Phonics Intervention and Games

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    1. Struggling readers no more! Help students become more comfortable with reading word families words and rhyming. This huge packet is full of engaging hands-on phonics activities (PRINTABLE AND DIGITAL). Use during daily 5, guided reading, spelling, literacy block, RTI, or during literacy centers. **
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    Do your students need to work on their word family skills? Are you looking for hands-on activities to add to your literacy centers? Or do you need some new phonics games to use with your students? If so, this differentiated packet of word families is perfect for kindergarten, first grade, and even second-grade students!

    BONUS: Paperless set for Google Classroom has been added.

    ***By purchasing this bundle you are saving 25% off the price of individual products.***

    Take a look at some feedback for this packet:

    • "Beyond amazing! interactive, visual and kinesthetic. Great for home practice too!" - Brenda
    • "Such a unique product! My dyslexic students will thoroughly enjoy gaining more knowledge of word families by using an aesthetic vehicle." - Jeannette
    • "Such a great fun idea. My class love it and I thank you for your hard work. This resource is very much appreciated." - Christine
    • "This is a wonderful idea with lots of potential. It can be printed and created as a work station activity for word work, interactive journal activity, and Word Family Reader to name a few quick ideas. I love Sarah B.'s idea of singing the words. It would also be a great way for the music teacher to integrate ELA in her lessons with the younger children. I can't wait to use it with my class and will be adding to my Word Family Pianos Collection in the weeks ahead. Thanks for your time spent creating a great product." - Chanda


    What sets are included in the bundle:

    NEWLY ADDED: Paperless set for Google Classroom has been added. It can be used on Chromebooks, Android Tablets, iPads, laptops and other devices.

    How to use this set?

    It can be used as an interactive journal activity or word family reader.

    More ideas on how to use: 

    1) as word walls. There are 45 colorful and 45 black and white pianos with word examples of the family. Print and hang!

    2) as a piano constructor. Tell children that you’d like them to help you and build a PIANO together! There are colorful pianos with a word family letter as well as b/w pianos. Print and laminate them (choose b/w or colorful variant). There are piano keys with words for each family (7-16 words for the family). Print, cut words on piano keys and mix them. A child should read the word on the key and connect it to the right piano (with a magnet, paperclip. sticker, etc.)

    3) sing the words on keys.

    4) as cut and paste activities.

    The bundle has both color and black and white versions.

    What Word Families and Vocabulary are Included*?

    *not all these words are included in the paperless set

    • (A) -at -ag -am -ap -ab -ad -an -ar- aw

    bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, rat, sat

    (extra words: brat, chat, flat, pat, slat, tat, vat)

    bag, drag, gag, nag, rag, tag, wag

    (extra words: brag, jag, lag, sag, shag, snag, stag)

    ham, jam, Pam, ram, Sam, tam, yam

    (extra words: cam, clam, dram, exam, spam, swam, tram)

    cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, zap

    (extra words: clap, flap, sap, scrap, snap, tap, trap)

    cab, crab, dab, grab, lab, nab, tab

    (extra words: blab, drab, fab, flab, gab, slab, stab)

    bad, dad, fad, had, lad, sad, tad

    (extra words: cad, clad, glad, grad, mad, pad, nomad)

    ban, can, fan, pan, ran, tan, van

    (extra words: bran, clan, man, plan, scan, span, than)

    bar, car, far, gar, jar, mar, tar

    (extra words: ajar, guitar, jaguar, par, scar, spar, star)

    caw, draw, jaw, law, paw, raw, saw

    (extra words: claw, flaw, gnaw, raw, slaw, straw, thaw)

    • (E) -et -est -eck -ed -ell -end -eat -eel -ee

    bet, get, jet, let, net, pet, wet

    best, chest, crest, jest, nest, rest, test

    check, deck, fleck, neck, peck, speck, wreck

    bed, fed, led, red, shed, sled, wed

    (extra words: bled, bred, fled, shred, sped)

    bell, cell, fell, jell, sell, tell, yell

    (extra words: dell, quell, shell, smell, spell, swell, well)

    bend, blend, lend, mend, send, spend, trend

    (extra words: fend, tend)

    beat, feat, heat, meat, neat, seat, treat

    (extra word: cheat)

    feel, heel, keel, peel, reel, steel, wheel

    (extra word: kneel)

    bee, fee, free, glee, see, tree, wee

    (extra words: flee, knee, spree, thee, three)

    • (I) -ick -ill -in -ing -ink -ip -ice -ide -ine

    click, kick, lick, pick, sick, tick, trick

    (extra words: brick, chick, click, flick, quick, slick, stick, thick)

    bill, drill, fill, grill, hill, pill, will

    (extra words: chill, dill, kill, mill, skill, spill, till)

    bin, chin, fin, kin, skin, tin, win

    (extra words: din, grin, pin, sin, spin, thin, twin)

    ding, king, ping, ring, sing, wing, zing

    (extra words: bring, cling, fling, sling, sting, swing, wring)

    blink, drink, link, pink, rink, sink, wink

    (extra words: brink, chink, clink, kink, mink, stink, think)

    blip, dip, flip, hip, lip, ship, trip

    (extra words: chip, clip, drip, grip, nip, quip, rip, sip, tip, zip)

    dice, nice, price, rice, slice, spice, vice

    (extra words: lice, mice, splice, thrice, twice)

    bide, hide, pride, ride, side, tide, wide

    (extra words: bride, chide, glide, slide, skide, stride)

    fine, line, nine, pine, spine, shine, wine

    (extra words: brine, dine, mine, shrine, spine, swine, vine, whine)

    • (O) -ot -op -ob -og -ock -ow (x2) -oo -oil

    dot, got, hot, lot, not, pot, tot

    (extra words: bot, cot, knot, plot, shot, slot, spot)

    cop, hop, mop, pop, shop, stop, top

    (extra words: chop, crop, drop, flop, plop, prop, sop)

    blob, bob, job, lob, mob, rob, sob

    (extra words: glob, gob, knob, slob, snob, throb, corncob)

    bog, cog, dog, fog, hog, jog, log

    block, cock, dock, lock, mock, rock, sock

    bow, cow, how, now, sow, vow, wow

    blow, flow, glow, low, show, slow, snow

    boo, coo, goo, igloo, shoo, too, zoo

    boil, broil, coil, foil, soil, spoil, toil

    • (U) -ub -uck -ug -um -unk -ush -ut -ue -ute

    club, cub, dub, hub, pub, rub, tub

    (extra words: flub, grub, nub, scrub, shrub, snub, stub)

    buck, duck, luck, pluck, puck, truck, tuck

    (extra words: cluck, huck, muck, shuck, struck)

    bug, dug, hug, mug, plug, rug, tug

    (extra words: chug, drug, jug, lug, shrug, slug, smug)

    bum, chum, drum, gum, hum, plum, sum

    bunk, funk, hunk, junk, slunk, sunk, trunk

    (extra words: chunk, drunk, dunk, flunk, plunk, punk, shrunk, spunk, stunk)

    brush, crush, flush, hush, lush, mush, rush

    but, cut, hut, nut, rut, shut, smut

    (extra words: glut, gut, jut, strut, donut, haircut, peanut)

    blue, clue, cue, due, flue, glue, true

    brute, chute, cute, flute, jute, lute, mute

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds.
    Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
    Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs.
    Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
    Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.


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