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Aspen Elementary School 2018/2019
What's Under the Cup?
Here is a fun way to practice letters and sounds at home or at school. Grab 4-6 solo cups and some sticky notes. Write the letters you are practicing, one on each sticky note and then place one on each cup. Have your child close their eyes and hide an object under one of the cups. Have them name a letter on the cup, then lift the cup to see if they can find the object! Keep trying until you find the object. Then, play again (with a new object under the cup!) You can try it with high frequency words too!
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Kelly OBranovic has spent years in first grade teaching kids to read! It's one of her favorite things to do! Now she works as a reading specialist at AES! She is a lover of books, all ages, all kinds. They're a work of art!
For quite some time now, Sara Reveal has been teaching at Aspen Elementary School--and loves it! She has taught first and second grades in the past, and now enjoys teaching literacy. While being passionate about helping children find their love of learning, Sara is especially determined to help students cultivate a feeling of joy and wonder when reading.
Lauren loves everything that has to do with kids and numbers! Her motto... "Math, No Problem!"
What are WE Reading?
BAS Scoring Guide
BAS Reading List by Level
High Frequency Words (K-2)
BAR Scope and Sequence
HFW Rainbow System