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Consonant Cut and Paste Picture Sorts - Phonics / Phonemic Awareness Worksheets

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Perfect for word work/ literacy centers or morning work! Great Phonemic Awareness practice!

Students cut out the pictures, sort and paste them on each side under the correct heading.

This book of 27 cut and paste activities compares consonant sounds in a sequence that has been designed following the suggestion of introduction found in Words Their Way (2011).

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m, s, r, b …………………... pages 1-6
n, p, t, g ….……………….. pages 7-12
c, h, f, d …………………… pages 13-18
l, k, j, w …………..………… pages 19-24
y, v, z ………..………….... pages 25-27

Most pictures contain short vowels, however, each column has one long vowel picture (not including the exemplar at the top), with the exception of the “Z” pictures, which are difficult to find. I did this in order to build in an additional teaching point. Teachers can instruct students to “Circle the picture that contains a long vowel in each column” while pointing out that all others are short vowels. I have indicated the pages that have this feature by circling the page number at the bottom.

If you are interested in the whole Cut and Paste collection, you can purchase it here:

Ultimate Cut and Paste Pictue Sort Collection

It is vital that students are trained to listen for the difference between long and short vowels, as it is the difference between being at the first level of spelling, Letter-Name, or being at the second level of spelling, Within-Word. Students who are automatic at listening for the difference between long and short vowels, will more easily make the transition from listening and feeling for the sounds to looking for the patterns.

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Many of my products are designed to develop a child’s fluency in Phonological and Phonemic Awareness. I use pictures so that the child can listen to his/her own voice and feel for the sounds themselves. It is important with all picture sorting activities for the teacher to introduce the pictures in advance. This will encourage students’ independent success and minimize teacher interruptions.

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