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3 Simple booklets to practice Concepts of Print. Themes: Christmas, Winter Clothes, and Arctic Animals; Color versions included
Simply Print, Cut and GO! These booklets will help your students master word tracking; practice sight words, engage in successful reading, and learn vocabulary
Each booklet is a simple repeated pattern. with pictures to help students read and remember the words. Each page has one sentence and a picture to help them read and remember the words. The picture is a black line so they can color it.. Each word of the sentence has a dot to reinforce word tracking skills. Students will touch the dot as they echo read the book with you or when they are reading independently.
Each book can also be used to teach the vocabulary associated with the topic.
This set contains 3 booklets with a winter theme. It includes a color version of each booklet that you can use to model for the students. Christmas Time; Christmas items; sight words: I, see Arctic Animals; animals; sight words: here, is Winter Things; winter clothing items; sight words: I, have
**The booklets are easy to assemble** Print & Copy Stack in any order Staple & Cut
You can use the booklets to find capitals and periods or to practice the sight words used once the students have mastered word tracking. They are great for differentiation, center work, or to put in student's book boxes for independent reading.
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Teaching Under the Sun
Hi, my name is Candice Krogh. I received my Bachelors of Science in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University in 1995. Since then I have taught Pre-K, ESE Pre-K, First and Kindergarten. I currently teach in South Florida. I have seen many changes over the years. I started making products to keep the fun in Kindergarten and to fill a need when I saw one. I hope you see something you can use. Enjoy!