Teaching reading from home? Whether you are brand new to homeschooling or a veteran, you’ll need the basic building blocks of phonics to teach reading to your little ones. Grab these FREE Digital Phonics Flashcards for short vowel sounds – and sign up to receive an endless supply of printable phonics flashcards that you can […]
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Do your little ones like pumpkin pie? One of my girls absolutely loves them and begs to have it year-round. If you’re working on phonics with your early readers, then these FREE Pumpkin Pie Phonics Games are perfect for the Fall season! Download your FREEBIE here!
Prepare your young learners for reading with this Beginning Sounds Phonics Game! Beth at Preschool Play & Learn has created this hands-on game for your and your child. You will need plastic letters to complete this activity. Your child will need to match the letter to the picture to practice beginning sounds! For other similar […]
Phonics can get a little humdrum. But, with this Construction Phonics Game, your kids will actually enjoy practicing their phonics skills! This game from Preschool Play & Learn should definitely be printed in color and laminated for the full game experience. It includes moving truck images with capital letters and cardboard box images with either […]
Practice beginning sounds with this awesome Fish Phonics Activity! Beth at Kindergarten Worksheets and Games created this great activity that you can prepare for next year or use over the summer! There is a fishbowl for each letter, and there are fish with images inside of them. There will be two fish that match each […]
Breaking down a language to its base can be extremely tough and tedious for an adult native speaker. And it’s just as tough for a young beginner! Phonics may not be an easy subject to tackle but it can be made a lot easier and a lot more fun with the right materials! Check out […]
Cozy up in the cold weather with this fun Phonics Hot Chocolate & Marshmallows Activity! From 123 Homeschool 4 Me, this activity is perfect for the younger grades: preschool, Kindergarten, and first grade. It will take a little preparation, but it will be worth it! Plus, it’s an activity you can use over and over […]