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In this word ending blends worksheet, students use words in a word bank, context clues, and pictures to add ending blends to words in sentences. Students complete five words.
Work on sounding out blends with this fun snake visual! Learners can start at the head of the snake and roll a die to move along his segments. Each segment has a different blend in it such as sm, cl, and bl. Use this game in stations around your classroom for partners or small groups to work on.
In this consonant blends worksheet, students use picture clues to identify words from a word bank, write the word under its picture, and circle the blend. Students write six answers.
Fabric dyeing and textile art has been around for hundreds of years. Budding fabric artists explore the Batik dyeing technique and color blending as they create unique and personal designs. The full step-by-step procedure and materials list make this a great art lesson.
In this blends worksheet, young scholars complete 7 sentences by choosing from 12 words given. Students find the 7 words in a word search. Young scholars also unscramble 3 words.
Students strengthen their reading of new words with phonics and blending sounds in short words. They interact with word cards with short letter sounds like sit, mat, fit, etc. Each student also assesses magnetic letters to physically move together and blend the letter-sounds to read new words.
Use this silly story about consonants and vowels to illustrate basic consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words. Using a picture of a slide, move different letter cards down to create word combinations. Learners get to manipulate the letter cards on their own after the guided learning piece.
Students examine word blends. In this word blends lesson plan, students investigate common word blends. Working in pairs, students analyze words containing blends and generate a word list.
Students become stars of their own educational video in this project that allows learning in several different styles.
S-i-t spells sit and it is composed of three different sounds that blend together. Teach your kinder class about letter sounds and phoneme blends. They sound out several words as a class to practice their early reading skills.
Students improve blending skills. They produce many individual short utterances and mouth moves (phonemes) into one long utterance (words) and create their own blending caterpillar. They draw a picture of a caterpillar with three circular body parts.
In this ending blends activity, students read the sentences and circle the words that have the final nd blend, the nt blend, or the st blend. Students then write these words on the correct line that matches the ending blend sound.
For this consonant blends worksheet, students look at the blends in the stars: gr, tr, pr, dr, sl, cl, pl, st, and sp. Students then find the words from the box that contain the same blend and write these words in the star and another word that shares the blend.
This resource is more of a suggestion than a full lesson. It explains how young pre-readers can work with their teacher to practice blending phonemes to make words. The class watches the teacher as she says and orally segments a word into its initial, medial, and final phonemic parts. They then practice doing the same thing.
First graders listen closely as their teacher sounds out a variety of words, one phoneme at a time. They then practice blending sounds to create words on their own. Tip: While you sound out words have your class write down each phoneme (letter) you sound out so they can build the connection between phonics and writing.
In this ending blends worksheet, students read the sentences and find the ending sound and match it to the blend in the box that completes the word. Students write the letters of the ending blends to the sounds they match with. Students then say the names of the pictures and circle the word that ends with the same ending blend sound as the picture.
In this ending blends worksheet, students read the sentences, find the ending blend in the box that completes each word, and write the final blend letters on the lines to complete each word. Students then say the names of the pictures and circle the word that ends with same final blend as the picture.
In this consonant blends worksheet, students read the sentences and use the correct blend from the box to complete each word. Students then say the names of the pictures and circle the word with the same blend as the picture.
In this phonics instructional activity, 3rd graders read each of 10 sentences, say the underlined word, and choose the word that has the same initial or final consonant blend sound. They fill in a bubble for the chosen answer.
Kids see, say, then count the phonemes they hear in a series of simple words. They practice counting phonemes with the teacher, then sound out the same word on their own. As they count each phoneme they write it down on their paper. A great way to connect reading and writing.