Contents and Instructions for ‘Matching sounds to letters’ - 106 pages
I needed a set of these cards for a group in my room this year – I wanted a bright and engaging way to learn the sound/letter relationship. These worked a treat.
There are 7 sets - each a different color, one set is black and white– so when it is pack up time they are easily collected up and stored.
Print in color, laminate and cut. Leave a small colored border around each card.
You may use them for buddy work, small groups or as whole grade flash card set. You may even use a set as a display for easy reference when writing or revising sounds.
They can be used to match the lower case letter to the capital letter and then to the picture.
They can be used as a snap game – shuffle the cards, divide between the players and then one at a time place a card in the middle face up. If there is a card that is related to the one already face up – ‘snap’ and the pile is yours. The winner is the one that has the most cards at the end.
Go Fish – shuffle, give out 5 cards each and take it in turns to ask for a card to match one you have in your hand. If the player you ask does not have it – they say ‘go fish’ and you take one from the pile.
Memory – all cards are spread out and placed face down and then take it in turns to turn over 2 that may match, if you get the matching partner – you keep it. You may even find the third one to match.
I have included different versions of the letters – a, b, p, k, v, z. You may wish to remove the ones you do not want. Happy matching!
5 templates for Alphabet Keys/ Students can add their own pictures or words for each letter. There are spaces within the grids to add pictures according to the theme you choose.