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Learn to Read: 1st Gr. Reading | Phonics | Writing | Sight Words

Tessa H | 1st First Grade Reading
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(25)
Students become successful readers, writers, and spellers with this phonics curriculum taught in a small group setting by a Reading Specialist. This ongoing fun, interactive class also teaches 1st grade sight words.

Class experience

Please note that no class takes place on Memorial Day, so Mrs. Hall will refund that day for parents.

Week 1 (Mar. 20-24): open syllables (e, i, o); Sight Words (be, he, into, do)
Week 2 (Mar. 27-30): long a (with ai & ay); Sight Words (all, say, again, may)
Week 3 (Apr. 3-6): long e (with ea & ee); Sight Words (eat, she, was, any)
Week 4 (Apr. 10-13): long o (with oa & ow): Sight Words (brown, four, out, how)
Week 5 (Apr. 17-20): long i (with -y & -igh); Sight Words REVIEW
Week 6 (Apr. 24-27): long u (with u & ue); Sight Words (by, fly, will, well)
Week 7 (May 1-4): long u (with ew); Sight Words (now, our, know, round)
Week 8 (May 8-11): 3-letter blends (scr, spr, str); Sight Words (of, old, put, walk)
Week 9 (May 15-18): 3-letter blends (shr, thr); Sight Words (could, from, open, going)
Week 10 (May 22-25): 3-letter blends (sch, squ); Sight Words REVIEW
Week 11 (May 30-Jun. 1 / NO CLASS on Monday, the 29th): Review of 3-letter blends; Sight Words (are, black, new, so)
Week 12
Week 13
Week 14
I have been teaching this class on Outschool and it has been fun and successful. Prior to that, I am an experienced teacher of over 27 years and am a Reading Specialist! I LOVE teaching learners how to read, spell, and write!
Because this is a multi-sensory approach to learning to read, each learner will need to have available: shaving cream, pipe cleaners, and/or play-dough. Each learner will also need a small dry erase board (9"x12"), 1 dry erase board eraser, 1 dry erase marker, 1 composition notebook, pencils, crayons, scissors, and glue. Finally, every week students will need to have their printouts ready for class (roughly 4-5 pages per week).
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(25)
Are you ready to have an excited learner on your hands who's confident and successful in all learning? You've come to the right place, because my favorite part of teaching is building learners who grow and grow and grow into kiddos who LOVE... 
Group Class


weekly ($14 per class)
4x per week
45 min

Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-8
1-6 learners per class

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