Teaching - Vowels

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Kathy Richardson

Phonics Poster – Ch Words 2

Phonics poster to show words beginning in ch. (.pdf file 57KB) There are Loop Cards to

Phonics Poster – ea Words 1

Phonics poster to show ea words. (.pdf file 49.9KB) There are Loop Cards to accompany

OUGHT Word Family List | PrimaryLearning.org

Teach beginning spellers that words contain and share patterns. Use this word family list to introduce the sound of words ending with -OUGHT.

FREE Dipthong Puzzles

Kids will have fun learning about diphthongs with this fun hands on literacy activity. Grab your FREE Dipthong Puzzles here.

5 Fun Short Vowel Activities That Only Take 5 Minutes - Learning at the Primary Pond

This post has 5 short vowel activities that are fun, low prep, and only take a few minutes to implement. And I've got FREE materials for you to download!

FREE Phonics Sentences Activities to Build Mastery and Fluency

These free phonics sentences activities are perfect for primary grades. Practice reading, phonics, and fluency by reading phonics-based sentences.

Making the Most of the DIBELS Next Nonsense Word Fluency Data - Make Take & Teach

My good friend, Jen, teaches a college level reading assessment class and asked if I could talk a bit on aligning intervention with data. Of course, I was thrilled she asked. I decided to take a grade level and focus on the assessments typically administered in the winter. All of our schools use the DIBELS […]

CVC Missing Vowel Cards

FREE CVC word activity for kindergarten kids to practice reading short vowel words and finding the missing vowel sound. Fun cards for a literacy center. Can be used with dry erase markers and clothespins.

How to Effectively Teach Bossy R Words (R-Controlled Vowels)

What are Bossy R Words? R-Controlled Vowels are often referred to as the "Bossy R" because the r bosses the vowel to change its sound. The vowel and the

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(Short) Vowel Fun for Everyone! - Cara Carroll

Happy Labor Day! We spent our day doing a whole bunch of nothing. I love those kind of days. Mr. Spouse had to go in for a few hours today and the boys and I hung out around the house…playing MarioKart Wii…cleaning up…and fighting off a bug that {as Grant said} “surviveth in the water!!!!” That …

Teaching Vowel Teams and Diphthongs

Today I wanted to stop by and share some strategies for teaching vowel teams and diphthongs in our classroom! It's always challenging to teach spelling patterns that aren't easily decodable! Growing up, I remember the rhymes "when 2 vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking" and "I before E except after C and sounding as A in neighbor and weigh." Who else remembers those??? Here's the thing...those still hold true...and they are a good tool for the most part. But our students need…

Vowel Teams: What We Never Learned, Explained — Reading Rev

Vowel Teams are tough! In fact, many kids find success in decoding and encoding (reading and spelling) until getting to these higher level concepts. The problem is that many teachers never really had explicit instruction in phonics themselves. The result is we have an ambiguous, confusing part of ou

Vowel Team Clip Cards - This Reading Mama

My 1st grader is learning all about vowel teams right now. We have our vowel team posters hung up in our schoolroom close to his desk and we’ve been using some of my BOB Books printables from Set 5 here and there, too. This past week, I made him some vowel team clip cards that ... Read More about Vowel Team Clip Cards

DIY Blends Reading Game

Here is an easy to make blends reading game that will help your student practice initial and final blends in your Orton-Gillingham and phonics lessons.