Phonics goodies!

Hey ya'll! I want to share a little goody that has truly been a labor of love. Seriously, sometimes...when you are working on a unit there are times when your eyeballs feel like they are going to burn up and just can't look at it for one more second! This was NOT the case. I just LOVED making this ULTIMATE Printable Phonics Pack so much that the wheels are already spinning on a math printable pack. :)  It contains SO many print-and-use activities that are ready to go with no prep work required... and covers everything, beginning and ending sounds, syllables, rhyming words, short vowels, long vowels, CVC words, CVCe words, R/L/S blends, beginning and ending digraphs... shew! Over 80 interactive pages where all you need are some crayons, scissors and glue! Easy peasy!


Anywhoo... we are working really hard at recognizing beginning and ending sounds and stretching out words when we write. I even started using Stretchy Snake Words WAAAY sooner than I did last year... (so far with just short a words) and the kids are rockin' it! We are working on learning about all the different sounds that letters make... like the hard and soft c sounds this week!

Enjoy your week everyone! :)

4 comments

  1. I need to hire out someone to do my anchor charts! Mine always look terrible
    I can't draw a circle or straight line so you can imagine the horrible that is my anchor charts!
    Shuna
    Pocket Full of Kinders

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  2. This is awesome; I need to do that kind of activity with my restless 3year old who gets bored easily. I find it hard enough trying to keep him on his seat even for the shortest time therefore have to keep searching for interesting ways of keeping him interested in learning. I get such resources from this site I found that offers anything a mom of a three year old scholar might need. It has been very helpful to me for the time I have been using it too. Thanks for your new idea too.

    Regards
    Daniele Wren
    http://easylearnreading.com

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