Are your students ready to blend? Or do your students need more practice mastering each letter’s basic sounds? This FREEBIE will help you find out! In order to be a successful reader, your students need to have mastered the “basic code” or most common sounds that are represented by individual letters. Successfully reading CVC words (real and nonsense ones) is a good indicator of readiness to read adjacent consonant sounds and blended sound pictures (digraphs).
This FREEBIE includes two CVC Real vs. Nonsense Cut and Sort activities and a sample worksheet (The Sound Picture ‘ck’) from the The Ultimate Blends Bundle
The The Ultimate Blends Bundle
is LOADED with consonant blends practice! Best of all, the The Ultimate Blends Bundle
is designed to help your new, or struggling reader, become an AWESOME reader! Check out the preview included in this download!
To complete the Sound Picture sheet in this download: Have your students read the first section aloud (they should touch each sound picture with a dot marker, or their finger as they say its sound), as you listen and correct any mistakes. Next, they should find and write the eight ‘ck’ words in the clock picture—putting a box around each ‘ck’. Finally, they will color the words with the ‘ck’ digraph. Be sure they notice that some words have a ‘c’ or ‘k’ that is not used as a digraph. These words should not be colored—they should only color the ones with the target digraph.
Thank you for downloading this FREEBIE! Please don’t hesitate to e-mail me if you have any questions!
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