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1st Grade Common Core: RF.1.3a

Common Core Identifier: RF.1.3a / Grade: 1
Curriculum: Reading Foundational Skills: Phonics and Word recognition
Detail: Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs.
312 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Chad and Chip are chipmunks who play chess, chat, and chase each other.
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Write the letters ch or sh on each line to correctly complete the sentence.
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Phonics word wheel: chip, chip, chin, chew, chess, and chest.
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Spin the wheel to make the words these, those, them, there, this and they.
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After taking off her shoes and walking on the shore, the main character goes to the shake shop.
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This phonics word wheel contains the words: chair, child, check, chew, chin, chip, chat, and chop.
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Each riddle can be answered with a ch or sh word.
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Unscramble the /sh/ words and find them in the puzzle.
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Phonics word wheel: ship, shop, shell, she, shoe, and show.
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Spin the wheel to make the words tooth, with, math, both, and bath.
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Unscramble the /ch/ words and find them in the puzzle.
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Make a list of words that begins and ends with sh and ch
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Can you make the words "ship" and "sheep" with the letter boxes provided? Glue them in the spaces below the pictures.
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There are six pictures of words that start with the CH digraph. Find the word at the top word bank and write it on the ruled lines.
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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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Cut out the picture cards and sort them on the t-chart.
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This cut-and-glue activity makes a handy flip book. Students will color the pictures and glue or staple the pages to the main page.
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This pennant activity has 15 printable pennants featuring words with the SH sound. They are to be cut out, colored, and strung up around the classroom for fun.
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Print and cut out these 19 flashcards of words that end with CH. Words include: lunch, much, ouch, beach, march, which, and such.
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There are many uses for these flashcards, which feature words that end in the phonics digraph /ck/.
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This cut-and-glue activity has students cutting out the word boxes with SH words and gluing them to the matching picture.
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Cut out the 10 letter squares along the dotted lines and use a glue stick to adhere them in the correct spots to form the words "chain" and "chair".
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Use this word wheel to make the words bike, like, spike, hike, and strike.
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With this worksheet, students can color the pictures, trace the words along the dotted lines, and practice their handwriting by rewriting the word on the primary-ruled lines.
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This worksheet has eight primary-ruled lines for students to think up and write all of the SH words they can think of.
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This word slider is a handy way to review your "wh" words.
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Color the four pictures, then trace the SH words along the dotted lines. Next, write the words on the primary-ruled lines.
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This printable phonics card game is a great and fun way for students to practice words with the /ch/ sound. There are 21 word cards and 21 picture cards to play with.
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Students can use this worksheet to keep track of words they've found that end in /ck/ and have /ck/ in the middle.
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Cut out the pages to this mini-book along the dotted lines and staple them together. Use this mini-book to practice reading words with the CH digraph sound.
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Color, cut out, and hang up these pennants around the classroom to practice ck words.
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This phonics printable has 22 flashcards that can be cut out and used for practicing words with the SH digraph.
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Say the name of each object shown. Color only the objects that have the /sh/ sound.
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Students can use these flash cards to practice remembering words with the consonant digraph "wh."
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Write the missing letters in the boxes to complete the word and then write that word on the lines below.
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This printable file has 20 flashcards of words that begin with CH. Students can practice reading words, such as: check, chop, cherry, chalk, cheese, and chill.
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Students can use this web diagram to write 'ck' words.
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Have your students use scissors and glue to form the words "chip" and "chin" in the letter squares below the pictures.
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This worksheet includes six pictures of words that end with the CK digraph. Find the word in the word bank at the top of the page and write it on the ruled lines.
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Use letter stampers to form the SH words in the spaces provided.
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Students will take their scavenger hunt worksheet around the classroom to find the fifteen word cards that are hidden, and write the word they find on their sheet.
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Use this chart to help students practice recognizing words that start with "wh" and words that do not.
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This set includes more, sore, tore, wore, store.
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This printable phonics worksheet has spaces for students to write six words with a /ch/ sound in.
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Students can cut and glue to make the words duck and clock.
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Use scissors to cut out the six words on the bottom of the worksheet and glue them in the correct space with the matching picture.
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With this worksheet, students can practice building the words kick and truck.
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Students will enjoy reading words with the SH digraph with this easy-to-assemble mini-book.
