Monday, May 30, 2016

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Shared Reading

Shared reading is a great way to develop young readers! In less then 15 minutes a day, students learn phonics, phonemic awareness, literacy concepts (such as; we read left to right, we leave spaces between words, punctuation, capital letters, etc.), vocabulary, and more. This packet provides teachers with words for pocket charts to make text large for the whole class to see, along with extension activities for literacy and math. Take a look below and pick it up for your classroom here.

Twinkle Twinkle Shared Reading

Shared reading all on one page. Simple, but cute, engaging and keeps the focus on the text. Laminate a copy for literacy centers.

Pocket Chart Words
These are printed with borders, to help students develop the concept of a word and see the space between the words. Print, cut around the words (laminate for multiple years of use), then slip into a pocket chart for easy prep. 

Suggested Schedule

Save planning time with a suggested schedule. Includes tips for keeping shared reading fun and engaging as well as a suggested schedule for integrating the extension activities.



Students practice recognizing and finding the letter W.


Large or small group vocabulary building activity.

Math Extension

There's never enough time in the day for everything! Integrate a short math review into your shared reading time. 

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