Sitton Spelling and Word Skills Level 3 SOURCEBOOK for Pages 1 - 24 - Text Version | AnyFlipThis level also develops a strong foundation for the continuation of spelling and word building skills throughout the rest of the Sitton Spelling and Word Skills series. Each unit is made up of four sections: Building Literacy Skills: Access prior knowledge and build on that knowledge through read-alouds, discussion, retelling, and recommended trade books. Building Word Skills: Build phonemic awareness and phonics recognition through rhymes and activities seeded with letters, word families, and Core Words. Extending Vocabulary and Background Knowledge: Use crosscurricular activities to help increase vocabulary and extend students knowledge of age-appropriate topics. Children s Theater Celebration: Celebrate learning with a short theater presentation and a display of work at the end of each unit. Components Sitton Kindergarten Literacy and Word Skills is comprised of a Teacher s Sourcebook, Practice Book, and five fullcolor story picture posters for classroom display.
3rd Grade Spelling 5-Letter Words #1
Books by Rebecca Sitton
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Back Cover 1 To Order: Call SPELL The ke spelling is signaled by a long vowel sound. Students explore other word forms of high-use writing words through the addition of prefixes re, un and suffixes s, ed, ing, es, er, est, ly, ful, y , and the basic rules that govern their use, such as the addition of suffixes to words in which the final consonant is doubled, the final silent e is dropped, the final y is changed to i, and the final letter is s, x, sh, ch, or z. Further, students explore irregular verb forms. Explicit instruction in visual skills is essential, including the Word Preview.