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Cool! This would work better if my students knew all the vocabulary associated with the chart, though. Brittany's response: I think could be good poster or object to display in the classroom or in the reading area to help aid with the tricky configuration of these types of vowel combinations.
Starting to Read: It’s Playtime Fun with Phonics. This week’s round-up collection features phonics activities for kids who are just starting to read. Come on over and link up!
In this activity students will twist the plastic Easter eggs to make different words out of onsets and rimes. Students will be able to make all real words in this activity. Therefore, the focus will be on learning new and unfamiliar words. I'm sure you can do this with rhythms some how!