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Looking for a fun, hands-on way to practice beginning sounds or alliteration that your students are sure to love? This low prep, high engagement activity is the perfect way for your class to practice identifying, matching, and producing beginning sounds as well as words that begin with the same sound.
To prep this activity, print the beginning sound/alliteration cards out and cut each paper in half down the line. Ball up each half sheet of paper to make “snowballs” and spread the snowballs around the room.
When you give the signal, students will race to grab a snow ball and open it up. From that point on, there are two ways you can have your students play:
•Find a partner – Students must find a partner that has the snowball that begins the same sound as their snowball.
•Produce a letter – Students must produce the letter that makes the sound that they hear at the beginning of the picture on their snowball.
•Produce a word – Students must produce a word that begins with the same sound as the picture on their snowball.
After students have completed the task, they can divide into two groups, throw the snowballs, and continue the learning fun!
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