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

These phonemic awareness activities are perfect for intervention groups or small groups of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten  students who are developing their phonemic awareness skills. Skills include: rhyming, phoneme segmenting, phoneme blending, isolating medial sounds, initial sound identification, initial sound sorting, phoneme deletion, phoneme adding, substituting phonemes, phonemic awareness assessment, phonemic awareness games,  and picture cards to use with any activity.

These phonemic awareness activities are perfect for intervention groups or small groups of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students who are developing their phonemic awareness skills.

This center is AWESOME for teaching students to move past sounding out letter by letter to blending the sounds together. Add in a comprehension check by having students find the picture that matches the word. These blending strips are perfect for students who need extra practice, RTI, resource rooms, students with autism and beginning readers.

Blending sounds Fluency and Comprehension Pack

This center is AWESOME for teaching students to move past sounding out letter by letter to blending the sounds together. Add in a comprehension check by having students find the picture that matches the word. These blending strips are perfect for students

FREE 64 Blends Clip Cards - these are great for kids learning phonics, sounding out words in Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. (homeschool, english)

USE IN MARCH / start blending FREE 64 Blends Clip Cards - these are great for kids learning phonics, sounding out words in Kindergarten, grade, and grade.

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Sound It Out Parking Lot

Sound it out parking lot with matchbox cars with a letter on each one. Instead of matchbox cars can use anything,even a paper with a letter on each one and slide into parking space as say each sound. A great way to introduce your child to blending sounds!

Phoneme segmentation & blending made easy with these tips and tricks for small group instruction! These are the perfect phonemic awareness activities for your guided reading lessons or literacy centers! Check out this color coded trick for teaching directionality and segmenting with CVC words!

Phoneme Segmentation & Blending Made Easy

Phoneme segmentation & blending made easy with these tips and tricks for small group instruction! Check out One Sharp Bunch's color coded trick for teaching directionality and segmenting!

Print this free beginning blends game for kindergarten or first grade!

Free game for beginning blends

Free game for beginning blends. Use this fun game during center time or in small group instruction. "Print this free, fun game to help your students master those tricky beginning blends! If your beginning reader needs help with those tricky beginnin

Drive-Thru Blending: This Letter-Sounds and Phonics activity encourages students to practice blending individual sounds to make words. The inclusion of the toy car makes the activity fun, and reinforces the idea that the different sounds in a word blend together. This activity is ideal for students in K-2.

INSTRUCTION: This activity encourages students to blend individual letter sounds together to make words. Students practice their letter sounds and phonics in this activity. The use of a car makes the activity more engaging for students.

Do it with Math

This activity that works with blending words allows children to practice their phonics and gives them an opportunity to move around.

Practice blending sounds into words with these free CVC word puzzles!

10 Free CVC Word Puzzles

These free CVC word puzzles are a fun way to practice blending letter sounds into whole words which is a crucial skill for beginning readers!

"Drive-Thru Blending" Get students excited about phonics! Children say letter-sounds as they 'driving a car' through them and blend them. It's incredible to see how quickly this decoding game catches on!

Phonemic awareness activity - The children have a digraph to begin with and drive the car to complete the word, by sounding it out. A fun activity for children to play with.

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