Practicing segmenting phonemes, identifying sounds, and pairing them with graphemes helps students grasp how sounds and letters work together.
Kids need to learn phonemes and graphemes, and how to segment, blend, and manipulate sounds. Give students practice phoneme blending using games.
SATPIN refers to the first six letters students learn in many phonics programs, allowing students to blend sounds to create a large number of words.
Learning suffixes often begins with -ed and -ing, and these suffixes get used a lot. Give your students plenty of practice with suffix worksheets.
Systematic synthetic phonics means teaching kids to link sounds and symbols (phonemes to graphemes). Here are some pieces you’ll want in your phonics toolkit.
Before students can begin orthographic mapping, they need strong phonemic awareness skills. Here are some word study activities to develop these skills.
There’s no time like the beginning of the year to get stuck right into engaging read alouds. Here are five of the best read alouds for kids.
If your goal in reading intervention is to create proficient readers, you need to know about the science of reading and have a systematic approach to phonics.
Word work activities encompass a lot. Let’s look at some of the best activities for word work centers as well as word work ideas that students can do at home.