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"No more letter of week" prinatables?
Old 06-20-2013, 09:01 PM
 
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Hi I am wanting to give the book "no more letter of the week" by Pat Lusche a try this fall. I am going to start planning soon. Has anybody linked each sound with a printable emergent reader or easy access type poem that can be printed on the internet. We have none of the uggested books at our school. I would love a copy of printable books ar ideas on poems I can print out on line for free. Thanks!


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I've been using "NMLW" for about 4 years now. I remember being frustrated that books don't come with it. The gesture prompts are good, but I"ve changed a few of them. For /b/, I have a picture of a doctor listening to a heartbeat and our gesture is tapping our hearts...

Scholastic has a few good books, like Four Furry Feet.
http://shop.scholastic.com/webapp/wc...atalogId=10004

Here is something reproducible that could work
http://shop.scholastic.com/webapp/wc...atalogId=10004

I use a combination of Scholastic and my own books that I've made. I went to Villanova University, so the /v/ book is "My Villanova Vacation".

It took me a couple of years to put it all together. I still make adjustments because some books are too easy as the kids seem to be reading earlier and earlier!
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of using parts of No More LOTW. I love my reading wall. It was a challenge to find emergent readers to go with each letter. I used some from our Houghton-Mifflin science series. Scholastic has some emergent reader sets that focus on sight words. atozteacherstuff.com has lots of emergent readers to download. I think you look for kinderreaders. For "u" I used the book about paint in the No More LOTW book. And, like the PP, I wrote a couple of books when I couldn't find what I needed.

My students use the reading wall daily and make reference to it during our lessons.

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BodfishBarrel, you are so right! The kids love the wall and refer to it all year. "That was Abby's sound!" They enjoy taking ownership of their sound and get a big smile whenever it pops up in their reading.

It's a good program, just tricky to get up and running. And the reading wall takes up a lot of room!
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