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What do dominoes and phonemes have in common? Quite a bit in this engaging phonics game! Each domino has a letter on one side and an image on the other. Everything you need is here; partners place the starting domino on the table then take turns matching a letter to the picture at the end of the domino train.
K - 1st Language Arts 30 Views 84 Downloads
The main exercise here has to do with initial, medial, and final sound correspondence. Youngsters practice decomposing word sounds using image cards and a template (both provided). They cut out ten 3-letter images and sound each out, gluing them alongside each almost-complete name on the worksheet.
K - 1st Language Arts 16 Views 61 Downloads
Letter Sound Bingo
Matching phonemes to graphemes can be as easy as playing a game of Bingo. Little learners build a strong understanding of medial sounds, vowels, and letter sound correspondence while playing Bingo. Bingo cards and picture cards are included; you just need to print and laminate the amount you need.
K - 1st Language Arts 17 Views 119 Downloads
Letter-Sound Correspondence: Where's That Sound?
The phoneme train is leaving the station! Get your budding readers familiar with letter-sound correspondence using this fun phonics activity. They set up the initial sound and final sound train cards (included), placing a letter between them.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 24 Downloads
Get creative with phonics by having kids create a letter-sound mobile! Using a hanger, hole punch, string, and the provided image and letter cards, learners practice matching medial sounds to their corresponding vowels. Learners attach the vowels to the hanger (three are pictured, but you can probably fit all five) with string and then proceed to attach each image below its medial sound letter.
K - 2nd Language Arts 28 Views 122 Downloads
Fluency: Letter sound correspondence
While this memory game activity doesn't include the necessary cards, it's still a great way to engage little ones in letter sound recognition. Provide a set of images and letter cards, lay them face down (like memory), they flip the cards over and attempt to see if the letter matches the first sound of their image card.
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 14 Downloads
Letter- Sound Correspondence: Brown Bag It
Sorting objects according to their initial sound gets scholars thinking about letter-sound correspondence in this interactive activity. Start with 26 brown bags, each labelled with a letter of the alphabet. Bring in some magazines with images for learners to choose from, and challenge your kids to cut out corresponding first-sound objects.
K - 1st Language Arts 6 Views 5 Downloads
Letter Recognition: Poetry Pen
It's always nice to have a great idea and all the tools to make it happen. The class can use these nursery rhyme and alphabet cards to teach each other letter recognition and letter sound correspondence. There is a full set of alphabet and ten different nursery rhyme cards to laminate and use.
K - 1st Language Arts 19 Views 75 Downloads
Letter Sound Match
Matching letters to letter sounds can be fun and builds strong phonemic awareness. Kindergarteners take turns matching initial, medial, and final phonemes, to individual graphemes. They pick a card, say its name, then find the letter that makes that sound.
K - 1st Language Arts 6 Views 44 Downloads
Letter-Sound Folder Sort
Practice letter-sound correspondence using this interactive activity which has kids sorting images based on their final sounds. Start by choosing four final sounds to place in an open file folder (refer to image). Partners take turns selecting image cards, pronouncing the image and its final sound, and sorting it under the correct letter(s).
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 14 Downloads
Letter Sound Mix-Up
Little learners time each other as they each work through a sheet of all 26 letters of the alphabet. They test each other to see how many letter sounds they can identify in 1 minute. Letter sheets and data collection sheets are included.
K - 1st Language Arts 8 Views 23 Downloads
Practicing Letters W and X
Match initial phonemes to practice recognizing the sounds made by the letters w and x. Early readers circle all of the objects that begin with either an x or a w, then trace each letter several times. Try a fun variation by having learners color the objects that match with the initial letter sound.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 19 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Letter Sound Pyramid
Print and laminate this fun game as a way to help your littlest learners build strong phonological awareness. Children pair up, one pulls a picture card, the other says the name of the image and attempts to match the final sound to the letter(s) on his pyramid of letters card.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 10 Views 38 Downloads
New Review Letter-Sound Match Cut and Paste
Develop beginning readers' understanding of letter-sound correspondence with this fun series of cut-and-paste worksheets. With each page focusing on four specific letters, children are able to practice isolating initial sounds as they match the appropriate letter to each image on the page.
4 mins Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 41 Views 25 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Fluency Letter Wheel
Little ones spin their way to letter sound fluency. Working in pairs, they use the provided set of spinners to play a letter sound correspondence game. Each child is timed, during their time they spin the spinner and make the sound of the letter they land on.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 7 Views 21 Downloads
Spotting Sounds All Around
As youngsters are learning letter sound relationships, create a fun class project to engage and bring them together in the process. Using digital tools, kids document and present various objects beginning with letters of the alphabet. Start by reading The Letters Are Lost (or any illustrated ABC book for that matter) discussing how the pictures start with the same sound as each letter.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 8 Views 27 Downloads
Letter Sound correspondence: Activity
Games make for good learning when coupled with strong adult facilitation. You provide the teaching and this resource provides the fun. Little learners practice building a relationship between letters and their sounds through a fun game. This packet includes instructions, game cards, and a spinner.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 7 Views 44 Downloads
Make letter-sound correspondence a game using this activity idea. Youngsters work in pairs to drill and practice alphabet sounds, keeping track of their progress on a chart (provided). Working one at a time, each partner flips letter cards, saying the sound and letter.
K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 10 Downloads
What's the First Letter? (A to H)
Here are eight words, and each of them is missing a letter. Not just any letter but the first letter. Oh my! Put your phonics masters to work and have them determine which of the eight letters (a-h) completes each word.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 9 Views 62 Downloads CCSS: Designed
"Uhh..Did I do that?" - Phonemic Awareness
Students practice using the letter u in order to understand letter-sound correspondence. In this letter-sound correspondence lesson plan, students write, read, and say different words with the letter u in them.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 21 Downloads