Who doesn't love ice cream? Use these engaging matching and sorting activities to teach the P,B,M,T,D,N sounds at the start of words and to teach initial sound identification, discrimination and upper case/lower case letters. These are souds that not only sound alike but also look alike.
You will receive:
P words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
B words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
M words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
T words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
D words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
N words 9 pairs of scoop to cone matching,
2 pages: black and white cones and scoops,
2 pages: color cones and scoops to individualize to your needs,
Upper case to lower case pbmtdn letters match,
PBMNTD sound letter identification using minimal pairs,
Tips for parents/teachers on teaching the pbm lipsmacking sounds,
Tips for parent/teachers on teaching the t,d,n tongue tippers!
2 pages of black and white homework activities,
2 pages of data collection and progress monitoring sheets,
2 pages of black and white p,b,m,n, t,d words for home practice and progress monitoirng,
5 pages of cones sorting mats with 1,2,3,4 and 6 cones color,
5 pages of cones sorting mats with 1,2,3,4 and 6 cones, black and white,
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ESL, Special Education teachers, Early Interventionists,4K and kindergarten teachers: as you know, the p,b,m,t,d,n are commonly confused sounds for students that are struggling to learn sound letter correspondence. Doing a unit, activity, teaching sequence or center on lipsmackers or tongue tippers can help your students learn how to discriminate between these similarly produced sounds and learn to see and hear the differences! This activity is nice for summer school, summer therapy, a foods unit or to send home for students to work on over the summer!
Copyright 2014: Revised 8/2015