Guided reading is such an invaluable component to any reading program. So why not combine it with learning letter sounds. These readers are great for Pre-K, TK, kindergarten, or intervention for 1st graders. These 26 alphabet letter sound readers can be used with any curriculum to support letter sound retention with your students. Each letter has a color and black and white book with 6 pages of reading with familiar pictures. The letter x book works specifically on the ending sound.
Each page has two roads with dot markers (a place for their fingers to stop). With my students I tell them that their fingers are like a car on a track and we stop our finger under a word when we read it. “Tracking” left to right. The fun doesn’t stop there. You students have picture clues to help them with the words on the page. This is a great way to teach context clues. There are periods at the ends of the sentences for punctuation discussion. But I included a second line for extra practice on letter sounds and sweeping the finger back to the start of a line. Working with concepts of print can happen at the beginning of the school year with these books. They are a good way to introduce your students to reading strategies and to letter sounds.
Send the books home with your students to have them practice their sounds with their parents too! They are fun for the whole family.
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