Little - This pre-primer Dolch sight word recognition worksheet features the word little.
Phonics center is the place where students are able to really practice their letter recognition and letter-sound correspondence skills. This is a foundational skill center where students enjoy repeated practice and really reinforce needed skills.
How Does This Center Work? These puzzles are where students match letters to pictures with that initial sound, build CVC words, etc. When students are done with their phonics game or sort and their response sheet, they know they need to work on letter sounds.
They love this center because it is familiar to them, it is fun and it also builds their confidence. What I do to set up the center: I do this because these materials are things we use in whole group, so students will be familiar with the materials.
I have students draw their own response sheet at this time, just to get them used to using what is in front of them to complete their work. They sort two piles of pictures and match them with the letter they begin with.
Then, the students complete a response sheet usually cut and paste to match the piles they have made. They do this with letter tiles. Students work together to sound out each word in a word family and decide if it is indeed a real word. When they are done, they use one word in a sentence and illustrate it.
I typically try to align this center with our whole groups skills throughout the year.
If, for example, students are having problems differentiating between I and E sounds, I will make the sort, whether initial or medial sounds, revolve around I and E. Divide the pictures evenly between your partner and yourself. Discuss the pictures to check. Turn in your work.Until now educators relied on phonics to teach reading.
But fewer than 1 in 5 words can be "sounded out" and there are 1, ways to spell 40 sounds. Consider the sentence above where "ea" can be pronounced 13 different ways! McRuffy Language Arts programs for kindergarten through fourth grade cover phonics, reading, spelling, grammar, and composition.
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