Alphabet Anchor Chart, Picture Cards, and Recording Sheets: Circle Maps
PreK - K
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I wish I would have seen this sooner. I love how appealing it looks and my students love do the beginning sounds.
i love using thing with my students. The students were totally engaged with sorting the pictures as a center in addition to making circle charts!
Are you looking to teach the Alphabet in a more meaningful way for your students?
This set includes:
- - You will get pieces you can print, cut, and glue onto an anchor Chart. This chart is made so you can reuse it over and over again for each letter. I laminate mine. Then I add velcro dots for the picture cards. Then my students and I can write on any additional pictures/words to the circle map using Expo Markers. I can erase it at the end of the day/or week. Then use it for the following letters!
- - There are 6 picture cards per letter. Included are hard and soft c and g so you can teach those sounds as well. All vowel letters have an additional 6 cards with a total of 12 cards. You get 6 long and 6 short vowel sound cards.
- - There are 26 circle maps (1 per letter) and 1 blank version.
- - There are 26 sheets (1 per letter) with 10 dotted lines for your students to write down words that begin with that letter.
RF.K.1d Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
RF.K.3a Demonstrate basic knowledge of one to one letter sounds correspondences by producing the primary sound for each consonant.
RF.K. 3b Associate the short and long vowel sounds for the five major vowels.
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