I am THRILLED to finally be able to launch the Ready2Read program! This has taken me a long time to put together and test. It is finally here and I am EXCITED!
Head on over to the Information Page to learn more about the Ready2Read program!
*Note: As of 11/7/2012, Level 1 has been completely reworked and revised. Here is the NEW and IMPROVED version! This blogpost will be a bit different from the upgraded printables, but contains the same content. Lesson plans are included!
We started off with our color by number flashcards.
Laminated, cut out and practiced...
We made a new sight word caterpillar. I like this one better than my original, because Audrey has ownership in the what she learns. Not a Mommy made project, but an Audrey made project:)
Sight Word Caterpillar colored, laminated and learned!!
We sang our sight words to the tune of B-I-N-G-O. We used a cookie sheet and magnets on the back of the words. Audrey really enjoyed putting up the words and Sophia loved singing along!
I called these cherrio mats, but they turned into bean and cake decorating mats! This was one of Audrey's favorites and it was so much FUN!!
What a FUN way to learn sight words!! The only problem I had was trying to keep her from eating all of the cake decorations;)
We have 5 Read it, Trace it, Paste it sheets that work ONLY with the 5 new sight words and the 2 new word families learned this week.
Audrey read her -an and -at family minibooks.
Color by sight word coloring page...
Coloring her color by word family apple tree...
We starting "planting" our word family garden. I laminated some green construction paper, roughly cut it up and made "grass."
Sorting the -an and -at family apples...
Circling the correct CVC word...
Crack the sight word code page. Audrey really enjoyed this activity! At first she wasn't sure how to do it, but she caught on quickly and didn't want any help from me!
Matching the correct CVC (-at and -an family words) to the correct picture.
Working with -at and -an family word slides
CVC Boxes-build a word to match the picture...