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CVC Word Ladders (FREE)
Students will start at the bottom of the ladder and change one letter at a time to spell the next word. These worksheets are a great way to build decoding, phonics, spelling, and vocabulary skills. AnswersPage 3 - hut cut cat pat pit kit sitPage 4 - ram rat rot pot pop pup cupPage 5 - bus bug rug mu...
Domino Sight Word Game
Kids will have fun learning sight words with this fun, printable Crazy Roads Preschool Sight Words Game for increasing reading fluency.
Multisensory Monday: Thumbprint Syllabication - Orton-Gillingham Weekly
Syllabication makes a huge difference in students’ abilities to read larger, unfamiliar words. After students begin to internalize the Syllabication steps, teachers will sometimes see some of those steps start to fall away. Students will often want to skip penciling in the vowels, bridge, and consonants on the bridge in favor of just drawing a Continue Reading
Words With 3 Syllables
If you have ever taken a spelling test you know that identifying syllables in words is a useful tool for accurate spelling. This is especially true as the words to spell become longer and follow more complex spelling rules. Good spelling is not the only benefit of well developed syllabication skills. It helps with decoding and reading new words. It also fosters good speech habits. Here are a few ideas of how to practice syllables with children. 1. Name Clapping - Clapping out (first names)…
Phonics Made Fun Level A (short a words)
Are you ready to teach phonics in a FUN way? Explicit and systematic phonics instruction is so important for beginning readers. I am excited to share with
All About Syllables - v/cv, vc/v, vccv, c+le - Word Word! No Prep!
This product is jammed pack with activities that will help students master the different syllable patterns. The activities in this product give young students many opportunities to practice how to divide and separate words into syllables. In this product students will practice identifying open and c...
Kindergarten Letter Recognition Exit Tickets
If you like this, SAVE MONEY and buy Kindergarten Literacy Exit Tickets -BUNDLED I have written a post on how I use Exit Tickets in the Classroom Exit tickets are a great formative assessment. They are a quick way to determine if students get the concept that you have taught or if they n...
Syllable Division Rules
Hi everyone! I've written before about syllable division, but I've mainly focused on the first three rules with open and closed syllables. ...
Open and Closed Syllables Games and Activities
Learning to read and write open and closed syllables is a foundational skill for multisyllabic decoding. Learning to read part of a word helps students break down longer words into more manageable chunks and assists students in discovering patterns in spelling words. Teaching and giving students practice working with open and closed syllables is a must for creating successful readers. What are Open and Closed Syllables? Open syllables happen when there is a vowel at the end of the syllable…
Editable Sight Word Worksheets | Sight Word Books | Distance Learning
Sight Word Fluency Books are a fun way to get your students practicing reading their sight words fluently! They can be used in reading groups, literacy centers, or even sent home as extra reading practice! Simply print, fold and go!Using the books:Page 1: Focus word. Have your students decorate the ...
How to Teach Final Stable Syllables - This Reading Mama
It's time to teach final stable syllables, and it's made easy for you with this quick training video and NO PREP freebies!
Open and Closed Syllable Games
*This post contains affiliate links. If you’ve read my blog for very long, you know I’m a huge fan of making literacy as hands-on as possible. To teach my oldest reader (2nd grade), we mainly use the Words Their Way word sorts and the letter tiles from All About Reading/All About Spelling. But every once ... Read More about Open and Closed Syllable Games