This set includes:A handout illustrating the difference between voiced and unvoiced consonants.A worksheet for two sounds of s: the letter s after an unvoiced consonant, often = /s/, after a voiced consonant, often = /z/. A worksheet for the three
Word Sort with digraphs. Includes a short story to spot words with the pattern. Print word cards (card stock is optional) and cut out. Students sort words according to the digraph. Practice Digraph words with the Fish with a Wish game.
Practice words with the Consonant -le final syllable. Use a marker for each player and roll a die to see how many spaces to go. If a player lands on Mable the Turtle, they go forward or back to eat a fly. The player who gets to the end first
Practice two syllable words with one middle consonant with this fun soccer game. These can be challenging, since the first syllable can be either open and long (60%), or closed and short (40%). A strategy is to first try the long vowel sound to see
Some one syllable words with the letter o and a silent e at the end make the long o sound, like drove and home. Others that you might expect to have a long vowel sound do not. Instead, they make the schwa sound of "uh". Some, love, and glove are a
Practice i before e, except after c, and when sounding like a as in neighbor and weigh. This set includes a handout with a word list, a pattern worksheet, and a worksheet to highlight the different patterns. The worksheet can be copied and the words
The letters GH can sound like /g/, /f/, or be silent. This set includes a handout with a word list and a worksheet to highlight different patterns. The worksheet can be copied and the words cut apart for a sort.
The phonogram OUGH is one of the toughest in the English language, with at least six variations. This set includes a handout with a word list and a worksheet to highlight different patterns. The worksheet can be copied and the words cut apart for a
This set includes a board game to practice tiger and camel two syllable words, play nice dice to practice rabbit words with doubled consonants in the middle of two syllable words. A page with all three types combined can be used as a worksheet or
Spot and dot sentences are a fun way to practice identifying different phonics patterns. See the Silent-E-Freebie-Set for a sample. This set includes: Silent e, Bossy R, Diphthongs, Vowel Teams, Digraphs, Consonant-le, Silent Letters, and Long
Practice vowel patterns with this game that is similar to Yahtzee. Roll a word from each of 12 lists of vowel patterns. Each letter in the word rolled counts as one point. Write the words rolled on the free downloadable scorecard, and total the
Word Sort with final y. Includes a short story to spot words with the pattern. Print word cards (card stock is optional) and cut out. Students sort words according to whether the final y makes a long I sound or a long E sound.
Practice long U sounds: roll a die, move the number of spaces that is rolled and read the word. If you land on the goose, move forward or back to get a piece of fruit. The first one to get to the end wins!