Superkids Literacy Program 

This year your child will read decodable stories about the Superkids and their teacher Ms. Blossom. Everyday your child will read from their decodable reader, work on word work in their workbook, read a magazine article, and participate in book club. All of the writing that we do is connected to what they are learning in reading. 

Please look for spelling words to come home every five days. The memory words are the words that they need to know how to spell from memory. These are sight words. Then there will be pattern words also included. Practice reading words with the weekly pattern throughout the week. The students will have a spelling test on the words every five days. Please check assignment notebooks for daily assignments and test dates. 

Spelling Activities for at home

  • Spell words 5 times in different colors
  • Write sentences for words
  • Make a crossword puzzle
  • Write a letter  or story using spelling words
  • Have someone test you on words
  • Look through books to find spelling words

Unit 1 Skills and Standards Practiced and Assessed  Test Date TBD (Note will be sent home)

Decode words with sh, ch, tch, th, wh, le, ng, y/e/, y/i/, ay/long a/; CV, CVC, CVCe, and CVVC patterns; contractions with not, is, will, are RF.2.3, RF.2.3b

Encode Pattern Words and spell Memory Words L.2.2, L.2.2d

Sequence events; understand homonyms; summarize; recall details RL.2.1, RL.2.2, RI.2.1,RI2.2, and L.2.4

Use correct pronouns and apostrophes to show possession; correct mistakes in end punctuation and capitalization L.2.1, L.2.2, L.2.2c


Unit 2 Skills and Standards Practiced and Assessed: Test will take place on or around TBD. Check Assignment Notebooks for updates. 

Decode words with ar, or, ir, er, ur, aw, awn, all, aul; endings -s, -es, -ed, -ing, -er, -est, with and without spelling changes; recognize the number of syllables in a word; understand homonym RF.2.3, RF.2.3b, RF.2.3d, L.2.4

Encode Pattern Words and spell Memory Words  L.2.2, L.2.2d

Alphabetize to the second letter; understand descriptive language; summarize; make predictions, sequence events or steps; determine important ideas RL.2.1, RL.2.2, RL.2.5, RI.2.1, RI.2.2, L.2.6

Understand that -ed can indicate past tense; use -er and -est to compare things  L.2.1, L.2.1e