EARLY CHILDHOOD & READING eBook Available Cut & Paste Sight Word Sentences Over 100 Sight Words Featured • Gr. K-1 Use the more than 100 sight words featured in this book to help students with crucial early literacy skills, including reinforcing sight word recognition, sentence structure, vocabulary development, and higher level comprehension skills. The unique, hands-on approach of the activity pages gives students the opportunity to master over 100 sight words. Students tackle each scrambled sight word sentence word by word, put the words in the correct order, and then practice reading the words within the context of the sentence. Students complete the illustration to help demonstrate their comprehension of the sentence. Designed for small-group instruction. CTP 7180..........................64 pg./$9.99 Sight Word Phrases Practice Pages for Increasing Reading Fluency and Comprehension • Gr. K-1 Over 50 of the most common sight words are featured in common phrases children use. The variety of fun activity page formats provide students the repeated practice needed to master sight words, promote vocabulary development, improve fluency and comprehension, and aid retention. CTP 7181.....................112 pg./$12.99 Best Seller! Cut & Paste Word Family Sentences Over 37 Essential Phonograms Featured! • Gr. K-1 This resource book provides students with multiple hands-on opportunities to develop an understanding of over 37 essential phonograms while building literacy skills. Knowledge of these phonograms enables students to read and spell more than 500 words. Students can then draw on their instant recognition of these phonograms to help them read more complex words quickly. The simple directions tell how to use the word family words on each page to teach an entire lesson. The sentences included are comprised of words that students will frequently encounter in their reading and find useful in their writing. Designed for small-group instruction. CTP 2217......................96 pg./$9.99 Cut & Paste Vocabulary Sentences Teach Key Vocabulary Sentences Across the Curriculum! • Gr. K-1 Designed specifically for small-group instruction, this resource provides students with multiple hands-on opportunities to develop an array of essential literacy concepts—from concepts about print to reading and understanding vocabulary words and developing higher level comprehension skills. Simple, step-by-step directions tell how to use the vocabulary words on each page to teach an entire lesson. Use the more than 77 vocabulary words featured in this book to help students with crucial early literacy skills: sight word recognition, vocabulary development, sentence structure, and comprehension. CTP 2216.........................144 pg./$9.99 Best Seller! Best Seller! Who lives in this home? home?thisinlives*Who Creative Teaching Press® Your Partner in the Classroom® Since 1965 5 easy steps: www.creativeteaching.comDiscover how short and simple vocabulary sentences can yield BIG results for your beginning readers! Designed specifically for small-group instruction, Cut & Paste Vocabulary Sentences takes an active learning approach, providing students with multiple hands-on opportunities to develop an array of essential literacy concepts— from concepts about print to reading and understanding vocabulary words and developing higher level comprehension skills. Step-by-step directions tell how to use the vocabulary words on each page to teach an entire lesson. Students tackle each scrambled vocabulary sentence word by word, put the words in the correct order, and then practice reading the words within the context of the sentence. The partially completed illustration on each sentence page gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their comprehension through discussion and creative expression. The vocabulary included in Cut & Paste Vocabulary Sentences is composed of words that students will likely encounter in their reading and find useful in their writing. Use the more than 77 vocabulary words featured in this book to help students with the following crucial early literacy skills: • Sight word recognition• Vocabulary development• Sentence structure• Comprehension To see how this book correlates to State and Common Core Standards, scan this QR code with your smartphone. l Practice and reinforce over 100 sight wordsl Simple lesson format to maximize learning of early literacy skillsTEACH KEY VOCABULARY ACROSS THE CURRICULUMSENTENCES VOCABULARY& CUTPASTE Creative Teaching Press Cut & Paste Vocabulary Sentences • K–1 CTP 2216 CTP 2216Creative Teaching Press® K–1ISBN: 978-1-63445-728-6978163445728690000 We can play there. pl 5 easy steps: www.creativeteaching.comDesigned Family with multiple essential read and spell recognition of and with brains to each page to sentence reading the illustration demonstrate their composed of find useful book to see how this book correlates to State and Common Core Standards, scan this QR code with your smartphone. l Practice and reinforce over 37 essential phonogramsl Simple lesson format to maximize learning of early literacy skillsOVER 37 ESSENTIAL PHONOGRAMS FEATURED!SENTENCES WORD FAMILY& CUTPASTE Creative Teaching Press Cut & Paste Word Family Sentences • K–1 CTP 2217 K–1 CTP 2217Creative Teaching Press® 4here. *We ide1. Reading the WordsWorking with a small group, give each student a sentence page. Have students point to the words (moving from left to right) as you read each one. When you come to the phonogram, just say it without its beginning sound. For example, , just say ide. NOTE: You will complete the phonogram word in steps 4–5. Repeat this procedure several times, asking students to join in until they “get” the words and can read them automatically. Then ask each student to point to and read every word independently. 2. Identifying the First and Last Words in the SentencesHelp students identify the first word of the sentence—the word with the capital letter and marked with an asterisk. As the children progress, they will learn that the first word of a sentence always starts with a capital letter. Help students find the last word in the sentence—the word with the punctuation (. ? !). 3. Reading the Words in Correct SequenceHelp students practice reading and pointing to the words in the correct sentence sequence. Repeat this several times with all students reading together. Then ask students, one at a time, to point to and read the words in the correct sentence order. Sentence activity pages do not have to be used in any particular order. If you want to focus on a specific phonogram, refer to the Table of Contents on page 2. Then follow the directed lesson format steps below. Using the Cut & Paste Word Family Sentences efghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghGHGH 25Cut & Paste Vocabulary Sentences • Gr. K–1 © 2016 Creative Teaching PressColors & Shapesyour*Wherepets?areyellow
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