Student version of "Making Words" with the silent e pattern.  The hand pointer is used to help decode the word.  They use the pointer, touch the e, reach over the consonant, and say, "Say your name, " then sound out the word.  I coded the cards by their spelling pattern (ake, ine, etc.) with a different color of train, so the children can sort the cards if they get mixed up in the pocket chart.  No more asking you what cards go where.  Just say, "Sort the cards by their train colors and…

Student version of "Making Words" with the silent e pattern. The hand pointer is used to help decode the word. They use the pointer, touch the e, reach over the consonant, and say, "Say your name, " then sound out the word. I coded the cards by their spelling pattern (ake, ine, etc.) with a different color of train, so the children can sort the cards if they get mixed up in the pocket chart. No more asking you what cards go where. Just say, "Sort the cards by their train colors and…

I Can Read Fluency Cards for practice during guided reading groups. Pass out  a stack of cards to each child in your group.  Their goal is to read the card, put it in front of their stack, while I listen to them read the words.  If they are correct, I take the card.  If they read it wrong, I refer them to the song while they read it again.  I remind them the "e" reaches over the consonant and says, "Say your name!"  Works every time.   We then try to increase our speed, fluency, and…

I Can Read Fluency Cards for practice during guided reading groups. Pass out a stack of cards to each child in your group. Their goal is to read the card, put it in front of their stack, while I listen to them read the words. If they are correct, I take the card. If they read it wrong, I refer them to the song while they read it again. I remind them the "e" reaches over the consonant and says, "Say your name!" Works every time. We then try to increase our speed, fluency, and…

Web  Resource:This video is a great resource for teachers teaching silent consonants! The students will find that through this song they are learning and having fun. This song does a great job of explaining all the silent letters in quick, simple terms.

Web Resource:This video is a great resource for teachers teaching silent consonants! The students will find that through this song they are learning and having fun. This song does a great job of explaining all the silent letters in quick, simple terms.

Silent letters gn, kn, wr word sort

Silent Consonant Word Sort -gn, -kn, and -wr {Puppy Theme}

Silent B As in Lamb. This books explores one example of a silent consonant. This would be good to have on display in the classroom for students to read during center time.

Silent B As in Lamb. This books explores one example of a silent consonant. This would be good to have on display in the classroom for students to read during center time.

This activity sorts syllables into the different types.  The types include: closed, open, silent-e, vowel team, consonant-le, and vowel-r.  This go...

Syllable Round-Up: A phonics, syllable sorting center

This activity sorts syllables into the different types. The types include: closed, open, silent-e, vowel team, consonant-le, and vowel-r. This go...

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