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1st Grade Common Core: RF.1.2c

Common Core Identifier: RF.1.2c / Grade: 1
Curriculum: Reading Foundational Skills: Phonological awareness
Detail: Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
332 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Write the words that contain the /l/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Write the words that contain the /s/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Trace and say the words that start with the b sound. You can color the pictures too.
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Use these picture sorting cards to sort them into 2 groups: words that have a short u vowel sound and words that don't.
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Use the pictures to find which Christmas word to write on the lines.
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This card activity will have students sort the picture cards into two groups of words with a short i vowel sound and words without.
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Cut out the boxes along the dotted lines and sort the pictures by the sound each word makes.
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This set includes more, sore, tore, wore, store.
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Use a red crayon to color the pictures that have the short e sound in their name and a blue crayon to color the pictures with a long e sound in the name.
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These words include tub, club, cub, and sub.
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Trace and say the words that start with /n/ and color the pictures.
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These cards are meant to be printed out and cut apart to use to practice reading and recognizing words with a long u vowel sound.
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Circle Y and y in the letter box. Then, practice writing Y and y. Also, think up a word that starts with y and draw it.
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Print these phonics cards on thick paper or card stock, then cut along the dotted lines to form individual cards. Then the words can be sorted into groups of short o words and those that don't.
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Write as many short e words as you can. This page has primary-ruled lines.
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On this worksheet, each picture has a row of jumbled letters. Find the long i word in each group and circle it.
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Use scissors to cut out the long u word rectangles and a glue stick to attach them to the right picture.
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Look for capital and lowercase letter U. Practice writing the letter U u.
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Draw straight lines to match the words with the pictures.
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Use scissors to cut along the dotted lines and use glue or a stapler to affix them together to form a phonics flip book.
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Cut out the letter squares to form the words "up" and "jump" in the spaces provided.
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Trace and read the /f/ words, and color the pictures.
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Using a pencil to draw lines, match the picture on the left side of the worksheet to the corresponding short a word on the right side.
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This phonics printable has 22 pennants with short e words that can be cut out, colored, and strung up on string around the classroom.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words man and mug.
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Students can use this word wheel to learn the words tool, pool, spool, drool, fool, cool, and stool.
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For each row of mixed up letters, find the short u word from the picture and circle it.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short e words in it, including beg, egg, get, pen, red, and end.
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On this phonics worksheet, students have to listen to their teacher as 10 words are read and they have to circle or write down what they hear.
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Have your students cut out and color these fifteen pennants, which feature words with a short i vowel sound.
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Use scissors to cut out the twenty-five words. Rearrange them to make sentences using at least one long o word in each one.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words ball and bug.
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This printable phonics activity is a fun way for students to differentiate words that have a short i sound by marking or coloring them.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Find each long u word in the rows of jumbled up letters.
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Cut the letters and arrange them  on the page to make the words roof and rose.
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Circle the short o words in the box. Then write those words in alphabetical order on the lines below.
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Circle C and c in the letter box.  Then, practice writing C and c.  Also, think up a word that starts with c and draw it.
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Having your students play with this scavenger hunt activity is a great and fun way for them to practice reading their words that have a long a or short a vowel sound in them.
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Cut out the picture boxes and use glue to place them in the proper columns, sorting them into short i and long i words.
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Write the correct L-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Have your students trace and say the words with the y sound. They can also color in the pictures.
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Students can use letter stampers to form the short u words in the spaces provided.
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Students will use a pencil to draw lines matching the pictures to the words.
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Use a red crayon to color the pictures with a short i sound and a blue crayon to color the pictures with a long i sound in their name.
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This scavenger hunt activity is a fun way for students to learn and practice words that have long and short o vowel sounds.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words ball and bug.
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Color only the pictures that have a short a sound in their name on this printable phonics worksheet.
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Students will use scissors to cut apart the 18 cards and sort the words into 2 groups: Long i words and Short i words
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This file has twenty-four flashcards that can be printed out and cut out to use for practice. Print on card stock paper to get more use out of them.
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This printable phonics activity has 18 pennants that each feature a different long o word to be colored, cut out, and strung up around the classroom.
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Circle B and b in the letter box.  Then, practice writing B and b.  Also, think up a word that starts with b and draw it.
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This printable card activity has twenty-eight picture cards to sort into two groups of words with a short a sound and words without a short a sound.
