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Everyday Literacy: Reading and Writing, Kindergarten

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The perfect supplement to your core early reading program!

Everyday Literacy: Reading and Writing, Grade K helps your early learners develop beginning reading and writing skills using fun, focused daily lessons.

The 20 weekly units in grade K cover:

Concepts of Print:

Identify uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet
Locate a printed word on a page
Follow words from top to bottom and left to right on a printed page
Track print by pointing to written words when text is read aloud by self or others
Understand that spoken words are represented in writing by specific sequences of letters
Phonemic Awareness:

Recognize a phoneme in a spoken word
Segment the initial phoneme of a spoken word
Segment the final phoneme of a spoken word
Identify the initial or final phoneme of a spoken word
Isolate and identify the initial or final phoneme of a spoken word
Identify the position of an isolated phoneme in a spoken word
Phonics/Word Analysis:

Learn and apply letter-sound correspondences
Produce the sound a consonant letter makes in isolation
Recognize that individual letters have associated sounds
Read familiar CVC words and common sight words
Literary Response and Analysis:

Participate in a group response to a literary selection, identifying the characters, setting, and sequence of events
Make predictions about text content using pictures, background knowledge, and text features
Comprehension:

Answer questions about text read aloud
Respond to who, what, where, why, how, questions about text read aloud
Make connections using prior knowledge and real-life experiences
Demonstrate comprehension of text read aloud by self or others
Writing:

Print uppercase and lowercase letters
Use spacing between letters and words when writing on a line
Write the letters that match sounds in words