Phonics Charts These charts are the perfect visual for your students. They can be used as anchor charts, for guided reading, writing centers and so much more! Included are 6 sets of charts. All sets come in color and b/w: * Alphabet (short vowels and mix
100 free printables for kindergarten learning. Tons of awesome literacy and math worksheets to engage your students to learn about spring, summer , fall and winter with fun.
Easy to remember story/reading tricks to explain all of the tricky letter patterns/phonics sounds!
Phonics - Beginning Sounds B, D, P, T
Do your students have difficulty with writing b and d correctly or getting the sounds of b and p, or d and t confused? I see this frequently with struggling readers and dyslexic students. This resource is designed to give the students plenty of practice with the letters and sounds to ease the confusion! Just laminate the puzzles and cut them apart for a center or small group work, then use the follow-up worksheets for additional practice
Mystery CVC Word Cards (initial sounds phonics)
Hi Friends This resource is designed for your students to practice their Phonics. It requires the student to identify the initial sound of the picture and put the letter underneath. This can be done by writing with whiteboard marker or using magnetic letters.
These secret code no prep worksheets work with a variety of phonics programs including the Fundations, Wilson Reading System™️. A letter sound keyword sheet is included. Students use the key to figure out the secret words, simple sentences and pangrams (all letters of alphabet sentences).
Teach Your Child to Read - Short A Activities and Resources (including freebies!) - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Alphabet Posters and Phonics Posters Huge Bundle
124 vibrant alphabet, blends, and phonics sounds posters for the classroom!! All 124 posters come in 6 fun colors of stitched chevron (pink, purple, blue, yellow, orange, and green) so you can mix and match how you want to!!
Real or nonsense words or trash or treasure! You simply write letters on plastic cups (I, of course, used Red Solo Cups). I can easily switch any of the sounds out and my student can blend the new word. It works on real words and nonsense words