This is a comprehensive NO PREP unit that addresses phonemic awareness targeting all 26 letters of the alphabet plus the digraphs - ch, sh, and th. It includes thirty-five slides of fun, colorful, and engaging content that will allow students to demonstrate their ability to identify the letter names and sounds of the alphabet. There is an abundance of language embedded in this unit as it introduces new vocabulary, following simple directions, auditory comprehension, and expressive language. This unit displays nicely on interactive media for whole group instruction or tablets and speech teletherapy platforms for small group instruction. Please note that It is a full-color lesson and is intended for use on digital platforms. When displaying on your interactive whiteboards, allow students to approach the board and circle the correct answers.
This lesson includes:
* A total of 35 slides, all twenty-six letters of the alphabet are represented to allow students to practice identifying the letter names and corresponding sounds.
* There are over 85 full-color pictures for students to demonstrate their understanding by identifying the words with the same beginning sound as the target. This is a great vocabulary review while having fun teaching phonemic awareness!
* The digraphs - ch, sh, and th are also included in this lesson.
If you like this unit, please take a look at my "Beginning and Ending Sounds", "Same or Different", "More or Less", "Rhyme Time", and "Can You Describe That" lessons which are all great accompaniments to continue teaching important foundation skills.
Beginning and Ending Sounds
Same or Different
More or Less
Under the Sea Rhyme Time
Can You DESCRIBE That?
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