3 all-time favorite games to play with sight words | use these ideas for learning vocabulary or letters, too! | #weteach #vlog free printables
word, letters, sounds, syllables
CVC Word Work! Fun and interactive!!
Great rolling dice game to teach Word families! Just put consonant dot stickers on one block and a word family ending on the other one. Have the children flip a word family block, then a consonant block to make as many words as possible. Also roll both and have children read the words and every word that is a real word, they get a point.
Draw a word - short vowel edition!
free! Phonemic Awareness: Kindergarten: Segmenting: Word Families
Fun R-blends worksheets
Fun R-blends worksheets
Blends, Digraphs & More: 78 Printable Cards
Write It cards for beginning and ending sounds, short vowels, blends, digraphs and more! Laminate and use over and over again. Great for small group or centers.
Every worksheet I will ever need for blends & digraphs
Phonics pockets in word study notebooks
Word Wizard - Talking Movable Alphabet Spelling Tests for Kids
a website with tons of educational stuff for kids- alphabet, mini books, colors, etc
great idea for my few who need this.
Injured Letters / ou- ow/
Digraphs : ch verses sh from Miss Campos Shop on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages) - Sorting digraphs CH verses SH
32 Free pics for sorting digraphs!
Phonemic Awareness Developmental Chart
word family books
word family books....cute idea!
Between the Lions: "When Two Vowels Go Walking" my favorite phonics video, it will get stuck in your head all week! Your students' too!
Roll-A-Word Family Audrey LOVES this game and she typically wins. Just roll the dice and choose a word in the column to read and color (or X out). When you roll a number that has no more words available in that column, you pass the dice on to the next player. The person who has the most X's at the end of the game WINS!
Roll A Word Family is such a FUN, FUN way to learn! We have a blast rolling the dice and seeing who will make three in a row first.We continued the game so we could practice all of the words on the list. Take turns rolling the dice and color in a word in the number column. If all the words have been colored in for that column, you skip your turn. The person who has the most colored in blocks wins! You can play this game several times during your Ready2Read units, which helps to build pho...
Free! CVC Words and Picture Eggs matchup