vertical menu

Language Arts > Phonics | Preschool, Grade 1, 2 | Worksheets

Learn Words Ending in le (as in apple) and Read the Story 'The Surprise'

Learn Words Ending in le (as in apple) and Read the Story 'The Surprise'
Product image #0
Product image #1



Preschool, Grade 1, 2





Add To Collection
Add to collection Add to collection

About This Product

Learn Words Ending in 'le' (as in apple) and Read the Story 'The Surprise'

This comprehensive teaching resource is designed to make phonics learning engaging and straightforward for young educators. The material helps children acquire reading skills through practicing phonetic sounds, particularly focusing on the sound ‘le’ at the end of words.

Who it's For:
  • Perfectly pairs with language arts curriculums of preschoolers as well as first and second graders
  • Ideal for older readers who are reluctant or those grappling with language-learning difficulties
  • Suits learners speaking English as a foreign language
About The Resource:

Structured coursework that infuses 44 phonic sounds into engaging stories - 'The Bouncing Castle' and 'The Famous Cousin From The Country.' Flexible modes of delivery include one-to-one coaching sessions or small study groups. Moreover, a teacher-parent-child trio setup could also be effective.

Suitability for Different Settings:
  • Diverse classroom settings - regular classrooms, special school interventions focusing on literary skills development
  • Homeschooling situations
  • EFL/ESL classes where English pronunciation requires reinforcement.
Included Activities:

To help solidify learnt knowledge, activity sheets containing word-to-picture matching exercises are included. This approach encourages children to link visual elements directly with individual phonic sounds instead of relying on rote memory patterns alone.

Detailed instructions guide educators on how successive packs should be introduced based on each child’s familiarity and confidence levels with particular sounds. While descriptions may suggest a certain order for introducing these sounds, flexibility exists to adapt according to individual learning styles. Start with simpler phonemes like 'ch' or 'sh', then progressively build upon complex sound patterns such as ‘ea,’ ‘oa,’ or end-of-word pronunciations like 'le.'

Children's progress can be measured by their transition to independent reading of books, signaling reading readiness and the development of recognition skills from using this resource. Implement this teaching resource today and see your learner morph into a confident reader within six months!

What's Included

22 pages

Resource Tags

phonics reading skills phonetic sounds language learning educational packs

Explore related searches