Reading Academy 3MRA Analysis Summary
Michael MStrausser Elementary
Overall, Michaels accuracy improved slightly during the Reading Academy. On the 3rd
reading, he performed significantly lower than the other readings. This deviation can be
explained by t
Word Family Go Fish
1. Deal five cards to each player and put the remaining deck in the middle to draw from. Players
can put down any matching pairs in their dealt hands and draw cards to replace them before
2. The first player ask
Recources to find the level of a passage or book:
To generate the Flesch-Kincaid Grade level of a passage:
1. type 100 words of what the student read into a Word document
2. select Spell Check
3. select the "Options" button
4. under "Grammar", select "Sho
A) Choose one of the two prompts to complete:
I like to live in America because or I do not like to live in America because.
B) Give at least 4 reasons to support this opinion.
Informal Phonics Survey (page 3 of 5)
Informal Phonics Survey
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Consonant Blends in Short-VOWeI Words
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Target: Use this game to make
flashcards more fun! Use in
combination with Reading Fluency
Flashcards from ReadingResource.net.
Materials: Print pirate ships for each
student. Print one copy of the pirate sheet and two of the treasure sheet.
Hamsher Onsets & Rhymes Rhyming - PhonoAwrnss Station 6
Onsets & Rimes: Oral Rhyming
Riddle - Riddle Rhyme Time
1. It starts like clean
and rhymes with way.
2. It starts like spoon
and rhymes with tell.
3. It starts like cry
16. It starts like tree
Informal Phonics Survey
Student Testing Sheet
Going to the Movies.
Print and laminate one copy of this packet.
Optional: Gather plastic or cardboard popcorn
containers (available at Target for $1).
Place the sentence strips face down in a center pile. Each student pulls
FORM 5.7. Test of Phonemic Awareness.
words. Use additional examples it necessary. When
ck only for practice
nue with test items.
For each subtest, give teedba
feedback and conti
the idea is clear, discontinue
Words in a
Created by: Jenna Rayburn (email@example.com)
Print: One copy of each plaint blob
Print: As many game boards as needed (p.2)
Gather pennies or bingo chips
Game Directions: Give each student a palate game board and 11
SBRR Spelling Activities
Spelling Detective (times & amounts have been adjusted for 544/252 stations)
Decide who will be the teacher and who will be the students. The teacher writes 5
spelling words at a time on the dry erase board and lets th
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Explore words with long and short vowels featuring the CVCe
Players are given one card with the word long and another with the
word short written on it. The stack of word cards is placed face
down. The teacher or a student pi
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Turkey Feather i
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This is a game in which two players compare visual
patterns across a single long vowel.
Two paper / car
Hamsher Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Substitution - ACTIVITY 4
For higher level students, mix up the place of where the substitution occurred.
Strengths & Weaknesses:
S W beginning sounds
S W ending sounds
S W medial sounds
S W indiv. cons. sounds
S W short vowels
S W long vowels
S W blends
S W cons. digraphs
W many onsets/rimes
S W other:
This students level is
Kindergarten: 4-12 correct
Hamsher Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Categorization PA Activity 3
Simon Says (variation)
1) Simon says,
all start with the /p/ sound.
4) Simon says,
all start with the /j/ sound.
7) Simon says,
all start with the /w/
Rajasthan Good Shepherd Schools
PHONEMIC AWARENESS ACTIVITIES
Recommendation: Do orally until near mastery, then work with letters.
Recognize individual sounds in words, either the first, middle or
Spelling Station _3_
Directions: Draw 1 word family form the pile. Make as many words as you can for that family
in 2 minutes (using the egg timer). Repeat this procedure. For younger students, encourage them
beat a personal best. For older
1. Each player is dealt ten cards (two players); seven cards (three
to four players); or six cards (five to six players).
2. Players check their hands for already existing pairs. Once a
pair is discovered the player must give th