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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. Kids 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.
Learners discover the challenges of single parent and blended families, noting the positive and negative effects of each. The lesson includes video clips, case studies, discussions, and an Internet quiz. There is also some attention given to crisis management strategies.
Students are introduced to the concept of segmentation and blending of words. As a class, they are shown various words and are asked to determine the amount of letters and sounds in each. To end the lesson, they participate in a guessing game in which they practice both techniques.