R-Blends Word Work
While using this literacy activity, learners will practice reading and spelling words with beginning r-blends in a hands-on, interactive way.
Students will build words like “bread,” “crown” and “grapes.”
The slides show a picture of the word and the text of the word minus the beginning blend.
Students will interact with the slides by dragging the virtual r-blend tiles over to the box and completing the word illustrated on the slides.
This gives them lots of practice with reading and spelling beginning blend words.
Setting Up the Blends Activity in Google Slides
Students may use Google Slides™ to do this activity.
The download file includes a detailed guide with instructions and pictures on how to use this activity with you students, but it is quite simple to do.
If you are a instructor or teacher, you will want to copy the Google slides assignment to your Google Drive and save it as a master copy.
Make sure that you click the dropdown next to the attachment. Pick the “Make a copy for each student” option.
Setting Up the Blends Activity in Seesaw
Students can also use this activity in Seesaw, if you would like.
You will click the Seesaw specific link in the download file. When you arrive at the activity, you will need to click the “Save Activity” button. Then you will assign the activity to your students.
Using the Beginning R-Blends Activity
Students will look at the picture on the slide and determine the name of the object pictured.
Then they they will look for the missing beginning blend on the right side of the slide.
Once they have found the r-blend needed to complete the word, they will drag the tile over and finish making the word. Then they will read the word out loud.
This continues through all of the slides you have assigned.
The last slide of the activity includes an answer key so that students or parents can easily check their work. You can always delete the slide, if you don’t want it included.
I hope your students have lots of fun learning to read and spell words with beginning r-blends!
Click the button below to get the FREE beginning blends activity.