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  1. Thank you so much for answering my question so thoroughly! It was so helpful. I love using the Phonics Tool kit. It has been such a timesaver.
    I have an activity that I have used with my students for years. I call it “Secret Picture”. I have a set of simple drawings of things such as pig, pen, chick, etc. I hold the pictures away from the students and then sound out a picture slowly, stretching out the sounds. The students have to listen and tell me what word I am saying. They love this activity and it really helps them improve blending sounds.

  2. You’re very welcome, JoAnn! We’re so glad it was helpful. That is such a fun phonological awareness activity! Thank you for sharing it for everyone. I bet your students have so much fun solving the “mystery”!

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