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Teaching Reading in Kindergarten

A Structured Approach to Daily Reading That Helps Every Child Become a Confident, Capable Reader
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  • Item #: NTS565621
  • ISBN13: 9780545656214
  • Format: eBook
  • File Type: pdf
  • Pages: 192
  • Grades: K


A comprehensive resource to implementing systematic, research-based, and developmentally appropriate classroom-proven strategies for teaching reading in kindergarten. From developing phonemic awareness and introducing concepts of print to teaching sight words and building self-monitoring and decoding strategies, the author shows teachers how to give their students the tools they need to read independently. A bonus of companion emergent reading materials including sample yearlong plan, letter formation cues, cards for teaching letter chunks 10 emergent reader templates, and more, developed just for kindergartners included!

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Is It Developmentally Appropriate?
In education, the term “developmentally appropriate” represents the concept that the
suitability of an approach matches the approximate cognitive and behavioral stages
of a child. Today’s kindergarten students are not only different from kindergartners
in the past, they are also more significantly different from each other than they
used to be. To be developmentally appropriate, a teaching approach should focus
on individualized, differentiated instruction so it meets the specific needs of each
student. All students—no matter their background or prior experience with print—
can and will benefit from receiving the same explicit and solid instruction detailed
in this book. According to Marie Clay (2001), about 10–20 percent of all children
will seriously struggle with learning to read. Herein lies the beauty of this new way
of teaching reading in kindergarten: You can facilitate the reading development of
students who are ready and, at the same time, develop the skills of those who need a
little more time and intervention.

Teaching Reading in Kindergarten

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