NSE Title 1

All reading and math rosters have been reviewed and altered to meet the current needs of our students.

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In intervention, we will focus on:

Kindergarten: Early Reading Intervention - Letter identification, segmentation, blending sounds

1st Grade: Voyager Sopris - CVC words, Sight Words, Fluency

2nd Grade: Voyager Sopris - Beginning and ending blends, Sight Words, Fluency

3rd Grade - 4th Grade: Phonics/ Word Work, Fluency, Comprehension

5th Grade - 6th Grade: Fluency, Comprehension through Novel Study

Weekly Intervention

2nd Grade -- 9:20 - 10:00

Kindergarten -- 10:00 - 10:40

3rd Grade -- 10:40 - 11:20

1st Grade -- 11:20 - 12:00

5th Grade -- 12:40 - 1:10

6th Grade -- 1:20 - 1:50

​4th Grade -- 2:40 - 3:10

10 Tips for Families of Young Children

1. Read aloud to your child every day

● Read to babies even before they can talk

● Let your child see and touch the book

● Play with voices and the sounds of words

2. Create a print rich-home environment

● Have a wide variety of books available to children

● Encourage children to look at books on their own

● Set aside a family reading area and a family reading time

3. Use grocery shopping to encourage reading and writing

● Have children help you search for specific brands

● Use the aisle markers with your child to find items

● Match coupons to products

● Have children write out grocery lists

4. Cook with your child to develop literacy

● Show your child how to read a recipe

● Read the labels on ingredients together

● Make a family cookbook of favorite recipes

● Develop oral literacy by talking about family recipes and cooking tips

5. Point out environmental print to children.

● Note signage during nature walks and other outings

● Discuss logos

● Ask children to point out print outside of the home environment

6. Tell stories together

● Talk together about your family history

● Look at old vacation photos and discuss your memories of the trip

● Record your storytelling

7. Sing and rhyme with your child

● Choose songs with rhymes and word play

● Play rhyming games with your child such as what other words sound like ”honey”?

● Challenge your child to sing or say rhymes as fast as they can and don’t forget to laugh if the results are silly

8. Write with your child

● Provide lots of writing materials (chalk, markers, crayons, and pencils)

● Encourage your child to draw and write on their own

● Encourage your child to write thank you notes to grandparents, make to-do lists, etc.

9. Tie literacy to art

● Visit an art museum together and use storytelling to explain what is happening in the artwork. Allow your child to interpret the artwork however he/she views it

● Have children create their own drawings, painting, sculptures, and even instillation pieces made from recyclables in your living room

● Explain art with sentence strips on which children dictate to you what their artwork is about (consider making a recording in which the children can tell a story about their artwork)

10. Visit the library (and/or bookstore) often

● Make trips as often as you can

● Encourage your child to get his or her own library card

● Take advantage of library programs, such as read alouds and family book clubs

Source: Reading Is Fundamental