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This word wheel is different from the first because it spins to reveal words with the SH sound at the end of the word (ex. wish, push, dish).
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Color the objects that have the /ch/ sound in their names.
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Fill in the missing letter in each word. Then rewrite the word on the line provided.
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Students can color and put-together this cute phonics flip book featuring SH words.
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Use the picture word bank to find the right CH word to complete the sentences below.
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This word wheel includes the words dig, big, pig, wig, twig, and fig.
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Fill in the missing letters and rewrite each word on the line below the picture.
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Sort the picture cards into two groups: /sh/ and /ch/. Pictures include: cheese, shell, sheep, chimney, chicken, cherries, share, shoes, ship, shovel, chin, chess, chair, church, shorts and shirt.
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Have students cut out the words and arrange them into sentences, using at least one "wh" word in each. Then they can write their sentences on the lines provided.
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Cut out the word squares and arrange them into sentences. Use at least one SH word in each sentence and write the sentences down on the lines attached.
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Print the word cards on card stock paper and cut them apart. Hand out copies of the scavenger hunt worksheet to each student. Hide the 15 word cards around the classroom for your students to find.
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Students can cut out the words whale, wheat, wheel, white, and whistle and glue them to match with the corresponding picture.
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Use the letter tiles to make the words "shark" and "shell" on this phonics worksheet.
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Color the pictures, trace the words along the dotted lines, and then rewrite the word on the primary-ruled lines.
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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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Color, assemble, and read this 8-page mini-book about blue and black berries.
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Trace the letters and write the words. Chick, shoe, chimp, and short.
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Print out this phonics card game to have a fun activity for students to practice words with the digraph "wh."
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Find the /ch/ words in the horizontal strings of letters.
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This fish-shaped word slider has two word strips. One of them has words that have the SH sound at the beginning of the word (ex. shark) and the other word strip has words with the SH sound at the end of the word (ex. wash).
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Print and cut out the chicken-shaped word slider. Weave the words strip through the middle and slide up and down to reveal the CH words.
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Have students put together this word wheel and spin it to view words that ending with the letters ck.
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Use scissors to cut out the picture boxes and glue them to the appropriate column: SH words or other words.
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This pennant activity has 16 pennants that can be colored, cut out, and strung up around the classroom as a fun, phonics decoration.
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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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Students can play a variety of matching games with these cards.
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Cut, staple, and complete this 6-page phonics mini book. Students color objects that begin and end with the /sh/ and /ch/.
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Practice spelling each word using letter stampers.
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This phonics graphic organizer has 6 spaces for students to write SH words.
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Cut out the word squares and rearrange them on the table to make sentences. Try to use a CH word in each sentence. Write the sentences on lined paper.
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Students can cut out the words and arrange them to make sentences with /ck/ words. Then they can write the sentences on the lines provided.
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Cut and glue the picture boxes in the the correct columns. Words with the CH digraph at the beginning of the word go in the left column and words with the CH sound at the end of the word go in the right column.
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This duck-shaped word slider provides a fun way to practice words with the consonant digraph ck.
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This cut and glue activity forms a phonics flip book. Color the pictures and then glue or staple the cut out pages to the main page.
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Cut out the pictures and place them in the appropriate column based on whether they have the vowel digraph ck or ch.
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Look at the pictures on this worksheet and writing the correct word for it on the lines using the word bank at the top of the page.
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This fun, phonics scavenger hunt features both words with a /ch/ sound and words with a /sh/ sound. Students will write the words they find on their worksheets as they search for the word cards.
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Students can use this word web to fill in 6 WH words.
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This word family wheel has the words boat, goat, float, and throat.
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This fun activity is a fun way for your students to practice identifying words with the CH sound. Draw lines to match each picture to the correct CH word.
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Create a flip book of 'ck' words with this cut-and-glue activity.
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Each of these words has the /ch/ or /sh/ sound. Complete each word by filling in the missing letters.
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Carefully cut out the letters and use them to spell the words "wheel" and "whale." Glue them underneath their corresponding picture.
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This phonics printable has 36 (18 word and 18 picture) cards to cut out and use in different ways to practice learning words with the SH digraph.
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Print out this phonics word wheel to practice reading words with the SH sound at the beginning of the word (ex. shell, sheep, short).
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Cut out the word wheels and attach them together with a brass paper fastener. Spin the wheel to read the words: much, rich, lunch, bench, beach, which, such, and inch.
