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Provide the child with all of the letters plus a number of copies of the phonics ending you are working on. Let's use "an" as an example. Ask the children to glue the squares onto a piece of paper to make as many different words as they can.
I like to make a small booklet this way by cutting 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets of paper into three 8 1/2 x 3 2/3 inch pieces and stapling them to create:
Glue one AN square onto the title page
On subsequent pages glue a lower case letter square with the AN square to form as many words as possible: (or print the words if you prefer that to building them with the flash cards)
ban, can, and fan are examples
STRETCH: to stretch this exercise, have the children use the word in a sentence and write the sentences in their book:
The school will ban pokemon cards if we fight over them.
I can do phonics.
When it is hot, I fan myself.