teachers¬†has reached the BIG 3,000,000. To celebrate the growing number of teachers that have joined our community, we are having a huge mid-week sale on 2/27 and 2/28! Many teacher-sellers, including myself (MsJordanReads), will be offering 20% off during this sale. It’s our way of saying thank you for your continued support! Spread the word, and don’t forget to use promo code¬†TPT3 for an additional 10% off.

Happy Teaching!

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