Phew, summer is finally here! Be sure to send your artic kiddos home with activities—fun ones that they’ll actually do—so you aren’t starting all over again in September!
Print out a copy of the instructions and the calendar for each student. Then, make a word list with words grouped in sets of three. You will need to create a word set for each week your kiddos are out of school.
I’d suggest using words that you know they have just about mastered (80% or higher) and there is no need to stick with only one target. The purpose is to get automaticity with words that are nearly there to keep skills sharp, encourage carry-over and, hopefully, to get some generalization.
A word list for initial “l” might look like this for one month:
June 9-15: look, like, luck
June 16-22: lunch, lip, lid
June 23-29: last, long, low
June 30-July 6: lick, lap, loud
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Enjoy your time off!