Level 2 Back to School - CVCe Magic e/ Slight e Long Vowels Reading Camp with Sensory Sight words Writing, Show and Tell & More! (Kindergarten/First Grade/ ESL/ ELL Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall)
Teacher Saara, M.Ed - Science Experiments
Join us for a multi-sensory CVCe course for blending long vowels, sensory sight word writing, interactive games with show and tell and more! It's ideal for Kindergarten or ESL/ ELL learners to solidify their CVCe reading skills with a kinesthetic approach.📖
US Grade Kindergarten
When students learn to read, they usually begin with CVC (consonant, vowel consonant) words. So, what is CVCe? CVCe are words that contain a consonant, vowel, consonant, and then the letter e. The “e” is silent when vowel between the two consonants. As a result, it becomes a long vowel. In this interactive course, learners will review short vowel sounds (CVC words). Then, learners will be introduced to the magic e rule and practice how to read CVCe words. They will learn how to blend sounds...
Students will learn how to blend CVCe words, use sight words in complete sentences, write words and present at our weekly show and tell show.
I have a Master’s degree in Literacy and I’ve been teaching phonics and reading for ten years.
Homework OfferedAdd the sight word of the week to the art craft mentioned in the classroom post. Encourage your child to review blending words and using the sight word of the week in complete sentences to aid their reading skills.
Assessments OfferedThe teacher will ask comprehension questions to check for understanding and use the class activities as a form of assessment.
2 files available upon enrollment✔️Magic “e” wand. (Write the letter “e” on a small piece of paper and stick it on the tip of a ruler, popsicle stick or anything similar.) ✔️Sensory, squishy bag for sensory writing Wednesday’s. (In a large Ziploc bag, pour hair gel (fill a quarter of the bag). If the gel is clear in color, add a few drops of food coloring. Mix it, squeeze out the air to seal the bag and flatten it out ensuring the gel spreads around the whole bag. Add tape on top of the whole bag to give it an extra seal. Alternative: Fill a quarter of a large Ziploc bag with ONE of the following (rice, sugar, beans, sand, salt, sprinkles, shaving cream or anything similar). Feel free to make different sensory bags so they have a choice for each week! ✔️Always bring something to write with and write on for each class.
Assist your child if needed to stay on task (focus) and writing.
Meet the teacher
👋 Hello! I'm Teacher Saara. I've been featured as an EPIC and ACE educator! I have a passion for teaching and I am very excited to teach your learner! I love to cook, swim, travel and conduct experiments! I’m originally from an island in the...
$490for 30 classes
3x per week, 10 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
3-6 learners per class
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