• 7 Reading Strategy Worksheets

    25 + Reading Comprehension Strategies Workbook – All Seven Skills

    $4.49

    25 + Reading Comprehension Strategies Workbook – All Seven Skills

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    Notes for parents and teachers:

    The printable worksheets, games and activities in this workbook aim to lessen the load for both you and your children and students. They are designed to be used with differing levels of text that you may be using and cover the 7 main reading comprehension strategies. These strategies are listed below.

    We have also linked in this page the articles on our site that offer tips and advice on both what these reading strategies are and how to teach them. Each of these articles is aimed at younger learners, but that theory carries on to older learners and more difficult texts.

    The enjoyment that reading brings requires both confidence and understanding. Our phonics and reading skills workbooks aim to help with confidence and skill building. This collection aims to bring the deeper understanding and to practice higher order and comprehension skills that will develop our children and students into fluent and skilled readers.

    We hope they are useful to you and feel free to take a look at our other collections and free resources to help you and your students progress.

    Happy Reading!

    We also have a Reading and Short stories comprehension workbook to practice these skills as well. Check them out here

     

  • Blend and digraph workbook

    60+ Phonics and Reading Skills Workbook – Blends and Digraphs

    $8.99

    Over 60 Teacher Made Blending and Digraph worksheets, games and activities. 

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    Notes for parents and teachers:

    These worksheets and activities progress from our CVC and Short Vowels workbook. They introduce   and practice digraphs and blending skills. These can be tricky for younger learners and we have   included a large amount of practice worksheets. We have also included an online game / App at the   end that enables these skills to be practiced using a different format.

     

    What is inside

    • 12 Say it, Complete it, Write it Worksheets: Covers the most common blends and digraphs and asks students to finish and write the word. Uses pictures to encourage vocabulary growth or visual recognition as well.
    • 8 Finish the Word Activities: Uses images again to ask students to look at the picture and use the correct blend or digraph to complete the word.
    • 4 Word Create Worksheets: These use a different approach. No images included as the task asks students to try to pick between two blends, sounds or digraphs to make a word and then be able to say it. Although there is an actual word for each task this is less important than having the students try to complete and then say the word they have created. – of course it better if they can create the actual word, but this is primarily a skills practicing worksheet.
    • 6 Pick the Blend / Digraph Worksheets: Students have to pick between two blends or digraphs to correctly spell the word. Pictures included.
    • 2 Which Digraph worksheets: Similar to the previous worksheets, these add a little complexity by offering more choices to use to complete the words.
    • 13 ’’Where is the’’ Activities: Students have to color the correct words the correct color. These aim to introduce both the common blends and digraphs and the others that are less well known.
    • 4 Blends and digraph Word Searches: Students write, color and then fin the words in this classic activity.
    • Farming for phonics: Although this is a short vowel activity it uses words that have ending digraphs in them. So revises short vowels and introduces digraphs!
    • Digraph coloring sheet: Asks students to color words with digraphs to reveal a picture
    • 1 long and short vowel Spot the difference: 8 activities sheets that have 5 tasks on each. They cover common blends and digraphs.

    We also have a Reading and Short stories comprehension workbook to practice these skills as well. Check them out here