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Don't Fall in the Hot Lava
Readers will explore letter recognition through an ABC game. Letters are scattered on the floor. The teacher calls out a letter and learners find that letter and jump on it. Then the teacher calls out words and they jump on the letter that the word begins with.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 22 Downloads
Decoding and Word Recognition
Here is an excellent, four-page packet of worksheets on word and letter recognition. In them, young readers are asked to identify certain pictures, what sounds letters make, and read simple one-syllable words. An answer key is included in this fine set of worksheets.
K Language Arts 27 Views 48 Downloads
Letter-Sound Place Mats
Youngsters create personalized place mats as they learn about initial sounds. Using construction paper, they stamp their names using letter stamps. You could substitute this with printing their names depending on your objective. Scholars examine print resources (magazines, graphics, newspapers, etc.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 5 Downloads
Phonics: Read and Write Words with a Consonant Blend
Reading often times starts with phonemic awareness and letter sound correspondence. Get little ones blending those letter sounds together to read and write simple words. As the teacher sounds out each word, learners count phonemes, and write them down.
K Language Arts 10 Views 36 Downloads
The oa, oy, and ow Sounds
Focus on the vowel sounds /oa/, /oy/, and /ow/ in this spelling patterns worksheet. The sounds are split into three sections, with learners observing how each can be spelled differently in familiar words. They write words beneath corresponding pictures and then write another word with the same spelling pattern.
K - 1st Language Arts 13 Views 31 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The ea and ear sounds
Focus on the /ea/ and /ear/ sounds. Learners complete three sentences by adding the appropriate ea word from a word bank, re-writing each sentence. Then, they read an excerpt from Little Red Riding Hood and find all the words with the ear sound.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Vowel Sound; u
Which of these have /u/ as a middle sound? There are images of seven CVC words surrounding the letter u here, and scholars draw lines from the letter to words with the same middle phoneme. Be sure they know what these images are depicting before letting them try this.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 45 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The or Sound
Before using this vowel sounds crossword activity, be forewarned that the pronunciation here is based on British English, and will be confusing for American English speakers. Learners focus on the /or/ sound, examining five spelling patterns that create this phoneme.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 23 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The ai and ar Sounds
These words sound the same but are spelled differently, giving scholars a chance to practice spelling patterns and rhyming words. First they read that the /ai/ vowel sound can be made with three different spellings. Learners label three pictures, each of which uses a different spelling for this sound.
K - 1st Language Arts 8 Views 32 Downloads CCSS: Designed
What fun! Beginning readers complete a story by filling in missing letters of CVC words. Each word has an accompanying picture to help youngsters decode meaning. They complete first, medial, and final phonemes for 13 words. Once they are finished, see how much of the story they can read.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 9 Views 78 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The oa Sound
Explore spelling patterns with this multi-step worksheet featuring the /oa/ sound. Learners read a brief introduction explaining that this sound can be achieved by three different vowel combinations. They complete a different activity as they practice each of these spelling patterns, observing example words as they work.
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 36 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The ee and ie Sounds
Put to use the old saying, "When two vowels go a walking, the first one does the talking." Scholars focus on the /ee/ and /ie/ sounds and spelling patterns that create them. First, they label four pictures with the ea and ee spellings, coming up with another word for each that shares the pattern.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 8 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The oo Sounds
Investigate spelling patterns that make the /oo/ sound in this labeling worksheet. Scholars read a brief introduction explaining the different vowel pairings that make the long /oo/ sound, along with word examples. Then, they write words with these patterns to label four images.
K - 1st Language Arts 7 Views 37 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Thud! Squiff! Create sound effects with words. Introduce your youngsters to onomatopoeia with these fun, rainy-day poems. They write down sound words, discussing rhythm and rhyme. You can also incorporate the author's use of capital letters and structure as an objective here.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 6 Views 54 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Name that Sound
Once you and your class have finished singing the vowel song, separate your class into four different centers. These centers focus on mastering vowel sound recognition. A PowerPoint, vowel cards, and vowel bingo are provided. Tip: Ask for parent volunteers to help manage these centers.
K Language Arts 3 Views 29 Downloads
Sounds Sensible: Phonological Awareness and Beginning Phonics
Teacher's guides are wonderful tools that provide us with basic information needed to construct effective lessons. This guide outlines five different activities that are intended to teach pre-readers word comparison, onset and rime, phoneme segmentation, hand writing, and introduce the letter d.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 10 Views 82 Downloads
Beginning consonant blends - 3/3
The digraph /th/ is pronounced two different ways, and this video goes through both! Various words are shown on the screen that start with /th/ and a voice states the word with time for readers to practice on the second round.
3 mins Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 1 Download
What does the letter a sound like? Scholars practice with letter sound correspondence by honing their pronunciation of the /aaa/ sound. Use these helpful tips to explain how to make this sound if needed. Then, they brainstorm words that begin with this phoneme.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 2 Downloads