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What is Phonemic Awareness and Why Teach it?
Phonemic Awareness is such an integral part to reading and writing. Unfortunately, many teachers skip over teaching this, but the truth is that it's just as important as learning phonics! Check out these 9 hands-on ways to help children learn to segment and blend words, and watch your children become confident readers with strong decoding and spelling skills!
Blending Cards BUNDLE
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)
From Phonics to Words with Slide Cards
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. This is a way to help kids blend sounds gradually rather than 1) feeling overwhelmed and giving up or 2) guessing the word.
Word Ending Families & Word Study-Color-Coded Version
Wow! SIXTY-ONE PAGES to this free printable. Here are some ready-to-use word ending families that you can have students manipulate either on their desk or in a pocket chart to create words for each ending. Includes ack, ad, ake, am, an, ang, ank, ap, ar, ark, art, ash, at, aw, ell, en, et, ick, ill, in, ine, ing, ink, ip, it, ob, ock, oil, ook, oom, op, orn, ot, out, oy, ug, ump, unch, ut.