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CCSS Phonemic Awareness & RtI Lesson Plans

I am joining up with 3 Teacher Chicks for Tackle It Tuesday!!  It's a great way to get some new common core ideas.  Don't forget to join in the fun by clicking their super cute button below after reading my post.  

Don't you just love spring?  It has finally arrived for us-yay!!  And I have a spring literacy pack to help your students make sure those phonemic awareness and phonics skills are solid before the end of the year.  It's common core Sounds Fun!


short vowels

You will find a short vowel scrambler- students build the short vowel words by unscrambling the letters. 

silent e

Then, to be sure they understand long vowels, there is a Super E Word scrambler.

beginning sounds

Next up are beginning sounds.

ending sounds sort

Sorting for ending sounds is a good way to be sure that students can hear those sounds.  I have some first graders that will be practicing this for this week as they are still having some difficulty holding on to the sounds all the way through the word.

middle sounds

And of course I included hearing middle sounds!  Several more of my students will get some practice at this.  Those middle sounds can be tricky!

syllable counting and graphing

Last is another fun one- syllable counting and graphing!  I have found that some students need to cycle back through this skill.  They get it and then if they are not using it, they lose it again.  


Click on any of the above pictures if this is something your students are 
needing!  And the centers are common core aligned.  :)



Mrs. Wills is having her weekly Peek At My Week linky!  This is such a fun way to get to see what others are up to this week.  If you would like to join in on the fun,  be sure to hop over to her blog and link up!

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24 comments:

  1. Those are some essential skills we first grade teachers would love our kids to have down pat when they show up at the beginning of the year, for sure!

    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  2. Those foundational skills centers are really great! :) Thanks so much for sharing these resources with us! ;)

    XOXO,
    Tamara

    Mrs.Russell's Room
    First Grade

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  3. Everything looks great and so much fun for kids! Great job on your visual plans, it breaks it down nicely.

    Aloha,
    Corinna
    Surfin' Through Second

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  4. I love how you have everything planned out! We are starting RTI next year and I have no idea what I am going to do! I will have to keep checking back with you!
    Amy
    3 Teacher Chicks

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  5. Love your plans. They are so pretty and those are great spring activities!

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  6. Lori,
    Your RTI visuals are fantastic!
    Great assessments for our littles!
    Have a great week,
    Julie
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

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  7. Your centers are cute! Is your RTI time different than the other groups you work with?

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  8. Thanks Tammy! It certainly does help first grade if students have that solid foundation in those skills. :)

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  9. Thanks Bridget! I appreciate you coming by!

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  10. Thanks so much, Kimberly Ann! It was fun making them.

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  11. Thank you Tamara! I'm so glad that you stopped by!

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  12. Thank you Corinna! I am enjoying doing the visual plans now. I like seeing other's too. :)

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  13. Thanks Amy! Good luck with your RtI. It can make a big difference if done correctly. Would be glad to help you in any way I can. :)

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  14. Thanks so much, Ms. Kerri! I'm so glad you stopped by. :)

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  15. Thank you, Julie! I am enjoying making the visual plans and it helps me organize what I want to accomplish each week for RtI.

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  16. Thanks Lee Ann! Yes, our RtI times are different than the other times that I meet with students. This would be in addition to their classroom reading and my Title 1 reading.

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  17. That's really nice you have that additional time. Are the RTi kiddos same/different than the Title I students? Oh, I like the letters you have for the word scramble activity. They're so bright and "Springy"!

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  18. Lee Ann, it has helped a lot to have a separate time for RtI. We decided we needed a consistent time for the building and went for it. Some students in RtI are also in Title (a lot are), but some are not. Some we can catch early and intervene and hopefully they won't be back in the cycle.

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  19. Thanks for linking up, Lori! Our days are so jam-packed, aren't they!?!? It's insane.

    Megan

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  20. Thanks for the opportunity to link up with you, Megan! You are right, our days are just jam packed!

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  21. Thanks so much for linking up with Tackle It Tuesday for Common Core! I am always so impressed with your materials!
    Amy
    3 Teacher Chicks

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  22. That is so nice of you to say, Amy! Thank you for having the fun linky!!

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