Phonics 1- In stations students could play the word block game. They would take turns rolling a dice and creating that number of words. They could not write down a word another student had already created. The students would see who could come up with the most words. Phonics Fun, Words Games, Literacy Games, Words Blocks, Wood Blocks, Blocks Phonics, Phonics Activities, Words Families, Phonics Games
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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.
This activity involves a word family flip chart. Students will keep the rime in place while flipping through onsets to see how many words they can create. After they have exhausted one rime they will move on to the next one and repeat the process.
This activity can be done at a center. Place cards with different beginning/ending sounds on them in the jar. Also place cards with the vowel sounds in the jar and other parts that would be needed to make words. Then have students at that particular station make as many words as they can and write them down