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Phonics FUNdamentals: Blend, Read, Write: Consonant Blends, Digraphs, CVCC, CCVC
In this semester course (2x/week), we will learn blends (st-, fl-, etc.), doubled consonants (-ess, etc.), the digraph -ck, CVCC words, and CCVC words.
Laura Rupers, M.Ed., Certified Reading Specialist
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Completed by 4 learners
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$10 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 14 weeks
25 minutes per class
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Does your child know how to read CVC words, such as bed, pig, and hot? If so, your learner is likely ready to learn consonant blends and digraphs! (If your child has difficulty sounding out CVC words, I have another class that may be better suited for your learner: Phonics FUNdamentals: Blend, Read, & Write CVC Words with Word Families) In this twice weekly, 14-week course, we will learn to blend, read and write words with consonant blends and digraphs, as well as CVCC...
Students will: - Review the letter sounds for the words in each week's word family, digraph, CVCC words, or other phonics pattern; - Learn to isolate each phoneme in the word; - Practice reading each word smoothly - Read books with simple phrases using the words studied - Learn a few simple sight words, such as "the"
I have a Master's degree in Elementary Education with a Reading Specialist certification. I have privately tutored many students in reading over the years, including those with learning difficulties. Additionally, I homeschooled my children from preschool through 8th grade.
1 file available upon enrollment— Pop It fidget toy (any brand or color, with at least 5 bubbles in a straight line) — Magnet wand and magnet chips (I have also seen these at Hobby Lobby, as well as similar wands in sewing stores) http://www.schoolsupplystore.com/Magnetic-Wand-20-Magnetic-Counting-Chips-P90336.aspx — Print page 1 of the "Phonics Boxes" document (link provided in welcome email). Please note: I will be demonstrating this in class, and your child is welcome to do it alongside me. However, when I share my 2nd camera to demonstrate, the learner's videos are reduced in size, making it difficult for me to see whether they are doing the activity correctly. It can be helpful for a parent or other person to supervise. The class recordings are shared for your convenience and are helpful for additional practicing. It would be preferable to print or mount the phonics boxes document on cardstock to make it sturdier. You could also place it in a sheet protector or dry erase pocket, such as this one: https://www.dollartree.com/teaching-tree-reusable-dry-erase-plastic-pockets/196807 - Dry erase marker — If not using the magnetic wand/chips mentioned above, your learner will need small objects to slide onto the "Phonics Boxes" paper. Examples: pennies, BINGO chips, plastic coins (such as those in the party favor section), checkers, poker chips, washers, paper clips, and so forth. — If not using the magnetic wand/chips mentioned above, your learner will need small objects to slide onto the "Phonics Boxes" paper. Examples: pennies, BINGO chips, plastic coins (such as those in the party favor section), checkers, poker chips, washers, paper clips, and so forth.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Occasionally, we will be doing jumping, twirling, and other full body movements. Please ensure that your child has a safe space in which to move. If needed, push furniture out of the way to create an open space for movement. Please look for and remove any items which could potentially be trip hazards. If there are other young children around below the age of 3, please be aware that some manipulatives (magnetic tokens, pennies, or other small items) can be choking hazards. You may consider substituting larger items such as checkers, toy coins, or poker chips.
All e-books, handouts, and other resources are original, created by me expressly for this class. (Please do not make copies for other people, etc.)
Laura Rupers, M.Ed., Certified Reading Specialist
High energy and enthusiastic! TESOL-certified
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
75 total reviews
125 completed classes
Five years ago, after many joyful decades of teaching children and teens of all ages in a wide variety of settings, I ventured into the world of online teaching. WOW—It has captivated me like nothing else! Teaching on Outschool is especially...