Condensed Interactive  Pre-Kindergarten Guided Reading Alphabet Sight Word Program

The interactive guided reading alphabet and sight word readers were developed to use for a systematic phonics program to follow a balanced literacy approach to teaching phonics and sight words. The alphabet letters/corresponding sounds and sight words are taught within meaningful context using the interactive emergent readers. 

The readers have been condensed to include all the letters of the alphabet into 14 readers instead of 26.  All the readers in the condensed version include the interactive component. Information on how these readers can be used is found in the link below. The interactive component adds the element of comprehension and engagement.  The letter sequence and more details of how to use the readers is found in the link below.


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Interactive Guided Reading Alphabet and Sight Word Readers – What Is Included?

-   Suggested literature selections to use in conjunction with using the readers that can also be used for your Reading Workshop instruction
 
-  14 alphabet sight word companion emergent readers that are used as follow-up to teach beginning reading skills
 
-   Color, black/white and booklet versions of the readers

-   Interactive component found within the black and white versions (color, cut and paste or draw) to enhance engagement and comprehension.
 
-   Color versions of the readers to use for shared reading to project on your whiteboard (no interactive component) to teach beginning reading skills
 
-   26 alphabet bulletin board picture cards that represent the characters found within the readers and on the animated alphabet video.

-  Alphabet and sight word games to master these beginning reading skills 

-  Phonemic and phonological awareness activities

-  Simple craft and writing activities
 

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Readers Included in the Program
 

Alphabet and Sight Word Reader One

Lion Likes to Read– Introduces letters “Ll (lion) and Bb (bear)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection – Library Lion by Michelle Knudson
Possible Sight Word Introduction – a, in, is
Word Family - ap
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste the correct picture that corresponds to the text.
 


Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Two
My Helping Hands– Introduces letters “Hh (hands) within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection– Hands Are Not For Hitting by Martine Agassi
Possible Sight Word Introduction – can, we, help, I
Word family - ad
Interactive Component – Students trace and color their helping hand.
 




Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Three
Rainbow Fish Reteling– Introduces letters “Rr (rainbow) and Ff (fish)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Possible Sight Word Introduction – see, the, you and colour words
Interactive Component – Students color the fish according to color words indicated within the text.

 


Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Four
Ape’s Apples– Introduces letters “Aa (apples and ape) and Tt (tree)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Ten Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss
Possible Sight Word Introduction – one, two, three
Word Family - at
Interactive Component – Students draw and color the correct amount of apples in the tree.




Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Five
Down at the Pumpkin Patch– Introduces letters “Pp (pumpkins) and Ss (stars)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–How Many Seeds In A Pumpkin?  by Margaret McNamara
Possible Sight Word Introduction –  
Interactive Component – Students draw and color the correct amount of pumpkins indicated within the text

 



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Six
Mouse in the Monster Parade– Introduces letters “Mm (mouse) and Nn (nose)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Mouse Paint  by Ellen Stoll Walsh and The Nose Book by Al Perkins and Go Away Green Monsters by Ed Emberley
Possible Sight Word Introduction –  blue, red, yellow, come
Word Family - an
Interactive Component – Students color the shape noses of the monsters according to the text.



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Seven
Funny Enormous Eggs – Introduces letters “Ee (eggs and enormous)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Green Eggs and Ham  by Dr. Seuss
Possible Sight Word Introduction – here, go and color words
Word family - et
Interactive Component – Students color the eggs according to the text.



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Eight
Dog Dances– Introduces letters “Dd (dog)” and Xx (fox).
Possible Literature Connection – Clifford series of books
Possible Sight Word Introduction – big, jump, play, funny
Word Family - og
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste the correct picture related to the text




Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Nine
Cool Clouds – Introduces letters “Cc and Kk” (cool, clouds) within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection – It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw or Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs by Judi Barrett
Possible Sight Word Introduction – look, up, and, find
Word Family - ack
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste illustrations according to the text



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Ten
It Rained Valentine Hearts– Introduces letters “Uu (umbrella) and Vv (valentine)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond
Possible Sight Word Introduction – down, it, the, yellow
Word family - ug
Interactive Component – Students color the hearts according to the color words indicated in the text.



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Eleven
The Best Pet – Introduces letter “Ii"
Possible Literature Connection–I Wanna Iguana by Karen Kaufman Orloff
Possible Sight Word Introduction – goes, by, a
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste the correct pictures to match the text
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Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Twelve
Exploring The Ocean With Ollie Octopus – Introduces letters “Oo (octopus), Jj (jellyfish), Ww (whales)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connections – Pete the Cat Scuba Cat written by James Dean and Jenny Jellyfish by Suzanne Tate 
Possible Sight Word Introduction –  Review of previous sight words introduced
Word Family - ot
Interactive Component – Students cut and glue the correct ocean animal according to the text within the reader.
 



Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Fourteen
Zoo Escape (simple retelling of book) – Introduces letters “Gg (gorilla) and Zz (zoo)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection–Good Night, Gorilla  by Peggy Rathmann
Possible Sight Word Introduction – here, run, away, not
Word family - ag
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste the correct zoo animal that matches the text.



 Alphabet and Sight Word Reader Sixteen
Where Are You Going Yak Family – Introduces letter “Yy (yak)” within the story context.
Possible Literature Connection– The Pigeon Loves Things That Go and Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems
Possible Sight Word Introduction – go, to, find, little
Work Family - ing
Interactive Component – Students cut and paste the pigeon talking to the little queen
 




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