Each letter contains 3 activities in this order:
1. A page sized outline of the letter with initial sound pictures surrounding it. I have used this page as an independent center where students sticky tape the letter and color the pictures around it or as homework.
2. The second page of each letter is a page of word puzzles. Students can color the pictures and cut along the dotted lines and practice putting the puzzles together in order. I have used word puzzles in a guided reading center as a phonics warm-up.
3. The third page is intended as a formative assessment or as homework. Students must color ONLY the pictures whose first sound is the same as the focus letter. They must leave the “trick” pictures uncolored. For example: If the focus letter is “A”, students would not color the picture of the “mariposa”.