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Write the words that contain the /p/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Form the words "glue" and "music" from the cut out letter squares on this worksheet.
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Trace and say the words that start with /r/ and color the pictures.
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Use this word wheel to make the words bike, like, spike, hike, and strike.
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On this printable phonics worksheet, color only the pictures of words that have a short o vowel sound.
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Your students will write in the missing letters for each short u word and then write the whole word on the lines.
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Scissors and a glue stick are needed for this phonics worksheet. Cut apart the pictures and glue them in the correct columns, sorting by short and long a sounds.
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Print and cut out these phonics picture cards to sort them into two groups: words that have a long e sound and words that do not.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words cow and cat.
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These 48 flashcards include many three-letter words such as pen, egg, hen, let, net, get, pet, and set. There are also longer words, like bench, check, chess, and dress.
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Students will use crayons to color only the long i pictures on this worksheet.
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Write the correct /s/ word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Use this word wheel to practice words ending in -ck.
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This printable file has thirty-six flashcards of short u words that can be cut apart and used for review.
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Fill in the missing letters in these basic Halloween words: bat (b_t), moon (m_ _n), web (w_b), owl (o_l), and with (wit_ _).
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Cut out the short o words and then glue them to the correct picture.
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Use Scissors and glue to create this phonics flip book of words with a short u vowel sound.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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This printable phonics activity has 25 word boxes to cut out. Then arrange the words to form sentences, trying to use at least one short a word in each sentence. On the lines provided, write down the sentences you make.
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Print out this scavenger hunt activity so your students can have fun while learning the differences between words with short e vowel sounds and words with long e vowel sounds.
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Trace and say the words that start with /t/ and color the pictures.
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Use a red crayon to color pictures that have a short u sound and a blue crayon to color pictures that have a long u sound.
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Cut apart these twenty-eight word cards and sort them into two groups: words with a long o vowel sound and words without it.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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This printable contains 28 word cards to sort into two groups, one with a long a sound, and one without. Print this out on card stock paper so they can be used over and over.
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Cut the letters and arrange them  on the page to make the words pig and pen.
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Trace and read the /j/ words, and color the pictures.
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Use crayons to color in the pictures that have a long u sound in their words.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words rat and ring.
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This word wheel includes the words dig, big, pig, wig, twig, and fig.
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Students can use this web-shaped graphic organizer to help think up more words that have the short o vowel sound.
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Color in the circles to form the word in the picture. Then write the word on the lines.
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Trace and read the /d/ words, and color the pictures.
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This fun activity has students using bingo dabbers, crayons, or markers to color in the word circles. Use red to color in words with a long a sound and blue to color in words with a short a sound.
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Students can pick a color to use when coloring in the circles on this phonics worksheet to identify words that have a long u vowel sound in them.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short i words in it, such as pig, prince, jig, wig, and sit.
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Trace and say the words that start with /s/ and color the pictures.
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Students can trace and say the words with the x sound. They can also color the pictures.
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Draw lines to match the picture to the correct short u word.
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Complete the four sentences with Christmas words from the word bank.
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Sort each of these twenty-eight cards into two groups. Words with a long i vowel sound and words with a short i sound.
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Teachers: read from the answer key words that have long o and short o vowel sounds. Your students will circle the word they hear on their worksheets.
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Circle F and f in the letter box.  Then, practice writing F and f.  Also, think up a word that starts with f and draw it.
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Color the pictures and cut out the boxes along the dotted lines and use glue or a stapler to attach them to the bigger part of the flip book.
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Students can use a bingo dabber, marker, or crayon to color the circles that have words with a long i sound in them.
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Phonics word wheel: sit, quit, lit, bit, and slit.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Hide these fifteen scavenger hunt cards around the classroom and set your students to find them. They can write their answers on the answer key until they find all fifteen of the long u words.
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This printable file has 36 cut-apart flashcards featuring short o words for students to study from.
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Write the words that contain the /b/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Color the pictures and use the letter squares to make the words shown.
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Cut out the twenty five word boxes and rearrange them to make sentences, using at least one long i word in each sentence. Then write the sentences you form on the ruled lines of the next pages.
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The letter squares on this page can be cut out to form the words "tube" and "bugle".
