Ready to Read is a full kindergarten-grade 1 program that includes all of your subjects blended with a full phonics program that is strategically skill based rather than age. With the unique design of this program, you can place your child exactly where they need the help in their journey to reading fluency, regardless of their age!
With short, daily lessons in the Teacher's Guide and daily worksheets in the student book, this 9 week bundle is 1 of 4 to come in our full year Ready to Read program! The rest of the series is anticipated to be launched from now until early 2021.
What's included in this purchase?
This purchase will provide you with:
- Ready to Read Student Books 1-4
- Teacher's Guides 1-4
The books come in digital, PDF format and will be emailed to you immediately upon purchase (or are available in your account under "My Orders").
Don't miss the Expansion Pack with posters, calendar, stickers, Spooner bucks play money in cardstock form, and more manipulatives to add to your year!
Number of weeks included in each book: 9 weeks (36 weeks total with all 4 books)
Number of pages: Over 220 for student book & around 75 for teacher's guide.
Books 1 and 2:
Students are focusing on three-letter words and more simple letter blends to make reading more fluent and focusing on speed and mastery. These are called CVC words (consonant, vowel, consonant) and would be appropriate for around kindergarten to Grade 1, depending on the child and their development. Book 2 will begin to bridge into the next level or reading.
Students are focusing on four-letter words and beginning to focus on changing sounds of letters as well as exceptions. These are called CVCV words (consonant, vowel, consonant, vowel, such as bake) and would be appropriate for around kindergarten to Grade 1, depending on the child's development and the goals of the family.
Students are focusing on four-letter words, compound words, and how vowels can combine to make diagraphs (new sounds). These are called CVVC words (consonant, vowel, vowel, consonant, such as bear) and would be appropriate for around kindergarten to Grade 1, depending on the child's development and the goals of the family.How to place my kids:
- If you point to any letter of the alphabet in any order, can your child name the letter without hesitation?
- If you repeat the same exercise, can they say the primary sound of each letter (at least 80% of the time without hesitation)?
- If you point to any number from 1-10 can your child name it and do they know what that represents?
- Can your child count from 1-20?
YES! If you answered yes to all of the questions above, then your child is ready for Burrows and Holes!
NO: If you answered no to some of these, you'll want to start somewhere in our Letters and Numbers series.
This sounds too easy: IF your child is already reading three letter words, we recommend waiting and starting with book 2 or 3 of Ready to Read, which will be more advanced reading and help transition from early reading to grade 1 level reading so they are ready for early reader in our full units.
These digital files are for one single-family license only. Group orders must be requested through the Gather 'Round Group Department HERE.
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