Counting and modeling numbers can be difficult for young students to master- especially when they haven’t had enough practice with the format of questions we use on our assessments. This…
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Help your students better understand the link between phonemes and graphemes with these fun Word Building Work Mats! Aligned to the Science of Reading, these activities have students isolating phonemes and mapping our graphemes using letter tiles. This printable resource also includes editable pages you can easily customize with ANY list of words (with up to five graphemes)!
Here’s What’s Included:
The Sounds/Spellings Covered:
These work mats can be used during small group, one-on-one, or even whole group instruction. You dictate the words as the students listen and then segment the phonemes before mapping the graphemes with the tiles. Each work mat has the same format- as your students’ familiarity increases with this activity you will find yourself saving more and more time!
Building words helps students to understand how letter symbols relate to letter sounds. It also gives them practice with breaking a word down into graphemes- improving retention and spelling ability. These pages work excellently with word mapping as students need to first segment phonemes and then identify the graphemes needed to build each word sound by sound. These pages make it easy for you to give your students the exposure and practice they need and the editable and digital versions mean that you can make this activity work with for your classroom!
Please be sure to use Adobe Reader (free software) to view, print, and fill in the editable PDF.
Supports Common Core State Standards (CCSS):
RF.1.2, RF.1.2c, RF.1.2d
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