Big news, y'all! I just started a new product line to help kindergarten and first grade teachers with their struggling students. What I have done is gathered up common intervention practice skills and made them into seasonal activities.
Teaching intervention activities is usually done in small group or in a one-on-one setting, so getting an invention bucket is very important. This will have all the manipulatives you might need on hand.
What I included in mine:
-witch fingers to track and decode
-white board and dry erase markers
-intervention centers laminated and in ziploc baggies
-clear circle chips to cover letters or medial vowels
-highlighter strips to track and read
So yesterday I created a growing bundle that includes an entire year of intervention activities. The skills begin easier for R.T.I. and intervention and get harder as the year progresses. Skills such as letter naming and letter identifying will occur in August, where comprehension and fluency may happen in May. Many of the skills will repeat from month to month for practicing purposes.
Here is a list of activities that will be covered.
Here are a few of the activities that are currently available from the intervention packs!
Here are the links to the products I outlined in this blog post:
Or save big with the growing bundle: