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Need a fun way to practice words?? I've been using the digital magnetic letters to have children work with words from the Superkids blending chart. They choose a word, spell it with the magnets on the iPad, then record it. The lite version of the app is free; you can view it here. Thanks for checking in and have a great day!

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We are using the Superkids Reading Series by Rowland Reading for the first time this year. I organized my focus wall today. I have a...

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The Superkids Reading Program is a comprehensive K–2 English language arts curriculum featuring the engaging Superkids characters. Learn more today!

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Winter Themed Literacy Centers that work perfectly with the skill taught in Unit 1 of More Adventures of the Superkids. This is a great way to add a bit of fun to your daily centers!

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Hi! This is our first year using the Superkids reading program by Rowland Reading. I love it! I really feel like I am teaching my kiddos the skills they need to become successful readers. I thought I'd share just a couple of things I've done to accompany the program. Let me say, this program is very structured and there is not much wiggle room! But I do still like to use literacy centers and have adapted activities to correlate with Superkids. For example, we've been working with Alf, and…

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Description Help your emergent readers develop good fluency! Students can use these warm-up cards at teacher table to get ready for Guided Reading. Have students find certain words or read to one another. Students can time themselves and set goals for improving. Use certain cards to pre-teach word patterns that will appear in the story that day. There are 19 fluency cards included: -Letter Names and Sounds (in random order) -Uppercase Letter Names and Sounds (in random order) -Lowercase…

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It is hard to believe but the end is drawing near! A week and a half left! This being said, each year at the end of the year I like to take some time to reflect with the kiddos on all we have learned. One of the tools I utilize to do this is the "My Spelling Reference Book" I have created to review all of the key word study patterns in English we have covered throughout the year. Each day for the last couple weeks of school we review a key concept and complete a page of our reference book. I…

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We are using the Superkids Reading Series by Rowland Reading for the first time this year. I organized my focus wall today. I have all of the consonants to the right of my smart board. On the left, I have the vowels, the Superkids poster, and the "Superkid of the Week." Our first unit will focus on Cass and the /c/ sound. I am still going to have my word wall, but moved it to a different spot in my room. The letters that came with the series are quite large and I don't have enough space to…

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We had another class Monday night with our new dual/ELL staff members, and this time we focused on differentiation and what that may look l...

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