Beginning sound practice that uses letter names. Learner’s smack to match beginning sound so they develop fluency! The order follows Fundations Edition 1 but can be used with any program.
Easy lesson plan and directions makes it simple for volunteers to practice.
This product helps you individualize instruction. Can be RTI, small group, or centers.
9 Games (colored or black & white)
18 different card matches
Answer for pictures
Lesson Plan with common core standards
Playing games isn't a waste of class time - it's an intelligent and purposeful use of time.
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