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Write the words that contain the /r/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Spin the circles to make the words: rat, bat, that, sat, mat, and cat
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Say the name of each item shown. Color the circle with the correct consonant blend. Then fill in the missing letters to complete each word.
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Color the pictures, trace along the dotted lines, and then write the words on the ruled lines.
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This cut-and-glue pennant activity has 22 pennants of words with a short u sound for students to color, cut out, and string up around the classroom.
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Circle D and d in the letter box.  Then, practice writing D and d.  Also, think up a word that starts with d and draw it.
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Read a word from each group to your students to see if they can circle the correct word. This phonics worksheet will have students differentiating between words with long and short a sounds.
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Print out this phonics activity so your students can cut and color these 22 word pennants featuring long e words. Afterwards, they can be strung up around the classroom.
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Use these phonics cards to help students learn about the long i sound. This fun memory match game helps children learn and remember long words such as mice, time, and hive.
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Circle the short u words from the word bank and then write them in ABC order on the lines.
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This circle includes but, cut, gut, shut, and nut.
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Students can practice writing Christmas words by tracing the words along the dotted lines and then rewrite the word on the primary-ruled lines.
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There are illustrations of words with short i words on this worksheet, each with a row of jumbled letters. Find the word in each row and circle it.
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This pig-shaped word slider has four different word strips that can be used to practice words that have a long o vowel sound.
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Circle G and g in the letter box.  Then, practice writing G and g.  Also, think up a word that starts with g and draw it.
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This word family wheel has the words boat, goat, float, and throat.
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This phonics worksheet has students using scissors and glue to sort the pictures of short e words in the left column and pictures of long e words in the right column.
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Circle H and h in the letter box.  Then practice writing H and h.  Also, think up a word that starts with h and draw it.
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The picture cards on this file are printable and are to be sorted into two groups: words that contain a long u vowel sound and those that don't.
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Circle Z and z in the letter box. Then, practice writing Z and z. Also, think up a word that starts with z and draw it.
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This printable has fifteen picture cards and fifteen matching word cards featuring words with a short o sound. Use these cards for a memory match game or some other learning activity.
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Trace and say the words that start with /p/ and color the pictures.
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Circle J and j.  Then practice writing J and j.  Trace the words that start with j. Think up a word that starts with j and draw it.
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Print out this activity to have your students color, cut out, and assemble 12 pennants featuring long u words.
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Circle R and r in the letter box.  Then, practice writing letters R, r.  Think up a word that starts with R and draw an illustration.
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Students can spin this world wheel to make the words jet, wet, get, net, let, set, yet, and pet.
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Draw lines to match each picture to the correct short o word.
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Your students will trace the words: run, drum, truck, and brush and then rewrite them on primary-ruled lines.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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For each of the four illustrations, find the long a or short a word within the group of scrambled up letters and circle it.
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This printable phonics file has 30 cards to be cut out and used for reviewing words that have the long e vowel sound.
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Circle L and l in the letter box.  Then, practice writing letters L, l.  Think up a word that starts with l and draw an illustration.
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Trace and say the words that start with the v sound. Then color the pictures.
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This printable file has 40 cards (half words and half pictures) for students to match together.
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Find and write the missing letters for each word in the boxes. Then rewrite the word on the lines below.
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Students will sort each word card into a group based on the vowel sound. Print the cards onto card stock paper for best results.
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This phonics printable has twelve pictures. Color the pictures that are words with a short o sound with a red crayon and words that make a long o sound with a blue crayon.
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Phonics word wheel. Spin the wheel and read the words aloud. Nice, mice, ice, bike, hi, mile, kind, find.
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Read out a word for each group of words and have your students circle which one they hear. The last two questions, students will write down the word they hear.
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This set includes top, stop, hop, and chop.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words nest and net.
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Similar to the picture sorting cards above, this group of cards are made up of only words and they need to be sorted into groups of words that have a long u sound and words that don't.
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Circle X and x in the letter box. Then, practice writing X and x. Also, think up a word that starts with x and draw it.
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Use scissors to cut out the twenty-five word squares on this printable and rearrange them to form sentences using at least one short o word in each one.
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Write the correct hard-c word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Use letter stampers to make the short-e words. This activity makes a fun learning center.
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Cut apart these cards and sort into groups of words with the long i sounds, and words without the long-I sound.
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Write the correct k-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Print out this activity so your students can create little phonics flip books featuring words with a long u sound.
