KinderRoots Reading Workshop

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Foundation Stage 2
Reading
SFA – KinderRoots
Skills needs for reading
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Oral language development
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Concept of print
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Good listening skills
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Listening comprehension
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Phonics and words skills
In Foundation Stage the main
strategy for learning how to
read words is Phonics
abcd ef g h I j kl m
n op qr s t u vw xyz
As the children learn the
letter/sound correspondences they
also learn how to blend and segment
Blending
Segmenting
c-a-t
dog
h-o-p
kip
f-r-o-g
jump
Last week the children did a Phonic
Assessment with Mrs Phillips
They’re Ready to start
KinderRoots!!!!
The main character in the first
book is …
Sad Sam
In order to read the KinderRoots
books the children will need to
tackle 3 things
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Green words – means go! – Stretch and Read (sound out and blend)
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Red words – Say-Spell-Say (using letter names)
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Readles – a picture to help with a word
Green words
Let’s
practice
My turnYour turn
Red words
Let’s practice
Say – Spell –
Say
My turn-Your
turn
Readles
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These are words
that add context to
the story.
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They are not green
or red words.
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The picture is there
to help the child
remember the
word.
What will the KinderRoots week look like?
Day
What we will do in school
What you will need to do at
home
Monday
We will read a story or an information book to
develop –
• Oral language development
• Concept of print
• Good listening skills
• Listening comprehension
Listen to your child read his/her
Oxford Reading Tree (from the
previous weekend)
What will the KinderRoots week look like?
Day
What we will do at school
What you will need to do
at home
Tuesday
We will introduce the new
KinderRoots book
Listen to your children
read as much as they can
– remember it will
probably be their first day
– support them as
necessary
We will teach Letter, Word and Story
activities
We will do Group reading
Remember to read your
part on each page
Reading at home
This is the adult’s part to read.
This is the child’s part to read.
What will the KinderRoots week look like?
Day
What we will do at school
What you will need to do
at school
Wednesday
We will continue with more Letter,
Word and Story activities –
developing children’s confidence
Listen to your child read
Remember to read your
part on each page
The children will read with a partner
Celebration – 2 children will read
their favourite page(s) from their
book
Maybe read the practice
page today
Practice page
These are the green words – remember to
stretch and read.
These are the red the words – remember to sayspell-say.
These are practice sentences.
What will the KinderRoots week look like?
Day
What we will do at school
What you will need to do at
home
Thursday
We will continue with more Letter, Word and
Story activities – developing children’s accuracy
Listen to your child read
The children will read with a partner
The children will answer the comprehension
questions with a partner – he/she will be
encourage to speak in full sentences
Remember to read your part on
each page
Discuss the comprehension
questions (remind your child to
answer in full sentences) they
can also record their answers
Comprehension questions
“Yes, Dad is mad”
“Yes, Matt is mad”
“No, Sad Sam is not mad”
What will the KinderRoots week look like?
Day
What we will do at school
What you will need to do at
home
Friday
We will continue with more Letter, Word and
Story activities – developing children’s fluency
Your child will bring their book
home – they can keep it at
home
We will do Group reading
We will write a sentence(s) about the story
Celebration – 2 children will read their
favourite page(s) from their book
He/she will also bring an Oxford
Reading Tree book that will
have words for them to read –
this may be a bit more difficult
for them – so support and
encourage them as necessary
Any questions?
Just remember
Your child will now have an Oxford Reading Tree book to read at
the weekend and on a Monday night
 Your child will get a KinderRoots book on a Tuesday
 The small print at the top of the page is for you to read
 The larger print at the bottom of the page is for your child to
read
 Green words – Stretch and read
 Red words – Say-Spell-Say
 Research shows that those children who read regularly at home
and school make good to outstanding progress
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