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Writing To Read in Kindergarten and First Grade
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Writing To Read in Kindergarten and First Grade

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  • 1. Writing to Read Sentence Writing Procedure Shannon Rapp
  • 2. Step 1
    • Verbally think of a sentence
    • Family, pets, favorite places, a book they read
    • Anything that is interesting to the child at that time
  • 3. Step 2
    • Say the sentence together
    • Count how many words there are
    • Have child write as many sounds/words they know
    • Make sure they begin with a capital letter and end with a period or question mark
  • 4. Step 3
    • As they write…
    • Have a copy of the alphabet next to them
    • Take one word at a time
    • Ask them the sounds they hear
    • If they are not sure tell them the letter
  • 5. Step 4
    • Difficult words…
    • Tell them the letters
    • Write the word for them
    • Work on the word together
      • make sounds lines at the top
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  • 6. Step 5
    • Reading…
    • Draw a picture
      • This helps them remember what they wrote
    • Read the sentences each day
    • Child should point to the words as they read
  • 7. Step 6
    • Practicing…
    • Write the sentence on a strip of paper
    • Cut sentence apart between each word
    • Child puts sentence back in the correct order
    • Keep sentences in envelopes with correct sentence written on it