Imagine a City by Elise Hurst Whimsical artwork accompanies prompts to imagine a more unique world — one with flying fish buses and teatime with gargoyles.
I want to thank people for their concern about the page. So glad that many of you continue to use the page to help students in their journey to learn how to read. I just paid for another year on Homestead. The site continues to be used by many of you.
This could be the last year that I am able to afford the site. The other factor is how long I will be around to continue paying for the site.
When I go, there is nobody else. Just a fact of life. In the meantime, I hope the site is a help to all of you who use it. Have a great summer! Wishing all of you around the world the best experience in working with children and adults in the reading process. I am happy that Cando's Helper Page is helping many of you with this experience.
I also added some new activities to the Short Vowel Page.
Hope you are all doing well. It's surely the only thing that I will ever have 2 million of. So glad that the page is being used by so many.
I just added some more activities to the R-Controlled Vowel page. I think they are generic enough to be used by others as well. Check it out and see if you could use them. Here is the link address: A couple of users have written that they cannot find the Fry words vocabulary page. I haven't moved or done anything to the page.
I suggest that you log on to this page and click on the link from here. Once on the page, bookmark it for yourself. Hope you are successful. Haven't done much on the pages lately.
Busy with a number of other little projects.
I continue to enjoy reading all of the comments on the guest book page. March is coming in like a lion here in Maine. Just added "Calendar Girl" by Neil Sedaka. That's a fun little song to work with.The California Distance Learning Project provides teacher resources and student activities for adult education in California.
Reading/Writing Skill-Builders Printable Book These prompts and activities will enhance your students' reading and writing skills. Included are worksheets that practice understanding of idioms, reading comprehension, word puzzles, and more. Doing activities with your children allows you to promote their reading and writing skills while having fun at the same time.
These activities for pre-readers, beginning readers, and older readers includes what you need and what to do for each one. Plants: Reading & Writing Activities.
May 10, By thisreadingmama Leave a Comment. 10 May. ALuv just finished a unit on plants. He was very interested in this unit, which made it fun to teach! I wanted to post about some of our reading and writing activities.
PARTS OF A PLANT.
Trees. BOOK IT! is a free program designed to encourage students in grades K-6 to read more by earning a Reading Award Certificate for a free, one-topping Personal Pan Pizza® from Pizza Hut.
Critical Reading and Writing Critical Reading and Writing The handouts and worksheets listed and linked to here are intended to help students learn to read critically and thoughtfully.