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Today I want to share with you a fun new beginning reading printable curriculum for first graders. Jill at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom created these darling little printable books and has them on her Members Only Site. I have posted a few times about her different printables and have to say I am really, really excited about this one. I have been using this curriculum with my Kindergartner who has been trying her hardest to learn to read this year. This little series of books has gotten her SO excited. She wants to do a new one every single day.
- 20 sight word interactive reader books with reading comprehension and progress bookmarks
- Flash cards for a word wall
- Go Fish Sight Word Game
- Reading in 1st Sight Word Board Game
- Teaching Tips
- Certificate of Completion with Prize
The books introduce a new word or two each time. Then they have these darling illustrations and stories. The new words are left out of the story so the kids can fill them in. At the end of the book it has little squares with the letters of each word for the kids to cut and glue into the book.
I love all of the clip art images that she used for the stories. Each one was fun and exciting to my daughter. She couldn’t wait to see what story was coming next!
Along with all of the stories, there are printable cards with all of the sight words to practice the words beyond the stories. They have little pictures that correspond with the stories in the books. These can be used as flashcards or on a word wall. We used them as flashcard practice to reinforce the words we learned.
There is also a go-fish game & a game board with all of the words on them! This is another fun way to practice the new sight words.
I just want to say that this program has been so wonderful for us! My daughter has not been this excited about reading in a while. She loves the characters and pictures. We have been using it along with our regular language arts program. It is recommended for first grade, and some of the books were a bit advanced for my kindergartner to read on her own, however she was happy to do them along with my help each day. She actually preferred to write the words on the pages instead of cutting out all of the squares, so we ended up doing that with most of our books. I think that is mostly just laziness on her part! 😉
These are part of the Member’s Only Site on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom. You can become a member for just a one-time $15 payment and get access to this as well as TONS of other great printables. I am happy to be able to give away one of the Reading In First curriculum sets today! Enter the form below to win!
Our 7 year old is really, really struggling to learn to read and this might be a great tool to help motivate him and encourage him.
We have a membership. Jill makes some awesome things!
Looks wonderful – perfect for my first grader!
Would love to win this resource for my kids!
My three year old is ready to read. This would be a great resource to have.
Cherie Harris says
My son just finished up his Kindergarten reading curriculum so this would be perfect timing to win this!!
Kat K says
Id like to win because this would be a great asset to our homeschool classroom!!!! thanks for the great giveaway!
I have a first grader that could really use this wilcarvic
My son has learned to read and I am having a hard time finding things at his level. This old be great.
Sheryl Rice says
This would be a great resource for my daughter.