Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy

Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
Initial Sounds Games and Activities for Early Literacy
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Looking for a fun way to practice listening for initial sounds in words for phonological awareness skills? This is a CCSS Reading Foundation skill, and often an area of deficit for many students with language disorders.

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☂ There are enough different rainy day umbrellas for 6 players.
The teacher/therapist shuffles the cards, and calls out one at a time.
When a student hears a word that begins with a letter on his/her umbrella (s)he gets a raindrop to put into the umbrella.
You can play until the first player to have a “full” (all letters covered with raindrops) umbrella wins, or until everyone has a full umbrella.

☂ There are then 2 pages of beginning sound raindrops.
☂ Students can complete these beginning sound pages.

☂ There are 18 beginning sound cards students can use to play a Memory-type game. Words with the same beginning sound are a match. You can also make these into a file folder matching activity if you wish.

☂ There are 3 more pages of initial sounds matching.

See my other Early Literacy activities in this bundle
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20 pages
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  • Phonological Awareness skills are critical to reading development. But many of our special needs students are not taught these literacy skills. Are you able to offer sufficient emergent literacy instruction to your special needs/language disordered students? It's difficult to find the time as well a
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