Great tool for students to reference alphabet (lowercase and capital), beginning sounds, and labeled picture.
I use these whole group, small group and also individually. Every student has a colored copy in their writing folder. These charts are used daily for reading groups, reader's workshop, phonics lessons as well as alphabet work.
This alphabet chart matches my Polka-Dot Alphabet Posters which are on my wall. I like to have these alphabet tools match for fragile learners.
The matching alphabet posters are available in my store. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Polka-Dot-Alphabet-PostersFountas-and-Pinnell-1330990
What is included: Same posters for black/white option and color option. 12 pages total.
1. Poster with one sound for each letter- posters with igloo and posters with iguana
2. Poster with one sound for consonants and 2 sounds for vowels- posters with igloo and posters with iguana
3. Poster with 2 sounds for vowels, 2 sounds for C and G, and one sound for other consonants- posters with igloo and posters with iguana.
4. I have included a blank poster with only the alphabet letters in the corner. I put this at a literacy station and the students draws the picture that begins with that letter.
Updated 6/6/15: I have added an alphabet book that correlates with the alphabet chart and my alphabet posters. I use these books for reading groups and also fragile learners. They point to the letters and then the pictures. While they are pointing they are saying: A a apple /a/ I teach the letter name and letter sounds at the same time.
I leave the alphabet book as is and print front and back. I staple on the side. You could fold and staple as well. I find it easier to leave 8x11 and staple.
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