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Phonics Theme 1 Dragon Gets By Miss Udell
Blending handbasketstaff How many vowel sounds are in each word? How many syllables are in each word.
How many vowels? How many syllables? h a n d
How many vowels? How many syllables? b a s k e t
How many vowels? How many syllables? s t a f f
Blending withlistbib How many vowel sounds are in each word? How many syllables are in each word? Are the vowels closed in?
How many vowels? How many syllables? w i t h
How many vowels? How many syllables? l i s t
b i b
Let’s Read a Sentence! Pack the picnic basket. Which words have one syllable? Which words have two syllables?
Pack the picnic basket.
A Closer Look Pack the picnic basket. How many vowel sounds are there in the following words? packpicnicbasket
A Closer Look packpicnicbasket Are the vowels closed in? Are the vowels making their short or long sounds?
It is your turn! Listen to Miss Udell read each word. Think about how many syllables are in each word. Blend one syllable at a time. Think about the consonants that close in the vowel.
Now let’s write a sentence. Listen as Miss Udell reads the sentence. Write one word at a time. Think about the consonants that close in the vowel sounds.
Phonics Base Words and -s, -ed, -ing Miss Udell. Can you blend these words? Look at the Endings c a m p s c a m p e d c a m p i n g c c a m p.
Phonics VCCV Patterns. Listen to Miss Udell read four words. Repeat them. Tell how many syllables you hear.
Phonics Base Words and -s, -ed, -ing Endings
Dragon Gets By Phonics Short Vowels a, i Phonics Short Vowels a, i.
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Short Vowels a, i. /f/ /l/ /a/ /t/ What word do you hear? flap.
Read the word above. How many syllables are in this word? Where should the word be divided? Ma/jor The syllable breaks before the second consonant.
Phonics. Let’s Review! “Sneaky e” makes the vowel before it ___. Name the vowels How many syllables are in these words? –reindeer –elf –tree –present.
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Vowel Pairs ai, ay By Miss Udell Blend This Word! /m/m /m/m.
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