Decoding Reading Strategy Posters:
Teaching children to read begins with teaching them decoding strategies. These 21 Decoding Reading Strategy posters will assist you as you introduce each of these reading strategies to your grade.
This pack includes reading decoding strategies that are taught from the very beginning (Pointing to the words) all the way to more advanced strategies such as reading with fluency and sliding through words. Suitable for Kindergarten (Grade Prep) to Grade 2.
Posters included are:
- Look at the picture OR Eagle Eye
- Point under each word
- Get your mouth ready OR Lips the Fish
- Skip the Word OR Skippy Frog
- Look for Chunks OR Chunky Monkey
- Stretch the Word OR Stretchy Snake
- Flip the Vowel Sound OR Flippy Dolphin
- Try Again OR Tryin' Lion
- Slide through the word
- Read Smoothly
- Use Expression
- Ask yourself 'Does that make sense?'
- Ask yourself 'Does that sound right?'
- Ask yourself 'Does that look right?'
- Pay attention to punctuation
Please note, this is a downloadable, digital file that you can access immediately after purchase.
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Copyright ©Chantelle Jacobs
Miss Jacobs Little Learners Pty Ltd
I have so many posters and they are perfect for my 1st graders!
Super cute resource for the classroom! Thank you very much :)
Beautiful, colourful and engaging
Great for beginning of year
Great resource. Very easy for students to understand.