Get your students up moving and learning with phonics – based read and write the room activities! These vowel teams decodable sentences write the room centers are a fun way to work on decoding and reading fluency while building reading comprehension.
How does this decodable sentences read and write the room work? Hang the vowel teams decodable sentences up around the room. Students will grab a clipboard and a recording sheet and search the room. They will read the room and then color or illustrate a picture to match each sentence.
Decodable sentences write the room is the perfect phonics literacy center to promote independence in the classroom! Teach the routine once, and students can choose this literacy center all year long.
The vowel teams vowels sentences write the room set includes 10 sets:
- Set 1: ai, ay
- Set 2: ee, ea
- Set 3: ie, igh
- Set 4: oa, ow
- Set 5: oa, oe
- Set 6: ui, oo
- Sets 7-10: mixed vowel teams
Are the decodable sentences read and write the room included in any other resource or bundle? Yes! They are included in the Phonics Read and Write the Room Bundle.
What grade levels will this read and write the room literacy center work for? Since this phonics center is skill-based, it can work for any grade level working on the targeted phonics skill. This set will most likely work best in Kindergarten and 1st grade.
Can I use the sentences write the room if I don’t do literacy centers in my classroom? Yes! You could use this set as a whole group activity to break up a phonics lesson. Let the whole class get up and search the room for sentences!
Are the sentences editable? No, i’m sorry, this resource is not editable.
What recording sheet options are included? Students will have the choice of coloring the matching picture or drawing a matching picture.
Will this set include any words that my students cannot yet decode? This set contains CVC words and a few common high frequency words.
Do these sentences read and write the room activities align with your science of reading curriculum or science of reading centers? Yes! The decodable sentences write the room centers will fit in perfectly with both of those resources.