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Reading Intervention Binder for Beginning Readers No Prep ELA SOR Aligned

Rated 4.86 out of 5, based on 9321 reviews
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Miss DeCarbo
Grade Levels
K - 2nd, Homeschool
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154 pages
Miss DeCarbo

What educators are saying

This was perfect to use with my struggling students. I put all the pages in sheet protectors and used it for one-on-one intervention.
Great resource for my students who are learning their letters/letter sounds. Lots of different activities to help build their confidence as readers.
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This is a no-prep reading intervention binder that is aligned to the science of reading and explicitly teaches and reinforces letter identification, letter sounds, phonemic awareness, handwriting, CVC words, blends, digraphs, nonsense words, phoneme segmentation, sentence fluency, and more!

When and where should I use this binder?

The No-Prep Reading Intervention Binder is ideal for one-on-one instruction, small reading groups, paraprofessional groups, Tier 2 and Tier 3 intervention groups, practice, and reteaching! The binder is ink-friendly and can be used over and over again with the use of sheet protectors and dry erase markers. Your time is precious! Intervention should be powerful,purposeful, and easy to prep!Intervention tools will be at your fingertips with your time-saving and effective binder!

What skills does this intervention binder cover?

Letter Identification and Letter Naming

Letter Sounds

Phoneme Segmentation

CVC Words (short vowel words)

Blends and Digraphs

Nonsense Words


What grade(s) is this reading intervention binder designed for?

This pack was designed for kindergarten and first-grade students. However, it's important to focus on the SKILLS your students need to be reinforced and taught. Therefore, many second grade teachers and TONS of special education teachers have used this with their struggling readers who are still working on short vowel words, and they have found SUCCESS!

How do you use the reading intervention binder?

Each page contains directions, making it simple to give to a parent volunteer, paraprofessional, new reading teacher, or aide for use with your students! You could even print the pages out for your students to practice at home for reinforcement after you work with them. Students work through the pages in each section (you can jump around from section to section as needed) and use dry erase markers to complete the activities.

Can I use this for assessment purposes?

This intervention pack was not created for the purpose of assessment, but I have a coordinating No Prep ASSESSMENT Binder with editable data recording sheets, assessments, and parent reports that you can find here:

No Prep Assessment Binder ELA Edition

The intervention binder is great to use for practice before, between, or after progress monitoring.

My students need long vowels and more complex phonics patterns. Do you have a binder with increased difficulty?

Yes! If you are looking for intervention for more advanced phonics patterns, check out my No Prep Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2 resource here:

No Prep Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2

"Miss DeCarbo, how do YOU use the reading binder in your classroom?"

I pull my kids back one at a time (sometimes in twos or threes), and we work on several pages from a specific section together during our RTI time. The possibilities for using this pack are endless and can be catered to meet your students' needs!

I hope you enjoy this literacy intervention tool as it prepares your students to succeed in their beginning reading skills. I have been using it in my classroom, and it has been SO effective and simple to use! My students have truly enjoyed the activities within this binder and love getting to work one-on-one with me and during our small intervention groups.

Please note: This pack will ONLY be changed or edited in the event of an error. Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have prior to your purchase at [email protected]


Need the 2nd ELA edition?!

The 2nd Edition contains intervention for long vowels, vowel teams, diphthongs, r-controlled vowels, and more! It is the perfect pack for your "next steps" for intervention!

Find my 2nd Edition No Prep Intervention Binder by clicking HERE

You can find ALL of my No Prep Intervention Binders here:

No Prep Intervention Binder ELA Edition

No Prep Intervention Binder ELA Edition 2

No Prep Intervention Binder MATH Edition

No Prep Intervention BUNDLE ELA and MATH

Check out my coordinating No Prep ASSESSMENT Binders:

No Prep Assessment Binder ELA Edition

No Prep Assessment Binder Math Edition

No Prep Assessment Binder BUNDLE

*If you like this intervention binder, you may like some of my other intervention packs:

Sight Word Fluency Passages for Reading Intervention

Read and Retell: Intervention for Fluency and Comprehension

Happy Learning,

Christina DeCarbo-Wagers

Miss DeCarbo, Inc.

Copyright 2014

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154 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.


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