Segmenting is a reading technique to help first graders break apart the sounds in new words. One example of this would be segmenting the sound units in the word black (b/l/a/k). This can help early readers tackle new words on their own, boosting reading confidence. This guided lesson teaches kids how to segment words in order to improve overall reading fluency.
Being able to recognize the short I sound, as in dig, fin and kid, is one of the foundations of kindergarten phonics. This guided lesson teaches kids all about the short I, and offers lots of practice to encourage retention. You can get even more practice with this phonics skill by checking out the printables that work in partership with this lesson.
Vowels make more than one sound! Recognizing letters is a crucial skill for early readers. Recognizing the sounds they make is the next step. Help your child become a fluent reader and speaker with this short E lesson.
It's rhyme time! Your child will love learning about words that sound alike with this workbook, full of puzzles, pictures and mini books that will help any budding reader get a head start on sounding out words.
Knowing how to read short O words like hot, pot, and top takes practice. This guided lesson can help kids master the short O sound. Kids will be taught to identify the short O within common sight words, which will boost reading fluency. Don't forget to check out the short O printables at the end of the lesson to continue the learning.
Jumpstart your student's reading skills with these games, worksheets, and more that allow them to practice individually and as a group to make learning fun! Help your kids sound out the letters of the alphabet and recognize words that start with those sounds with coloring pages and interactive activities developed by teachers for your student. Strengthen other reading skills using our first grade spelling patterns resources!