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Students can color the items on the page that end with the digraph /ck/.
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Complete the sentences on this page by writing in the correct SH word on the blank line.
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Your students will find and write in the missing letter for each word and then rewrite the word on the lines provided below the picture.
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This word wheel features the words gain, rain, main, brain, pain, chain, drain, and train.
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Print out this activity and have students complete a fun scavenger hunt to reinforce their knowledge of ck words.
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Circle the word that names each picture. The write the word on the line. Items include: shell, chip, sheep, ship, and fish.
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These pennants that can be colored, cut out, glued to string, and strung up around the classroom for a fun phonics decoration.
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Students will practice recognizing SH digraph words by drawing a line to match the picture to the matching word.
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Print off this worksheet so your students can complete this fun phonics stamper activity.
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Have your students use letter stampers to form each word in the box next to the word.
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This circle includes but, cut, gut, shut, and nut.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Write the words that contain the /r/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Trace and read the /j/ words, and color the pictures.
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Spin the circles to make the words: rat, bat, that, sat, mat, and cat
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Find pairs of contractions and pairs of goofy monsters in this memory match card game.
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Write the words that rhyme with ball, fish, tent, and duck.
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Phonics word wheel: music, clue, use, blue, mule, tube, cube, menu.
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Here is my truck.  Here is my toy.  Here is my tent and my tree and my turtle.
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Trace and say the words that start with /t/ and color the pictures.
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Phonics wheel with -ight words: sight, bright, right, light, might, and light.
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Sort the /m/ words into five categories - ma-, me-, mi-, mo-, and mu-
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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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Write the words that contain the /l/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Trace and say the words that start with the hard-c sound and color the pictures.
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In this long u book, a boy uses his crayons to draw a unicorn, the USA, and a cube.
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This book features pictures of glue, grass, a garden, and a girl.
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These words include how, now, cow, pow, and wow.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the letters Qu.
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One word from each row does not rhyme with the others. Circle the one that does not belong.
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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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Color the words that rhyme with pig.
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Sort the /f/ words into five word groups: fa-, fe-, fi-, fl-, and fo-.
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Phonics word wheel: cook, book, wool, look, took, wood, hook, and foot.
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Find words with -ea- and -ee- in this easy-to-read, eight-page minibook. Words include, beat, heat, sleep, bees, leap, sea, free and street. Students assemble and color the pictures, then read the book.
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Read about Stacy's car.  It will steer and stop, but not start.  Can Steve fix Stacy's car?
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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 /k/ and color the pictures.
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This phonics spinner has meal, real, seal, heal, teal, and steal.
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Tell what each contraction stands for, then find the words in the puzzle.
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Where is the zebra?  There is the zebra.  Where is the zoo?  There is the zoo.  Where is the zipper?
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Spin the wheel to make the words wheel, what, wheat, why, whale, white, and whole.
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Words that end with -ing, including: sing, wing, thing, king, swing, and ring.
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Trace and say the words that start with /n/ and color the pictures.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words man and mug.
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Write the words that have the /d/ sound in them.  Includes word list.
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Who is this? This is the police officer? Who is this? This is the bus driver. Who is this? This is the doctor. Who is this? This is my teacher.
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Mom, mug, mop,mess, mat, milk, and mug are all featured words in this marvelous little book.
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Spin the wheel to make words that start with Q, including quit, quiet, queen, quilt, quite, quiz, and quarter.
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Write the words that rhyme with ball, nest, bat, star, and truck.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /h/ sound.
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This word wheel has tall, mall, call, ball, fall, and wall
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Brainstorm words that have long and short vowel sounds.  List your words in the matrix chart.
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Phonics word wheel: gym, gem, gel, germ, giant.
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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 /l/ and color the pictures.
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This phonics wheel has the words price, slice, rice, mice, and nice.
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Practice reading first grade sight words with this whole-class card game. Includes 26 game cards with words from the Level 1 (first grade) Dolch list.
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Phonics word wheel: tow, row, snow, grow, flow, and blow.
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Do you see the bee? The bee is in a tree.  The bee is on a seed.  The bee in on a leaf.
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This mini-book features a cow, cup, cat, cap, can, cap, and cake.
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Phonics word wheel: sit, quit, lit, bit, and slit.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words pot and paw.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /j/ sound.
