Beginner Consonant Blends introduces children to the consonants through a board game and a match-up activity. This game is a great way to reinforce essential phonic skills!
A consonant is any letter in the alphabet that is not a vowel. There are 21 in all. Consonants enhance the sound of the words. Consonants in this game are blended or joined together in clusters of two letters at a time to produce distinct consonant sounds, such as bl, cr, sh, etc.
Using 25 three-piece self-correcting Match-ups, the child must match a blend with two corresponding pictures starting with that blend.
Similarly, children can use the play board with 30 blend cards to race to the finish area by naming maximum words beginning with consonants. By playing the game, children will be able to learn hundreds of new words.
Creatives have 25 sets of two-piece puzzles, totaling 50 pieces, a board game blends race, 35 blend cards, and an activity guide fun with phonics beginning consonant blends the most important approach to learning to read is phonetic reading, where a child learns the phonic sound and then blends them to form words. A board game with 25 self-correcting match ups for ages 4 and up to reinforce basic phonic skills