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5,663 resources with the concept phonics

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Short Vowel Sounds: Listening Exercise

For Students Pre-K - 2nd
In this CVC pattern words worksheet, learners examine eight pictures, say the name of each picture, and use the provided letters to spell the words. Pupils also write a sentence using as many of the eight words as they can.
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Short Vowel Sounds: Listening Exercise

For Students Pre-K - 1st
In this CVC pattern words worksheet, learners examine eight pictures, say the name of each picture, and use the provided letters to spell the words. They practice writing the letters on the line below the picture as well. Letter...
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Ck words

For Students K - 1st
Designed for reading tutors, this “ck” words worksheet asks young readers to trace the words and answer the questions that contain “ck” in them. The exercise contains 6 words and 2 questions. Encourage advanced reader/writers to write...
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Reading Matching Exercise

For Students K - 1st
For this reading worksheet, learners match four phrases to four pictures. The four phrases are short descriptions using sight words and short vowel words with cvc patterns. Cut out the sentence fragments and pictures to move them around...
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Sounds: First and Last

For Students K - 2nd
In this beginning and ending sounds worksheet, learners fill in the first and last letter blanks in six CVC words. The vowels are all given, so writers are practicing consonants. Use the picture clues provided in order to complete the...
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Sounding Out Words

For Students K - 2nd
In this CVC words review instructional activity, writers examine six pictures and sound out the words that identify each of them. Spaces are provided to write three letters per picture. You might want to give hints as some of the...
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Shake Out Those Sillies

For Teachers 1st
Many /sh/ lessons appear to include the same components, but this one has a fun chant that will surely help learners remember the /sh/ sound! They hear the song, do the chant, and use their letter boxes to spell words that use the target...
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Shhh! Be Quiet

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Teach the digraph sh with your learners. First, model the sound the digraph makes. Then, have learners spell a variety of words that use the target sound. Finally, read Shoe Man, where learners can hear the words in context. 
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Chad's Choo Choooo

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Choo, choo! Do your youngsters like trains? After studying the target sound, have your learners read A Peach for Chad. Do a class read and an independent read to increase fluency. At the lesson's close, consider creating a ch train where...
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Shoo-Fly

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Use the tongue twister "Shelby shoos shiny shooflies in the shade" to teach young learners the /sh/ sound. After reciting the phrase as a group, they use their letter boxes to spell familiar words that use the target sound. The last...
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Achoo!

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Focus in on the digraph ch. Young readers will hear the sound, print the letters, and read A Peach for Chad. Can your youngsters think of any more words that use the target sound? 
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Money, Money, Money!

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Letter boxes and a reading activity introduce the /sh/ sound to young learners. First they hear the target sound, then they identify words that contain it, and then they manipulate letters in their letter boxes. After these activities,...
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Shhhhh, She is Sleeping

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
The sheep on the ship was shocked by the Fish on the Shore! Can you guess which digraph we're studying? Take a look at the /sh/ sound with your young readers. Have them write words with the target sound in letter boxes, and then small...
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Whisper Please

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Get your learners up and shaking! Youngsters stand still unless they hear a word with the /sh/ sound! After reciting a list of words, there's a short game and a book talk with Shoe Man. Before the day's over, have your learners create a...
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My Tooth is Loose

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Elementary learners study the /th/ sound as a whole class. First they hear the sound and learn a tongue twister. After practicing together, they write the digraph on their practice paper. Then, to study the words in context, the class...
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/sh/ Sound Work

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
What letters create the /sh/ sound? Have your elementary learners study the sound, write different words that use the sound in their letter boxes, and read One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish! After this mini-instructional activity,...
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Shhh!

For Teachers 1st - 2nd Standards
What sound do fish and ship have in common? Study the /sh/ sound with your young learners. They hear a common tongue twister, spell words in their letter boxes, and read The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Phister to hear the words in context. 
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Cheese Please

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Do you like cheese? What sound does the word start with? Learn all about the /ch/ sound and what other words make the same sound. 
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Phonics: Final Consonant Digraphs

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Children complete sentences by choosing words that end with th, ch, ng, sh, or tch. For each question, there is a fill-in-the-blank sentence frame provided. 
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Stackers Game for Word Fluency

For Teachers K - 2nd
Explore words by building and decoding three-letter words. Real or nonsense words can be formed with the alphabet tiles. Practice fluency and blending sounds with CVC patterns.
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Clifford the Big Red Dog - working with ack and ook words

For Teachers 1st
Hello, Clifford! Pupils discuss pets and make predictions about Clifford, the Big Red Dog. They demonstrate recognition and decoding skills by finding words with -ack and -ook sounds to add to a list. Then they work on the computer to...
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Icky Insect Is In Icky Sticky Ink

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Practice the strategy of letter-sound correspondence when identifying the short vowel /i/ sound in written and spoken words. The teacher recites the tongue twister "Icky insect is in icky sticky ink," while listeners repeat. Letter boxes...
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CVCE Word Pattern

For Teachers 1st
Introduce the concept of the silent e word ending. Learners practice reading simple words with an e at the end that makes the vowel take on its long sounds. There are a number of activities in this lesson plan to reinforce this topic,...
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Long Vowel U: Print the Correct Word

For Students K - 1st
Which word contains the long u sound, fuzz or fuse? Bungee or bugle? There are six word comparisons that ask the reader to identify the target sound. Each of the two-word comparisons has an illustration.