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    Reading Tree for every phonics segment. Branches start out bare. After you've learned the letter sounds, add a leaf for every word you sound out. Very full tree by the end of the year!

    Easy salt tray.... a pencil box. LOVE IT!

    Hearing "which vowel?" is extremely important.

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    A fun way to learn letter sounds...

    Simple, fun. Let's use it for phonics blend ladders and 3 letter words.

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    Cut back on the amount used in the recipe. Place each type of fruit in its own bowl. Now play a game that teaches the letter sounds. For every 3 correct answers, take your tongs or a toothpick and add one type of fruit into a bowl. At the end of the game, serve this delicious, simple fruit salad with a favorite yogurt.

    Create a Salad Phonics Game. Grab a game board. Make your own pile of cards. Place one letter or phoneme ('t' or 'ing') on each card. Throw the dice, move your game piece and pick up a card for every turn. When the child reads the card correctly, have him scoop one of the salad fixins on top of the lettuce in a salad bowl. KIDS LOVE THIS GAME!

    Your preschooler can play the "cheese house" board game. Read directions in the comment (below).