Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten

Monday, November 5, 2012

Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten

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Teach Kindergartners Reading in a fun, hand son way. 
Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten - this is such a fun way for kids to improve their reading by mastering sight words. Includes fun sight word worksheets like color by sight words, weekly sight word readers, and creative sight word games. LOVE THIS!

Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten is the next step to the hugely popular Reading the Easy Way Program.  This is a fun, hands-on reading program for kids that uses lots of repetition so children truly master the kindergarten sight wordsHere is what others are saying about Reading the Easy Way:

Andrea says:
We LOVE this program! We even made the words into bath-time fun by writing them on foam. They can build (even silly) sentences on the wall with them now. Thank you!!
Krisina says:
I LOVE LOVE your reading program!!

See Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten Reviewed here:



Teaching Kindergartners to Read the EASY Way

In just 15 minutes a day / 5 days a week, this program will have your child doing fun activities, playing games, and reading. The program incorporates the 40 sight words mastered in reading the Easy Way and adds 5 new words every week.  Upon completion of the 12 week program your child will have mastered 100 sight words! These Dolch sight words make up 50% of all children’s printed literature!


Ages: 4 – 7 
Kindergarten Worksheets - Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten Sample
This program is based on the Kindergarten Dolch Sight Word list.  It is perfect for use in Preschool after completing Reading the Easy Way, as a supplement to your child’s Kindergarten public school education, as a supplement to your Kindergarten homeschool language arts curriculum, for Summer Enrichment, to help remedial readers, or to reinforce key sight words to strengthen early readers at any age.

What’s Included:  ALL NEW clipart & GAMES!
  • 120 pages!
  • 12 Week Lesson Plan (very little prep with clearly labeled sheets!)
  • Roll & Read Game / Flashcards
  • Trace! Read! Stamp!
  • Sight Word Coloring
  • Word Search
  • Fishing for Sight Words Game
  • Home Run! Game
  • Sight Word Bingo (2 versions)
  • Detective Match-Up Game
  • Flip the Pancake Game
  • 10  Readers (new one every week!)
  • Progress Charts
  • Certificate of Completion

Learn Kindergarten Primer Dolch Sight Words 

This product has been designed to work with all 52 of the following sight words from the Dolch Primer list:
all, am, are, at, be, black, brown, but, came, did, do, eat, four, get, have, good, he, into, like, must, new, no, now, on, our, out, please, pretty, ran, ride, saw, say, she, so, soon, that, there, they, is, too, under, want, was, well, went, what, white, who, will, with, and yes.

Kids will master the 52 Kindergarten Dolch words, review the 40 Preschool Dolch words, and feel confident beginning to read when using this product! 

How to Use Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten


For those of you who are more visual (like I am). Here is a sample of what you would do on a weekly basis. The included lesson plans go into more details.
Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten - Reading Worksheets

 Reading the Easy Way FAQ 

  • Since Reading the Easy Way 2 incorporates words from Reading the Easy Way do I really need to buy/complete the first one before doing Reading the Easy Way 2?  Unless your child is already in Kindergarten (typically 5 years old) and knows some basic sight words, this program will not act as a substitute for truly MASTERING the 40 words your child will learn in Reading the Easy Way! The goal is for your child to know these key sight words instantly and easily.  Again, these words are common words your child will use over and over their entire life. You want them to have a firm foundation! (If you haven’t completed Reading the Easy Way, save 25% by purchasing the Reading the Easy Way 1 & 2 Combo with over 200 pages of learning fun for only $16.)
  • Are there any discount codes? Make sure to subscribe to my Facebook & Twitter pages as promotional codes are offered occasionally. You can purchase the Reading the Easy Way BUNDLE to save $$.

Buy Reading the EASY Way Kindergarten

Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten



only $10*  Add Reading the Easy Way Kindergarten to Cart
*Licensed for 1 family. If you are using it with a coop or classroom please purchase a teacher licensed version at my TPT store.







Reading the Easy Way BUNDLE [Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade]


Save $$ by Buying the Bundle!
(Preschool, Kindergarten & 1st Grade – that’s over 300 pages of learning FUN!)
only $25*
Add Reading the Easy Way BUNDLE to Cart 
*Licensed for 1 family. If you are using it with a coop or classroom please purchase a teacher licensed version at my TPT store.




Disclaimer: Because this is a downloadable file and cannot be physically returned, there are no refunds offered on purchases. If you have questions, please be sure to ask before buying ~ I would be happy to help you out!




69 comments:

  1. Lovely giveaway once again and great ideas for the future!

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  2. Great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  3. My favorite preschool resource is our public library. So many great books to read out loud!

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  4. My favorite preschool resource is the local library!!

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  5. My favorite preschool resource is Carisa (1+1+1=1)

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  6. My favorite resource is the internet.

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  7. I would love this. My kids are 3 and 5 so its perfect tool. Our favorite resource is scholastic books we can get new books to read and help our preschool and elementary school earn teaching materials and books.

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  8. My favorite preschool resource is Pinterest! Tons of ideas for crafts, lesson plans, printables, etc! Plus, a large variety of people to follow to get a variety of perspectives on teaching!

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  9. Love the giveaways! Our favorite preschool resource is our library.

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  10. oh....AND our other favorite preschool resource is livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com !!!!!

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  11. Our favorite preschool resource is the internet. There is so many great websites out there. Love Living Life Intentionally and Confessions of a Homeschooler, I get tons of great preschool printables from both.

