Get started building multiple skills with your students all while teaching them beginning sounds. You will be teaching them many skills that include:
and much much more!
Take the steps in this resource to make your anchor charts become a classroom assets not just a chart on a wall. Your students will get hands on with your anchor charts to reinforce learning and be engaged. Watch as your students develop note taking skills and ownership of what they are learning. The embedded choice makes the learning more personal for the students too.
Over the course of the last several years I have tried many different techniques to teach letter sounds to my Tk and kindergarten students. This method has helped my students tremendously. Here you will get more bang for your teaching buck by teaching examples and NONEXAMPLES! Teach more in less time. Plus your students will have a bank of vocabulary words to use over the course of the year! You can turn your anchor chart into a collaborative learning experience.The included pieces of this resource will have you students note taking and working collaboratively with their peers. You can even use this as an assessment for your students. This can be used whole group, small group or collaboratively. Great for ELL Students too.
Here is what you get:
26 Alphabet Picture Cards you can use with the anchor chart. Develop actions to go along with these picture cards for better results
26 Alphabet Graphic Organizers you can use in small group to have your students show you what they know about each letter. Use the anchor chart for support
26 Printable Worksheets- See what your students have learned as they cut, glue, sort, write, label and more.
Directions on how to use the graphic organizer to maximize learning
Directions on how to set up, use and make your anchor charts INTERACTIVE and ENGAGING