DIY wooden block phonics game This is a wonderful activity for teaching reading. It's visual and tactile. If your students are having trouble with word families, then that student needs more practice breaking each individual sound apart. This works beautifully for that.
Recently, I was talking with a friend of mine who still teaches the little ones and she asked me to come up with a rhyming activity sometime. I had so much fun coming up with this! I just love the clip art that is available now too!
This FREE file has independent practice for the -at word family. It is designed to be used four days in a week, with an activity for each day. On Monday, students read the words and cut/glue the pictures to match. On Tuesday, they cut/glue letters to make words. On Wednesday, they write words from the word family, as well as 3 review words. On Thursday, they write words again and choose one word to use in a sentence. This resource is ready to copy and use tomorrow!!