Phonics Word Work Sorts Interactive Notebook

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  1. This includes phonics sorts in two formats: pocket chart cards and interactive notebook pages. Great for whole-group instruction as well as independent work during centers.Includes 115 phonics sorts to meet all of your students' levels!⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I loved that it was not just a picture but gave some lett
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This is a bundle of picture word sorts, perfect for phonics and word work!

**NO PREP** Simply copy the sorting page you want to use, place in your word work center, and students cut and glue into notebooks. So easy to change this center from week to week! **Differentiate by assigning different numbers of categories (columns)

⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Easy prep word work centers for first grade. I love that there is different options for different phonics skills. This allows for differentiation. The kiddos are engaged and know exactly what to do when they complete these sorts in stations.” -Veronica B.

Includes 115 phonics sorts to meet all of your students' levels!

JUST ADDED: GLUED SOUNDS + CK/K sort

(Parentheses shows number of sorts in each category):

ANSWER KEYS included

⭐Thumbs up/ down beginning letter sounds (26)

⭐Beginning Vowel Sound: Short vs Long (5)

⭐"Tricky" Sounds: letters kids often confuse (17)

a/e, e/i, a/e/i, a/o, a/u, b/d, c/g, f/v, g/j, m/n, b/p, w/y, d/t, s/z, p/v

⭐Beginning Vowel Sound: Short vs Long (5)

⭐Short vs Long oo sound (1)

⭐Short vowel vs Magic/ Silent E (4)

⭐Short Vowel Word Families (5, 2 versions each- with or without beginning sound)

-ab, -ad, -ap, -at

-ed, -en, -ell, -et

-ig, -in, ip, -ix

-og, -op, -ot, -ox

-ub, -ug, -un, -ut

⭐Long Vowel Teams (17)

a-e, ay

a-e, ai, ay

a-e, ai, ay, eigh

ee, ea

ee, ea, -y

ee, ea, ie, -y

ee, ea, ie, ey, -y

i-e, igh

i-e, igh, -y

i-e, ie, igh, -y

oa, ow

oa, ow, o-e

oa, ow, o-e, oe

u-e, ue

u-e, ue, ew

u-e, ue, ew, oo

u-e, ue, ew, oo

⭐Long Vowel Word Families (4)

-ake, -ame, -ape, -ate

-eel, -eep, -eat

-ide, -ike, -ice

-oke, -one, -ow

⭐Beginning Blends (7)

bl, cl, fl

gl, pl, sl

br, cr, dr, fr

gr, pr, tr

spr, scr, str

sc, sl, sm, sn

sk, sp, st, sw

⭐Beginning Digraphs (2)

ch, sh, th, wh

ph, gn, wr

⭐Middle Digraphs (1)

ch/tch, sh, ph, th

⭐Ending Digraphs (2)

ch, sh, th, ck

ck/k

⭐Glued Sounds (5)

all, am, an

ank, ink

ing, ang

ng, nk

ong, ung

⭐R-Controlled Vowels (7)

ar/ or

or/ ore

ir/er

er/ ur

ar/ or/ er

ar/ ir/ ur

ar/ or/ ir/ er/ ur

⭐Sounds of Y (2)

y in cry, y in baby

long i, long e, consonant y

⭐NEW: Diphthongs (5)

aw/au

oi/oy

ow/ou

ow in cow/ ow in snow

oo in book/ oo in spoon

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.
Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single-syllable spoken words.
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

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