Double e Phonics Pack 7
McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders Kindergarten Phonics Supplement
Supplement For Any Reading Program
This is a pack of 5 ‘ee’ phonics activities, 7 worksheets, 3 handwriting sheets, and 2 games to supplement the McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders Kindergarten Series. This pack can be used with any reading program.
Segmenting Cards (color)
The children spell the words with letter tiles or write with dry erase markers. I use these in literacy stations.
Sort – Do You Hear ‘ee’? (black line)
The children will color the pictures, cut, and sort the pictures. They will glue the pictures under ‘yes’ if they hear ‘ee’ and under ‘no’ if they don’t.
Words: sheep, web, pet, tree, sleep, jet, creep, bed, bee, beg, queen, net, leg, feet, wet, peel
2 Rhyme Time – Rhyme and Segmenting (black line)
Children will color the pictures, cut, and pair the rhyming words to glue in the boxes. They will then spell the words on the lines below the boxes. The ‘Draw and Write a Sentence’ sheet can be used to provide differentiation. The children will pick 4 words to spell, illustrate and then write a sentence with the word.
Set 1 - Words: peek/cheek, three/tee, seed/feed, feet/street, keep/sweep, green/queen
Set 2 – Words: jeep/weep, sleep/sheep, seed/weed, see/bee, beet/meet. Heel/peel
What’s the word? Blending (black line)
Children will blend the word, find the picture that shows the word, color it, cut it out, and glue it in the box above the word. For differentiation, use the ‘Draw and Write a Sentence’ Sheet. The children will pick 4 words to spell, illustrate and then write a sentence with the word.
There are 3 different segmenting sheets that provide differentiation in 2 ways.
1. Children will segment 9 words and spell them under the picture.
2. Children will spell 5 of the words and write a sentence with each word.
Sheet 1 Words: feet, peek, feed, peel, tee, weed, meet, bee, seed
Sheet 2 Words: heel, sheep, beet, tree, sleep, sweep, teeth, deer, three
Sheet 3 Words: see, keep, queen, cheek, street, peep, green, weep, jeep
Blending Worksheet: The children will blend the word and draw a line to the picture.
3 Handwriting Sheets: The children will practice letter formation by writing ‘ee’ words. This is also a good way to help them read the words and spell them.
Roll, Read, and Color
In this game the children will each have a game board that has 36 ‘ee’ words on it. The children will take turns rolling a dot or number die (1 – 6). They will read and color any word below the dot die of the number they rolled. If they can’t blend the word, they are told the word but do not color it. If they roll a number in which all words have been colored, they miss a turn. The first child to color all the boxes or the child with the most colored when time is up wins.
Instead of each child having their own board, you can use one. Each child will have a different color to color their words. The child with the most boxes covered wins.
The ‘Draw and Write a Sentence’ sheet can be used to provide differentiation.
Where’s the Bee?
Place some of the flower cards with ‘ee’ words on them in a pocket chart. Hide the bee behind one of the flowers. Children will guess where the bee is by reading the word on the card that they think the bee is behind. Children will keep guessing until the bee is found. I have included cards with ‘short e’ words on them to mix in if you choose,