Magnetic Letter Organizer Templates are the PERFECT way to organize the letters you use for word work or guided reading. You can print them and put them on the whiteboard. Students will put the letters down on top to quickly organize. Be sure to use the thinnest lamination sheets so the magnetic letters hold. If you purchase magnetic boards from Amazon, you can print at 87% and they will fit on the smaller boards.
You can go to bit.ly/magneticletterblog
to see these in use and where to buy everything to create these for your classroom.
**** This file has been updated to include the Target Dollar Spot Magnetic letter size and colors. It has capital letters and lowercase separate along with combo templates for the Target letters. It is impossible to provide all of the combinations of colors (I tried), so I made templates of each color alone, and then gray, black and white so that you can have a clean look with any color magnetic letters you have!!
There are combo letters that you can use when students are working with word families.
You can also print two sets and then cut out one and use velcro for students to manipulate.
Hope you find these helpful!
Included are alphabet letters both in uppercase and lowercase alone
alphabet letters along with a few common doubled letters
th, sh, wh, ck, ch, ph, gh, an, at, ad, ag, ap, am, all, ar, ab, ell, ed, en, eb, eg, et, it, id, ig, im, ip, in, ick, ing, ish, ot, ob, og, op, ock, ut, ug, ub, um, un, ud, uck, ush,
ai, ay, ee, ey, oa, oe, ue, oi, oy, aw, au, eu, ow, ou, oo, ea, ew, ui, ie, ei, igh, eigh, tion, sion, gn, kn, mb
I hope these help you organize and speed up your guided reading time.