Kids who have difficulty blending sounds together to make simple words often have a phonemic awareness weakness.  Free downloadable games and tips for teaching early readers to blend sounds into words.

Kids who have difficulty blending sounds together to make simple words often have a phonemic awareness weakness. Free downloadable games and tips for teaching early readers to blend sounds into words.

phonemic awareness blending activity.

phonemic awareness blending activity.

Blend Sounds with CVC Dot Pages - FREE - This Reading Mama

Blend Sounds with CVC Dot Pages

Blend Sounds with CVC Dot Pages - FREE - This Reading Mama

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Letter voor letter lezen

These phonemic awareness activities are perfect for intervention groups or small groups of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten  students who are developing their phonemic awareness skills. Skills include: rhyming, phoneme segmenting, phoneme blending, isolating medial sounds, initial sound identification, initial sound sorting, phoneme deletion, phoneme adding, substituting phonemes, phonemic awareness assessment, phonemic awareness games,  and picture cards to use with any activity.

These phonemic awareness activities are perfect for intervention groups or small groups of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students who are developing their phonemic awareness skills. Skills include: rhyming, phoneme segmenting, phoneme blending, isolating medial sounds, initial sound identification, initial sound sorting, phoneme deletion, phoneme adding, substituting phonemes, phonemic awareness assessment, phonemic awareness games, and picture cards to use with any activity.

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 meaningful words.  Blending, for some students, is a challenge.  Do you have students who know their letters and sounds and can sound out any …

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 meaningful words. Blending, for some students, is a challenge. Do you have students who know their letters and sounds and can sound out any …

Blending Cards 1. Say the sounds - large dots 2. Blend the sounds - dotted lines 3. Say it fast - arrow

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Blending Cards 1. Say the sounds - large dots 2. Blend the sounds - dotted lines 3. Say it fast - arrow

Practice blending sounds into words with these free CVC word puzzles!

10 Free CVC Word Puzzles

Practice blending sounds into words with these free CVC word puzzles!

this website has lots of worksheets and activities for consonant blends and digraphs

this website has lots of worksheets and activities for consonant blends and digraphs

What the Teacher Wants!: October 2014

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