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  • Slider WordsCan you say the sounds

    and discover the word?

    in Print Letters

    sniprabbit

    snackee

    beepfaint

    shadow

    past

    sit

    jacket

    Laurie Fyke

  • Elements

    276 wordsthat can be sounded out

    using the most common spelling for each sound.

    The 42 letter sounds

    Letters for the basic alphabet (short vowel sounds)

    Digraphs for long vowel sounds ( ai, ee, ie,, oa,, ue)

    Digraphs (ch, th, sh, ck, qu, oo, or, oi, ar, ou, er, ng, ck)

    Blends (e.g. sc-, dr-, scr-, -nd, -nt sp)

    Double letters (ss, zz, gg, ll, ff, bb)

    Magic e (e.g. drive, vote, these)

    Includes alternate sounding of /oo/ and /th/

    s a t i p nc k e h r md g o u l fb ai j oa ie eeor z w ng v ooy x ch sh th qu

    ou oi ue er ar

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  • DirectionsDirections for the activity: Print cards on 8 x 11 cover-stock. Take a piece of cover-stock 8 x 11 Use the template OR Hold the paper so that it sits tall in front of you. Fold the bottom almost one third up and the top one third down. (leaving room for sliders) Glue the top and bottom flaps together. Cut a half circle shape from each end. Cut the slider cards along the dotted line. Place about 10 Slider Cards into the holder right side up as it faces you. READING Place a green indicator on the left side facing you. The cards will be pulled

    from this side for reading each sound and then blending to discover the word! Turn the holder towards the children and start to pull the word from the slider at the green indicator.

    Use the colors to help determine how many letters you need to pull e.g. if the letter is red or blue just slide one letter; if the letter is purple or green there will be another letter needed to make the sound.

    After the word is decoded, push it into the sleeve and start another word,SPELLING: Using the red mark on the right side facing you. Turn the holder towards the children pull the whole

    word out of this side for spelling! Say the word then push the sounds in one at a time. Optional: Can you remember the sounds to record the word? Talk about double letters!

    NOTE: All word cards indicate the grouping and sound that is being studiedin the right hand corner as a teacher reference.

    Use the sound cards to practice new sounds and to review previously taught sounds.

    Use 10 cards without the holder for READING THE WORD and SPELLING.Group Activity:

    Reading 10 words: Show the card point to each letter and then sweep under the word.Say: Listen. (Teacher says each sound and then pushes the sounds together to say the word.) Say, Together (Teacher and students say each sound and then blend the sounds to discover the wordas previously modeled by the teacher.) Say, By Yourself. (Students do the activity by themselves.)

    Spelling 10 words: Show a card Sweep under the word as you say it and then indicate each sound.Say: Listen. (Teacher says the word and then points to the letter(s) that make each sound and voices it.) Say, Together (Teacher and students say the word and then say each sound, as the teacher points to the letter(s) (segmenting the word) as previously modeled by the teacher.) Say, By Yourself. (Students do the activity by themselves.)

    Blue letters- consonants - 1 soundper letter includes blends!

    Purple letters double letters

    Red letters- vowel sounds 1 sound per letter

    Green letters digraphs if two digraphs are together the first is also underlined. this includes split digraphs. chime

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  • Reading Expectations

    Kindergarten (Phonological Awareness & Phonics and Word Recognition) Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in

    three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words.1 (This does notinclude CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)

    Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by

    producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for eachconsonant.

    Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings (graphemes) forthe five major vowels

    Grade One (Phonological Awareness & Phonics and Word Recognition) Demonstrate understanding of spoken words and sounds (phonemes). Distinguish long from short vowel sounds in spoken single-syllable words. Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including

    consonant blends. Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in

    spoken single-syllable words. Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual

    sounds (phonemes). Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs. Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel

    sounds.

    Grade Two (Phonics and Word Recognition) Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable

    words.

    Grade Three (Phonics and Word Recognition Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

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    Reading Ecpectaions are from the Common Core Document.

  • Reading:Push the sounds together to discover the hidden word!

    W riting:Can you say the sounds that are in each word?

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    Glue

  • sit

    pats

    pastx

    x

    x

    Group 1

    Group 1

    Group 1

  • pins

    spins

    snipn

    n

    n

    Group 1

    Group 1

    Group 1

  • snap

    pants

    skipn

    n

    k

    Group 1

    Group 1

    Group 2

  • cats

    snack

    stickc/k

    c

    c/k

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • skin

    task

    cank

    k

    c

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • test

    ten

    beste

    e

    e

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • met

    nest

    insecte

    e

    e

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • hiss

    hat

    hith

    h

    h

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • hip

    ran

    riskr

    h

    r

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • crack

    crept

    trickr

    r

    r

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • trap

    rest

    trackr

    r

    r

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • print

    maps

    stampm

    r

    m

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • man

    met

    stemm

    m

    m

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • scram

    miss

    dadm

    m

    d

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • sad

    end

    dentd

    d

    d

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • drinks

    hid

    redd

    d

    d

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • sand

    hand

    sendd

    d

    d

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 2

  • and

    drip

    eggd

    d

    g

    Group 2

    Group 2

    Group 3

  • get

    gasp

    grimg

    g

    g

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • grand

    tag

    pegsg

    g

    g

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • dig

    drops

    noto

    g

    o

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • dogs

    mops

    socko

    o

    o

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • rock

    honk

    momo

    o

    o

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • stop

    lock

    ducko

    o

    u

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • truck

    stuck

    cupu

    u

    u

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • pup

    skunk

    nutsu

    u

    u

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • sun

    gum

    drumu

    u

    u

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • mud

    hug

    pumpu

    u

    u

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • let

    luck

    lampl

    l

    l

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • milk

    plums

    plugl

    l

    l

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • clink

    tell

    drilll

    l

    l

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • slug

    split

    clockl

    l

    l

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • still

    helmet

    helpl

    l

    l

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • fuss

    fan

    frogf

    f

    f

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • self

    frost

    flatf

    f

    f

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • from

    huff

    grufff

    f

    f

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • films

    fins

    giftf

    f

    f

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • best

    bump

    blackb

    b

    b

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • robin

    crib

    bandb

    b

    b

    Group 3

    Group 3

    Group 3

  • rabbit