Daily Archives: August 6, 2016

LANGUAGE ARTS – “Reading Syllable Types Bundle Packet”

Grades K-4

by Reading on Strawberry Lane

This bundle contains six units that give specific word examples of each syllable word type. The six syllable types of reading are Closed, V-C-e, Open, r-Controlled, Vowel Digraph & Diphthong, and Final Stable. Each unit provides a plethora of word lists that target each syllable type. Teaching reading by syllable types provides students with a clear-cut understanding of the English language. The basic overall purpose of learning syllable type reading is to give students 6 reading strategies to aid them in chunking longer words into short, readable parts.

Reading Syllable Type Bundle Cover

Syllable Bundle DefinitionsReading Syllable Types Bundle-3





FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Back to School Daily Reading Comprehension FREEBIE”

by Elements of Elementary

4th – 6th Grade


Back to School Daily Reading Comprehension


1 FULL week of August’s Daily Reading Comprehension is FREE forever with this download. Enjoy 1 week of daily reading comprehension worksheets for 5th grade. Thinking of buying a full month (or more) of daily reading comprehension activities? Check this out and give it a try in your classroom before you commit!

This week-long activity is a fictional story about going back to school. Written on a 5th grade reading level, it is perfect for daily morning work or homework.

Great for standardized test prep, these passages have the feel and re-reading of a close read with more structure. Questions are grouped by type so that students focus on one main skill a day.

Monday – students read the passage and answer questions about main idea, theme, and the general form of the text.

Tuesday – students re-read the passage and answer multiple choice, standardized-test styled questions.

Wednesday – students re-read the passage and answer character or setting questions about the text.

Thursday – students re-read the passage and answer GUM (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics) questions about the text.

Friday – students re-read the passage and answer short-answer, written response questions about the text.

Like what you see? All of August & September are available now, with other months coming soon!

August Daily Reading Comprehension

September Daily Reading Comprehension

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