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- Beginning sounds can be practiced with the 26 clip cards and the 26 color the sound worksheets. Print, laminate, and add clothespins for a fun activity. Teach with worksheets or use for practice/assessment. Can be use all year, no theme. There is an /x/ page for initial and final sound. This is a fa$8.80$11.00Save $2.20
Beginning sounds cards to practice beginning sounds for literacy centers or morning work practice. Use the beginning sound card to introduce beginning sounds that are the same or not the same. Students can choose the cards for literacy centers with clothes pins to develop fine motor skills. Higher students use a dry erase to label the cards. Check out the preview to see how easy these cards are to use!
(2 cards for x. One as a beginning sound and x as an ending sound)
✔ Cover page
✔ Information Sheet and Example
✔ Lesson Plan
✔ Answer Sheet
✔ 27 Colored and Black Line Cards
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