The grade-level Resource Packs (2 boxes per grade: Part 1 and Part 2) support the Units of Study in Phonics. Each resource pack contains a variety of full-color, illustrated, posters; charts; picture, photo, word, and letter cards; copies of poems and songs; assessment materials; and much more.
Lucy Calkins, Natalie Louis, et al.
Coming Soon: unit summaries for Grade 2
About the Series
The new Units of Study in Phonics:
Nell K Duke, Heidi Anne Mesmer
Lester L. Laminack, Katie Kelly
Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell
Words That Sing is an illustrated collection of poems, songs, and rhymes that will fill children with language, ideas, and imagery, which will help them use and enjoy the oral and written word. Enlarged charts make it possible for children to “read” a much more complex text than they could independently, enabling each child—regardless of reading level—to benefit from the many values and goals that poetry brings to the classroom.
Katie Wood Ray, Lisa B Cleaveland
A Teacher’s Guide to Getting Started with Beginning Writers will help you establish a routine for writing in your classroom and help your youngest students become writers.
The Children You Teach is a book of stories about students and teachers. But it is also a book about children’s development. Each chapter tells the true story of a child or teacher facing a dilemma. Weaving in research from psychological science, Susan Engel shows how to look at children through a developmental lens, which can change what happens in the classroom, and transform the craft of teaching.
The Units of Study in Phonics are supported by grade-level Resource Packs (2 boxes per grade: Part 1 and Part 2). Each resource pack contains a variety of full-color, illustrated, posters; charts; picture, photo, word, and letter cards; copies of poems and songs; assessment materials; and much more to engage children and support daily instruction.
The transformation that happens during kindergarten is astonishing. At the start of your year, many of your children will be holding their books upside down and backwards and making letters look like squiggles, but by the end the year, they will be reading and writing for their own important purposes. Phonics instruction is at the center of this transformation.
For first graders, phonics is all-important. In this one year, students are expected to go from reading little books comprised of just a few pages to reading early chapter books. In writing, too, there are ambitious expectations—children begin writing a few lines on a couple of pages and end the year writing books with chapters—filling up multiple lines on a page and organizing their writing into sections.
Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ (FPC) is a cohesive, multi-text approach to literacy instruction for all students in grades PreK–6. The System is designed to support whole-group, small-group and independent learning opportunities including: interactive read-aloud, reading minilessons, shared reading, phonics/spelling/word study lessons, guided reading, book clubs, and independent reading collections.
The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Interactive Read-Aloud Collection is the foundation for literacy instruction, and is organized into 25 text sets that reflect a global perspective with a diversity of characters, settings, and topics. Each text set contains four to six high-quality picture books with engaging illustrations that represent a variety of authors and illustrators, topics, genres, themes, and text structures.
Although human beings don't experience the metamorphosis that characterizes the life of a caterpillar, the transformation that happens during kindergarten is no less astonishing. Many of your children start their year holding books upside down and backwards and making letters look like squiggles, and then end the year reading and writing for their own important purposes. Phonics instruction is at the center of this transformation.
First-grade phonics is all-important, In this one year, students are expected to make the growth that enables them to go from reading little books comprised of just a few pages to reading early chapter books. In writing, too, there are ambitious expectations—children are asked to go from writing a few lines on a couple of pages to writing books with chapters—filling up multiple lines on a page and organizing their writing into sections.
Marie Mounteer, Lizzie Hetzer, et al.
About the Unit
This engaging new book-length unit will transform your kindergartners into inventive spellers, giving them the tools and strategies they need to approximate the words that are most meaningful for them. The unit celebrates invented spellings as kids develop foundational skills, knowing that your front-and-center goal will be to persuade your kids that they can write, that they too can be members of the literacy club.
Gay Su Pinnell, Irene Fountas
Now aligned to the Expanded Edition of The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum!
Play and language are critical learning tools for the prekindergarten child. Through play and language, they learn about their world and about themselves. These are also the most important tools for early literacy learning. In Literacy Beginnings, Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell bring rich, comprehensive, and practical insights to the frontier of early literacy.
Thomas P Carpenter, Megan Loef Franke, et al.