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- Your first graders will love practicing diphthongs with these fun chants, practice activities and sorting activities. Print and Digital activities (created with Google Slides) are included to support distance learning You'll also find word wall cards, matching game, and extension game or activity.$10.00$12.00Save $2.00
Explicit phonics instruction doesn't have to be boring! Chant, practice, sort, and play as you practice the Diphthongs aw and au. Use the low prep printable version or the ready to assign digital version using Google Slides (great for distance learning or synchronous lessons).
*2 full page posters with the diphthong, anchor word (chant to teach students included on the last page)
*2 practice pages per diphthong
and one mixed practice page
*Silly sentence practice
*sort and record au vs aw
*aw/ au no prep print and play partner game/activity
* word cards with matching pictures for sorting and matching
The digital part of this resource includes 14 slides which can be used interactively using Google Slides on a computer (this does not work as well on a laptop because of the drag and drop nature of the shapes). There is a link in the second page of this PDf which will prompt you to make a copy to save to your drive. You can then assign or send additional copies you make to individual students. Directions and movable pieces are off to the side of the "page" on the slide so your students have a workspace.
The slides contain :
*Chant posters (1 for au and 1 for aw)- This is the same as the print packet
*Outline the chunk and read the word (comparable to print vocab cards)
*Sort the pictures and words into au or aw (comparable to word sort)
*Drag and drop the word to match the picture (similar to a suggested use of vocab cards)
*Type the aw or au chunk in the blank. Then drag the line to match the picture.
*Type the word next to the picture using the word bank.
*Make a silly sentence (with picture vocab cards and work space)
*3 in a row game to print or use digitally with a shared computer/ mouse.
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