Today we’re going to do some “um” family words

Today we’re going to do some “um” family words

Why is it important to teach #wordfamilies?
After children learn the #letter #sounds, they begin to put the sounds together to make words.

Word families help #Kindergarteners recognize:

Familiar letter patterns within words.

Recognize that most #CVC (#consonant, #vowel, #consonant) words have a short vowel sound.

Recognize that most CVCe words have a long vowel sound.

Blend three-letter sounds (phonemes) to make a word.

Identify which letters come together to make a word we use.

Identify which letters come together to form a nonsense word.

Begin to hear a rhyming pattern within a group of words.
Word families are a great way to begin seeing and hearing letter patterns in words. The more we practice word families, the stronger reader our Kindergartener will become.

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7 Basic Sentence Patterns You Should Know

7 Basic Sentence Patterns You Should Know

#Sentence #structure can be categorized into seven patterns: one simple, three compound, two complex, and one #compound-complex. Here are examples of each pattern with accompanying formulas, all to help you think of how to craft #sentences in a greater variety of #syntax:
(SV)
(SVO)
(SVC)
(SVOO)
(SVOC)
(SVA)
(SVOA)

#CVC #threeletter #CVCwords The Un-Family – CVC Word Review For Kids – ESL Learners

#CVC #threeletter #CVCwords The Un-Family – CVC Word Review For Kids – ESL Learners

#CVC words are #threeletter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern.#CVC words are #threeletter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern. #CVCwords are considered the simplest words for emerging readers to decode by blending the three sounds together. I have organized my CVC videos by the same #vowel sound in the middle. These CVC words have the #shortvowel sound “un.”

b – un
f – un
n – un
r – un
s – un
h – un
j – un
l – un
m – un
v – un
y – un
z – un

En Family – What is it?

En Family – What is it?

Today, we’re going to explore the “en” family! Our #VC word; then we’ll add a consonant to make it a #CVC word.
#CVCwords are three-letter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern. CVC words are considered the simplest words for emerging readers to decode by blending the three sounds together. I have organized my CVC videos by the same vowel sound in the middle. These CVC words have the short #vowel sound e in the middle.

Here’s our list:

d – en
h – en
m – en
p – en
t – en
f – en
l – en
n – en
qu – en
r – en
s – en
v – en
y – en

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CVC Kindergarten Teach “ed” Family Words

CVC Kindergarten Teach “ed” Family Words

#CVCwords are three-letter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern. CVC words are considered the simplest words for emerging readers to decode by blending the three sounds together. I have organized my CVC videos by the same vowel sound in the middle. These CVC words have the short #vowel sound e in the middle.

bed
fed
led
red
wed
hed
med
ped
qued
ved
yed
zed

The Ob Family Words

The Ob Family Words

#Knowledge of #word #families helps #children #build #vocabulary. Instead of memorizing spellings and meanings of all words, they learn how to spot patterns, identify root words, and understand their common meanings or sounds. This helps in word recognition leading to the development of their reading fluency.

“A” Family Words: “AN”

“A” Family Words: “AN”

#CVCwords are three-letter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern. CVC words are considered the simplest words for emerging readers to decode by blending the three sounds together. I have organized my CVC videos by the same vowel sound in the middle. These CVC words have the short vowel sound a.

The ‘OP’ Family Words and Sentences

The ‘OP’ Family Words and Sentences

#CVCwords help introduce children to reading by first learning the sounds of the individual letters, and blending those sounds into one three-letter word. These words are great for introducing younger students to phonemic awareness, the ability to hear and manipulate the sound in words.

How Can You Teach CVC Words?
Teachers can use a few different types of activities to help facilitate learning and understanding of CVC words. This includes teaching students how to decode words, experimenting with replacing the consonants at the beginning and ends of the word to help them become more familiar with rhyming and similar-sounding words, and teaching students about word families.
Today, we’re focusing–learning the “op” family.

The “o” sound In American English

The “o” sound In American English

Using word families can help teach beginning spellers that #words contain and share patterns. Use this word family list to introduce the sound of words ending with -OG. Words: bog, cog, dog, fog, hog, jog, log.
#CVCwords are three-letter words that follow a consonant/vowel/consonant pattern. CVC words are considered the simplest words for emerging readers to decode by blending the three sounds together. I have organized my CVC videos by the same vowel sound in the middle. These CVC
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