Includes: Word Blending Mat + Blending Cards

Available as floor mats. Select blending list in dropdown at right. See material descriptions below.

Product Dimensions:
  • Double H (wh, th, sh, qu, ch) – 80 x 21 inches
  • Double L (sl, pl, gl, fl, cl, bl) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Double R (tr, pr, gr, fr, dr, cr, be) – 102 x 21 inches
  • Double S (st, sp, sn, sm, sk, sc) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single B-H (b, c, d, f, g, h) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single J-P (j, k, l, m, n, p) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single R-Z (r, s, t, w, y, z) – 90 x 21 inches
 
Floor Mat Material: Our floor mats are made from heavy-duty vinyl. They are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Some teachers have used their mats for over 10 years!

Word Blending Hop
  • Have your student place an end sound card at the top of the mat on the box that says “Place Card Here”.
  • Then, have your student stand on START HERE.
  • Have your student say the initial sound in the first box.
  • Then, have your student say the end sound at the top of the mat.
  • Next, have your student jump on the first box blending the initial sound with the end sound to make a word.
  • Ask your student if they have created a real or silly word.
    • If the student has created a real word, have them cross their right leg over the left and tap “real word”.
    • If the student has created a silly word, have them cross their left leg over the right and tap “silly word”.
  • The student repeats the activity for each of the initial sounds on the mat.
  • Repeat the activity until the student is comfortable with blending words. Repeat with different end sound cards.
  • Guide your student’s selection of end sound cards to avoid word combinations that create profanity.
  • Point out to students that sometimes silly words in English are real words in other languages.
Floor Mats: Check out our material FAQ page for more information and instructions on caring for your floor mat.

Word Blending Mats

Learn the fundamentals of reading through word building. Hop up the mat, sounding out each sound blended with the root at the top of the mat. Then tap the “Real word” or “Silly word” spot — students love the silly words! Each mat comes with ten root sounds cards.

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Includes: Word Blending Mat + Blending Cards

Available as floor mats. Select blending list in dropdown at right. See material descriptions below.

Product Dimensions:
  • Double H (wh, th, sh, qu, ch) – 80 x 21 inches
  • Double L (sl, pl, gl, fl, cl, bl) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Double R (tr, pr, gr, fr, dr, cr, be) – 102 x 21 inches
  • Double S (st, sp, sn, sm, sk, sc) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single B-H (b, c, d, f, g, h) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single J-P (j, k, l, m, n, p) – 90 x 21 inches
  • Single R-Z (r, s, t, w, y, z) – 90 x 21 inches
 
Floor Mat Material: Our floor mats are made from heavy-duty vinyl. They are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Some teachers have used their mats for over 10 years!

Word Blending Hop
  • Have your student place an end sound card at the top of the mat on the box that says “Place Card Here”.
  • Then, have your student stand on START HERE.
  • Have your student say the initial sound in the first box.
  • Then, have your student say the end sound at the top of the mat.
  • Next, have your student jump on the first box blending the initial sound with the end sound to make a word.
  • Ask your student if they have created a real or silly word.
    • If the student has created a real word, have them cross their right leg over the left and tap “real word”.
    • If the student has created a silly word, have them cross their left leg over the right and tap “silly word”.
  • The student repeats the activity for each of the initial sounds on the mat.
  • Repeat the activity until the student is comfortable with blending words. Repeat with different end sound cards.
  • Guide your student’s selection of end sound cards to avoid word combinations that create profanity.
  • Point out to students that sometimes silly words in English are real words in other languages.
Floor Mats: Check out our material FAQ page for more information and instructions on caring for your floor mat.

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