Scholastic Daily Word Ladders Grade 1-2
Students climb to new heights in reading and writing with these fun, engaging, reproducible word-building games! Students read clues on each rung, then change and rearrange letters to create words until they reach the top. All the while, they're analyzing sound-symbol relationships, broadening their vocabulary, and building spelling skills to become better readers.
Modern Curriculum Press Spelling Workout A
Spelling Workout has all the components you need to lead students from simple sound-letter relationships to more complex spelling patterns.
Students learn spelling skills based on phonics through unique, cross-curricular reading passages, practice, and high-interest writing activities. Packed with flexible lessons, motivating activities, including fun riddles and puzzles, this dynamic program leads students to spelling success!
Features and Benefits
· Engages students in cross-curricular reading passages that develop key spelling words.
· Masters spelling words through riddles, puzzles, and interactive activities.
· Reviews and reinforces what students have learned throughout, and puts students' word power to the test with final reviews in standardized test format.
Steck Vaughn Language Arts Handbook Grade 1
This series offers practice in all facets of language arts. Every workbook is divided into eight units. At the front of each unit an assessment test students’ knowledge and identifies areas that they may struggle with. The rest of the unit is comprised of worksheets that provide fun activities for fundamental areas. The third through sixth grade levels cover grammar, sentences, vocabulary and usage, capitalization and punctuation, kinds of writing, paragraphs, resource materials and research and reading comprehension. Although these vary in difficulty, the topics covered are similar, with a few different concepts in each level. Books one and two have similar units as the later levels, but with more concentration on reading, spelling, and beginning concepts appropriate to the earlier grades. Use to supplement your language arts curriculum or review important skills.
Keystones for Reading A
“Keystones for Reading” helps students develop the skills that will turn them into successful, lifetime readers. The skills are grouped into three major categories: Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Study Skills. The selections have been chosen for their high interest, making this program suitable for use with reluctant readers.