Detailed instructions for making this activity using paper towel rolls (flattened), paint stirrer sticks (they give them out for free at home improvement stores…but to be courteous, ask first), scrapbook paper, yarn, white card stock, a glue stick, and a marker. Optional: laminator and hot glue gun.
Paint Chip Phonics! This is a very clever way to show the relationships between sounds, and relationships between words. It is fun, visual, interactive, and automatically color coded! I love paint chips and am always looking for new uses for them! Paint chips are free! -Katherine Hamel
CVC Word Mats Activity: Place the letter tiles on the picture cards to create CVC Words. Then, spell each CVC Word by looking at the pictures. CVC Word Mats Activity – Click Here Information: Phonics, CVC, Word Patterns, CVC Words