Published November 10, 2004
by Teacher Created Resources .
Written in English
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• Consonants are sounds produced with some restriction or closure in the vocal tract • Consonants are classified based in part on where in the vocal tract the airflow is being • [s, z]: produced with the sides of the front of the tongue raised but the tip lowered to allow air to escape • [l]: the tongue tip is raised while the rest matching sounds rhyme - match & trace short vowel sounds long vowel sound (set1) long/short vowel sorting vowel families cvc words syllables nouns two letter words three letter words (set 1) three letter words (set 2) four letter words. more letter activities letter identification a-z letter tracing a-z upper & lower case tests word puzzles The sequence, words lists, and stories are mostly the same, with a few differences. If you were using these from the old web site you can download the PDF files for the books here. You should be able to use the workbooks shown below, Phonics Patterns Workbook For Books and Phonics Patterns Workbook For Books , with minor :// Consonant Digraph: Sh. Here you'll find a large selection of printables for teaching the sh digraph. Your students will enjoy the word wheels, reading sliders, mini-books, and sorting game. Consonant Digraph: Th. This page has worksheets for teaching the two /th/ sounds. (The letters th make two sounds: There's buzzing-th, as in then. There's
The two-letter, one syllable word “ox” has the three speech sounds of o-k-s. The letter “q” sounds like the letter “k” and is almost always followed by the letter “u” which sounds like the letter “w” as in “queen” or “quartz.” Yet, all these queer and seemingly random letters create coherent words and not :// 1st grade phonics worksheets, reviewing short vowels, reviewing beginning and ending consonants, S blends, consonant digraphs ch, wh, th, sh, ph, ck, voiceless th, voiced th, consonant trigraphs, soft c, soft g - Check the listening area for this level to match with :// S s Here are some picture-words beginning with the sound /s/. Say the words and say the first sound of the words. s nake, s kip, s nail, s pots, s lide, s wing, s now, s wim, s plash, s erve, s tork, s tar, s auce, s trings, s With children, say /s/ and hold it until you point to the second letter a. Then say /a/. Move the letters closer together, and repeat the procedure with the sounds being spoken faster. s a Move the letters closer together until the sounds are spoken as one unit: s a /sa/ Add a final consonant t: /sa/ /t/ Blend the three sounds to read the word
Beginning consonant sounds worksheets for phonemic awareness. 43 worksheets in all. Packet includes the following activities: * Circle the Beginning Sound pgs * Dab It pgs * Match It pgs * Cut and Paste the Beginning Sound pgs * Hard C / Soft C pg 43 * Hard G / Soft G pg:beginning consonant worksheets. Consonant blends are two or more letter sounds in a row. Some sample consonant blends include: gr, sp, fr, sl, gl, tr. Beginning readers focus on consonant blends words with short vowels like: class, spot, flip, trip, jump, land, hunt. Kids can practice consonant blends with Reading Elephant phonics books with :// Use pictures to reference sounds and help students remember them; for example a picture of a thumb can help students recall the “th” sound. Create a literacy-rich environment and surround your students with books they can read; read aloud to your students and The three vowel sounds taught in this unit are the most distinct of the fi ve English short vowel sounds. The consonants include /m/, one of the fi rst sounds babies make, as well as two sets of consonant pairs, /t/–/d/ and /k/–/g/. In English there are eight pairs of consonant sounds that consist of