Beginning-Initial Sounds Alphabet Posters - PDF file
4 page file designed by Clever Classroom.
Are you looking for bright, bold, cute alphabet cards? Then these beginning sounds cards will be ideal for you.
Each card displays both upper and lower-case letters, a large image and text labelling the image name, with the initial sounds highlighted in red. The individual cards will print out to be about the size of a business card.
There are 9 cards per page.
Please see our larger Beginning-Initial Sounds Alphabet Posters - 15 pages in our store.
They use the same images and words and are simply a larger version of these cards.
Please note: there are no blends or soft sounds presented in the is file. Beginning/initial sounds means the onset sound is a single sound. This way, children can identify, learn and apply the correct sounds in both their reading and writing.
The x sound has been highlighted at the end of the word fox. This is because when teaching sounds, there is no word in the English language that makes the x sound at the beginning of the word. When teaching sounds this is highly important so that children will have the knowledge and experience of the sound that x makes. This will therefore inform their reading and they will then be able to apply this knowledge when attacking words with the x sound. I also have provided a poster with an x at the beginning, should you like to teach the letter x instead of its sound. The letter has not been highlighted in the word 'xylophone' as there is no focus on the x sound in this word. The poster used to teach the x sound is fox.
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Cloud image not included.
Clip art by Scrappin Doodles.
Zaner Bloser font used as main text.
Designed by Clever Classroom, 2012.