Literacy Team

Please check our webpage often as we will be updating it with resources, activities, and links to websites that you can use to listen to books, read books, increase your vocabulary knowledge, master sight and high-frequency words, and practice those reading skills you have learned. In the meantime, here are just a few ideas that you can use to have fun with reading and writing.
  • Play Concentration with vocabulary and definitions
  • Hunt for sight words on cereal boxes or in your take-home books
  • Act out your favorite book with your family
  • Create "My Favorite" lists
  • Write a new ending to a book
  • Send your teacher or principal an email to say "Hi!"
  • Read a book to your pet
Remember, we are just an email away and would love to answer your questions and stay in touch!

Happy Reading and Go Eagles! 🦅

Mrs.Centamore: [email protected]  Mrs. Pell: [email protected]  Mrs.Williams: [email protected] 

At-home Phonological and Literacy Skills Ideas

Families...Are you looking for some good resources to use to reinforce early reading skills, such as listening for words that rhyme, identifying beginning sounds, word recognition, or spelling simple words? Then head over to the PALS website for help. The Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) website is offering materials for parents to use during this stay-at-home time. Click on the link below to visit the PALS website and access the resources. Enjoy literacy at home!

PALS Resources