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Look for capital and lowercase letter i.  Practice writing the letter I i.
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Use letter stampers to make the Halloween words. Boo, owl, moon, trick, and witch.
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This printable cut-and-glue activity has 17 pennants of words with a short o sound (ex. clock, sock, dots, stop, and drop).
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This cut and glue activity has your students forming the words "mug" and "sun" with the cut up letter squares.
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Use this primary-ruled worksheet to have your students think up and write down as many short a words as they can.
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This fun phonics activity has students sorting out the picture cards into groups of words with a short e vowel sound and and those that don't.
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Write the correct M-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Write the correct /t/ word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Use this phonics word wheel to practice the words pen, hen, men, ten, den, then, and when.
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Use this printable worksheet filled with primary-ruled lines for students to think up as many words with short u sounds as they can.
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This easy-to-read phonics poem has lots of short a words in it, such as cat, fat, glad, mat, tan, bad, and sad.
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This illustrated horizontal word hunt features both words with long u sounds and short u sounds.
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Write in the missing letters in each of the boxes and then rewrite the short i word on the lines.
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Give your students a copy of the scavenger hunt worksheet. They will search the classroom to find all of the phonics word cards and write them on their sheet.
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Trace and read the /h/ words, and color the pictures.
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Write the correct b-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Challenge your students to find all of the words on this worksheet that have a short o sound. Once found, color in the circle with a crayon, marker, or bingo dabber.
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This set includes tug, mug, rug, dug, and plug.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Students will draw a line to connect the picture on the left to the correct long u word on the right.
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Write the correct /r/ word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Phonics word wheel: glad, mad, sad, dad, and bad
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Students will have fun using letter stampers to form each word in the space provided.
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Trace and say the words that start with the hard-c sound and color the pictures.
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This is fun classroom game to practice words with a long a vowel sound. Hide the fifteen cards around your classroom for your students to find.
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This pennant activity has 17 pennants that can be cut out, colored, and strung about the classroom as a fun way to learn about words with the long i vowel sound.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words six and star.
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Trace and say the words that start with the letter z. Then you can color the pictures too!
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Cut out the word squares and rearrange them on the table to make sentences. Try to use a short u word in each sentence.
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Students can use letter stampers to make each word in the space provided.
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Use scissors to cut apart these 36 cards that feature words with a short i vowel sound such as: kid, sit, him, rip, chin, fit, win, did, and stick.
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This printable has twenty-eight word cards to be sorted into groups of words with a short o sound and words with a long o vowel sound.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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This phonics wheel has the words pin, tin, and thin.
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This phonics pennant activity needs crayons, scissors, glue, and string to complete. There are 13 pennants featuring short a words that students can make to string up around the classroom.
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For this phonics worksheet, use a red marker or bingo dabber to color the circles that have a long i sound and a blue marker or bingo dabber to color the circles with a short i sound.
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Write the words that contain the /m/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Write the words that contain the /t/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Print out this word slider on card stock paper and cut out the picture and word strips along the dotted lines. Weave the word strip through the belly of the penguin and slide up and down to reveal long u words.
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Cut apart these picture cards to sort them into two groups. Words that have the long o vowel sound and those that don't.
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Trace and say the words that start with /b/ and color the pictures.
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This is a phonics printable activity in which students will sort out word cards in groups of words with a short a sound and words without.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words mat and moon.
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Circle T and t in the letter box.  Then, practice writing letters T, t.  Think up a word that starts with T and draw an illustration.
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Sort the eight picture cards into two columns on this phonics worksheet: words that have a short u sound and words with a long u sound.
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Flip the cards upside-down and students will take turns flipping pairs of cards. For example, they can make a match by flipping a picture of a goat and the card that reads "goat".
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Use scissors to cut out the 30 cards along the dotted lines and sort the picture cards into two groups of words with a long a sound and words without.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words pot and paw.
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Figure out what the missing letters are for each word and write them in the boxes.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /r/ sound.
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Spin the circles to make the words: than, pan, can, man, ran, and fan.
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This word wheel features the words gain, rain, main, brain, pain, chain, drain, and train.
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This printable worksheet has eight sets of primary-ruled lines for students to try to think up and write as many words with a short o vowel sound as they can.
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On this worksheet, students will color the pictures that have the short u sound in their name.
