These Final Sound Punchers are great for your literacy centers, your small group instruction or even as an assessment tool to see if your students have mastered the sounds you have taught. Not only do students practice their final/last sounds, but they also get to practice their fine motor skills as well!
Students look at the picture and decide which letter matches the pictures’ final sound. The student will then punch the letters that match that sound using a hole punch. Each picture has 10 correct letters sounds that the student will need to punch.
There are 64 different punch cards that come in both a colored and black & white version. The following final sounds have at least 4 punch cards each (a few have 5): b,d,f,g, k, l, m, n, p, r, s and t. A variety of fonts were used on each punch card to help students to discriminate different ways you may see a letter written.
I’ve used these Final Sound Punchers a couple of different ways.
1.Print out the blackline version, cut out each card and have students complete.
2. Print each page on cardstock and place in a protective sleeve and have your student mark a X for each pictures’ final initial sound using a dry erase marker.
3. Print each page on cardstock, cut out each task card, laminate and place in a center. Students will mark a X for each pictures’ final sound using a wet erase marker. This way you can determine how many you want your students to complete and you can vary which sounds they work on.
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