If you have ever taught a child to read, I know you have experienced the stress of blending words! The child says the sounds, blends them together, but then says a completely different word!
If this has ever happened to you, this resource is for you.
So, what is successive blending?
Successive blending is when you start with the first two sounds and then add in the last sound. This is one way to help kids who struggle with blending.
These slides are great for whole group practice. Just display the slide show and click through having kids blend as you go. Please watch the video to see how the slides work!
This is a POWERPOINT resource that contains CVC Words with Short A, Short E, Short I, Short O, and Short U.
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