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5,663 resources with the concept phonics

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Long Vowel Fun Review

For Students K - 2nd Standards
Can your youngest learners identify long vowel words? Eight words are presented, and learners color in the ones that utilize the long vowel sound. A quick, fun assessment! 
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Long Vowel E

For Students K - 1st
Nine words (with accompanying pictures) are shown. Which of these nine contain the long vowel e sound? What other sounds can your learners identify? 
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Long Vowel Phoneme - oo

For Teachers K - 2nd
Learners recognize words by common spelling patterns. The teacher reads a poem to the class and look at rhymes for the word moon. They practice handwriting in conjunction with spelling, and they can even write their own -oo- poem! 
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Winter Syllables pg. 1

For Students K - 1st
It's winter! Bring the winter theme into your classroom with a syllable worksheet. Scholars identify the winter picture, clap the number of syllables in the word, and then write in the matching number of syllables for the word. There are...
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The Sounds of Syllables

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Use pictures of simple objects to teach learners how to break words into syllables. First they say the names of their friends in class, as they say each other's names they count the syllables they hear. Then they sort pictures based on...
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Compounding the Problem

For Teachers K - 4th
Pupils sharpen their dictionary skills and their understanding of compound words in this plan. Tailor it to the grade level you teach by honing in on specific skills. For older learners, the plan suggests providing a word and having them...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings: -ed Review

For Students 1st - 2nd
Which words rhyme? Young learners identify rhyming words and words that have the same ending sound. After completing the exercises, read a story with your youngsters and search for these verbs! 
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Phonics: Inflected Endings Review

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Do your youngsters need more practice conjugating verbs in the past or present progressive tense? Using the words race, hop, move, and use, learners manipulate endings to include both -ed and -ing ends. The last two questions challenge...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings -ed

For Students 1st - 2nd
Are you looking to provide some quick conjugation practice for your elementary learners? Use this five-question activity to give learners practice forming the regular past tense. Learners will work with the verbs rake, jump, watch, help,...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Ditch the y and add -ed or -es to change the end of your verb! Learners work with the verbs carry, hurry, dry, try, and study, manipulating the endings as directed. Can they continue to use these two endings correctly when writing?...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings -ed and -ing

For Students 1st - 2nd
Practice spelling words that end in -ed and -ing. Then use two of the verbs in the sentence frames provided in exercise two. The third exercise focuses on two new vocabulary words: since and those. 
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Phonics: Inflected Endings Review

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Have your first and second graders review words that end with -ed and -es, including words where the final y changes to an i before adding either ending. The first exercise asks learners to change the ending to -ed, while the second...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings

For Students 1st - 2nd
Elementary learners write ten verbs whose final consonants are doubled before you add the endings -ed and -ing. They point to each word, say it, and print it on the accompanying line. After the exercises are complete, read a story and...
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Phonics: Inflected Ending -ed

For Students 1st - 2nd
Learners take ten words and put them in the regular past tense by adding -ed. Several of the verbs require a second consonant letter before adding the ending (ex. stopped). After your youngster writes each verb, have them create a...
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Phonics: Inflected Endings: -es,-ing,-s

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Young learners add -s, -es, or -ing to the verbs sit, hear, hatch, push, and stand. This is a quick review, so consider assigning it along with the home activity section, or have learners make sentences of their own in small pairs. 
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Phonics: Inflected Endings

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Drop the -e and add -ing! Young learners work with the verbs race, move, ride, rake, and smile by adding either -ing or -ed. Teach them how changing the ending changes the meaning! Then consider sending them home with the home activity,...
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Advanced Phonics Redux Fluency

For Teachers 1st
After being introduced to words with advanced phonics features, the teacher presents the whole class with a stack of cards containing both new and familiar words. As each card is presented, the teacher says the word and recites the rule...
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How Does it Sound?

For Teachers 1st
Your first graders sort a list of eleven words into two categories: words spelled the way they sound and words not spelled the way they sound. With a partner, have your young speller sound out the word and write it in the correct column....
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Blending is Fun

For Teachers K - 2nd
Use a poster picture of a slide to illustrate the blending of phonemes in words. First show your youngsters basic examples like cat and cap. Then have learners work in pairs to create some blends of their own! Provide words for them to...
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Phonics lesson for -ick family

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Kindergarteners and first graders develop phonemic awareness for words that contain -ick. Each learner gets a stack of cards with different -ick words, highlighting the target sound as they review each one. 
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Spelling: Long i

For Students 1st - 2nd
The long i sound is illustrated in bite, kite, time, life, line, and mine. Use these vocabulary words to teach the target sound. Learners will say the word, print the word, and create recipes using the target words. 
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Spelling: Long o: o, oa, ow

For Students 1st - 2nd
Are your youngsters learning the long o sound, spelled o, ow, and oa? Use the words sold, woke, coat, soap, below, and owe to illustrate this target sound. First learners will demonstrate their understanding of rhyming words, then...
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Spelling: Long e, ee, ea

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
The words we, she, me, he, see, and green all use the long e sound, spelled e and ee. First learners break the vocabulary words into two groups: words that contain two letters and words that contain three letters. Then they insert words...
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Spelling: Long i

For Students 1st - 2nd
Use the words like, nice, time, ride, white, and five to illustrate the long i sound. First learners demonstrate their understanding of rhyme by matching the correct vocabulary word to the picture it rhymes with. For increased practice,...