UPDATED with black and white pictures.
A lovely addition to your phonics resources.
Relates to Letters and Sounds: Phase 4 CCVC (consonant, consonant, vowel, consonant) words. The vowel will represent one sound and can be a vowel, digraph or trigraph, e.g. fright - f-r-igh-t.
Aimed at: Years 1 and 2 and/or children still finding it challenging to segment and blend, ESL/EFL students and SEN students.
Use in English language learning classes - use pictures as a visual prompt to segment and blend words.
This pack includes
4 sets of differentiated initial consonant blend strips - each set contains 21 initial consonant blends.
Plain strips - Children look at the picture, read the word and write it out.
Trace over dots strip - Children look at picture, trace over dots and then write out the word
Trace over dash lines - Children practise tracing over the words
Jumbled word strip - Using the picture as a clue, children sound out and write the word correctly.
handy for early finishers.
suitable for use in small group settings
Children can practise reading, segmenting and blending words.
Discriminate between initial blends beginning with the same phoneme - clap-crab.
As an extension: Write up the word in their workbooks and write a simple sentence with the word using it as a verb, noun or adjective.
Optional: Print, laminate and cut out.
You have the option of reducing the strips on the photocopier, cut out and stick into children’s workbooks to record phonic work.
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