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Phonics Picture Little Puzzles Learners for New York • M e x i c o C i ty T o r o nt o • • London New Delhi • • A u c k lan d Hong Kong • • Sydney Buenos Aires Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Scholastic Inc grants teachers permission to photocopy the reproducible pages in this book for classroom use No other part of this publication may be reproduced in whole or in part, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the publisher For information regarding permission, write to Scholastic Inc., 557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012-3999 Produced and edited by Immacula A Rhodes Cover design by Maria Lilja Interior design by Kathy Massaro ISBN: 978-0-545-31881-5 Copyright and illustrations © 2011 by Scholastic Inc All rights reserved Published by Scholastic Inc Printed in the U.S.A 10 40 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Contents ssssssss Introduction Meeting the Language Arts Standards Phonics Picture Puzzles Initial & Final Consonants Choo Choo! initial consonants Time for Tea initial consonants Jar of Jellybeans initial consonants Through the Beehive initial consonants Ding Dong! initial consonants 10 Milk on the Move final consonants 11 Home, Sweet Home final consonants 12 Seven Swimmers final consonants 13 Winter Wonderland final consonants 14 Ready to Roll final consonants 15 Short & Long Vowels To the Beach short vowels 16 Hippity-Hop short vowels 17 Sea Shopper short vowels 18 Across the Pond short vowels 19 Looking for Flowers short vowels 20 Pizza Party! short vowels 21 Falling Down short vowels 22 Happy Robot silent e 23 Spider and Fly silent e 24 Bubbles Everywhere! silent e 25 Friendly Fire-Breather silent e 26 Alien Artists vowel pairs 27 Quilt Star vowel pairs 28 Sparkling Stone vowel pairs 29 Finned Friend vowel pairs 30 Diphthongs & R-Controlled Vowels Space Travel diphthongs 31 Where’s My Bone? variant vowels 32 Turtle Topper variant vowels 33 A Neighborly Smile diphthongs & variant vowels 34 Top of the Wall r-controlled vowels 35 Puzzle Cube r-controlled vowels 36 Consonant Blends Up, Up, and Away! consonant blends 37 Colorful Umbrella consonant blends 38 Flutter By consonant blends 39 Cool Treat consonant blends 40 Love Struck consonant blends 41 Initial & Final Digraphs Caterpillar Crawlers initial digraphs 42 Finding Mom initial digraphs 43 Light Up! final digraphs 44 Answers 45 Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Introduction ssssssss How to Use This Book Each delightful puzzle is designed to reinforce a specific phonics skill The only materials kids need for the activities are crayons or colored pencils To use, children follow the simple directions to complete each activity You’ll find several puzzle formats, as described below: Name: Date: _ Winter Wonderland If the word ends like Final Consonants Color the space Blue ❉ Hidden Pictures: Children Green Color Key follow a color key to color different sections of these puzzles When completed, a hidden picture is revealed Black Red White miss us boss fuss room am bad mill Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources him cot this ham yes farm team sat lid nod bat hot gum them gal rat mat from tall bell let cut sit kit dot sail drum rod pat jet net mad got hit cat 14 ❉ Color-by-Sound Pictures: A color key guides children in coloring different parts of a picture with specific colors After they complete their picture, encourage children to check their work Then invite them to fill in any uncolored areas in the colors of their choice Name: Date: _ Bubbles Everywhere! If the word has a Color Key Silent e Color the bubble Long-a sound Blue Long-i sound Green Long-o sound Purple Long-u sound Red five tune mule name dice rope bone white Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources P honics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners is a collection of engaging hidden pictures, colorby-sound activities, mazes, and connectthe-dot puzzles that get children excited about learning as they build phonics skills and concepts More than three dozen irresistible activities offer children lots of practice in identifying initial and final consonant sounds, short and long vowels, diphthongs, variant vowels, r-controlled vowels, consonant blends, and digraphs Research shows that a strong foundation in phonics is an important component in building reading confidence and fluency The activities in this book provide children of all