Please visit your ELA teacher's webpage for flexible learning activities for reading comprehension and writing. 

Additional practice for: 

1.  Sight Words:

Click on the link and find the lists you are working on (refer to an email sent if you work on sight words).  Practice reading the words to an adult at home.  Make flash cards with the words or create a game of your own!

Fry Sight Word Lists (1-10)   

2.  Fundations 2 Practice (Grades 2 and 3):

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 5

Unit 6

Unit 7

Unit 8

Unit 9

Unit 10

 

3.  Just Words Review (Grades 4 and 5):

Feel free to practice anything in Units 1 - 6

Just Words Student Challenge Book

 

4.  RAZ Kids (Use this Link and your regular Log-In)

 

5.  Read Naturally Passages by Grade Level (oral reading fluency, reading comprehension, and writing practice)

Options:  Print out one story at a time or compete on paper/notebook.

-Conduct a "cold time".  A "cold time" is a timed first read of a passage.  Have a grown up help with unknown words.   Record the time it took you to read the entire passage.  Remember, all reading is done out loud!

-Have a grown up read the passage aloud to you 2-3 times so that you can get to know the words and can listen to fluent reading.

-Practice reading the passage aloud 3-5 times and time yourself each time.  Record each practice time.  Try to read the words accurately while sounding natural, like  you are a teacher.  

Example: 

1st read (cold time): 2 minutes 5 seconds

2nd read: 1 minute 50 seconds

3rd read: 1 minute 40 seconds

4th read: 1 minute 20 seconds

5th read: 1 minute 17 seconds

-Answer the questions (multiple choice and short answer)

-Take a picture and email me your answers or bring them to school when you return!

Happy reading!

Grade 1

Grade 1.5

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

 

6.  Writing Fun! 

Choose a question that interests you and write a paragraph answering the question.  This can be done as a Google Doc and shared with me or written on paper and shared with me when we return to school.

Grades 1 - 2 Topics

Grades 3 - 5 Topics

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