Some children may not be ready for Silent E study at this point in the year. Offer your child extra support by focusing on consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words.
For students who aren't yet ready to study Silent E, differentiate with a consonant-vowel-consonant lesson. Use alphabet magnets to compose CVC words, changing the first, middle, and last letters to create new blends.
Create an anchor chart with your child to show that teen numbers are groups of tens and some ones. For example, 10+1=11, 10+2=12, 10+3=13. Color code the tens and ones places for added visual emphasis.
Create an anchor chart to show that teen numbers are groups of tens and some ones. For example, 10+1=11, 10+2=12, 10+3=13. Color code the tens and ones places for added visual emphasis.
Have fun with riddles! Invite your child to select an animal, then fill in the following prompts: "I live ... I eat ... I have ..." Can friends and family guess the answer based on these clues?
Have fun with animal riddles! Invite your students to select an animal, then provide the following sentence frames: "I live ... I eat ... I have ... I am ..." Can their classmates guess the animal based on these clues?
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