PHONEME BLENDING & SEGMENTING CVC WORD FLASH CARD WITH PICTURE ACTIVITY GRAPHEME

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Blending and segmenting are vital skills in learning to read and write. This phoneme blending and segmentation resource will enhance students' phonemic awareness, phoneme-grapheme correspondence, together with decoding and encoding skills.

This Science of Reading aligned phonics bundle promotes orthographic mapping as students connect phonemes (sounds) to graphemes (printed symbols: letter / letter combinations). This process (which happens in the brain) will strengthen students' reading skills and automaticity.

The list of words follow a specific scope and sequence (as listed below). This will ensure that students are not guessing the words since they are only presented with spelling patterns they are already familiar with, in a sequential order. This means that you will not find words such as sheep in the digraphs sets but this word will be in the long vowels set).

Included are over 890 blending and segmenting cards to be used for word work, independent work, small groups, literacy centers, and more.

⭐Two versions are included for each card: blending (x895) and segmenting (x896). A bw version of each card is also available so you could print on colored paper and save on ink.

HOW STUDENTS SHALL USE THE BLENDING CARDS:

  1. Touch each dot as you say each phoneme (represented by the corresponding grapheme)
  2. Blend the sounds together and say the whole word
  3. Look at the picture to self-check

Please note: The pictures could be cut apart to make a matching game.

HOW STUDENTS SHALL USE THE SEGMENTING CARDS:

  1. Name the picture
  2. Isolate and say each sound in the word as you tap each dot

SEGMENTING AND BLENDING CARDS INCLUDED (4 CARDS PER SHEET):

  • CVC words
  • Beginning blends (short vowel words with ccvc pattern)
  • Double consonant endings (-ff, -ll, -ss, -zz)
  • Ending blends (short vowel words with ccvc) and blends at both ends (ccvcc)
  • Beginning and final consontant digraphs (ch, sh, wh, th, ck)
  • Trigraphs -tch and -dge
  • Ng and nk endings
  • Long vowel silent e (cvce + ccvce)
  • R-controlled vowels (1-syllable words)
  • Vowel teams and other long vowel patterns
  • Variant vowels and diphthongs

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★★★Are you looking for digital CVC WORDS resources? You must check out the following digital self-checking games and activities! !★★★

CVC WORDS INTERACTIVE GAMES BUNDLE (READING CVC WORDS BOOM CARDS)

READING CVC WORDS INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES (READING AND SELECTING CVC WORDS TO CORRESPOND WITH PICTURES)

BUILDING CVC WORDS GAME BUNDLE (DRAG AND DROP GAME USING DIGITAL MAGNETIC LETTERS)

CVC WORDS INTERACTIVE GAMES BUNDLE (SPELLING CVC WORDS BOOM CARDS)

PIRATE THEME MEDIAL VOWEL GAME (LOOK AT PICTURE AND WORD AND CLICKING THE CORRESPONDING VOWEL)

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896 TOTAL PAGES (896 WORD CARDS X4 VERSIONS) 4 CARDS PER SHEET
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.

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