These are rectangular letter sound identification cards. Laminate and cut out each card (letters and pictures stay connected). Students will love using whiteboard markers to circle the pictures that start with each letter sound. For each card, there are either two or three correct answers (two or three pictures that start with that letter sound). It would be your students’ job to correctly identify and circle the two or three pictures that start with that particular letter sound. For example, if a student has the Cc card, they would circle the picture of the cake and the cat since they both start with the /c/ sound.
These cards are perfect for small group instruction, assessing, and center work. I love giving each student in my small group a random card (not in alphabetical order). Students work to identify the letter, its sound, and then the pictures that begin with that sound. I also included answer keys on the even-numbered pages. If you want to print these pages double-sided, students can self-correct their own work. If not, just print the odd-numbered pages. I made the answer circles extra thin so that students cannot see it through the paper...sneaky, sneaky!