Phonics Kit

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All things phonics are moving to a new website at www.phonicspow.com…please join us there! Many of the links that were formerly here are now at Sequence for Teaching Reading or follow the links below.

I. GET READY

II. SOUND OUT WORDS

III. VOWEL PATTERNS

  1. Silent e
  2. Bossy R
  3. Diphthongs – Vowel Teams with (mostly) new sounds
  4. Vowel Teams More Ways That Vowels Can Be Long
  5. Vowels that vary

IV. CONSONANT PATTERNS

V. MULTI-SYLLABLE WORDS

Still in the process of moving the information below…

Create a portable, affordable phonics kit 

PhonicsFunFiles

Supplies for a Phonics Kit

In a plastic Sterlite file box:

In a 8 x 11 box in front of Sterlite file box:

  • Dice (two)
  • Transparent plastic bingo chips in assorted colors to use as markers for games. (Find them at Oriental Trading Company, or at Mardel.)
  • A container to draw word cards for sorts (an empty Extra Refreshers gum container works great)
  • Highlighters
  • Dry erase markers

Nice to have:

    • a magnetic whiteboard and letters.
    • card stock for printing word sorts.
    • 1″ circle punch for soccer word sort games.

The Super Tutor Tools Store at Teachers Pay Teachers has many resources I’ve created for tutoring reading. Most have a small charge, but there are freebies there too.

Download the free Silent e set, which includes resources on silent e from the Phonics Fun Folders set, a Space Race game board from the Phonics Patterns Game Board Set, a page from the Spot and Dot Phonics Patterns set, and a Soccer Sort Game. Add these sets for fun ways to learn phonics. Download a pdf Chart to see the options for resources at the Supter Tutor Tools Store at Teachers Pay Teachers.

More Free Phonics Resources:

  • Bookmark Set Freebie – These bookmarks include Write the Pattern activities for many Phonics Patterns.
  • Pattern Chart Set Freebie – These can be used as sort mats, posters, or printed on business cards for other sorts. Credits: Some artwork copyrighted by Mark A Hicks, illustrator, www.MARKiX.net. Used with permission. Sources for other graphics at Pinterest.

PatternCharts

With a Phonics Kit you have the needed tools to help students learn reading skills!

I am fascinated by the process of learning to read English and the idea of gamification to make learning fun. Phonics and literacy have become my passion project. I also write about personal development, goal setting, and time management. I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively.

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  1. […] Sightwords.com has great resources for phonological and phonemic awareness. More activities for phonemic awareness at Reading Rockets. In phonological and phonemic awareness, the emphasis is on hearing sounds. The activities below can be helpful additions to a Phonics Kit. […]

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