If you’re teaching your little ones to read phonetically, then this is a fun printable I am sure they will love. Children will practice segmenting and blending phonemes to read CVC words. Click here or the image below to download the FREE sample packet. The pages in this packet are ordered by word family, making […]
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If you are looking for something to help with letter recognition, letter formation and phonetic sounds, then this Phonics Letter of the Week pack is for you! My aim when creating this book was to provide a unit for teaching one letter of the alphabet at a time. There is a great emphasis on letter
Today it’s all about identifying the sounds used to make CVC words and the letter each sound represents. Yes. It is phoneme segmentation time. This resources includes 180 – yes, you read that right: 180!! – cards for you to use. Of course, you can select which ones you think work best for your kiddos.
Guys, today’s post is going to be long. I mean, seriously, you may as well make yourself comfortable and grab a cup of coffee or tea. No, not really. It’s only long because there are a ton of pictures but pictures are worth a thousand words so, in reality, this could have been a much
We are back this week to show you what we did for our Preschool Letter M. Things have been very busy out our house for the past few weeks, reason we’ve been absent from blogging, and we only managed to squeeze in 2 “school days” this week. Here’s a peek at our Preschool Letter M!
Time for Preschool Letter L. We cut this week’s learning down to only 2 days and here is a peek at what we did! (Throughout this post, click the photos to download the free printables. Click the linked words to take you to my TpT store where you can purchase the complete packet.) As always,
My four munchkins and I enjoyed a 2-week break as Australian schools had their Winter holidays before starting Term 3. My greatest joy was not having to do the usual school run in the morning and afternoon. I know. It’s lame. But you don’t understand… you see, we moved house recently and now, I’m on
Last week we did our Preschool Letter J! We used our Beginning Sounds scoops to start us off. I turned the scoops and cone upside down and Filip turned over each of the three scoops, identified the beginning sound and then checked his guess by turning over the cone. Yep, he was right: they all
We started our Preschool Letter I with our beginning I vocabulary cards. I covered the words with playdough at the top as I had done last week, and Filip said the name of each picture, focusing on the beginning sound. He continues to love this game and gets so excited when he can figure out
I decided to try something new for our Preschool Letter H. Instead of a beginning sounds basket, I used some of our beginning H vocabulary cards and covered the words at the top with play dough. Filip’s job was to say the name of each picture and figure out the beginning sound. He then took