Interactive Phonics Booklets in Action


Phonics has been around forever, right? 
So, why is it we haven't found the one right way to teach kiddos letter sounds AND blending AND substituting AND on and on??

Let's face it. Phonics is difficult. 
I have a friend who swears she still doesn't hear sounds in words.
She's 43. She also used to teach Kindergarten. 
She says teaching Phonics to Kindergarteners is almost impossible when you didn't learn to read that way. 

Today I want to share with you one way I've found to make Phonics a little easier.


If you've been reading my blog for a while, you know we use a lot of booklets in my classroom.
The kiddos love them. I love them. 

Learning happens. It's a win, win, win!
These Interactive Phonics Booklets provide word work and writing activities for Kindergarten and First Grade.
Last year, I created a set of Phonics Booklets aimed at aiding kiddos with the often scary task of hearing sounds in words and sequencing the letters that represent those sounds. 

I wanted my pumpkins to have meaningful follow-up to explicit instruction and guided practice with magnetic letters. 

We use magnetic letters every. single. day. 
Seriously THE most powerful tool for teaching reading and writing in my toolbox. 

Magnetic letters activites pair perfectly with Interactive Phonics booklets.

My kiddos love mixing and fixing words with mag letters. 

I found this phonics booklet offered the perfect independent activity for students who:
1-had already received explicit instruction on specific word patterns
AND 
2-had scrambled and unscrambled words with the same phonics pattern using magnetic letters.

Students are still able to manipulate the letters, just in a less tangible way. Progress, you know?

Then the kiddos have the opportunity to practice writing the words as they build sentences using the words.

These Interactive Phonics Booklets provide word work and writing activities for Kindergarten and First Grade.

We begin with CVC words, of course, and make our way through CVCe, vowel teams, r-controlled vowels, blends, digraphs, and irregular vowels. 

My kiddos will make booklets with every phonics skill we cover in first grade. 
These Interactive Phonics Booklets provide word work and writing activities for Kindergarten and First Grade.  I love this sentence! Truth from children!

I plan to do a blog post covering Phonics instruction in my classroom, 
but these booklets give you a good picture of one of the activities we use on a daily basis.

 These Interactive Phonics Booklets provide word work and writing activities for Kindergarten and First Grade.

 All my Phonics booklets are available in my TpT store. 

They are available individually or as a bundle. 
Skills covered:
CVC, CVCe, Vowel Teams, Irregular Vowels, R-controlled Vowels, Digraphs, L Blends, R Blends, and S Blends.

Click on the cover to take a peek. Happy Phonics!!


Have a wonderful week, my friends! 
And, thanks for stopping by!!





1 comment

  1. My co-teacher snagged these and was delighted. I can't wait to try out the ones she pepped for me next week. Yup . . . you read that right . . . prepped! I heart a job share :) Big hugs friend and great product.

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