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  12. Favorite resource is my laminator. Saves a lot of paper!

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  13. Little Hands to Heaven from Heart of Dakota

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  14. My favorite preschool resource is the internet or our public library; it's a toss up.

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  15. Thank you for the 25% discount on the combo package.

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  18. My favorite resource is combo of Internet+library

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  19. I like literature based activities, so if I can find a book that has ideas based on my children's favorite stories I will use that. My current favorite is Zoobilee by Barker Creek Press!

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  20. Pinterest, and the many homeschool christian bloggers like yourself who create great curriculum for us! Its a God given gift.

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  21. Preschool Activities in a Bag are a few of my favorite resources! I also love Before Five in a Row. This giveaway looks great ... I would love to try it with my daughter.Thank you for posting.

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  22. We generally use free resources online or the library.

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  23. My favorite so far is Before Five in a Row. I love that it encourages letting children be children and not a huge focus on traditional learning.

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  24. I would like to teach my kiddos English and this is the best way ever I found, I love it. And I hope win it, thanks for the giveaway,
    Joa

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  25. My favorite resource is confessions of a homeschooler or 1+1+1=1. I always look there first.

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  26. My pre-schooler's favorite books are the Ladybug Girl and Llama Llama series. She's 3 1/2, bright, knows her alphabet, and I'm hoping to find a way to encourage her to learn to start reading. Pinterest has been a good resource for homeschooling and learning activities :)

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  27. Beth, I'm so excited about these! I've already told my husband that we're going to teach our daughter to read for $10 but now I can say $16... or maybe free! I'm so excited! Thanks for the opportunity. I have used a lot of 1+1+1+1 resources!

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  28. We're on week 2 of Reading the Easy Way and so far I've been very pleased! I tend to use bits and pieces from various sites. I've found the resources on kidzone.ws and first-school.ws to be the ones I use the most frequently.

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  29. I would love to win this for my kids. Thanks for sharing!!

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  30. My favorite resource is the internet. I love finding books and then trying to find activities that go with them.

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  31. My favorite preschool resource is all the printables that are available so that would be the internet.

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  32. My favorite source is the internet

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  33. My favorite resource is the Internet. There are so many wonderful blogs: living life intentionally, homeschool share, 1+1+1+1, etc.

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  34. My favourite preschool resource is Teachers Pay Teachers ;)

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  35. My favorite preschool resource is Pinterest.. lol

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  36. My favorite resource is the internet!

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  37. I have several favorites: 1+1+1=1, Confessions of a Homeschooler, and the library.

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  38. Where to begin!?! There are so many GREAT preschool resources!! A few of my favorites are Confessions of a Homeschooler, 1+1+1=1 (both online), and I also love the "Mead" brand workbooks! My daughter enjoys both the math and the reading readiness workbooks!

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  39. my fav preschool resource is the internet...

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  40. Awesome giveaway - I'm VERY interested!!! :) My favorite resource is pinterest and blog linky parties.

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  41. My favorite preschool resourse is www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com. I would love to try this!

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  42. I have a plethora of early childhood literature that I build activities around, games, printables and crafts I find on the net, etc. Some of my favorite authors are Dr. Seuss, Mo Willems, David Shannon & Eric Carle. I collected these picture/storybooks when I taught preschool. Many from garage sales, library sales, Kohls $5 books, et

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  43. I use a lot of the awesome blogs that I follow as great resources! Including your amazing site! Thanks!

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  44. I have several blogs that I love to use, including this one! :)

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  46. Magnet letters have been a favorite here for teaching my toddlers their letters and sounds.

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  47. My favorite preschool resource is 2teachingmommies so far; I just found your blog ;)

    Thank you for this opportunity!

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  48. favorite resource has to be the internet and my printer with all the resources out there i find this most helpful

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  49. I love any national geographic books of why

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  50. There are so many resources available in the libraries and on the internet. I'm a firm believer that if someone can read well, the rest of life is a little easier. :)

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  51. I couldn't live without Pinterest or some logs, including yours!!!

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  52. Many blogs (including yours... love the wall cards), pininterest and workbooks.

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  53. I am learning alot from pinterest and education blogs...I am new at this so I have not encountered any great books yet but I am searching and consolidating all my resources to start homeschooling

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  54. Any of the Dr. Seuss books :)

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  55. My favorite resources are blogs like Homeschool Creations, 1+1+1=1, Confessions of a Homeschooler, Living Life Intentionally, and YouTube for educational videos.

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  56. I love any thing from Homeschool creations, Confession of a Homeschooler, and Living Life Intentionally.

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  57. The internet (and Pinterest) is flooded with fabulous resources for preschoolers!

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  58. I love using old teacher assignments from my mother's school to use. I also find things on the internet that help as well.

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  59. I love the Reading the Easy Way 1, I hope you keep on going. I've finally found a way to work on reading with my son, without him getting frustrated. Thank you!

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  60. Thanks Jen K.! You are so sweet =-) I am so glad it is working well with your kiddo!
    Beth

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  61. I love YouTube. Great videos especially by HooplaKidz.

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  62. I am loving all the free resources on the web, within our local home school community , and the graciousness of discounts :)

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  63. My toddler really loves wipe clean work books where you use whiteboard pens and then wipe it off. Inspired!

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  64. My favorite preschool resource is Living Life Intentionally. No, really. I absolutely love, love all of the awesome things that you share.

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