Blending Sounds Spelling
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The bridges are out, and it's almost time to school! Kids must listen to the sounds each letter makes, and blend them together to make common CVC words. This practice of breaking letters apart and blending them together helps early learners build the skills they need to become great readers.
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Teaching kids to blend, or combine, sounds in order to pronounce new words is an important element to first grade reading. Segmenting the sounds that make up a word, and then blending those sounds to pronounce them correctly, can be a tricky skill to master. This lesson helps take first graders through this process, with guided practice and helpful examples.
Teaching kids to blend, or combine, sounds in order to pronounce new words is an important element to first grade reading.
This lesson includes printable activities: Download All (5)
Song: Blending Bumper Cars
Game: Blending Sounds Photoshoot
Game: Blending Sounds Spelling
Game: Blending Ice Cream Attack
Game: Tutu's Blending Sounds Quiz
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