124 Common Noun Phoneme Blending and Segmentation Flip Cards - SASSOON Font

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Check out these Blending and Segmentation Activities! Use these 124 Common Noun Flip, Read, and Spell Cards for phoneme blending as the children learn to blend the sounds to read words or for phoneme segmentation activities as the student separates the sounds to write words! {Pre-K (preschool), Kindergarten, Grade One} Teach. Play. Learn.

124 Flip, Read, and Spell Cards: Common Nouns (SASSOON Font)

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Reading: Fold the sound flaps up to cover the picture. Unfold the flaps one at a time. When the flap is unfolded, say each sound and then blend the sounds together to read the word. (For those who need support, the picture clue is revealed.)

Spelling: Look at the pictures and say the word. Turn the sounds up, covering the picture. As you bend the sound down, slowly say each sound to segment and spell the word. Read the complete word.

NOTES: Most of these high frequency nouns use the 42 basic sounds and spelling patterns found in programs like Jolly Phonics. (e.g. ant - /a/n/t/; sister - /s/i/s/t/er/; farmer - /f/ar/m/er/)

Use the Flip, Read, and Spell Cards for:

· blending

· segmenting

· predicting

· beginning sounds

· ending sounds

· vowel work

· digraph/diphthong work

· adjacent consonants (blends)

· syllable work

· assessments

· rhyming

· word families

Use this resource as a Whole Class reviewing sounds that have been taught, as a small group activity at the Literacy Center, in a Library Corner, as a Homework Activity, for Peer Tutoring or a Buddy Class Activity, or for a Fast Finisher!

A time saver for:

· Teachers using reading programs like Jolly Phonics

· Reading Specialists

· Special Education Teachers

· EFL, ESL, ELD, ELL

· Classroom Teachers

· Homeschool

· Parents

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds.
Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).
Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.

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