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  • Michelle Bowen

    This site has several ideas for fun speech therapy games!

  • Angela Schmidt

    word family flip charts. great idea,

  • Chelsie Helms

    SLP Blues- Great ideas for working with articulation and phonology. From Speech Lady Liz. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

  • Kelly McFarley

    flip book for word families

  • Alison Wiks

    Language Arts - Flip Charts

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Building Word Families puzzle game. This is a great activity for the students to make words and be able to push their sounds.

This word family trees. It's a good way for students to use different words in their papers. Also, to get familiar with them. -Rachel Rooker

word families flip-book - we have three different versions that we have used to help our older kids learn to read

IT Word Family Games-Activities-Worksheets {FREE}. 77 pages. A page form the unit: Who lives here writing page

blends I think you could use a chart like this as a center and just let the kids write sentences and words as independant activity.

Grow-a-Word-FamIn the center of the flower, write a word family. Tape a strip of green construction paper to the back of a Poppin’ Patterns Flower and attach leaves that have words from that word family written on them. Display the flowers on a “Grow-A-Word-Family” bulletin board.ily Activity

Word Family Bulletin Board: a great reference that can be used so many ways!

LOVE THIS! Keep our sight words on our wall so we can review them each time we leave the classroom.

From phonics to words with slide cards. Download. Print. Place inside an envelope with one end cut off. Gradually pull to reveal one letter at a time. This is a great way to help kids blend sounds gradually rather than 1) feeling overwhelmed and giving up or 2) guessing the word.

Blends Chart kids can color! Sounds chart too- maybe put inside a reading folder / ELL folder / word wall journal