Fall Decodable Text

Fall Decodable Text

Fall Decodable Texts

Decodable texts are a valuable tool for students still learning to decode in English. Decodable texts give students the tools that they need to be successful when they are reading. A connected theme allows students to build background knowledge as they read. They will be exposed to similar vocabulary words and be able to use their background knowledge to determine the meaning of new words. Here is a list of fall decodable texts.

What makes a text decodable?

A student must be familiar with the sounds the letters make in the text they are reading for it to be decodable. For a fluent reader, almost any text is decodable. A beginning reader might only be able to decode a short vowel text. It is important to check what phonics patterns a text uses before deciding if it will be decodable for your student. Sometimes, you must introduce a new phonics concept or a few sight words before using a new decodable text.

Fall Decodable Texts

Printable decodable texts with an emergent reader book to build background knowledge. This set of books comes with an emergent reader book at around a second-grade reading level. There are decodable texts for short vowels and long vowels.

Decodable text reading passages or mini books. These texts come with comprehension questions and graphic organizers with pictures to help students write about the story events.

Free decodable reading passages from Readworks.org (free membership required)

Premade books with photographs. Photographs are a great way to use decodable texts with older students.

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Fall Decodable Texts

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