Explore Phonemic Awareness Kindergarten and more!

CC.RF.K.2 Reading: Foundational Skills Phonological Awareness Students will create one syllable words by changing the initial sound and matching it with pictures

Ingredients For Successful Word Family Instruction

GENIUS! Use dollar store trash cans to sort words by feeding them into the slots!! & a ton of ideas for teaching the EW UE UI vowel pattern!

Use dollar store trash cans to sort words by feeding them into the slots! & a ton of ideas for teaching the EW UE UI vowel pattern! Use trash cans with labels for students to learn word sorting.

This is packed with phonemic awareness activities! Rhyming, phoneme blending, segmenting, phoneme deleting, phoneme adding, and isolating sounds (initial sound, medial sound, and ending sounds)

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.

Word Families Read and Sort Activity with plastic spoons and paper cups. So fun!!

Word Families Reading Activity With Spoons

Another great, easy resource with this phonics slider. Cheap to make and the children can make their own personal sliders.

Make a

Make learning word families more hands-on and interactive with this simple craft that has your child making "word sliders" out of paper plates.

syllable clip cards

regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels. A great activity to Practice syllable counting with these free syllable cards! Count the chunks in and 4 syllable words.

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101 Alphabet Activities and Printables

Feed the Alphabet Monster: Repurpose bottle caps for this alphabet activity! Children will identify letters as they feed the alphabet monster.

Farm unit

I wonder what's in the big red barn. Great rhyming game or farm activity. Could also use initial alphabet letters for recognition practice and use this idea to make a flannel board set.

Guided Reading: Great activities to do with students to help them learn to read.

Guided Reading Activities

Teach Your Child to Read - Guided Reading: Great activities to do with students to help them learn to read. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

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