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Reading Resources for Students and Parents

Hello everyone! I hope this message finds you all feeling well and staying safe! I am the Reading Specialist at the Mayfield Campus for grades K-3. The purpose of this page is to provide you with weekly activities that you and your child can work on to help them practice reading and the skills that go along with reading. These stories and activities are similar to what we would be working on in our small group reading classes in school. I know how difficult this time has been being away from our "normal" lives and routines, so I wanted to keep things familiar and easy to navigate for my students and their families. We are all in this together and we will get through this! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at krosato@lakelandsd.org
Thank you, be well and stay safe!
Mrs. Rosato:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Hi everyone!
I hope you had a great weekend! This week we are going to practice reading with more decodable passages, which include words you can tap out (sound out) along with some word wall words (sight words). You can listen to me read first, read out loud by yourself, and then read along with me...and you can do this as many times as you would like. The more you practice, the better you will get:)
Have fun and enjoy:)
 
 
Hey 1st grade! 
This week we are going to read about dinosaurs in a story called "Discovering Dinosaurs". You can listen to me read the story first, read it out loud by yourself, and then read the story along with me. The more you practice, the better you will get:) There are also comprehension questions and other accompanying worksheets you could complete throughout the week. Remember, you could look back through the story if you need to when answering the questions. Take your time and have fun!
 
Have a great week!
Hey everyone!
I hope you had a great weekend! This week we are going to read a story called "Memorial Day" in honor of the holiday we just celebrated. You can listen to me read the story first, read it out loud by yourself, and then you can read it along with me. It is more than okay to read the story more than one time...the more you read and practice, the better you will get:) There are comprehension questions and other accompanying worksheets that you can complete throughout the week...and remember, don't be afraid to go back through the story when working on the comprehension questions! Take your time and enjoy!
 
Have a great week!
Hey everyone! 
I hope you had a great weekend! This week we are going to read a story called "Coral Reefs". It is non-fiction and very informative...I, myself, learned so much from reading this story! You can listen to me read the story first or you can jump right in and read it by yourself. The more you read and practice reading, the better you will get:) There are comprehension questions and other accompanying worksheets that you can complete throughout the week...pace yourself. Also, don't be afraid to go back through the story when working on the comprehension questions! Take your time, have fun and enjoy!
 
Take care and I will be back next week with another great story for you!