First graders recognize the short vowel u in written and spoken language. Through listening activities, they discriminate the vowel sound /u/ from other phonemes. Students identify the phoneme and letter in words and sentences they write.
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Phonological Awareness: A Sound Beginning
Looking for ways to spice up your phonics instruction? Choose from a variety of phonological activities to complement a reading lesson. The guide goes through the basic components of good phonics instruction focusing on sound types,...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
High Frequency Words—Red Words
Words, words, words. Here's a must-have resource for primary grade teachers—a list of high frequency words for every letter in the alphabet, as well as words for days of the week, months of the year, color words, contractions, number...
Pre-K - 6th English Language Arts
Uggy the Umbrella Went Up, Up, Up!
Pupils explore the short /u/ sound. They practice making the sound, noticing how their mouths move to make the sound. They recite tongue twisters with short /u/ words and practice writing the letter 'u'. With a partner, they read aloud...
K - 1st English Language Arts