learning styles with a motivating, fun way to independently practice and build skills while helping them meet important language arts standards (See Meeting the Language Arts Standards for more.) The selfchecking component provides instant feedback, making the activities ideal for use in learning centers, as independent work or day-starters, for fast-finishers, or homework For your convenience, an answer key is also included on pages 45–48 No matter how you choose to incorporate the activities in your classroom routine, these puzzles will delight and challenge children while putting them on the path to reading success! brake globe late cube shine close tape zone flute tube scale like made side 25 Name: Date: _ What the Research Says ❉ Mazes: To complete the If the word begins like mazes in this collection, children use specific colors to trace lines or color paths from a starting point to an end point Color the space Yellow Color Key Red shape chop thin shirt shine thirst thank cheese short think thump thing whisk where chin sheep what chat shop when wheat while child white cheep chair shelf Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources 43 ❉ Connect-the-Dots: Children use what they know about phonics to connect the dots and reveal a mystery picture When children complete the puzzle, invite them to color their picture Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Name: Date: _ A Neighborly Smile Diphthongs & Variant Vowels Name each picture Fill in the missing vowel pairs Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? h se sp n t s str cr n l nch c n au oy ou aw ow oo 34 oi Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Phonics instruction focuses on the relationship between sounds and symbols In his book Phonics From A to Z, 2nd ed (Scholastic, 2006), reading specialist Wiley Blevins notes that the faster children can decode words, and the more words they recognize by sight, the more fluent they become, leaving more time and energy to focus on comprehension (Freedman and Calfee, 1984; LaBerge and Samuels, 1974) Blevins cites Cunningham’s (1995) observation that the brain works as a “pattern detector.” Since blends, digraphs, and many vowel sounds contain reliable sound-spelling patterns, learning to recognize their common patterns increases and improves word recognition skills Initial Digraphs Finding Mom Help each chick get to its mother Meeting the Language Arts Standards Connections to the McREL Language Arts Standards M id-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL), a nationally recognized nonprofit organization, has compiled and evaluated national and state standards—and proposed what teachers should provide for their K–2 students to grow proficient in language arts This book’s activities support the following standards: Reading Uses the general skills and strategies of the reading process including: 33 Uses mental images based on pictures and print to aid in comprehension of text 33 Uses basic elements of phonetic analysis (for example, common letter-sound relationships, beginning consonants, vowel sounds, blends, word patterns) to decode unknown words 33 Uses basic elements of structural analysis, such as spelling patterns, to decode unknown words 33 Uses self-correction strategies (searches for cues, identifies miscues, rereads) Writing Uses grammatical and mechanical conventions in written compositions including: 33 Uses conventions of print in writing 33 Uses conventions of spelling in written compositions (uses letter-sound relationships; spells basic short vowel, long vowel, and consonant blend patterns) Source: Kendall, J S., & Marzano, R J (2004) Content knowledge: A compendium of standards and benchmarks for K–12 education Aurora, CO: Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning Online database: http://www.mcrel org/standards-benchmarks/ Connections to the Reading First Program T he activities in this book are also designed to support you in implementing the Reading First Program, authorized by the U.S Department of Education’s No Child Left Behind Act The National Reading Panel has identified the five key areas of reading instruction as follows: Phonemic Awareness The ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes—the sounds of spoken language Phonics Development Understanding the predictable relationship between phonemes and graphemes—the letters and spellings that represent those sounds in written language—helps readers recognize familiar words accurately and