Blending Sounds with Word Families

Seuss Word Families Chart - Classroom - Charts & Bulletin Board Sets from SmileMakers

From phonics to words with slide cards. Download. Print. Place inside an envelope with one end cut off. Gradually pull to reveal one letter at a time.

Place inside an envelope with one end cut off. Gradually pull to reveal one letter at a time. This is a great way to help kids blend sounds gradually rather than feeling overwhelmed and giving up or guessing the word.

Blending Cards for Kindergarten, first and second grade reading. The cards can be used for instruction for kindergarten and first grade and and RtI for second grade.  The cards are set up so that students: 1. Say the sounds • • • (with the large dots) 2. Blend the sounds (with the dotted lines) 3. Say it fast (with the arrow)

Blending Cards for Early Readers

Blending Cards Say the sounds - large dots Blend the sounds - dotted lines Say it fast - arrow

Sound Slide FREEBIE-Great for Phonemic Awareness Activities!

This is a great idea for students to see how the sounds break down as in the slide. Wonderful idea for hands on with special ed students. Sound Slide FREEBIE-Great for Phonemic Awareness Activities!

A fun and neat way to blend words!

Real or nonsense words or trash or treasure! You simply write letters on plastic cups (I, of course, used Red Solo Cups). I can easily switch any of the sounds out and my student can blend the new word. It works on real words and nonsense words

Worksheets: Beginning Consonant Blends; LOVE Education.com-- FREE worksheets!

Beginning Consonant Blends

A consonant blend worksheet which can be self-checked. Students look at the picture shown on the left and fill in the bubble to show what blend begins the word.

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Phase 2 sound button word cards, four per Words have sound buttons beneath to help children to blend to read the words. Full set of words that can be used with many of the activities as outlined in the DfES 'Letters and Sounds'

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Blending sounds into words–what an exciting step in learning to read. Once students know a few consonants and vowels, we can begin to teach them how to blend those sounds into…

This will be a fun center for blending sounds into words! Use differentiated instruction cubes!

Roll the Dice Blending onset & rimes My students will love this! Could even use a pocket chart instead of dice.

Print this free beginning blends game for kindergarten or first grade!

Free game for beginning blends

Children's Educational Games: Print this free beginning blends game for kindergarten or first grade!

This center is AWESOME for teaching students to move past sounding out letter by letter to blending the sounds together. Add in a comprehension check by having students find the picture that matches the word. These blending strips are perfect for students who need extra practice, RTI, resource rooms, students with autism and beginning readers.

Blending sounds Fluency and Comprehension Pack

This center is AWESOME for teaching students to move past sounding out letter by letter to blending the sounds together. Add in a comprehension check by having students find the picture that matches the word. These blending strips are perfect for students

Apple Tree World Family Literacy Game

Apple Tree World Family Literacy Game (Learn Play Imagine)

To go along with our apple unit study I put together a word family apple tree activity to help him as he is learning to read. Kindergarten Apple Unit Study J-Bug has been learning to read, and I've noticed that he does really well with word families.

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