Teaching sound

Explore fun and interactive methods to teach the concept of sound to students. Enhance their understanding with hands-on activities and educational resources.
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These hands-on 1st grade science experiments are an engaging way to teach first graders about the science of sound, including sources of sound and the different ways sound behaves. The teacher resource includes key vocabulary posters, science experiments and worksheets, nonfiction texts, and more. Aligned with first grade science standards from the NGSS, it's ready to print and use. #LightAndSound #1stGradeScience #FirstGradeScienceWorksheets #1stGradeScienceExperiments

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Andrea Knight
Lindsay / Early Years Literacy Specialist on Instagram: "✨Trouble BLENDING words? This strategy will help✨  Drop the word ⚠️ BLEND ⚠️ below ⬇️ for a link to my “Scooping Mats” AND teaching slides seen ⬆️  Can your child read each of these sounds /c/a/t but can’t blend them together? And might say random words instead- car, cake, house? 😬  Never fear! Successive blending is here! This has been a game changer in my classroom!  Some readers need more support with short term memory. These readers can read /c/a/t but when blending the phonemes together they may say “car” or “catch” or another similar word.  If this happens take a step back and do this:  1. Read each sound adding on one letter at a time  2. Scoop the first and second sound together, then add the final sound  3. Use blending mat Teach Blending Sounds, Three Letter Blends Activities, 2 Letter Words Activities, Blending Cvc Words Games, Blending Reading Activities, How To Teach Phonics To Preschoolers, Blend Words Activities, Teaching Blends Kindergarten, Blending Sounds Activities Kindergarten

Lindsay / Early Years Literacy Specialist on Instagram: "✨Trouble BLENDING words? This strategy will help✨ Drop the word ⚠️ BLEND ⚠️ below ⬇️ for a link to my “Scooping Mats” AND teaching slides seen ⬆️ Can your child read each of these sounds /c/a/t but can’t blend them together? And might say random words instead- car, cake, house? 😬 Never fear! Successive blending is here! This has been a game changer in my classroom! Some readers need more support with short term memory. These…

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April McMurtrey | Reading/dyslexia Specialist on Instagram: "There are so many new faces here with us and I am so happy you are here! I want to give a quick reminder on how you should teach reading.
1.) Teach the letters in frequency order and not all at once. 
2.) Call the letters by their sounds, not by their names. 
3.) Use lowercase letters first. 
4.) Always put the vowel in the front or middle if teaching the short sound. 
5.) Use the pencil reading blending technique as taught in the Learn Reading program. 
Much more to come! 🤗🤍

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April McMurtrey | Reading/dyslexia Specialist on Instagram: "There are so many new faces here with us and I am so happy you are here! I want to give a quick reminder on how you should teach reading. 1.) Teach the letters in frequency order and not all at once. 2.) Call the letters by their sounds, not by their names. 3.) Use lowercase letters first. 4.) Always put the vowel in the front or middle if teaching the short sound. 5.) Use the pencil reading blending technique as taught in the…

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Lindsay / Early Years Literacy Specialist on Instagram: "‼️ Do these when teaching sounds‼️ The research tells us that when more areas of the brain 🧠 are activated when learning, the more easily we will retain and retrieve new information! Teaching gestures with letters, in particular vowel sounds (because they are so important and SO tricky) has been a game changer! If you are teaching littles, learning English or teaching English as a second language, you MUST include gestures! (Like seen above ⬆️) If you are interested in the entire alphabet and it’s corresponding gestures, drop me a message below 👇 🫶 . . Follow ➡️ @literacyandlindsay for more fun resources and lit tips! . . . . LIKE. SAVE. FOLLOW ✨ @literacyandlindsay 💜 @literacyandlindsay 🔥 @literacyandlindsay . . . . #literacyan Kindergarten Activities Alphabet, Letter S Sound Activities, Vowel Games For Kindergarten, Teaching Vowel Sounds, Vowel Letters Activities, Teaching Sounds Of Letters, Learning Letter Sounds Activities, Phonic Sounds Of Alphabets, Language And Literacy Activity Preschool

Lindsay / Early Years Literacy Specialist on Instagram: "‼️ Do these when teaching sounds‼️ The research tells us that when more areas of the brain 🧠 are activated when learning, the more easily we will retain and retrieve new information! Teaching gestures with letters, in particular vowel sounds (because they are so important and SO tricky) has been a game changer! If you are teaching littles, learning English or teaching English as a second language, you MUST include gestures! (Like seen…

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Jesenia Miranda
Sher Marshall on Instagram: "😱 I didn’t teach some of these correctly for literally decades.  I know many of us make the mistake of adding an “uh” sound after a letter sound.   🚫 For example, we say “buhhh” for the letter B. I teach students that we need to take our scissors and just clip off that extra sound (and then we clip it off with our pretend finger scissors).   👶 If we add that extra sound, then “baby” would be pronounced “bu-ay-bu-ee”.   📌 Save this so you can be sure your kids know the right sounds!  #alphbet #lettersounds #preschool #learningletters" Phonics Writing Activities, How To Teach The Letter A, Letter Phonics Activities, Activity For Letter A Preschool, Sounds Of The Alphabet, How To Teach Sounds Of Letters, Teach Phonics Preschool, How To Teach Letters And Sounds, Learning Boards For Kindergarten

Sher Marshall on Instagram: "😱 I didn’t teach some of these correctly for literally decades. I know many of us make the mistake of adding an “uh” sound after a letter sound. 🚫 For example, we say “buhhh” for the letter B. I teach students that we need to take our scissors and just clip off that extra sound (and then we clip it off with our pretend finger scissors). 👶 If we add that extra sound, then “baby” would be pronounced “bu-ay-bu-ee”. 📌 Save this so you can be sure your kids…

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Joan Cherry