2 Letter Blending A | Learn to Read Beginning Reader, Pre-Readers Phonics Lesson





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Published on Mar 8, 2012

http://www.firststepreading.com | This video teaches children how to take two separate sounds, the Short A sound, "ah" as in "a-pple" and Consonant sounds and blend the sounds together. The process of combining sounds is called Blending.
Blending is taught by moving the Short A sound and a Consonant sound closer and closer together so that your child learns to say the sounds closer and closer together.
Blending sounds is a learning process. The first step of blending is when your child states the correct two sounds for the letter characters that are being blended. For example the word, "at" will often first be read as "ah" "tah." With practice your child will learn to further blend the sounds to correctly say "at."

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