RTI: Phonemic Awareness - Mrs. Richardson's Class

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November 8, 2012

RTI: Phonemic Awareness

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I don’t know about you all, but RTI is definitely in full motion! I know my kids enough to begin the Response to Intervention process.  If you know it well, you are definitely aware that it is a              PRO-CESS!  

I share a curtain this year with a wonderful 3rd year teacher who is new to first grade.  There are times that she feels like she is drowning and my heart breaks for her.  This was inspired by my sweet friend Bethany.  The goal of this little kit is to make the process MUCH easier to track and record data. I can’t wait to start using it tomorrow and I hope that many of you are able to use this to help ease the process of RTI for your little friends!

This little RTI intervention kit is made for first grade, but can be used with high kinder kids or with struggling second grade kids, too.

There are 9 different areas that are covered under the umbrella of phonemic awareness.

Within each area, there are 3 activities and an assessment.

There also are data recording sheets for each area addressed.

You can check it out in my little TpT store. I really hope that you find it helpful!!

If you are looking for more reading activities to do with your little learners, be sure to follow my Reading for K-2 pinterest board!

RTI Interventions and Keeping it all Organized--LOVE the variety of activities here!

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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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Hi, I'm Amanda

I’m a K-1 teacher who is passionate about making lessons your students love and that are easy to implement for teachers.  Helping teachers like you navigate their way through their literacy block brings me great joy. I am a lifelong learner who loves staying on top of current literacy learning and practices. Here, you’ll find the tools you need to move your K-2 students forward!

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9 Responses

  1. What is that amazing don’t you are using? I love it!!! The one that is curly cursive that organized is written in and maybe your name (the look like the same font!)

  2. I meant font ha but it auto corrected!

    I guess that’s what you get when you are typing so fast and get distracted. So sorry it didn’t make any sense!

    1. Ha ha! That’s totally okay! I knew what you meant!! It’s called KG Say Something! 🙂 It’s adorable, isn’t it?!

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