Hands-on, engaging, and systematic phonics for beginning readers! This short e packet is part of Phonics Made Fun Level A Bundle! Included in this bundle is EVERYTHING you need to teach beginning phonics! I have included detailed lesson plans, pre-
The activities included in Phonics Made Fun are low-prep, with minimal cutting. Today we are going to take a look at the
EASY-TO-FOLLOW LESSON PLANS
These easy-to-follow lesson plans take the guesswork out of how to teach phonics explicitly! Here is a breakdown of the lessons.
Each lesson is broken up into 5 easy-to-follow parts.
- Mini Lesson- Introduce the phonics skill of the day.
- Activities- Activities that pair well with this lesson.
- Practice Pages(s)- Practice sheet(s) that pair well with this lesson.
- Small Group Intervention- Small group teacher table lessons to support students who need extra practice with phonics skill being taught.
- Extension- Extension activities to support students who are ready to continue beyond the phonics skill being taught.
The unit pre-assessment gives an opportunity to assess prior knowledge. Use this assessment to guide your teaching throughout the unit.
The unit post-assessment gives an opportunity to measure what your students have learned. Use this assessment to guide your intervention, spiral review, and future teaching.
SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
For Phonics Made Fun Level A (short e words), here is the scope for the unit:
- Blending CVC short e words (Lessons 1-3)
- Reading CVC short e words (Lessons 4-6)
- Spelling CVC short e Words (Lessons 7-9)
- Applying CVC short e Words (Lessons 10-12)
ACTIVITIES, GAMES, AND PRACTICE PAGES AND SO MUCH MORE!
Here is a quick overview of some of the activities included in the short e unit:
Match Up Word and Picture
CVC Gumball Games
Picture Word Match #2– Great pocket chart activity:
Find the word that matches the picture. This helps reinforce the correct beginning and ending sound.
CVC True or False? Does the word match the picture?
CVC Box it Up! Laminate and use a dry erase marker to write on and wipe off.
Word Family Word Building Mats– just add magnetic letters or use a dry erase marker.
CVC Cover by Code– Use the picture and color code to cover the correct word.
CVC Gameboard! Roll a die, move that number of spaces, and build the words with letters or use a dry erase marker.
CVC Puzzles– with recording sheet
Read and Cover– Read the word and cover the picture to match.
CVC Spelling Mats– These can be used with letters or with a dry erase marker.
Spin and Write a word family word. Use with magnetic letters or a dry erase marker.
CVC Stretch and Write:
CVC Find a Match! Each person takes turns finding and circling a pair of matching CVC words.
Race to the Top– Roll a die, read a word, and cover the word. Race to see which column wins!
Roll and Read– Roll a die, read the words in the box, and color a star. Keep rolling and reading until all stars are colored.
Roll, Spell and Cover– Roll a die, build a word, and cover the picture.
Spin, Read and Cross it Off! Spin the spinner, read a word in the box, and cross it off. Partners can play with a different colored pen or dry erase marker.
CVC Boggle! Use the letters to build CVC words!
Missing Sounds! Each mat has 1-2 missing sounds.
Point and Read CVC words:
CVC Scrambled UP Words– Unscramble the 3 letters to make a word. Circle the picture to match.
Segment and Blend CVC words:
Segment, Blend, and Match:
Segment and Blend Short a Cards:
Short Stories– Decodable stories that include basic sight words and short a CVC words.
CVC Spin and Stamp:
CVC Tic-Tac-Toe– Spin the spinner and write the CVC word.
CVC Tic-Tac-Toe Read and Cover:
CVC Cut and Paste Readers– Read the simple sight word starter sentence, cut and paste the word that matches the picture.
When are the next levels coming out? I love the first section you have made and want the higher levels for my higher students
We are just finishing up Level A, so stay tuned, because Level B will be coming very soon! 😉