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Write the correct d-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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This coloring phonics worksheet will have your students using a red crayon to color in the pictures that have a short a sound and a blue crayon to color in pictures with a long a sound.
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The circles on this worksheet that contain words with a long u sound are to be colored blue and the circles with words with a short u sound should be colored red.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short e words in it, including wet, pet, fetch, and better.
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Circle S and s in the letter box.  Then, practice writing letters S, s.  Think up a word that starts with S and draw an illustration.
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Use this worksheet to practice tracing and saying words that start with the w sound. You can color the pictures too.
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There are twenty-eight word cards that can be printed and cut apart and used to sort into groups of words with a short u vowel sound and words without.
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Say the name of each picture then circle the sound that it begins with. Write the missing letters to complete each word.
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Cut out the words and rearrange them on a table to make sentences. Try to use a short i word in each sentence.
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Find and circle the word shown in the pictures for each row of jumbled up letters.
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Color the words that have the /f/ sound in them.  Includes word list.
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Cut out the short a words on the bottom of the worksheet and glue them to the matching picture.
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Using dabbers, markers, or crayons, color the words with a short e sound blue and words with a long e sound red.
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This phonics wheel has the words dip, sip, lip, tip, and rip.
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There are twenty-five word cards to cut out on the first page and they can be used to rearrange to form sentences. Try using at least one long u word in each sentence.
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Circle W and w in the letter box. Then, practice writing W and w. Also, think up a word that starts with w and draw it.
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This printable phonics activity will provide a fun way for your students to learn about words with a short o vowel sound.
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Color the pictures. Then cut out the letters and glue them onto the paper to make a word for each object shown.
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Cut out the 30 cards in this printable file and sort them into groups of words with long i words and words without.
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Cut out the letter squares at the bottom of the page to form the words "cube" and "mule".
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Neatly trace these Halloween words. Then write them on the primary-ruled lines.
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Write the missing letter for each word and then write the word on the lines.
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Students will use scissors to cut out the letter squares and a glue stick to adhere the letters to form the words "tub" and "under".
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Write the words that have the /d/ sound in them.  Includes word list.
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Have your students us an ink dabber, marker, or crayon to color the words that have the short a vowel sound on this printable worksheet.
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Use these printable short e phonics cards as a memory match game. Have students take turns flipping cards over trying to make matches between the pictures and words.
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These short i phonics cards can be used for a fun memory match game to reinforce this short-vowel sound. They can also be used for other games and activities, such as practicing alphabetical order.
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Use this printable graphic organizer to help students think up words with a short u sound.
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Hide these fifteen scavenger hunt cards around the classroom and have your students search for them. On their answer sheets they will write the word and if it is short u sound or long u sound.
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This phonics worksheet has twelve pictures. Students will color just the pictures that have a short i vowel sound.
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This printable file has thirty-six long o flashcards that can be cut apart and used for reviewing.
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This phonics worksheet involves coloring to distinguish words with a short u vowel sound from the other words.
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These words include got, lot, cot, and dot.
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Write the words that contain the /n/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Students will have fun with this phonics activity forming the words with letter stampers.
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Trace and say the words that start with qu and color the pictures.
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Spin the circles to make the words: rag, bag, tag, sag, snag, and wag.
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The objective for this activity is for students to sort the pictures into two groups: words that have the short o vowel sound and those that don't.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words cup and cake.
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Print and cut out cards in this scavenger hunt activity. Hide the cards featuring words with a short a sound around your classroom and have your students find them.
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Figure out what the missing letters are for each of these words and then write the words on the ruled lines.
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Circle K and k in the letter box.  Then, practice writing letters K, k.  Think up a word that starts with k and draw an illustration.
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Use letter ink stampers to make the words shown.
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This printable scavenger hunt activity is a fun way for your class to practice with their short u words.
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Here's a set of 36 short a flashcards. Words include at, am, cat, ham, man, rat, map, pan, etc.
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This printable has 41 cut-apart word flashcards for students to use to practice reading words with a long i vowel sound.
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Cut out the words on the bottom of this worksheet and match the short u words to the correct pictures.
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This phonics card game has 36 cards to be cut out (18 word cards and 18 picture cards) highlighting words with the short a sound in them. Use the cards for memory games, review activities, and more.
