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    Enhance your child's phonemic awareness with our Ending Sounds Worksheets designed for ages 7-8. These engaging activities are crafted to help young learners accurately identify and pronounce the ending sounds of words, crucial for improving reading and spelling skills. Each worksheet features various exercises, including matching, coloring, and writing, ensuring that learning remains fun and interactive. Tailored to complement school curriculums, our resources aim to boost your child's confidence in decoding words while solidifying their foundational literacy skills. Download today and support your child's journey towards exceptional reading proficiency with our high-quality phonics worksheets.


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    Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet
    Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet

    Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet

    Practice the 'th' digraph with this worksheet! Ask kids to say the words shown and sound out the letters below each image. Check the box with the correct digraph to complete. Examples include 'earth', 'bath' and 'moth', all ending with the same two letters. Phonics teaches that digraphs are two letters that make one sound.
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    Digraph Th Printable Worksheet
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    Digraphs: Think About "th" Worksheet

    Help your child master phonics with this illustrated digraph Th printable worksheet. It will help recognize "Th" words, differentiate voiced and voiceless sounds and understand key concepts. Use similar words while they work to reap its full benefits!
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    Hotel Mix-up Worksheet
    Hotel Mix-up Worksheet

    Hotel Mix-up Worksheet

    Before doing this worksheet, explain to your kids what a hotel is. It's a building where guests can stay for a few days and pay for their stay. In this exercise, the hotel clerk needs help finding the correct keys. Have your kids circle words ending with -el to find the right ones.
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    Understanding ending sounds is critical for children aged 7-8 as it solidifies their phonemic awareness, an essential component of reading fluency and spelling accuracy. Phonemic awareness—the knowledge that words are composed of individual sounds called phonemes—serves as a foundation for developing proficient reading skills.

    At this age, children make significant strides in their literacy journey. Their ability to correctly identify and produce ending sounds in words helps them decode and encode words more effectively. For example, distinguishing the ending sounds in words like "cat" and "cap" allows them to not only read these words accurately but also spell them correctly, reinforcing letter-sound relationships crucial for both reading and writing.

    Further, mastering ending sounds enhances vocabulary and comprehension. When children can effortlessly recognize and manipulate sounds, they focus better on understanding the meanings of texts. This deepens their engagement with reading, leading to a more enriching educational experience.

    Parents and teachers play a pivotal role in fostering this aspect by involving children in fun activities like rhyming games, phoneme substitution, and word families. Such activities ensure youngsters acquire these vital skills in engaging, memorable, and meaningful ways, laying a robust literary foundation that supports their academic success.