Alphabet and Phonics Charts

Haley O'Connor
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PreK - 2nd
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17 pages
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  1. **Updated August 2020 to include a Google Slides™ version, images for Seesaw™ and a Microsoft™ version.***How do you begin your guided reading groups? One of my favorite ways to ease into our small group time is to quickly review the phonics sounds we are working on. That's why I created these chart
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***Updated August 2020 to include a Google Slides™ version, images for Seesaw™ and a Microsoft™ version.***

How do you begin your guided reading groups? One of my favorite ways to ease into our small group time is to quickly review the phonics sounds we are working on. That's why I created these charts! I wanted something simple, quick and effective for my students to review during guided reading and to use during their writing time. I have updated this product over and over to make sure it includes all the sounds you need!

These posters come fit to standard printer paper but can easily be blown up at your local print shop or on a poster machine. Each page is included in colors and black/white.

You can find each pattern, sound and corresponding word below.

Alphabet: apple, band-aid, cow, dog, elephant, fish, goat, house, igloo, jelly, key, lips, mouse, nest, octopus, pig, quilt, rainbow, soap, turtle, umbrella, volcano, web, x-ray, yarn, zebra

Short Vowels: cat, jet, fin, box, bus

Long Vowels: date, bee, vine, rose, tissue

Beginning Blends: blimp, cloud, fly, glasses, play, broccoli, crab, drill, frog, graph, pretzel, scale, skunk, slug, snack, spill, star, swan, tractor, twig

Ending Blends: insect, gift, mold, elf, pulp, built, hump, hand, wing, tank, ant, bird, shark, gasp, whisk, vest

Digraphs: chair, duck, gnome, knife, photo, sheep, thorn, whale, wreath

Trigraph: catch

Vowel Teams & Diphthongs: train, sauce, straw, tray, tea, bread, bee, jewel, key, pie, light, goat, shoe, coin, boot, pool, couch, brow, row, boy, glue, fruit

R-Controlled Vowels: barn, flower, shirt, core, fur

Silent E: cake, Pete and Steve, bike, note, cube

Tricky Sounds:

hard c-car

soft c-circle

hard g-gorilla

soft g-giraffe

long e spelled as y-baby

long i spelled as y-sky

Total Pages
17 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.
Distinguish long from short vowel sounds in spoken single-syllable words.

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