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- Do your students have trouble reading, or are they just beginning to read? Then you need to teach with a major focus on blending and segmenting. Segmenting fluency is the number one predictor of future reading success.Worksheets Include:✔ 9 No Prep Worksheets (Just print and teach)✔ Answer Sheets ($6.50$10.00Save $3.50
Segmenting and blending helps readers connect with phonemic awareness! These puzzles are perfect for kinestetic learners. There are colored and black/white if you want save on colored ink. There is a version with letters to include phonics and for those that have the letter sound correspondence; you can differentiate. It can also help with blending of words.
If this skill it too hard, you may need to start with syllable sorting. Check out Segmenting and Blending Syllables Bundle.
✔Professional Development Page
✔2 Sound Puzzles (total of 6)
✔3 sound puzzles (total of 8)
✔ Blackline and Puzzles with Words
✔Common Core Standards
✔Page 31-About the Author
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