New OG Stories with Spring themesAuthor: Heidi Kroner, Executive Director of Literacy Lifeline and Aspire Academy
Posted: May 07, 2017
Two new stories for spring! Dad shops for plants with his sons for a Mother's Day Gift, and Nick and Seth get bikes to ride to school. All stories very appropriate for beginning readers, and OG students who have learned CVC, CVCC, and some VCE (silent e) syllables.
I hope you enjoy them! Please pass around the link!
PDF Download:Spring Themed OG Stories.pdf
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