Here are four file folder activities for phonological awareness; the Reading Foundation skills in the CCSS; including initial and final sounds in words, counting syllables in words, and rhyming words in word families.
Phonological awareness skills are crucial for developing reading skills, and are worked on by teachers and SLPs. These have been used in general education, as well as special education classes, speech therapy, and with students with autism.
This resource has been revised 4-2017
• There are typewriter key letters for the beginning and ending sounds activities.
• There are 4 picture cards for each initial sound.
• There are 4 picture cards for each ending sound.
• There are 20 word family cards with 3 picture cards for each.
• There are cue cards for 1, 2, 3, and 4 syllable counts, and
• There are 12 picture cards each for 1, 2, and 3 syllables and 10 pictures cards for 4 syllable words.
• There is a bright label for the front of each file folder. You will need more than 1 folder for the initial and ending sounds activities, so copy those multiple times.
Use these for independent practice, for 1:1 instruction, or for assessing.
This resource can be found bundled with more early literacy activities HERE
or try Fun Counting Syllables