We found 758 resources with the concept letter-sound correspondence
Pre-K - 2nd
After learning the letters of the alphabet and their initial sounds, emerging readers begin building words in order to read them. By recognizing initial, medial, and final sounds, learners are able to substitute phonemes into old words to make new ones. Use this collection of fun, hands-on resources to help learners build phonemic awareness, spelling skills, and ultimately reading comprehension.
Learning the Alphabet and Initial Sounds
Pre-K - 1st
The basics of reading begin with alphabet. This collection introduces all 26 upper- and lowercase letters in the alphabet. First, young readers practice writing and identifying each letter through engaging worksheets and activities. Youngsters also work on their fine motor skills by coloring, tracing, and matching. Lastly, beginning readers practice saying and recognizing initial letter sounds, phonemes, and letter-sound correspondence.
Early Childhood Education Lesson Plan for Good Night, Good Knight
K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
The book Good Night, Good Knight is the inspiration for this plan. Learners get into small groups to search for words in books that begin with their names and fill out and illustrate their own personal letter and name pages.
Alphabetic Understanding, Phonics, and Spelling
Pre-K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
Have your youngsters reading in no time with with collection of literacy activities and lessons. Starting with a basic understanding of the alphabet, this unit progressively builds students' phonemic awareness and ability to decode and...