Concept: ng/nk Endings Many of my students struggle to hear the difference between words that contain -ng or -nk endings (such as sung, pink, strong) and words that sound very close but do not have -ng or -nk ending (such as glen, trend, bench). Hoop War is a fun activity you can use as a Continue Reading
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In my 4th grade classroom I prided myself on using different learning styles. I tried to incorporate movement into my lessons for kinesthetic learners. I made visual aids for my students who learned best visually. And I figured that my auditory learners were probably doing fine since I always explained everything aloud. The purpose, I Continue Reading
Many of our young readers who start off in the beginning of the Phonics First® program still need a bit more support in phonemic awareness. Although students should have a good grounding in phonemic awareness before starting a formal phonics program, it’s always okay to weave in additional support as we start the beginning lessons. Continue Reading
Vowel intensives are quick, short activities that help students practice differentiating between vowel sounds. Vowels are the most elusive sounds in the English language so it is important to practice often. Here’s a fun way to change up your normal routine. Once your students are fairly comfortable listening for short vowel sounds, you can try Continue Reading