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In this consonant blends worksheet, students match the pictures of 5 objects to the appropriate consonant clusters. The consonant blends include fl, tr, sk, sl, gl.
In this consonant blends worksheet, students match the pictures of 5 objects to the appropriate consonant clusters. The consonant blends include br, st, sn, fr, and sw.
In this phonics worksheet, students look at 4 pictures and then circle the appropriate consonant blend underneath each picture that starts each word.
In this beginning blends word search, students complete a word search, finding 17 words with beginning blends. Words are given in a word search at the bottom of the page.
In this beginning blends worksheet, students find a set of 17 words with beginning blends. Words are found in a list at the bottom of the page. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
For this blend recognition memory worksheet, students circle letters that spell picture words, then write the words beneath their pictures.
In this consonant blends worksheet, students underline the word that best complete the sentences, where they choose from 3 words with the same consonant blend. Students complete 12 problems.
Upper graders analyze the work, Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase by Maria van Oosterwyck. They consider the value of her paintings and how they are still relevent and sought after, 350 years after they were created. The blending of observation and imagination becomes the focus of the analysis as well as the inspiration for the learner's original poems.
Learners practice recognizing and blending letters together to create new and unique words in the process of decoding text. They play a game where they roll dice to help blend a variety of words together and create new ones to analyze and pronounce.
Students practice identifying and isolating individual phonemes to acquire the skill of blending phonemes together in order to strengthen their reading skills. They incorporate flash cards and food items to assist them after reading "Green Eggs and Ham," by Dr. Seuss.
Practice sound stretching by blending some long sounds to make a word. Learners start with simple words such as bed, dog, sun, and banana with the teacher leading the class. After practicing, students apply what they have learned by reading early reader books.
Second graders practice spelling correctly words with short and long vowel sounds, r-controlled vowels, and consonant blend patterns. Students build words using consonant cards with a vowel pattern or word family cards.
Use Kid Pix Deluxe to blend, segment, and decode short vowel words. Learners use the pictures provided to identify the correct spelling of each word. Prepare young ones for the silent /e/ sound with this activity.
Review the phonemic sounds of the alphabet letters before examining how to blend letter sounds to make a word. During this teacher-modeled lesson, learners make word bugs out of three phonemes that blend together. As an assessment, read Cat and Mouse and have listeners raise their hands when they hear a word they created. Apply word recognition to this story to prepare young ones for reading!
Emergent readers use a letter cube to identify, blend, and make words. They roll each of the three letter cubes, mark down the letters they rolled, then blend the letter sounds together to make a word. They record each word on a collection sheet and determine if the words they write are real or nonsense. Letter cubes are included, just print and use.
Pupils practice the skill of blending phonemes smoothly together to become more fluent readers. They blend and decode printed words from their spellings to enhance the pronunciation of certain words. The Body-Coda method developed by Lloyd Eldredge is also stressed within this lesson.
Pupils practice blending sounds into words. After the instructor demonstrates blending phonemes to make words that can be read, students are divided into two teams for a word blending game. Given the initial and final sounds, pupils blend them into words with the team with the most points winning.
In this decoding worksheet, students explore blends and digraphs that split. Students review blends, digraphs, and vowel combinations, read a passage, and complete three sets of activities applying what they just learned. There are seven questions in all.
In these literacy and word usage worksheets, students complete several activities that help them learn to spell and correctly use words with the st, sk, sw, sm blends, the final blends nd, nt, st, and the digraphs ch, wh.