Phonics ABC Cookies and Milk
Sound-Letter Sort and Letter Write
This is a highly engaging center for students in Kindergarten and beginning of the year in First Grade.
It is designed for small group instruction, one on one, and to be used as a literacy center in a classroom.
It aligns with the Common Core Standards for Language:L.K.1. Write a letter for most consonant and short-vowel sounds.
It aligns with the Common Core Standards for Phonics: RF.K.3 Demonstrate basic knowledge of letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary or most frequent sounds for each consonant. Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings.
It consists of:
10 pages of Letter Write Activity. Laminate and use dry erase markers for printing. There are 5 pictures on each page; a total of 50 lowercase letters to practice printing. (A visual clue is provided on each page).
6 Vowel Cookie Jar Sorts. Each activity is a sort between 2 vowels. There are 7 individual picture cookies for each of the five vowels. All pictures begin with either a long or short vowel sound. Both long and short vowels are targeted. A list of all the 35 vowel pictures is included. (sorts: a/e, i/e, o/u, u/i, a/u, and o/e)
10 Consonant Cookie Jar Sorts. Each activity is a sort between 2 consonants: s/m, b/n, q,z/x, p/y, w/ j, l/k, f/d, c/g, h/v, r/t Each consonant has 7 picture cookies. A list of the 147 consonant pictures is included. Laminate the jars and cookies. A variety of yummy cookies is included and after laminating these will need to be cut out.
“Who Stole the Cookie From the Cookie Jar?” Song Activity included: Cookie assortment for the teacher to pick from and write student names on, a picture to put on a container for the cookie jar, and the words to the song.
Easy Preparation: Laminate for durability. Do not cut the 10 Letter Write pages. Do not cut out the Vowel and Consonant Cookie Jars. You will need to cut all the cookies apart. I cut mine into the cookie shape.
A wonderful follow up activity to this literacy center is to provide cookies for the students. I always took a popsicle stick and using it like a knife pulled out a glob of icing. I put the stick and icing on a paper plate with the cookie and the students got to do the spreading and the eating. Simple, and easy fun!
Thank you for looking at this product. I appreciate your consideration. Happy teaching!