Students have various learning styles, and a teacher has to accommodate each of these, helping students to succeed. While explaining the concepts orally assists the auditory learner and a manipulative helps the kinesthetic learners, charts can help the visual learners. In this packet, there are 5 phonic charts. The charts include pictures and words. There is one for long vowel and one for short vowel. The chart for vowel digraphs explains what a vowel digraph is, as well as give examples for oo, ea, au, and aw. The consonant digraph chart explains what it is and includes ch, ph, sc, and wr. The final chart is about blends, and it includes a definition of a blend. It includes examples for dr, fr, lt, and nt. These charts can be hung up in the classroom to assist the learners with phonics. The chart could also be blown up into poster size, if you feel it’s too small.
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