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Published on Jan 29, 2012
Word family patterns are groups of words that have a common feature or pattern in words. They have some combinations of letters in them wiht similar sounds. For example back, pack, rack and sack are a family of words with the "ack" sound-letter combination.
Many of the nurserry rhymes and poems contain common word family patterns. You can use these rhymes to teach letter-sound combinations. When teaching these letter sound combinations, your child will be able to identify and understand how the words are spoken.
You will want your child to memorize the rhyme or pattern. It is recommended to study one to two word family patterns a week or until they have the patterns memorized. The word family patterns can be taught as early as Kindergarten. We hope you enjoy them. For all word family patterns visit: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Pr...