Over 250 pages, this download offers units for the following “i” word families -ice, -ick, -id, -ide, -ig, -ight, -ike, -ill, -in.
Units include plenty of FUN, learning posters/activities/worksheets for students such as…
Configuration worksheets, Word cards/Word Walls, Shape Books, Spell & Write and Read & Write worksheets, Cut-n-Paste worksheets, Mini-book, Word Slides, Word Mats, Book Marks, ABC order worksheets, Stationary, Crossword Puzzles & Word searches…and MORE!
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Help your students learn how 2 vowels working together can represent one sound as in the case of a vowel digraph. Examples of vowel digraphs are /ea/ in leaf or /oy/ in boy. This resource will focus on the /ai/ vowel digraph and will provide you with a variety of student activities and tasks allowing them to expand vocabulary and practice important Language Arts skills. I’ve also added several word puzzles because studies have shown that word search and other word puzzles can help improve memory, focus, vocabulary, word recognition, pattern recognition, and overall mental acuity!
A bundle of two fantastic products to give you all of the vowel posters you’ll need for your classroom!
Product 1: Phonics Posters | Long and Short Vowels
(10 posters) – This poster set will help your students learn both long and short vowel sounds. Each poster has fun, colorful pictures to represent words with each vowel sound!
Product 2: Phonics Posters | Vowels – Digraphs, Diphthongs and R-Controlled
(20 posters) – This poster set will help your students learn vowel sounds which are digraphs, diphthongs and r-controlled. Each poster has fun, colorful pictures to represent words with each vowel sound! Includes posters for the following vowel combinations: ai, ee, ie, oa, oe, ue, ea, ou, au, ow, oo, oi, oy, ew, aw, aw, ar, or, ir, ur, er
Learn to read the old fashioned way, with McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer. This first reading book begins with the alphabet and moves from simple sentences made up of one-syllable words (“”A cat and a rat.””) through more difficult sentences of one-syllable words (“”A good child likes to go to school.””). The book includes “”slate exercises”” of the script alphabet and charming 19th-century illustrations throughout.