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Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas

Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
Faire de la pizza en fusionnant - FRENCH segmenting/blending pizzas
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Here is a fun, engaging game that my students LOVE to play during guided reading. It helps students who are learning to read words in “chunks” and blend them together, by having them practice those skills in an informal setting - which will then translate to when they are reading!

To set up the game, you will need to print and laminate one pizza for each member of your group, and as many cards as you like. I would not suggest using ALL of the cards in one game - that would be a very long game and would take up a lot of space! I divided the cards for my own class into three “levels” - easy, medium, and hard. Then I can grab the set I need depending on my group. I also highlighted all of the sons composes on my cards before laminating, but that is up to you if you want to do that or not!

Lay out all of the “toppings” face-up on the table. Keep the word cards in a pile. Show one word card at a time to your group - you can have one student read the word while another looks for the picture on the toppings card for a non-competitive version, or have both students read and whoever finds the correct card the fastest gets the topping.

The words on the word cards are written in “chunks”. These chunks may or may not be the same as the syllables in the word. Reading words in chunks helps students decode them faster - it is way easier to read bigger words (like dinosaure) as di-no-sau-re, rather than d-i-n-o-s-au-r-e!

We want to encourage our students to look for chunks in words when they are reading, and to then blend those chunks together. This will help them decode bigger words in their levelled reading books, too!

*For below-grade level students not yet ready to read: You can still use this game! I use this game with my lower students to work on their ability to hear syllables in words and put them together. So, I read the word slowly, in chunks, and they have to put together the sounds they hear into the correct word, and find the picture. This is a first step to helping them be able to blend chunks they will later decode themselves together.

My students LOVE this game and beg to play - and I hope yours do, too! See a picture of it in action in the preview!

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