Reading Decoding Strategies You Don’t Want to Miss!!!

Reading Decoding Strategies You Don’t Want to Miss!!!

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This week is the second in a series of three videos I wanted to share with you on reading decoding!!! If your students can quickly and correctly decode multi-syllable words, then you don’t need to watch this week or next… 🙂

However, if your students cannot decode multi-syllable words, you need to watch! Since decoding/phonics/word attack is one of the foundations of reading …teaching our students the rules of phonics is a foundation piece.

Somehow, sometimes teaching all the rules of decoding gets lost so I wanted to make sure you have an excellent resource and some tools to get the job done!!!

Take a look at Decoding Week #2 and see how simple this visual strategy can make decoding for your students!!!

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!! Jerry and I went to Ohio to see our son, Jonathan, and had a wonderful time eating a home cooked meal and watching football!!! We told Jonathan to get the turkey and we’d do the sides….he bought a 19 pound bird …I guess he wanted leftovers!!

It’s always a great thing to count your blessings. I count mine more than just at Thanksgiving I can assure you! Now that we are heading toward the end of this calendar year, I’d like to hear from you. We all have many things to be thankful for but I know there are things that still break your heart. If you’d like to ask questions, I will respond with an answer ….privately if you like. Be sure to ask for a private response if you want one.

Stay tuned because two weeks from now….I’m sharing an amazing solution to helping your students with a specific clothing sensory issue! If you’ve got a stripper in your classroom or in your home, you won’t want to miss this post!

Hopefully this site and our videos have brought some light into your space.

Blessed to be here! You take care and I’ll see you next time!


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