Saturday, January 21, 2012

The More They Read, The Better They Read!

Hello, Teaching Friends!

Our young readers need massive amounts of practice on continous texts at an appropriate level in order to really make progress in reading.

Are you looking for new ways for your emergent readers to practice sight words on continuous text? Story cards are quick, short reading passages designed to help build automaticity with sight words and to encourage fluent phrasing. Print the cards on cardstock and laminate them. Then use them for buddy reading or independent reading - they're great for literacy centers!

Click on the picture to get 3 free story cards for your class.

There are 4 more snow-themed story cards in my Wonderful Winter Literacy set. The set also includes 13 other literacy games and activities. You can see more at my Teachers Pay Teachers store or Teachers Notebook shop.

Valentines Day will be here before you know it, so click here for 2 more free story cards!


There are 3 additional story cards, along with nearly 100 pages of other activities, in "Oh, Lovely Literacy!", available at my Teachers Notebook store for $7.50. . Click on this cover picture to go directly there!

We all work so hard to keep providing all of our young students with lots of opportunities to sharpen their new reading skills - I hope these will help make your job easier!



  1. Thanks Linda! These are great! Can't wait to use them.

  2. You're welcome, Jen! Have a great "first day back" today!


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