Lectura Para Ninos Phonics Centers and Homework Books for Pre-School-2nd grade Spanish reading

Lectura Para Niños

Phonics Centers and Homework Books
for Pre-School-2nd grade Spanish reading

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Homework Books in Spanish

006:  Homework Letters for Parents

Many parents ask me how they can help their child at home.  I created these books for the parent to work with their child daily.  Even if a parent can’t read, he/she can help increase their child’s vocabulary by telling their child the name of the picture.  They can then help the vocabulary of their child as well.  They can assist in segmenting the words into syllables and or sounds depending on the level of their child.  The parent will point to the pictures that begin with the initial sound you are working with.  Then, reinforce segmenting the words into syllables.  The syllables are reinforced with spaces between each syllable.  We teach our children to touch their head, shoulders, hips, knees and toes for each additional syllable.  We tell our parents, this homework is not for the child to read, but to play a listening game with the parent.  This book reinforces what we teach in the classroom in the home.  For the advanced child, we tell the parent to practice segmenting the words into sounds as well using each finger for each individual sound.

Homework Letters for Parents Example - #006 [PDF file pdf 396 KB]

007:   Initial Sound Picture Cards

The teacher can copy off the picture pages for the letter of the week she is working with for the parent to practice beginning sound sound discrimination at home.  The parent can begin with 2 picture pages and ask the child, which picture begins with __ sound.  As the child increases in their ability to discriminate beginning sounds, you can send home 3-4 pages to make the game a little more challenging for the child.  This homework book matches the Initial Sound Picture Card game from the Phonics Centers.  The teacher’s addition is in color. 

Initial Sound Picture Cards Example - #007 [PDF file pdf 718 KB]

008:   A-Z Penmanship

There are 3 books included.  This book helps the child with fine motor practice and directionality when writing letters.

a)   Penmanship A-Z for Pre-Kinders:  Larger font, not as many letters to trace.
b)   Penmanship A-Z for Kinders:  Same as above, but smaller font with more letters to practice tracing.  
c)   Syllable Penmanship for Kinders:  Smaller font

Pre-K Example - #008 [PDF file pdf 111 KB]

K Example - #008 [PDF file pdf 111 KB]

Syllables - #008 [PDF file pdf 450 KB]

009:   Initial Sounds

There are 2 books included. 

1)   Initial Sounds: Beginning: This book is a little more controlled in that you only color 1-2 pictures that begin the same as the initial picture. 
2)   Initial Sounds: Advanced: This book the child will need to color all the pictures that begin with the letter at the top of the page.  There will always be 4 pictures that should not be colored. 

Initial Sounds Beginner - #009 [PDF file pdf 2.2 MB]

Initial Sounds Advanced - #009 [PDF file pdf 1.03 MB]

010:   Initial Sounds Review

The child will need write the beginning sound below each picture, then circle the picture that has the same beginning sound.   

Initial Sounds Review Example - #010 [PDF file pdf 1.08 MB]

011: Initial Syllables

Looking at the picture, the child needs to write in the initial syllable that begins with the picture.

Initial Syllables Example - #011 [PDF file pdf 3.18 MB]

012:   Middle & Ending Syllables

Looking at the picture, the child needs to write in the middle or ending syllable that that is missing in the word. 

Middle & Ending Syllables Example - #012 [PDF file pdf 1.07 MB]

013:   Homework Book:  Matches the Phonics Center – Beginning

This homework book has 3 parts.  In each mini book, there are 1-2 pages of homework for each theme you are working with.  If you are working in Theme 2, you will be working with words containing the letters m, p, s and the vowels.  After working for at least a week with in any theme, you can send home pages from each of the following pages.

a)   Whole word reading:  The child reads the words in the box above and writes the word below the corresponding picture.  
b)   Word Searches:  Find the hidden words from each theme.  
c)   Unscramble the words:  Unscramble the words from each theme.  

Whole Word Homework Example Beg. - #013.1 [PDF file pdf 1.68 MB]

Word Search Example Beg. - #013.2 [PDF file pdf 5.67 MB]

Unscramble Words Example Beg. - #013.3 [PDF file pdf 1.68 MB]

014:   Homework Book:  Matches the Phonics Center – Advanced

  This homework book has 3 parts.  In each mini book, there are 1-2 pages of homework for each reading concept you are working with.  If your student is struggling with closed syllables, I would practice first with the phonics center – advanced, with closed syllables, and pull the practice pages from the following mini books.

a)   Whole word reading:  The child reads the words in the box above and writes the word below the corresponding picture.  
b)   Word Searches:  Find the hidden words from each theme.  
c)   Unscramble the words:  Unscramble the words from each theme.  

Whole Word Homework Example Adv. - #014.1 [PDF file pdf 2.06 MB]

Word Search Example Adv. - #014.2 [PDF file pdf 781 KB]

Unscramble Example Adv. - #014.3 [PDF file pdf 1.06 MB]

015:   Rhyming Words

This book reinforces rhyming words.

a)   Rhyming words: Color the picture: the child is to color the rhyming words that rhyme with the beginning picture.  
b)   Rhyming Words Cut & Paste:   the child is to cut and paste the rhyming word that rhymes with the first two pictures.

Rhyming Pictures Example - #015.1 [PDF file pdf 2.19 MB]

Rhyming Cut & Paste Example - #015.2 [PDF file pdf 1.79 MB]

How do you use the homework books?

I usually pull pages from each of the books and send them according to the letter of the week or what I want the children to work on for that week.  My teaching partner and I send homework packets home on Friday’s in folders to be brought back the following Friday.  There are usually 5-6 pages (1/day).  We used to send them home with our children daily, but it was too much work to keep track of.