This product is a must have if you are teaching emergent readers. A little rhyming thrown into this product makes this the perfect activity to teach or review your beginning sounds with them.
Each page of this product include a picture of a window and a picture of an object for your students to name. An accompanying rhyme goes along with the picture and your students will note the letter in the corner of the page, allowing them to name the picture in the window correctly. A picture is included for each letter of the alphabet. This product can be prepped in a few different ways. Simply print on card stock. I choose to laminate them as well. You can either use them flashcard style. Or I choose to use them by binding them into a book with the book binder. I have mine bound alphabetically. They are fun to use as a "go fish" style and have your students pick a card from the pond as well. And I'm certain you can think of many other ways to use them too.
All of the pages come in color or B&W. The B&W make it easier for your to reproduce for your students. I like the color version for my classroom use.
Please remember that your purchase is for a single user in a single classroom. Should you choose to share, a multi-user license is available for purchase. Kindly remember to leave feedback and a rating for this and all purchases as you will earn TPT credits to put towards future purchases.
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