Down on the Farm – Lesson 27 – Rhyming

It’s always good practice to play rhyming games to develop stronger phonemic awareness skills. Today’s lesson combines art and reading, a great combination! Down on the Farm – Lesson 27 I can match words that rhyme. Objective: To match words that...

Down on the Farm – Lesson 12 – tr, cl, pl, ch

What could be more fun than feeding animals to practice blends and digraphs? Today’s lesson is perfect for our Down on the Farm theme! Down on the Farm – Lesson 12 I can sort pictures that begin with tr, cl. pl and ch. Objective: To sort pictures by their...

Down on the Farm – Lesson 2 – Identify Sounds (tr, ch)

The sounds of tr and ch can be tricky because they sound similar. This lesson will help your child distinguish these sounds and also provide practice in writing words with tr and ch.Down on the Farm – Lesson 2 I can identify the “tr” and “ch” sounds.Objective:...

Half-Pint Readers – Set 9 Down on the Farm

Mooooo! Put on your overalls and join us for a fun Half-Pint adventure Down on the Farm! Half-Pint Readers – Set 9 Down on the Farm – Half Pint KidsNew Skills Include:Blends: tr, cl, prDigraphs: chSight Words: where, here, he, of, an, my, whatWord endings: __sYour...

Medieval Magic – Lesson 18 – CVC Words Board Game

Board games are a fun way to practice reading skills. This Princess board game is easy to make and will give your child lots of practice decoding cvc words containing blends and digraphs.Medieval Magic – Lesson 18I can read cvc words.Objective: To read cvc...

Medieval Magic – Lesson 14 – Beginning Sounds

Using a wizard’s magic pot is a fun way to practice beginning letter sounds, blends and digraphs. Medieval Magic – Lesson 14I can identify beginning sounds including blends and digraphs.Objective: To identify beginning letter sounds, blends and...