✷ Important Note: Please see the skill list below to know what phonics skills are included in the words in these decodable books.✷
They’re perfect for beginning readers because they are printable, require no prep, and include pre-reading and post-reading activities.
No worries about germ-sharing here! Every student can have their own decodable reader and extension activities – with limited paper on your end!
About the Printable Decodable Readers
-Each Decodable Reader is made of ONE page. No stapling required. Just print, fold, and go!
About the Extension Activities
-The pre-reading and post-reading extension activities are one combined page. They are no prep. Just fold and go!
-Students will highlight the words with double final consonants both in the reader and on the extension activity page.
-Students will point and read the words with double final consonants. (decoding practice)
-Students will point and read the sight words. (front loading)
-Students will read the decodable reader three times to build fluency.
-Students will answer the two multiple-choice, text-based questions.
-Students will write words with double final consonants on the lines provided.
There are 18 books included; each with a pre/post reading activity (shared) page.
⭐️ Remember, these books are decodable, so they focus on words with short vowels and double final consonants. ⭐️
–Some target skill words contain beginning digraphs and double final consonants.–
- ff – one book with only short vowels and this double final consonant
- ll – one book with only short vowels and this double final consonant
- ss – one book with only short vowels and this double final consonant
- zz – one book with only short vowels and this double final consonant
- ff – words contain blends (2 books)
- ll – words contain blends (2 books)
- ss – words contain blends (4 books)
- mixed review – words contain blends (5 books)
Interactive, self-correcting, digital task cards for blending and reading words with double final consonants, building words with double final consonants, and reading words with double final consonants in the context of a sentence. Use for at-home learning or as the perfect independent classroom center.
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