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Code - Set 20

Activities:

Let’s learn to recognize and spell these sight words: almost, cough, country, earth, especially, learn, often, probably, trouble, whose.

  • Make a list of these word-ending letter combinations: -uck, -ank, -ame, -ness, -en, -oke, -ate, -ice, - able-, -tion, -ore, -ight and -ide. When reading with your child, see how many words he or she can find that end with these combinations.

Let’s learn to recognize and spell words with the letter combinations: -uck, -ank, -ame, -ness, -en, -oke, -ate, -ice, -able, -tion, -ore, -ight and -ide.

  • Continue to give your child many opportunities to read and write stories, lists, messages and notes. Show him or her that reading is all around him or her.

Let’s learn to read correctly at least 100 words per minute in a text with good expression.

  • Pick a book that your child knows well. Find where the 100th word is in the book. Record him or her reading to that spot and share with close friends or family, celebrating your child’s success.

Can your child consistently:

  • Recognize and spell these sight words: almost, cough, country, earth, especially, learn, often, probably, trouble, whose.
  • Recognize and spell words with the letter combinations: -uck, -ank, -ame, -ness, -en, -oke, -ate, -ice, -able, -tion, -ore, -ight and -ide.
  • Read correctly at least 100 words per minute in a text with good expression.

Congratulations!

It’s time to celebrate all you and your child have achieved together. We are sincerely grateful to be a small part of your child’s learning to read journey, and would love to hear your stories.

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Happy reading!