Turn a Dollar Store photo album into a phonics literacy center that can be used again and again! Use this activity to foster phonics skills and phonemic awareness
in your little scholars. Simply print, cut, and insert the pictures into a small $1 4x6 photo album (or you can laminate them and put them on a binder ring). Your little scholars can use a dry erase marker to erase their work when they are finished!
I’ve included an “I Can…” card to foster independence! The directions are as easy as 1, 2, 3. First, students say the picture name. Next, they stretch the word out using a slinky (or their hands) as they listen for the digraph. Finally, students write the digraph in the space provided. The best part about this center is that it is self-correcting—students just flip the page to check their work!
-I Can Card
-22 Cards (enough to make 1 complete flipbook!)
This resource aligns with the following Common Core Standard:
RF.1.3a Know the common spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs.
Watch this video to see my Phonics Flipbooks in action!
You might also like my other Phonics Flipbooks resources:
Phonics Flipbooks [Initial Sounds]
Phonics Flipbooks [Ending Sounds]
Phonics Flipbooks [Diphthongs]
Phonics Flipbooks [Initial Consonant Blends]
Phonics Flipbooks [CVC Words]
Phonics Flipbooks [Medial Short Vowels]
Thanks so much for looking!
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