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I am wondering what connected text resource(s) teachers use for the end of the Phonics lessons. We have utilized Read Naturally passages, a-zreading stories and old AIMSweb passages. All of these resources take some time to locate and match to the given phonics skill, so I'd like to know if there is a quicker resource to reference. Thanks for your input!
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One great strategy is for teachers and students to build thier own sentences or short stories using the words they practiced.
There is not a specific resource I would recommend at this point besides the ones that you have mentioned, or others like it.
Anyone else on the PRESS community board have suggestions?
I have the same question - looking for resources for connected text at the end of phonics lessons that target the phonics pattern being taught - teachers are struggling in this area.
We have also found success with Orton-Gillingham sentences and word lists. If nothing else, there is also Tpt!
West Virginia Phonics is another great resource for passages that are aligned with a skill that we use
Please make sure that when you are preparing and finding decodable texts that they are appropriate and inclusive for your all students. Thank You!