Learn 16 Single-Sound Consonants

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Learn 16 Single-Sound Consonants

In this phonics video lesson, beginning readers learn that 16 letters in the English alphabet make just one sound. These are letters b, d, f, h, j, k, l. m, n, q, r, s, t, v, w, and z. Students stay engaged by following along on their own paper, writing out all the letters of the alphabet, and then scribbling over the 10 letters that make more than one sound.

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June 2017
i will use this with my students . I appreciate the ability to use this lesson with my students in a group setting as well as for seat work. Thank you .
April 2017
July 2016
If Khan Academy were teaching kids how to read, this is how they'd do it. It's an engaging screencast that kids enjoy because it's both intellectually stimulating and fun.