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How to use the science-based Heart Word Method to teach heart words, or high frequency words, instead of traditional sight word instruction.
Stefanie McFarland saved to First Grade
In this post, I share information about Heart Words, an effective, phonics-based approach to teaching sight words, as well as a Heart Word Freebie to get you started!
Michelle Martin saved to Reading/Language Arts
In this post, I am share 5 tips for teaching Heart Words in the classroom, a high-frequency words scope and sequence to guide you, & a Heart Word resource to help K-2 students learn their sight words!
Christi Brookhouse saved to School
Learn how teach high-frequency sight words using the heart word method and view my Heart Word resource that will help kindergarten, first and second grade students master their sight words.
Kelly Diana Morgan saved to Teaching - ELA
Looking for a manageable shift that aligns with the Science of Reading? Let's look at the difference between Heart Words vs. Flash Words, learn how to teach heart words, and find phonics scope and sequence that can work in your first, second, or third grade classroom. These resources are all FREE, editable, and easy to implement! Click on the link to check out the post!
Wendy Henige saved to School
Last time we were together we took a moment to truly understand the meaning of heart words. Not sure what a heart word is? Click here to read the previous post in this series High Frequency Words Part 2: Heart Words. Furthermore, if you want to know the difference between sight words and high frequency words, click here. This will take you to the first post in the High Frequency Words series: High Frequency Words What Are They? For now we are going to spend some time on making those tricky…
Tanya Kelsey saved to Teacher
I mentioned in my last post that I am taking time this summer to really delve into the science of reading, making plans to adapt my instruction this fall to better reflect what research shows about how children learn to read. One big shift when aligning instruction with the science of reading is in the area of sight words or high frequency words. Many of us have been told that these words are not decodable and that students simply need to memorize them, leading to well-intentioned drilling…
Shelley Hale saved to reading workshop
Help your students develop confidence reading and writing high frequency words, especially those tricky heart words!This bundle will help your students make the tricky words sticky!What are heart words?Heart words are high frequency words that have some part of their word irregularly spelled. Stude...
Rachel Hazuda saved to Special education classroom
Learn how to teach heart words to help primary students gain automaticity when encountering high-frequency words in text.
Patricia Villanueva saved to Reading