Students will enjoy sorting beginning letter sounds in this fun phonics center activity! Students will use alphabet cards, picture cards, and word cards to sort each letter sound. I like using this center activity in a pocket chart, but it is easily used on a desk or learning tray as well.
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What You Get In This Download:
-26 Capital/Lower Case Alphabet Cards
-26 Alphabet Word Cards
-Letter A Picture Cards: apple, alligator, ant, astronaut
-Letter B Picture Cards: bird, baby, bug, bear
-Letter C Picture Cards: cat, cow, car, candy
-Letter D Picture cards: dog, duck, doll, daisy
-Letter E Picture Cards: elephant, egg, elf, Eskimo
-Letter F Picture Cards: flower, fish, flag, fox
-Letter G Picture Cards: goat, gorilla, girl, glasses
-Letter H Picture Cards: hippo, heart, hamster, holly
-Letter I Picture Cards: igloo, inchworm, ink, iguana
-Letter J Picture Cards: jar, jet, jellyfish, jump
-Letter K Picture Cards: kite, kitten, kangaroo, koala
-Letter L Picture Cards: lion, lamp, lamb, leaf
-Letter M Picture Cards: monkey, mouse, moon, mitt
-Letter N Picture Cards: nest, net, nickel, numbers
-Letter O Picture Cards: ostrich, octopus, on, October
-Letter P Picture Cards: pig, pear, penguin, pencil
-Letter Q Picture Cards: queen, quilt, quarter, quill
-Letter R Picture Cards: rabbit, rooster, rock, rug
-Letter S Picture Cards: sun, snake, seal, spider
-Letter T Picture Cards: turtle, tiger, tree, tennis
-Letter U Picture Cards: umbrella, under, Uncle Sam, upside down
-Letter V Picture Cards: vase, vegetable, vine, volleyball
-Letter W Picture Cards: wagon, walrus, watermelon, window
-Letter X Picture Cards: X-Ray, ax, box, mix
-Letter Y Picture Cards: yarn, yellow, yo-yo, yum
-Letter Z Picture Cards: zebra, zipper, zig-zag, zero
-Print pages on cardstock (if available).
-Laminate & Cut
-Give very young or low-level students only alphabet cards and picture cards. Start with just two letters at a time.
-Give older, or advanced students, alphabet cards, picture cards, and word cards. (As many at a time as they can handle).
-Students must match the correct picture (and word if they are advanced) to the letter.
-This activity can be used in a pocket chart, or on a desk/tray.
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