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  • Animal nouns and verbs

    Animal nouns and verbs

    Reading ELDLesson 1

    Learn singuar nouns like dog and horse and how to talk about what they do with action verbs, like "the dog jumps." This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st grad…

  • Verb endings

    Verb endings

    Reading ELDLesson 1

    Can you change the meaning of a verb just by adding a few letters? Practice inflectional endings like -ed and -ing. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade studen…

  • Using articles in the kitchen

    Using articles in the kitchen

    Reading ELDLesson 1

    Look for items you might find in a kitchen and practice using articles to talk about them: the pot, the pan, a chef, an apron. This lesson is for 2nd or 3rd gr…

  • Kitchen words
    English LearnersKindergarten

    Kitchen words

    Reading ELDLesson 1

    Walk around the kitchen and learn words for the things we might find in a kitchen or use to make food. This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st graders with beg…

  • Rooms in your home
    English LearnersKindergarten

    Rooms in your home

    Reading ELDLesson 2

    Take a tour of a home and learn the words for the different rooms we may have in our homes. This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st graders with beginning Engl…

  • Community helpers

    Community helpers

    Reading ELDLesson 2

    Sound out words with the Phonics Queen, then learn plural noun words for groups of community helpers like doctors, mail carriers, and firefighters. This lesson…

  • Plural nouns

    Plural nouns

    Reading ELDLesson 2

    How can we talk about more than one of something? Ms. Radue shares tricks to remember how to add an -s or -es to make a noun plural. This lesson is for 2nd and…

  • Homes and action words

    Homes and action words

    Reading ELDLesson 2

    Do you cook in the basement? Or sleep in the bathroom? Of course not! Learn about all the rooms in a house and the action verbs for the activities you do there…

Additional Resources

Read, Write, ROAR!

Read, Write, ROAR!

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade | English Language Arts | Kindergarten–3rd Grade learners build literacy skills with engaging ELA lessons.

Simple Gift Series

Pre-K | English Language Arts | Social and Emotional Learning | Preschoolers will make music with Marty the Music Man, find something new in Miss Linette’s Curiosity Corner, and read with Betty the Bookworm.