Parts of Speech
Story Elements
Phonics
Writing
Reading
100

Person, place, or thing

What is a noun?

100

The most important person in a story.

What is a character?

100

What you get when you take big words apart.

What is a syllable?

100

A sentence must start with one.

What is a capital letter.

100

Using one sound for a letter then trying the other sound it makes.

What is Flippy Dolphin?

200

At the end of a base word

What is a suffix?

200

Something that happens in a story.

What is an event?

200

Two letters that make a new sound.

What is a digraph?

200

A place to look for correct spelling.

What is a word book or dictionary

200

The get your mouth ready to say the beginning letter in a word you don't know.

What is Lips the Fish?

300

the action in the sentence

What is a verb?


300

Where or when the story happens.

What is the setting?

300

A vowel team that makes a new sound, as in coin.

What is a dipthong?

300

Sentences end with this.

What is punctuation?

300

To look at each letter, think of its sound, and blend them together, similar to tapping.

What is Stretchy Snake?
400

Describes a noun

What is a adjective


400

How the problem was fixed

What is the solution?

400

Two letters that you can hear each sound but said fast.

What is a blend?

400

Used to hear each sound in a word.

What is tapping?

400

To start at the capital letter, only saying beginning sound of unknown word, and stop at the end of the sentence.

What is Skippy Frog?

500

Replaces a noun

What is a pronoun?

500

The difficulty in the story.

What is the problem?

500

/ar/, /or/, /ir/, /ur/, and /er/ 

What are R-controlled vowels or "Bossy R"

500

Has a subject and an action.

What is a complete sentence?

500

Looking for smaller words, or parts you know, in unknown big words.

What is Chunky Monkey?

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