Are you looking for some FREE Phonics Activities? Today in our Struggling Reader Series, I’m sharing TONS of links to free phonics activities. We’ll talk about how to narrow down what phonics skills your learner needs to work …
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 fun and easy phonics games are perfect for small group instruction and practice with fluency of different phonics patterns and skills! There are 36 different black and white games to help students with short and long vowels, consonant blends, digrap
Teach Your Child to Read - Want to help your child or students master magic e words? This post has links to over 50 free printables! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for sight words/vocab words. To diferentiate for multiple students use colored post it notes (each child has their own color post it with words they are working on) adaptable to Letter Hunt.
This has easily been the most popular enhancement so far this year! The children have affectionately named it the pom-pom game. You will need some cups (I got these funky looking monster ones from the pound shop), a marker pen.