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Consonance and Dissonance Activities
Hone those musical ears to identify consonance and dissonance in music being played live or on a recording. Learners will work through four activities where they will listen to consonant and dissonant notes being played first by the teacher, then via recording.
K - 12th Visual & Performing Arts 22 Views 37 Downloads
Phonics Instructional Routine: Read and Write Words with Consonant Digraphs
Use consonant digraphs to introduce learners to word patterns and high frequency words. They observe a chart with the digraphs /sh/, /ch/, /th/, and /wh/. After listening to each of these phonemes, scholars watch as the teacher categorizes single-syllable words into the chart based on their initial digraphs.
K - 1st Language Arts 48 Views 140 Downloads
Beginning Consonant Sounds
Young readers practice their beginning consonant sounds. Solid worksheets prompt students to practice their consonant in fun ways. These worksheets use Clifford the Big Red Dog as a theme, and give the kids excellent and colorful practice.
Pre-K - 2nd Language Arts 11 Views 56 Downloads
Beginning Consonant Sounds
Readers practice reading words with the same letter sound to connect those letters and sounds. They recognize beginning consonant sounds by reading and listening to a story that highlights select words. They also construct a story by actively choosing words, use picture clues to aid comprehension, and match beginning consonant sounds.
K - 1st Language Arts 12 Views 75 Downloads
Phonetics: The Study of Speech Sounds
A beginning study of linguistics will include phonetics and the way sound is made. Show your class these great slides with pictures and examples of consonants, vowels, and blends. Placement of the tongue, lips, etc. are displayed to give helpful visual representation.
Higher Ed Language Arts 6 Views 5 Downloads
English Skills Worksheet (6.203)
In this multiple English activities worksheet, students complete a variety of assignments: write three onomatopoeia sentences, add ten endings to ten words, give the root words to eight words, play two rounds of word chess, find the missing consonants and vowels in nine words, label ten spelling words with their parts of speech, solve three anagrams, write a short story, proofread a short story for spelling errors and create a crossword puzzle on music.
5th - 6th Language Arts 23 Views 149 Downloads
Vowels and Consonants
Now that your scholars know the alphabet, make sure they understand that not all letters are the same! Explore the difference between vowels and consonants...not to mention that pesky y. Learners say the alphabet out loud and observe vowel and consonant caterpillars (consider making these for the classroom).
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 15 Downloads
Who Knows the Letter?
Help learners identify initial consonant sounds and letters that represent that sound. They indicate awareness of consonant sounds and letters by responding with a physical movement. They also sing using "Sing Your Way Through Phonics" products.
K Language Arts 40 Views 151 Downloads
Hello Class: Consonant Blends
Review consonant blends with your scholars. Learners read a series of words containing a consonant blend, such as sp and mp. Then, they solve riddles involving these sounds. Finally, they create a list of words that have consonant blends.
2nd Language Arts 3 Views 4 Downloads
Consonant Digraphs Junior Jeopardy
Games are great for reinforcing key skill sets and providing fun practice. Here are two games complete with printable materials and instructions. Children will play consonant digraph Jeopardy and digraph concentration using the same set of digraph cards.
K - 3rd Language Arts 4 Views 4 Downloads
New Review The Poet's Toolbox
If you need a lesson for your poetry unit, use two poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ("Rain in Summer" and "The Slave in the Dismal Swamp") and a resource on Elements of Poetry. The lesson plan guides you through activities on figurative language and poetic structure, and provides worksheets for kids to write their own examples of similes and metaphors.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 28 Views 18 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
ABC, Easy as 123
Kindergartners practice identifying the sight and sounds of vowels and consonants. They identify beginning consonants in single-syllable words and print the letters of the alphabet. This outstanding resource has many excellent website-based activities embedded in it, as well as a nice list of book suggestions that would make great additions to your teaching plans.
K Language Arts 14 Views 60 Downloads
What do chug and chain have in common? The consonant digraph ch of course. Hold onto your hats – here is a packet of worksheets with enough practice activities to fill a short unit. It contains two lists of ch words, three practice worksheets, a game, word cards for the word wall, and a miniature book.
K - 2nd Language Arts 13 Views 11 Downloads
THE BLENDING SLIDE
Your beginning readers will practice blending sounds with this hands-on activity! Each learner gets their own paper slide, cards with consonants, and cards with vowels. Then, after practicing as a class, they can blend consonant and vowel sounds to create CVC words!
K - 1st Language Arts 17 Views 57 Downloads
Blending Buddies: Pronunciation Practice
Pairs or groups of beginning readers choose cards from two stacks: one with consonant blends, the other with word parts. You have made cards from words with either initial or final consonant blends and cut them to separate the blend from the rest of the syllable.
K - 2nd Language Arts 39 Views 96 Downloads