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Word family word wheel: saw, law, paw, straw, and claw
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First underline the contraction in each sentence.  Then, tell what words the contraction stands for.
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Phonics word wheel: clip, clay, clock, clip, clam, clog, and clap.
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We see a web.  We see a wagon.  We see a wasp.  We see a wall. 
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Write the words that contain the /t/ sound.  Includes word list.
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This phonics wheel has the words sick, trick, thick, pick, stick, and kick.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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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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Trace and read the /d/ words, and color the pictures.
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Two friends will bake a cake for Mike's birthday. Silent-e words include: bake, cake, smoke, nose, and face.
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These 8 pages feature a log, leaf, lamp, lamb, lion, lock, and lizard.
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Cut the letters and arrange them on the page to make the word queen.
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Color the words that rhyme with tree.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words gift and goat.
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Spin the circles to make the words: rag, bag, tag, sag, snag, and wag.
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Read each word and determine its vowel sound.  Color the boxes according to the key.
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Cut the letters and arrange them  on the page to make the words snow and sled.
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Write the correct k-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Black and white version: sweep, sleep, deep, beep, keep, and sheep.
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Determine how each contraction is formed and tell what letters are missing.  Then, use the word in a complete sentence.
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Phonics word wheel: may, pay, say, hay, day, clay, tray, and play.
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Spin the wheel to make Wh words, including why, what, where, when, wheel, and while.
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Words that end with -ink, including: think, stink, sink, and wink.
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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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These words include got, lot, cot, and dot.
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Sort the /d/ words into five word families: -ad, -ed, -id, -od, and -ud.
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I see a sheep. Baa. Baa. I see a duck. Quack. Quack. I see a pig. Oink. Oink.
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Cut the letters and arrange them  on the page to make the words roof and rose.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Spin the circles to make the words: than, pan, can, man, ran, and fan.
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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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An extra letter has been added to these short vowel words.  Students must figure out the mystery words by removing one letter.  (example:  meop = mop)
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Spin the phonics wheel to make words that start with V, including vine, vote, vase, vet, very, and van.
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The queen won't be quiet and the duck won't stop quacking!
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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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Phonics word family wheel: new, knew, grew, and drew.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /m/ sound.
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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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Write the correct L-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Trace and say the words that start with /b/ and color the pictures.
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Read about the adventures of Jen.  First, Jen chases butterflies with her net.  Then it rains and she gets wet.  Then she lays in a tent.
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This mini-book features a fox, fish, foot, fly, fan, farm, and frog.
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This phonics wheel has the words dip, sip, lip, tip, and rip.
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Write the words that contain the /p/ sound.  Includes word list.
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Write the words that rhyme with rat, pig, frog, snake, and bear.
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Make your own word family, phonics word wheel!
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Find and write the words that rhyme with book, tree, crab, and fox.
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Spin the phonics word wheel to make words that start with F, including fix, far, fly, for, fast, and fish.
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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 /r/, words that have /r/ in the middle, and words that end with /r/
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Phonics word wheel: well, spell, tell, bell, smell, and sell
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Possessive nouns and contractions both have apostrophes in them.  Learn the differences between these two types of words.
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Phonics word wheel: eat, beat, team, meat, sea, seat, and lean.
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Read about three friends: Rat, Cat and Pat.  Rat and cat sit on a comfy mat, then they sit in a hat.  They find they're most comfortable when they sit on Pat.
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In this book, students will read about a dog, doll, duck, deer, dress, door, and a drum.
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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 words pig and pen.
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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 /f/ sound.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /r/ sound.
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Write the correct word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Spin to make the words: map, tap, slap, flap, and nap.
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There are three ways to pronounce suffix -ed. Sort the words into three different pronunciation groups.
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Phonics word wheel: hot, not, on, stop, doll, job, mop, got.
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I see the star and the sky.  I see the snow and the sled.  I see the snake and the sand.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words toys and tent.
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This phonics wheel has the words time, dime, lime, chime, crime.
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Write the words that contain the /m/ sound.  Includes word list.
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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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Sort the /b/ words into five word families: -ab, -eb, -ib, -ob, and -ub.
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In this long o book, a boy rows his boat.  When he drops his oar in the water, he needs a tow.
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Read the words hat, ham, house, hand, and more.
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These words include tub, club, cub, and sub.
