Alphabet Box – In this lesson, students can see and touch teach my child phonics that represent the words they have been learning. Alphabet Round-Up – Most kids are familiar with Alpha-bits cereal.
In this lesson, students actually get to play with their food, while learning to spell. Blending – They will select letter patterns and know how to translate them into spoken language by using phonics, syllabication, and word parts. Bubblegum Blends – As students progress and become more confident with consonants, they will begin blending them together. This lesson will bring their attention to which consonants make up the blends within the new words they have been learning. Busy Bee Vowels – By participating in the following activity, students will begin to recognize the letters that make the short vowel sounds they have been hearing and saying in class.
Classifying Closed Syllables – Given a definition of a closed syllable student will auditorily discriminate between closed syllable and non-closed syllable. Connecting Sounds with Letters – The Letter ‘b’ and the sounds it makes which creates words, naming familiar things in our environment. Consonant Blends – Getting kids to blend sounds to make words is an essential step in learning to read. First Letter Bingo – The student will be able to identify the first letter of the word that names a picture shown by the teacher. Fishing for Phonics – The game in the following lesson is a lot of fun and a longtime favorite with kids. It’s a great motivator for students to learn phonics sounds. Four Corners and a Wall: Matching Vowel Sounds – This lesson gets students up and moving.
It is designed to assist in helping students practice their long and short vowel sounds as their vocabulary continues to build. Fun With Phonics – Given sufficient materials, students will complete a chart using a letter assigned by the teacher and present this project to the class through an oral presentation. Isolation – Students will be able to identify particular sound in the beginning, middle or end of word and be able to distinguish sound by relating that same sound to another different word. Jumping Syllables – The following activity is an excellent way to learn the concept of syllables, by helping students visualize the structure of words.
It’s also a great way of burning saved up energy! Learning the Short “e” Sound – To practice blending, segmenting and building short e words. Phonemic Awareness Through The Letters – To help the students decode words containing the letter o when it is followed by a consonant and silent e using the book “Geronimo Stilton”. Phonetic Awareness and Phonics – Students will decide whether spoken words have similar feature in the beginning, middle or ending of words. Phonemic Awareness – Students will be able to decode words containing the letter a when it is followed by a consonant and silent e.
Phonics and Paragraph Words – This lesson is designed to help the pupil decode words containing the letter o when it is followed by a consonant and silent e. Identify short o and phonograms -ot, -op Identify rhyming words Identify high-frequency words. Phonics Challenge – This game challenges students to plan ahead and to try to make the most words with their team. This activity encourages more advanced reading and spelling students to help those who are struggling. The whole team works together to be successful. Phonics In Sentence Forms – This lesson is designed to help class decode words containing the letter o when it is followed by a consonant and silent e, in vocabulary and in sentences. Plates of Word Families – Students will have a lot to digest as they filling their plates with word families.