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by Pamela Chanko

Download 25 Fun Phonics Plays for Beginning Readers: Engaging, Reproducible Plays That Target and Teach Key Phonics Skills—and Get Kids Eager to Read! eBook
ISBN:
0545103398
Author:
Pamela Chanko
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching (October 1, 2009)
Pages:
64 pages
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1108 kb
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1396 kb
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1375 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
624


Folk & Fairy Tale Plays for Beginning Readers: 14 Reader Theater Plays That Build . My students love this book of plays.

My students love this book of plays. I involved the entire class in this classroom production. Short scripts that are very easy to learn, good for getting struggling readers involved. These plays are so fun. My boys and I each pick a character or two to play, sometimes we use puppets, and I plan on using dress up at times, too. Since the reading is a little advanced for my young boys, we work on their parts through out the week before moving on to another play.

These reproducible, read-aloud plays combine fun with phonics and fluency practice for the perfect formula to help build .

These reproducible, read-aloud plays combine fun with phonics and fluency practice for the perfect formula to help build reading confidence. Designed to reinforce key phonics skills-including short vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, silent e, and consonant blends and digraphs-the plays offer engaging plots that invite repeated readings and give children practice in These reproducible, read-aloud plays combine fun with phonics and fluency practice for the perfect formula to help build reading confidence.

These are great short plays for beginning readers. My second graders really love them. The concept of this book is there are 25 plays that use beginning phonics. The plays should be read aloud by children (along with parents or teachers). The plays can have as few as 2 and as many as 5 characters. They are broken down by phonics sound utilized (short vowels, long vowels, other vowels "oo, ou, bossy r, silent e", consonant digraphs, consonant blends). They are short and sort of funny. A great way to coax somewhat shy kids into reading aloud, creating a cooperative atmosphere, and practicing reading in a unique way.

book by Pamela Chanko. 25 Fun Phonics Plays for Beginning Readers : Engaging, Reproducible Plays That Target and Teach Key Phonics Skills - And Get Kids Eager to Read! by Pamela Chanko. Designed to reinforce key phonics skills-including short vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, silent e, and consonant blends and digraphs-the plays offer engaging plots that invite repeated readings and give children practice in decoding words and reading with speed, automaticity, and expression. They also boost comprehension, vocabulary, and listening skills. Great for Reader's Theater! For use with Grades K-2. Specifications. Designed to reinforce key phonics skills—including short vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, silent e, and consonant blends and digraphs—the plays offer engaging plots that invite repeated readings and give children practice in decoding words and reading with speed, automaticity, and expression. Great for Reader’s Theater! For use with Grades K–2. show more.

25 Fun Phonics Plays/25 Kindergarten-2 Graid These reproducible read-aloud plays combine fun with phonics and fluency practice for the perfect formula to help build reading confidence.

25 Fun Phonics Plays for Beginning Readers

25 Fun Phonics Plays for Beginning Readers. Engaging, Reproducible Plays That Target and Teach Key Phonics Skills-and Get Kids Eager to Read! By Pamela Chanko. Designed to reinforce key phonics skills - including short vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, silent e, and consonant blends and digraphs - the plays offer engaging plots that invite repeated readings and give children practice in decoding words and reading with speed, automaticity and expression.

Автор: Chanko Pamela Название: 25 Fun Phonics Plays for Beginning Readers: Engaging, Reproducible Plays That . Rookie Toddler books offer fun ways to engage with little ones during story time and play time.

Rookie Toddler books offer fun ways to engage with little ones during story time and play time. Engaging photographs and illustrations will delight your toddler while encouraging a love of reading.

These reproducible, read-aloud plays combine fun with phonics and fluency practice for the perfect formula to help build reading confidence. Designed to reinforce key phonics skills—including short vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, silent e, and consonant blends and digraphs—the plays offer engaging plots that invite repeated readings and give children practice in decoding words and reading with speed, automaticity, and expression. They also boost comprehension, vocabulary, and listening skills. Great for Reader’s Theater! For use with Grades K–2.
  • Landamath
The concept of this book is there are 25 plays that use beginning phonics. The plays should be read aloud by children (along with parents or teachers). The plays can have as few as 2 and as many as 5 characters. They are broken down by phonics sound utilized (short vowels, long vowels, other vowels "oo, ou, bossy r, silent e", consonant digraphs, consonant blends). They are short and sort of funny. A great way to coax somewhat shy kids into reading aloud, creating a cooperative atmosphere, and practicing reading in a unique way. We home school 3 children close in age, so these are great for a fun practice in reading. I can see it being a bit for a challenge for teachers with larger classrooms as there is only one or two plays per vowel sound being practiced. So, for a larger class students either have to read the same play, or read only a couple plays per semester. Of course, if you utilize reading groups with five or less children, this won't be a problem.
Overall a good concept we have enjoyed so far. I do see the novelty wearing off once students are better readers. Having a bit "to do" with having them make costumes and truly "get into character" may keep the flame burning.
  • Sat
Perfect for Early Proficiency ESOL Students!!!!!
  • Anaginn
My students love this book of plays. I involved the entire class in this classroom production. Short scripts that are very easy to learn, good for getting struggling readers involved.
  • Mohn
Great classroom material. I use reader's theater in my classroom and this is great for early readers. The length is perfect for younger readers and they are clearly laid out and easy to use. A good resource to use with a classroom volunteer.
  • Usanner
I use these all the time with my 2nd grades. Very easy to differentiate between what kids need to improve. They like them because they are fun and interesting. I like them because they hone in on specific skills and are great practice.
  • Ddilonyne
I put on a series of these plays with my students and they had TONS of fun! The plays are short so the kids can memorize their lines fairly easily. Also, there's a wide variety of subjects, all of which are super cute. I would definitely suggest this for any primary teacher!
  • Westened
Great resource for teaching my students how to sound out words!!
love it