Phonemic awareness for kindergarten is a necessary component for reading. Along with phonics, word work, small group plans and more – it is a daunting task to get it all planned and prepped. You will get everything you need with The Phonics Diner.
Welcome to The Phonics Diner! This was created by Angela Griffith from The Daily Alphabet and Keri Brown from Enchanted Kinder Garden. What’s The Phonics Diner you ask? It’s your one-stop shop for phonics and phonemic awareness instruction. In The Phonics Diner, you will find a yearlong curriculum with a focus on differentiating instruction for whole group and small group learners. In this resource, you will find a fun, diner themed curriculum. Our curriculum was designed to reach all ranges of learners that enter your classroom. We have based our Menu, the scope and sequence, on three learning paths. The Phonics Diner is a collection of rigorous, hands-on, and engaging activities for teaching your students each and every single day.
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What am I purchasing right now?:
– Alphabet Buffet (26 days of Alphabet introduction instruction) lesson plans
– The Phonics Diner Hat
– Alphabet Buffet Appetizer (pre-assessment/post-assessment which also includes numbers, shapes, colors)
– 26 Tactile Letter Mats
– 33 Tactile Letter Ideas
– 26 Alpha-snack Exit Tickets
– Alphabet Books (26 Books in all)
– Alphabet Line (4 Versions (2 Lined/2 Unlined)
– Sound Chart (4 Versions – use these for Alphabet Buffet letter maps/circle maps)
– Parent Letter
– Binder Cover Printable
This resource is also a part of a bundle. Save more by purchasing the bundle and getting everything you need for the year. Grab it here.
What does guided reading in kindergarten look like?
“Research has repeatedly shown that phonics instruction is best when it is systematic and explicit, rather than random and implicit.” – Wiley Blevins. With this thought in mind, we have created a curriculum that focuses on phonological awareness to help students better understand the alphabetic principle. Research has shown that the best indicators of early reading success is attributed to early letter recognition and phonemic awareness. Students should be able to recognize the alphabet in all forms (uppercase, lowercase, different fonts). Students should also recognize that each letter makes a sound and be able to connect the letter to its sound. This curriculum is created to lay the foundation for early reading success.
This resource is also included in the bundle for The Phonics Diner.
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