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Write the correct word for each picture (quilt & queen).
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Color the sections of the word web that rhyme with the words crow and thought.
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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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Color the words that rhyme with cat.
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Color the words that have the /f/ sound in them.  Includes word list.
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Phonics word wheel: boot, cool, pool, school, moo, boo, and tool.
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Phonics word wheel: bee, sleep, street, meet, sea, keep, and free.
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Read about the snake sneaks through the grass looking for a snack.  She snoops by the wood pile when she hears a snap.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /s/ sound.
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Sort the /f/ words into five word groups: ja-, je-, ji-, jo-, and ju-.
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The -ear phonics circle has hear, near, pear, and tear.
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Choose the correct contraction word to best complete each sentence.
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This is a box.  This is a fox.  This is an ax.  This is an ox.
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Spin the wheel to make words that start with W, including way, wet, wag, worm, wall, well, and west.
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This phonics wheel has the words pine, line, dine, and mine.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words nest and net.
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Write the correct M-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Mr. Goat puts his boat in the moat.  His boat will not float.  He plugs the hole with his coat.
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Do you see the net?  Do you see the nut?  How about the note?  The nest?
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Trace and say the words that start with qu and color the pictures.
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Write the words that rhyme with corn, pear, pie, cake, and nuts.
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Trace and read the /h/ words, and color the pictures.
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Words in the -ail family include: sail, pail, mail, and fail.
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Use your knowledge of vowel sounds to answer these phonics questions.
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Spin the word wheel to make the words race, trace, face, cent, city, and ice.
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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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Write the correct 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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Match the vowel sound on the left with the word on the right.
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Trace and say the words that start with /s/ and color the pictures.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /k/ sound.
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Phonics word wheel: friend, lend, spend, send, bend
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Change the words in parenthesis into a contraction to complete each sentence.
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Phonics word wheel: bee, see, weed, tree, feet, queen, and seed.
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Kay-Kay! is a story about a young horse.  There are plenty of easy-to-read long a words, like play, say, way, and hay.
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In this mini-book, students will read about a bat, a boy, a bug, a bed, a bike, a ball, and a baby.
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This word family wheel has the words lock, stock, and rock, dock.
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Write the words that contain the /n/ sound.  Includes word list.
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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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Read about a family who gets in a car, goes too far, and follows a star.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words rat and ring.
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Sort the /h/ words into five word groups: ha-, he-, hi-, ho-, and hu-.
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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 u words in it, such as hug, buggy, bump, rug, up, and cut.
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Find words with -ow- and -ou- in this easy-to-read, eight-page minibook. Words include, "cloud, cow, round, brown, flower, loud, and owl. Students can color the pictures and read the book.
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Phonics word wheel: rest, fed, bed, tell, well, pet, let, best.
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Do you like the rat?  Do you like the ring?  Do you like the rose?
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /t/ sound.
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Phonics word family wheel: west, test, best, pest, chest, and nest.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words mat and moon.
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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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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /l/ sound.
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Write the words that contain the /b/ sound.  Includes word list.
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In this long i book, a girl lies to her mom about eating pie, cries when she hurts her arm, and needs help tying her shoe.
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Read the story about a jet, jelly, jar, jeep, and jacket.
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This set includes top, stop, hop, and chop.
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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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Color the words on the web that rhyme with the words good and enough.
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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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Find and write the words that rhyme with chick, plane, ship, and shell.
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Cut out the letters and use them to make the words ball and bug.
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Phonics word wheel: mouth, cloud, out, about, and loud.
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Write the correct /s/ word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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Cut the letters and arrange them to make the words bed and bat.
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Phonics word families:  plate, gate, state, mate, and late.
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Cut out the words and paste them next to their matching contractions.
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Phonics word wheel: tray, trip, trap, tree, and try.
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The van is over there.  The vase is over there.  The vet is over there.
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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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This phonics wheel has the words pin, tin, and thin.
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Match the words and pictures that begin with the /n/ sound.
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Trace and say the words that start with /m/ and color the pictures.
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Write the correct d-word for each picture.  Includes a word list.
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The moon comes out too soon!  When I look out of my room, I see that the moon is out at noon.
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That is my pan.  That is my pet.  That is my pen.  That is my pool.
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Cut the letters and glue them in order to make the word quilt.
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Color the matching words that rhyme with book.
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