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See It, Read It, Write It- R-Controlled Vowels {Word Work Centers & Printables}

Special Teacher for Special Kids

$8.00

  • Grades: All
  • Subjects: Reading, Writing
  • Product Type: Printable
  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

Product Description

Hands on engaging activities to enhance and teach the tricky r controlled sounds.

This R-controlled vowel resource pack is bundled with enough materials to have your students engaged and working during centers, word work, small group or enrichment. 

This unit focuses on 5 R-controlled vowel sounds. 
included are: ar, er, ir, or, and ur

*Each sound has two boards for students to use multisensory materials on. One board is full color and one board is a backline board, that can be copied easily for additional practice. These boards can be stored in a larger sleeve protector or in a pocket file folder. 

*Each R-controlled sound additionally has an interactive student booklet, that can be used to reinforce student reading , and ability to recognize the double consonant blends. All the booklets have the activities to help reinforce confidence and routines, to master these tricky sounds. 

Booklets include:
- Student cover page with beginning blend and picture
- I can read words with______.
- I can write words with _____. 
- I can say, make, glue and write the _____ words.
- I can match blends and pictures (cut and glue interactive. Glue spots are already marked for easier management.)

The booklets are easily assembled. 
**Copy/collate each blend. Staple the pages for each student on the left hand side. ONE CUT in half makes two booklets quickly without a hassle or fuss!

Also, included 10 mixed practice worksheets for additional reinforcement and support. 

Aligned with the Common Core- ELA Foundational Skills.

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Special Teacher for Special Kids
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I have been teaching in public schools for the last 14 years.  I began teaching general education and saw how students with special needs touched my heart more.  Wanting to focus my time to help the struggling student succeed, I began to teach special education. I have since switched to teach special education self-contained and also students who are homeschooled with various needs.  

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