B-3.05 Get & Use Deck C of 52 Beginning Rhyming-Words Picture & Word Cards
B-3.05 Get & Use Deck C of 52 Beginning Rhyming-Words Picture & Word Cards
B-3.05 Get & Use Deck C of 52 Beginning Rhyming-Words Picture & Word Cards

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B-3.05 Get & Use Deck C of 52 Beginning Rhyming-Words Picture & Word Cards

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B-3.5 Get & Use Deck C of 52 Beginning Rhyming-Words Picture & Word Cards

 13 Sets of Four-of-a-Kind Cards: Vocabulary with the Rimes -ăp, -ĕm-ĭl, -ŏb, -ŭmp, -öng, -āk, -ēp, -īk, -ōk, -ūt, -out, -oil

 

 

Who It’s For: Beginning English Learners & New Readers Building Phonemic Awareness with Rhyming-Word Families    

Why You Need It: As they progress, high beginners benefit from reading illustrated words that add features to basic patterns: complex” vowel sounds spelled by letter combinations; digraphs, consonant clusters, and doubled letters at the ends of words. And players learning phonics with card decks need variety.   

What You’ll Do: 

[1] To make the 52 Beginning Rhyming-Word Cards in Deck C, print out all 12 pages two-sided, flipped horizontally. Cut them apart in the same size and shape. Check that they can be divided into 13 separate sets of 4 items each that contain the same rime spelled identically. The content of the whole deck is displayed in phonetic symbols on each card back, which also appear on card faces.     

[2] If helpful, use the items as “Flash Cards” to preview their “learning points.” Include pedagogy: Which spellings seem unusual? What do “silent letters” do? How can consonant blends be pronounced clearly? 

[3] Try some new activities or games with this new collection of rhyming vocabulary. Keep referring to the Rhyming Words: 56-Page 4 Beginning Card Decks A-D Activity & Idea Book. Add even more creative, fun procedures.    

[4] In other lessons targeting the pronunciation and spelling of one-syllable rimes, use the cards as “triggers” or reminders of “key words.”