20 lessons to help students increase their phonics awareness. Each lesson is focused on ten rhyming words: students decode and then put them in ABC order, order them from shortest to longest, and write five sentences using those words. Students get a chance to identify multiple spellings for a given rhyme (e.g., the –art sound is spelled differently in “start” and “heart”). Some lessons have homophones (him and hymn, ball and bawl, hay and hey). A variety of one-syllable (and a few two-syllable) words await your students, with blends, digraphs, clusters (spr-, ), silent letters (kn-), multiple spellings for long vowels (o, oa, oh, ow, oe), and more.
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