A bingo game with 8 boards for the ar sound. This was made for a school in the south of England so includes words like bath and grass which in this area are pronounced ar. At the end is a list of the words included. This is being used with Year 1/2.
12 'ar' words
This is a set of resources for the 'ar' sound.
- PowerPoint : Words with no sound buttons for support. Read the word and click on the correct picture.
- PowerPoint : Words with sound buttons for support. Read the word and click on the correct picture.
- Match the word and picture activity (resources to be laminated)
- Worksheet: Cut and stick the 'ar' word next to the corresponding picture.
- Worksheet: Write the 'ar' word next to the picture (includes a set with phoneme frames for support).
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This is an early year’s resource to help children develop positional language using the terms up, down, next to and behind. It will also help children to understand maps in a fun and interactive way. Enjoy! :O)
This multisensory bundle is designed to support students improve their reading - all of the R-controlled vowels and compound words; along with writing skills development. Information is provided about concepts included in the bundle for the teachers, parents and other adults to have to help students. To provide a multisensory, explicit, and repetitive approach, there is a focus on the following skills:
R Controlled Vowels
ar, er, ir, or, ur
For each r-controlled multisensory lesson, the teacher or adult needs to instruct the student (s) to identify the r-controlled vowel, sound, and provide a picture to highlight each sound.
When two or more words joined together, the result is the creation of a compound word, with a new word meaning. There are three types of compound words: closed, hyphenated and open.
Writing Skills Development
“Writing Trigger Words” - support ideas/concept development
It is critical to develop a student’s ability to decode, encode, reading fluently and comprehend, simultaneously focus on writing development, including sentence writing and paragraphs. Without this focus and balance, student often progress more in the area of reading, but struggle with writing skills, possibly due to limited writing opportunities.
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M. S., M. A., OG-Tt (IMSLEC)
Key Terms: R-controlled vowels; Bossy R; compound words; writing; reading skills; spelling; reading fluency; word lists; phrases; sentences; fun activities; dyslexia; language based; Turner Syndrome; gifted and talented; ar; er; ir; or; ur; no prep; Orton Gillingham instruction; OG; OG-T (IMSLEC); Orton; tutoring multisensory
Make teaching spelling easier! A comprehensive resource bank for spelling activities - looking at a range of spelling strategies including rules, phonics, syllables, spelling in context, suffixes, contractions and manipulating words.
Presented using SMARTBoard, these slides are fully editable if needed and are excellent for revision as well as quality first teaching.