Remote Learning with Google slides

Great way to teach remotely or in class with a large display cast to the classroom TV or student Chrome books.

We have been using small laminated letters in class, but it can be a struggle to find all the letters and keep them sorted. Now that I have these Google slides my lessons can be saved and sorted out quickly.

I have them sorted by the vowels. This one is the letter /e/ the vowels are red. It includes long, short, and vowel combinations like:

      Silent e, ey, y that says “e”, er, ed, pre, re, ei, ei, ee, ea, e_e,

      Prefixes and suffixes (pre, re, er, ed) with whole word tiles.

The first slide is color-coded for younger students. This is a neat way to help them with sorting out the line place for the letters and to aid them in making the left-to-right reading connection. Green for go, Yellow in the middle, Red stop. This is the direction of reading and writing. * The teacher can choose any of the letters the student will need before the slide is sent to the student. This slide is a good one for CVC words or small 2 & 3-letter words.

This slide is for the small 2 letter words that make the long e sounds.

Great for open syllable words: Words like he, we, be, me, & 3 letters she.

* Notice here that the /sh/ tile is one box to drag and drop. This is to help students make the phonics connection that /sh/ is one sound digraph and NOT two separate sounds /s/h/.


If you like these slides and think they will work in your classroom or remote learning world, you can get them from my shop at TPT. TeachersPayTeachers.