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In this beginning consonant blends worksheet, students fill in the correct beginning blend according to the picture being labeled. Students complete 4 problems.
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 consonant blends worksheet, students choose the correct beginning blend that starts each picture. Students do this for 4 pictures.
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.
In this phonics worksheet, students look at 4 pictures and then circle the appropriate consonant blend underneath each picture that starts each word.
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.
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Young scholars 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.
Students observe first hand what it is like to be the prey and what he or she must do to blend in and make themselves less noticeable. They participate in a variety of hands-on activities which help them explain how insects hide themselves in nature.
Learners focus their eyes on the conductor in music class. The teacher uses a music sheet to isolate the musical elements of tempo, balance, and blend.
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.
Learners design and create their own three-dimensional insect models to blend into specific types of habitats. They then write description of insect's camouflage, and explain how size, shape, and color help insects survive.
Students explore the concept of primary and secondary colors. In this art and vocabulary lesson plan, students make a "rainbow squeeze" out of red, blue, and yellow gelatin. Colors blend to make various shades as the students squeeze a partially solidified bag of the mixture. Students paint basic shapes and observe the result of mixing two primary colors.
Students study insect camouflage. For this organisms lesson, students design and create their own 3D insect models to blend into a habitat. Students write a paragraph about the camouflage their insect has and explain how their insect is able to survive.
Second graders discuss camouflaging in animals. They create camouflaged animal artwork out of various craft and art supplies and then see how well the creation blends into an outdoor area.
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.