Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Power Readers

"How do you inspire your students to become Power Readers?"   "You use our PowerPoints in combination with our little readers!"
Here are some pictures of our students having a little sight word fun in our classroom.
As a large group the students are recalling things read about in the book and recording them on the white board.

As an extended activity, the students colored each sight words a different color. 

For added fun, I had the students put their hands on their heads and when I would say a sight word he/she would quickly point to the word in the book.


The "Power Readers" products includes:


PowerPoint Reader to project on your white board

Samples of PowerPoint Reader

Recall & Retell Page

Variety of comprehension & Phonological Awareness Questions

Black line emergent reader to read individually and take home
Our PowerPoint readers include a variety of sight words, color words, & number words.  The students need many opportunities to practice reading high frequency words in context.

After the students have had time to view/read the book in whole group and small group instruction time, you can send the emergent reader home for further reinforcement.  Students are so proud of their new reading skills and will enjoy reading it to their families.

If you are interested in this product you can pick it up in our TpT STORE.  Our units will be in TeachersNotebook soon!

If you're interested in purchasing both packs, you can get the BUNDLE PACKs at a discounted rate in our TpT Store!


Want to see what our Power Readers are all about!?!  We are giving one away for FREE in our TPT shop until Sunday.  
Enjoy by clicking {RIGHT HERE}


We love using this product during our whole and small group instruction time, and we hope you will too!


Amber & LuAnn



2 comments:

ronnie said...

Thanks. Going to check it out now. vhair61215@gmail.com

Rae said...

Awesome product! Quick question - who do you credit for the rainbow polka dots paper (the one with the white background)? I have the same papers, but can't figure out who to credit it to! Any ideas?

Rae
Mindful Rambles

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