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Cut out and sort the word cards into 2 groups: long e words and short e words.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words gift and goat.
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This word family wheel has the words look, took, shook, cook, book, and hook.
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Cut the letters and arrange them on the page to make the word queen.
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This phonics wheel has the words time, dime, lime, chime, crime.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the hard-c sound.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /k/ sound.
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The -ear phonics circle has hear, near, pear, and tear.
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There are three ways to pronounce suffix -ed. Sort the words into three different pronunciation groups.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words toys and tent.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /h/ sound.
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This word wheel includes the words tuck, luck, truck, and duck.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /p/ sound.
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Words in the -ail family include: sail, pail, mail, and fail.
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Cut the letters and arrange them  on the page to make the words snow and sled.
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This phonics wheel has the words pine, line, dine, and mine.
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Sort the /m/ words into five categories - ma-, me-, mi-, mo-, and mu-
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Sort the pictures and words into three groups - words that start with /t/, words that have /t/ in the middle, and words that end with /t/
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Phonics word wheel: well, spell, tell, bell, smell, and sell
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Spin to make the words: map, tap, slap, flap, and nap.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /d/ sound.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short o words in it, such as stop, hot,top, pot, and hopping.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Phonics wheel with -ight words: sight, bright, right, light, might, and light.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /m/ sound.
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This phonics spinner has meal, real, seal, heal, teal, and steal.
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This word wheel has tall, mall, call, ball, fall, and wall
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /l/ sound.
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Words that end with -ing, including: sing, wing, thing, king, swing, and ring.
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Sort the pictures and words into three groups - words that start with /p/, words that have /p/ in the middle, and words that end with /p/
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Circle V and v in the letter box. Then, practice writing V and v. Also, think up a word that starts with v and draw it.
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This phonics wheel has the words price, slice, rice, mice, and nice.
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Sort the /f/ words into five word groups: ja-, je-, ji-, jo-, and ju-.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short o words in it, such as odd, on, spot, dot, and dog.
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Sort the /L/ words into three categories - words that begin with L, words that have an L in the middle, words that end with L.
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Sort the words into two groups: those that make the /s/ sound (like grass and spell) and those that make the /z/ sound (like has and was).
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These words include how, now, cow, pow, and wow.
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Sort the pictures and words into three groups - words that start with /n/, words that have /n/ in the middle, and words that end with /n/
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Cut the letters and glue them in order to make the word quilt.
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Words in the -and family include sand, hand, land, and stand.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short i words in it, such as drip, sink, quick, slip, and sink.
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Sort the pictures and words into three groups - words that start with /s/, words that have /s/ in the middle, and words that end with /s/
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Sort the /f/ words into five word groups: fa-, fe-, fi-, fl-, and fo-.
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This word family wheel has the words lock, stock, and rock, dock.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the letters Qu.
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Phonics word family wheel: west, test, best, pest, chest, and nest.
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Phonics word families:  plate, gate, state, mate, and late.
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Sort the /d/ words into five word families: -ad, -ed, -id, -od, and -ud.
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short u words in it, such as hug, buggy, bump, rug, up, and cut.
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Sort the /h/ words into five word groups: ha-, he-, hi-, ho-, and hu-.
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Trace and say the words that start with /l/ and color the pictures.
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Phonics word wheel: friend, lend, spend, send, bend
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Black and white version: sweep, sleep, deep, beep, keep, and sheep.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /b/ sound.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /j/ sound.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Words that end with -ink, including: think, stink, sink, and wink.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /n/ sound.
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Write the correct word for each picture (quilt & queen).
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Phonics word family wheel: new, knew, grew, and drew.
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Sort the /b/ words into five word families: -ab, -eb, -ib, -ob, and -ub.
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Trace and say the words that start with /k/ and color the pictures.
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Sort the pictures and words into three groups - words that start with /r/, words that have /r/ in the middle, and words that end with /r/
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Word family word wheel: saw, law, paw, straw, and claw
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This short vowel phonics poem has many short u words in it, such as puppy, dug, tub, rug, and tummy.
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Trace and say the words that start with /m/ and color the pictures.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /t/ sound.
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Make your own word family, phonics word wheel!
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Find pairs of contractions and pairs of goofy monsters in this memory match card game.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /s/ sound.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /f/ sound.
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This phonics wheel has the words sick, trick, thick, pick, stick, and kick.
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