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  • suzanne

    Blends. Two or more consonants, blended together. Student should learn to say each letter sound individually, "b," "l."

  • Kathryn Ann

    Blender Blends - for teaching consonant blends!

  • Rocio Hernandez

    Language Arts / Reading - Consonant Blends

  • TeachWithMe.com Education

    Word work: Teaching blends. FREE circle blends. She made a blender and adds the blends when her students come across them.

  • Tracey Byng

    Add blends to the BLENDer as they come up during your reading work. #teachingtips #ImpactTeachers #reading #writing #word #English #teaching #teacher #literacy #classroom #learning #education #kitchen #children #teachingtips

  • Laura Hand

    Cute for 1st grade!

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