I've designed some flash cards with a cute and soft toned frame design for my little ones.
Simply cut out on the dotted line and fold along the bold line to get a two-sided flash card which you can then easily laminate and use!
Using dictionary cues to help emphasize the sounds of the vowels I've created a flash card set to help young early readers to sound out the different sounds that are found in the basic alphabet.
Instead of teaching the names of the sounds first, I usually begin with the sounds they make. For example, the vowel,letter a, has three sounds and the consonant, c, has two sounds- its soft sound and its hard sound.
This is the beginning of a collection of phonogram reference flash cards that I've begun using. At the side of certain letters such as the short a sound, h sound, l sound and m sound, just to name a few, I've indicated that these sounds have only one spelling.
Later on, I'll be introducing to my students the multiple spellings that certain A-Z sounds can have: long o sound has 7 diferent spellings for example.