(Grades K-3) Aid your students in categorizing visual features of words. Words are sorted by initial and final consonants, vowel patterns, blends, phonograms and more. The 155 word sorts in this book are an excellent way to present students with reinforcement and additional word study practice in large group, small group, individual, and learning center settings. This product is Title 1 Approved.
The 155 Sorts in this book provide word study practice for students in large group, small group, individual, and learning center settings. They offer a multi-sensory experience in which students manipulate and categorize words by specific features or sound parts: initial and final consonants, short and long vowel patterns, high frequency phonograms, vowel digraphs and diphthongs, common blends and endings, and "sound-alikes" such as gn and kn. There are also some fun word meaning sorts such as "has wheels" and "does not have wheels." Instructions are provided for presenting open, closed, speed, "blind," and writing sorts. Blank word sort masters are also included so you and your students can design your own sorting activities.
Children sort 20 and 30 words in each of the word sorts. This book contains word sorts for emergent and fluent levels of instruction: initial and final consonants, short and long vowel patterns, high frequency phonograms, vowel digraphs and diphthongs, common blends and endings, "sound-alikes" such as gn and kn, and other fun sorts such as "has wheels and doesn't have wheels." These word sorts are multi-leveled activities that allow students to use the various levels of knowledge they possess about how words work, while their teachers can meet their class's wide range of spelling and word study needs.190 pp., paperback. Sheron Brown (Grades K-3)
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