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  • Patti's K-1 Web Links
    who awakens before his parents and watches the city of Jerusalem wake up is written by Sharon Katz and presented online by Concertina Publishers Willie Worm Creative poem by Bob Grandpa Tucker If you like this one link to some others from this site Why Didn t You Say So Cute animated story many primary students will relate to Welcome to Pooh Corner Find a compendium of material featuring Winnie the Pooh and his forest friends Return to top Resources for Teachers and Parents America s Reading Challenge The America Reads Challenge calls on all Americans to support teachers and help ensure that every American child can read well and independently by the end of 3rd grade The Building Blocks to Reading Program A description of the program from the Learning Train with some educational activities including directions on making a book Caldecott Awards Books Provides historical background on the awards and information on the award winning books Encouraging Young Children s Writing An article from the ERIC Digest Clearinghouse on Reading English and Communications Dedicated to providing educational materials services and coursework to everyone interested in the language arts Examples of Reading and Tutoring Programs Read about different schools and their parent involvement programs and how they have made a difference Helping Your Child Learn to Read An article with activities for children from infancy through age 10 provided by the U S Dept of Education KinderGarden Children and Horticulture This site is dedicated to gardening as a learning experience and as a hobby to help children cope with stress Find ideas for starting a garden activities electronic field trips and more Left Right Up Down Scroll down the page to find this lesson on spacial and direction skills with familiar surroundings the children s own home Let s

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  • Patti's K-1 Photo Album
    class story about The Little House Molly and Mother Parent support is most important in determining the student s early reading success Reader s Theater First grade students practice reading their parts before they perform with expression To Send Photos If you would like me to include photos of your students doing TEAMS activities such as completing a collaborative TEAMS assignment send photos or digital camera images to Los Angeles

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  • Patti's K-1 Behind the Scenes
    me and we learned all about Tigers Awesome Tiger Paws Cameraman at work One of the tiger sisters at the Los Angeles Zoo Mark and Alex learn tiger facts Miss Fellows 1st grade class and their families have a hot dog party while they watch themselves on T V My pals Allie Frankie Caitlin Alex and Mark from Miss Fellows class went to the Los Angeles Zoo to help us

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  • Patti's Assessment Tools
    and standards What are Developmental Scales Reading Scale 1 K 3 Becoming a Reader English ESCALA de LECTURA 1 Escalas de lectura de K a 3 Lector en cierne Writing Scale 1 K 3 Becoming a Writer English Levels of Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Assessment Tools It is important to assess the phonemic awareness development of kindergartners and first graders Here are some tools to use Phonics Inventory A tool

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  • Patti's Reading Resources
    The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards works to strengthen the teaching profession and to improve student learning in America s schools Phonemic Awareness An Important Early Step in Learning to Read Phonemic Awareness What Does It Mean Sound Partners Phonics Based Reading Instruction Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children A report by the National Research Council NRC Read Aloud Protocols This guide to lesson planning will help you plan your lessons for the Read Aloud Protocols A Chair for My Mother is the lesson featured here Reading with Children The program outline in PDF for Reading with Children Part 2 Student Program A 2 You will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader to access this document Reading and Language Arts Resources on the Web This collection of links compiled by George Suttle includes ideas to help motivate students to read research journals and articles lesson plans and teaching strategies information on reading disabilities and ideas for student writing Reading Scale 1 K 3 Becoming a Reader The Center for Language and Learning provides a helpful rubric in assessing student reading achievement SCORE California Language Arts CyberGuides for teachers and students with Internet units activities and projects Spelling Development

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  • Reading 2-3 Kit Information
    the programs but it is possible for teachers and students to fully participate in the programs without having direct access to each book Print will be clearly displayed on the screen during each program These books are easily purchased through a variety of local vendors Angel Child Dragon Child by Michelle Surat ISBN 0 590 42271 5 Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw ISBN 0 395 47030 7 Charlie

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  • Patti's Activities
    different places e g ten net so children are reminded that when spelling words the order of the letter is crucial d a proper name or two to remind them where we use capital letters e words that most of the students have in their listening vocabularies Write all the words on index cards and order them from shortest to longest Place your set of large letter cards in a pocket chart Make sure every child has a set of cardboard letters Hold up and name the letters on the large letter cards and have the children hold up their matching small letter cards Write the numeral 2 or 3 if there are no two letter words in your lesson on the board Tell them to take two letters and make the first word Use the word in a sentence after you say it Have a child who has the first word made correctly make the same word with the large letter cards in the pocket chart Encourage anyone who did not make the word correctly at first to fix the word when they see it made correctly Continue having them make words erasing and changing the number on the board to indicate the number of letters needed Use the words in simple sentences to make sure the children understand their meanings Remember to cue them as to whether they are just changing one letter changing letters around or taking all their letters out to make a word from scratch Cue them when the word you want them to make is a proper name and send a child who has started that name with a capital letter to make the word with the big letters Before telling them the last word ask Has anyone figured out what word we can

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  • Patti's Activities
    The process performs three services One it activates previous knowledge Two it provides a purpose for writing Three it provides a summary of what has been learned Materials Needed Prepare a K W L Chart in front of room Student handout Procedure Introduce informational writing Talk about the process of writing an informational report chosing a topic of interest gathering information and writing a report Discuss different methods that can be used to gather information and facts about their topics such as books films fieldtrips etc Model the process using a topic that will be of interest to your students Contribute an example to demonstrate the use of the What I Know section of the KWL chart Brainstorms with the class what they know about the subject and fill in the What I Know section of the KWL chart Model making a contribution to the What I Want to Know section of the KWL chart Have students tell a partner one thing they want to know about the subject Record several student responses Read and shows photos from multiple texts about the subject and make a contribution to the What I Learned section of the KWL chart As the students

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