A fun and neat way to blend words!

Real or nonsense words or trash or treasure! You simply write letters on plastic cups (I, of course, used Red Solo Cups). I can easily switch any of the sounds out and my student can blend the new word. It works on real words and nonsense words

'I Spy with My Little Eye'... limiting the choice of objects for this popular game - from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

Phonics # 1 "I Spy Game" Provide small tangible items that students can group together with like sounds. EX: ball and butterfly would fit with the B's. (be careful with items and confusion: Spiderman and Cinderella, like pictured, may confuse a child)

Engaging parents - all about phonics

This activity encourages Kindergarten or first-grade students to use letter-sound correlations to build words using phonics. This would be a great center activity.

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Say the word and child flips over the word when they find it. Adapt for phase by sound talking a word and child find word or word with particular sound in. by Abbey Saunter

Easy egg flip game for teaching sight words. Seuss green eggs maybe adapt for letters/ sounds/rhyming words. (but I think I'll make the yolks green to go with Green Eggs and Ham)


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