Hands-On Word Family Activities for Young Readers is a handy resource that offers you easy-to-use material for guiding children (K-3) in real reading experiences by teaching them word families. While using this book, you will be able to give your students the opportunity to learn and practice the essential phonological skills of onset and rhyme as they read an enticing story or poem. This book offers you a wide variety of engaging methods for teaching word families including art projects, poems, big books, and little take-home books. As you progress through the book's lessons, your students will learn to write the word families fluently and to manipulate magnetic letters and words. In addition, Hands-On Word Family Activities for Young Readers contains easy-to-follow lessons for each word family, helps to build self-esteem, and increases independence as students gain confidence while learning to master the contents.
|Series:||J-B Ed: Hands On Series , #17|
|Product dimensions:||8.48(w) x 11.06(h) x 1.48(d)|
About the Author
Roberta Seckler Brown and Susan Carey are certified Reading Recovery teachers who are currently teaching a collaborative first grade class for the Ossining Public School District in Ossining, New York. They are the coauthors of Hands-On Alphabet Activities for Young Children.