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Hartville Elementary Title I Reading
Welcome to Title I Reading! The Title I program offers help to children who need academic assistance to meet success at their grade level.
As we work together as a team to support your child's learning, here are some tips that you might use at home.
* Read with your child everyday.
* Be sure he or she gets to hear good expression and fluent
*Before reading, talk about the pictures, bold-faced, and big
*Let your child pick their own reading material. It should be
interest driven and fun!
*Encourage your child to read. Let him or her know that you are
proud of their progress and keep provding motivation.
*Ask questions about the reading selection.
Along with the educational websites listed on the right hand side here are some Apps that will support reading skills:
Lakeshore Letter of the Day
Lakeshore Tic Tac Toe
Lakesore Sound Sorting
Phonics Made Easy
With the cold winter months upon us, it is a great time to sit at home and snuggle up with a good book. Spend 10-20 miniutes a day reading with your child to boost their confidence in becoming successful readers. Here are some tips when reading with your child:
*Read books they are interested in.
*Be sure to find easy reads so they do not become discouraged.
*Read to them, have them read to you, or read together.
*Ask questions as you read to review comprehension.
* Talk about the pictures before you read.
*Be sure to model reading with good expression and fluency.
*Encourage your child and provide motivation for reading.
We are well into the school year and working hard every day! Here is what is happening in the month of October:
Kindergarten-Kindrgarten is working hard every day to learn the letters and sounds of T, M, A, and S. Kindergarten is also working on writing these letters that are being taught.Another skill being taught is one to one matching on simple text. Grade K is continuing to work on sight words every day!
First Grade- 1st grade has been working on various themes throughout October. We have focused our reading on Spiders, Bats, Pumpkins, Leaves etc. to go along with the season of fall. We have been practicing reading and writing sight words everyday!
Second Grade- 2nd grade has been working on locating and writing parts of speech: identifying nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Second grade is also working on reading and writing words with long vowel sounds. Other areas of learning include using context clues and continued practice on reading strategies.
Third Grade- 3rd grade has been focusing on context clues and finding important information during and after reading. We are also working on making predictions before and during reading, comparing and contrasting information into a Venn Diagram, and descriptive writing.
Try These "Spooktacular" Books:
- Trick or Treat, Smell My Feet: Diane de Groat
- Five Little Pumkins: Dan Yaccarino
- There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat: Lucielle Calandro
- The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything:Linda Williams
- Ten Little Mummies: Philip Tates
- Jeepers Creepers: Laura Leuck
- Happy Halloween Stinky Face: Lisa McCourt
- The Hallow-Weiner: Dav Pilky
- Room on the Broom: Julia Donaldson
We are so excited to have you back in school and ready to learn. On this blog you will find information that is going on in Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Rogers, and Mrs. Mansfields Tile I Reading classrooms.
You will also be able to access websites for continued practice in reading areas. You can find those under links. You can find those on the right hand side of the screen.
We are very excited to get started with you all and cannot wait to start learning! Please remember to continue checking back for new updates!
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