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Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards

Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Phonics and Spelling Rule Cards
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
Product Rating
4.0
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667 KB|23 pages
Product Description
These cards make Fundations level 2 lessons clear and concise to help you reach all students. Each card contains a phonics and / or spelling rule presented in accurate terminology in a kid friendly manner. The six syllable types are introduced with clear application and Wilson Reading word markings.

Rule cards can be used in conjunction with Fundations level 2 program or can supplement and / or reinforce any structured phonics program. Cards should be copied onto cardstock, cut in half, and hole punched to be placed on an individual 1 inch loose-leaf ring for every student.

Directions for Use:
• Introduce each card in a structured group lesson.
• Each student has their own rule card ring:
o To write examples of the rule on the back of the card.
o For reference.
o To use during phonic based center activities.
o As a springboard for future lessons.
• The more often a student refers to any rule card, the more they will be able to integrate the lesson and apply the rules as a reading or writing tool.

Example of Use:
The word of the day mimic provided by Fundations was presented to my students. One student raised her hand and asked, “Why does the word not end with a ck?” I replied, “Why don’t we check the ck rule on our rule cards?” The students hurried to find the card which states, when a /k/ sound follows a single vowel at the end of a one syllable word it is spelled ck. “Oh” responded one student, “it’s only for a one syllable word and mimic has two!” This led us to our new rule of the day, when a multisyllabic words ends with an /ik/ sound it is spelled ic.
Total Pages
23 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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