automatically and to decode unfamiliar words Vocabulary Development The ability to store information about the meanings and pronunciation of words necessary for communicating, including vocabulary for listening, speaking, reading, and writing Fluency The ability to read text accurately and quickly that allows readers to recognize words and comprehend at the same time Comprehension The ability to understand and gain meaning from material read Source: Guidance for the Reading First Program (U.S Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, 2002) Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Name: Date: _ Choo Choo! Initial Consonants Name each picture Write the letter it begins with Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? J F S G C V H Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources P D Name: Date: _ Time for Tea Initial Consonants Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources Name each picture Write the letter it begins with Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? T W K M Z B R N L Name: Date: _ Jar of Jellybeans If the word begins like Initial Consonants Color the jellybean Purple Color Key Blue Red Green Yellow will yes vote quit zap yam zoo vet quail Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources walk Name: Date: _ Through the Beehive Initial Consonants Help each bee get to the other side of the hive Name the item the bee is sitting on What letter does it begin with? If a letter matches the beginning sound of Color the space Yellow Color Key Blue Orange Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources m b b w b r r f b v b w r f f m r f r r f f Name: Date: _ Initial Consonants Ding Dong! Name each picture Write the letter it begins with Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? L J P D C G 10 N Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources T H Name: Date: _ A Neighborly Smile Diphthongs & Variant Vowels Name each picture Fill in the missing vowel pairs Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? h se sp n t s str cr n l nch c n au ou aw ow oo 34 oi Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources oy Name: Date: _ R-Controlled Vowels Top of the Wall Help the cat get to the top of the wall Find each word that has the same vowel sound as Color that space green and large cord dark four girl serve hurt first verb burn skirt born hard door star learn turn sort barn store car third sir germ horn Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources 35 Name: Date: _ Puzzle Cube If the word has the same vowel sound as R-Controlled Vowels Color the space Yellow Color Key Green Red storm short worn card dirt park bird farm girl dart 36 stir Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources fork Name: Date: _ Up, Up, and Away! If the word begins like Consonant Blends Color the space Blue Red Color Key Yellow Green Purple blow blend clay glum Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources blaze sled slip clock glide cluck glass class slim clean bless blank slam clip club blue flow blame flea blush flip fly flat glue bleed clap glad black blink blast click gloom flew blade bloom glow globe 37 Name: Date: _ Colorful Umbrella If the word begins like Consonant Blends Color the space Red Color Key Yellow Purple drag brick treat dream bring trap 38 truck Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources drop brand Name: Date: _ Flutter By If the word begins like Consonant Blends Color the space Red Color Key Green Blue Yellow groan grant grip friend price fruit crown press cry front great free crib grin crow proud grow grab fresh Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources grade prince from ground 39 Name: Date: _ Consonant Blends Cool Treat Name each picture Fill in the missing two-letter blend Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? im unk ale oon ake ove oke st sp sc sm sn sk 40 Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources sw Name: Date: _ Consonant Blends Love Struck Name each picture Fill in the missing two-letter blend Connect the dots in the order of your answers What picture did you make? Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources ug uck eep own ow arf ing ass og sw cr sn tr gr pl sl sc fr 41 Name: Date: _ Caterpillar Crawlers If the word begins like Initial Digraphs Color the space Purple Color Key Red Green thaw chop thin child third shape thing thorn shoe shade chin cheep thick chew chalk chick thank short shave shirt Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources 42 ship Name: Date: _ Initial Digraphs Finding Mom Help each chick get to its mother If the word begins like Color the space Yellow Color Key Red shape chop thin thirst shine thank cheese short thump whisk chat think thing where chin sheep what shop when white shirt wheat while child cheep chair shelf Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources 43 Name: Date: _ Final Digraphs Light Up! If the word ends like Color the space Yellow Color Key Orange Green mouth lunch watch dish cloth inch wash path fresh hatch 44 Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources with bush Color Abbreviations Answer Key R = Red B = Blue Y = Yellow ssssssss V P F S G J D C H S F P G Milk on the Move, page 11 C p g b k f V H Time for Tea, page M B N L R Z W T K T W K M B R L b k f n x r l n x g r l p x Home, Sweet Home, page 12 r g x t s Z N Br = Brown Bk = Black W = White D J Choo Choo, page G = Green O = Orange P = Purple d k n b t g s r b d n k Jar of Jellybeans, page Y Y B P R B R Seven Swimmers, page 13 G O O O O B Through the Beehive, page R G B Y Y O O B O O Winter Wonderland, page 14 O B B B B B Ding Dong!, page 10 T B W W G G R G G D C G Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources G Bk G G R Bk G G G Bk W W W R G J P Bk Bk G H N J C B B W R H N B W B W W G L O Y B Y O B R B Y Y G D P T L Y O Y P G O B B R W G G G G 45 f Ready to Roll, page 15 x l m g k t n s f Looking for Flowers, page 20 s m g t l O k n O O O R R O O O O R R Pizza Party!, page 21 R R R R Hippity-Hop, page 17 R B Br Br B Y Br R Y Br O R Br O Br Br Br Br B Br Br Br B B Br B Br B R Y Br Br B Br B Y Br Br Br O B Br Br Br B Br Br R B R Y R R R O Br O R Falling Down, page 22 •Students should use brown to color the boxes with the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: rat, than, ham, sand, last •Students should use orange to color the boxes with the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: set, red, men, fell, peg Sea Shopper, page 18 G the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: hid, will, big, sit, king G G G •Students should use red to color the boxes with •Students should use yellow to color the boxes G G G with the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: mug, but, fun, rub, jump G G Happy Robot, page 23 Br Br Br Y P P Br Br Br Br Br Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources P Y Y P P Y Y Br Br P P Br P Y Y Br Br 46 O O O x To the Beach, page 16 Across the Pond, page 19 O O O O Y Y Y P Y P Y P P Y Spider and Fly, page 24 Sparkling Stone, page 29 Y Y O O Y O Y Y Y Y Y O Y Y Y O Y R G P B P B ay ui ee ie oa G B ay ie ue oe ea ui ee oa ui ay oe ie P R O Y Space Travel, page 31 O Y O Y G B G Y B G G R G G B Y Y G B Where’s My Bone?, page 32 following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: good, foot, wool, cook, hood Y G O Y •Students should use blue to color the boxes with the Y R Y O G Y Y •Students should use red to color the boxes with the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: ball, cause, draw, law, tall •Students should use green to color the boxes with the following words, then trace the line that connects these boxes: boot, food, root, cool, school O O O P P P O O Y Y O B Br G G Br G G Br G G G G Br G Br G Br G G G G G G Br A Neighborly Smile, page 34 Y Y B B B G O B B Turtle Topper, page 33 P O Y Y O P O B B Y O P P P O P P O Quilt Star, page 28 ea B B Alien Artists, page 27 ue O R R Friendly Fire-Breather, page 26 ue ea oa R G G P oe oa ee ay ue ee B P oe ea ui ie Finned Friend, page 30 Y Y Bubbles Everywhere!, page 25 Y O Y Y O O Y O Y Y Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources ou aw oi oo ow oy au au oy ou aw ow oo oi 47 Top of the Wall, page 35 Cool Treat, page 40 G G G G G G G G G G Puzzle Cube, page 36 R R G R G B B P R B G R R Y Y Y Y B sn tr cr gr sl sc fr gr pl sl sc R G P G P G R G G R R P P G P P P G R R R B B B Y G G R R sw B B G Colorful Umbrella, page 38 sn B G P Y B R R B B sm Caterpillar Crawlers, page 42 R G P sc fr R G P R sp R R G B pl cr sw tr sn Y G Up, Up, and Away!, page 37 sn sc st sk Y G sw sp sm sk st Love Struck, page 41 Y Y G G sw Y Y R P Finding Mom, page 43 Y Y Y R R R R Y Y R R P Y Y R P Flutter By, page 39 B B B G Y G R G B B 48 G Y B R G Y G O G B Phonics Picture Puzzles for Little Learners © 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources G Y B G G O Y O R R Y B Light Up!, page 44 Y Y O
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