English Language Arts

The Michigan Learning Channel provides supplemental English support for Kindergarten through 3rd Grade that are aligned with Michigan educational standards.

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  • Nonfiction: arctic habitat
    English1st Grade

    Nonfiction: arctic habitat

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 5

    Learn about the Arctic habitat while learning about syllables and parts of the text.

  • Vowel teams
    English2nd Grade

    Vowel teams

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 5

    When 2 vowels go walking, the first one does the talking. Two vowels next to each other in a word are called a vowel team.

  • How stories are structured
    English3rd Grade

    How stories are structured

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 5

    Structure of the text; compare and contrast, cause and effect, or sequence text.

  • Facts and Fiction
    EnglishKindergarten

    Facts and Fiction

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 5

    When Chicken Little tells us, "the sky is falling," is he telling the truth? This reading lesson explores real and made-up stories

  • Adjectives
    English1st Grade

    Adjectives

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 6

    Learn about adjectives and character reactions within a story

  • Learn about adjectives
    English2nd Grade

    Learn about adjectives

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 6

    Learn more about adjectives and identify the parts of a fiction story!

  • Cause and effect in nonfiction
    English3rd Grade

    Cause and effect in nonfiction

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 6

    Know your reading purposes and tackle "cause and effect" in nonfiction!

  • Sight words and main ideas
    EnglishKindergarten

    Sight words and main ideas

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 6

    First, review the alphabet and sight words and then revisit main ideas and key details!

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