This is a set of worksheets for practicing hearing word blends. You can use this activity 1 to 1 or small group. If you use the method below you can even do it whole group and then give remediation in small group if needed.
The thumbnails aren't really clear so I posted the info below.
Have the student pick up a crayon (an order that is easy to remember is best.) I use ROYGBV gray, pink, black.
The student will pick up the red crayon and then you say a word in syllables and then the student will outline the picture that you are saying. Continue saying words in a random order using a different crayon. Next is orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, gray, pink, black. There are 3 distractors that they will not outline.
I write down the words I say with each color so I can remember when I am grading papers. It seems confusing at first but doing it this way makes it so the worksheet is not multiple choice and it is harder to guess. Also the kids cannot use process of elimination because there are 3 extra distractors.
List of Words
Page 1: bug, fox, star, dog, ball, pot, log, ten, apple, boy, plant, butterfly
Page 2: bed, cheese, mop, tree, mitten, frog, moon, jet, turtle, sun, igloo, zebra
Page 3: monkey, wolf, snake, gas, fish, lion, hippo, snowman, whale, bird, clock, octopus
Page 4: umbrella, truck, cat, beg, beach, bike, boat, dime, home, cave, night, rip
Page 5: nut, kiss, book, foot, cop, maid, sun, geese, cone, sheep, glue, rake
Page 6: feet, gum, lake, crab, lamp, drum, swim, cake, flag, jump, sleep, brush
Page 7: stick, brain, toast, mask, skate, stove, train, globe, block, zipper, rock, glove
Page 8: Sample Set to model with the class: fan, cap, mug, leaf, key, tent, sock, lip, lock, wig, drink, rain
It is probably best to go over the pictures a few days before you do the worksheet just to make sure your students know
what each picture is. If you have ESOL students then I would go over it a few times before I did the worksheet with