This bundle consists of 4 sets of Picture Sorting Centers:
Beginning Consonant Picture Sorting CentersBlends and Digraphs Picture Sorting CentersShort Vowel Picture Sorting CentersLong vs. Short Vowel Picture Sorting Centers
That is a total of 72 Picture Sorts!!! Why do you need all of these picture sorts?
First, they make awesome centers! Students need to be fluent in hearing and feeling for sounds. Using these, you will help students become fluent in reading.
Next, they are a perfect research based intervention for RTI. Simply look at a student's writing and notice what spelling feature they are confusing and give them the matching picture sort as an intervention activity.
Each sort comes with 2 sides, one has the picture and the other side is labeled with the title of the sort so it can be put in the correct place if it gets lost.
Picture sorts are a valuable tool in teaching beginning reading. Students are actively engaged in manipulating pictures during which, they are thinking about sounds and feeling for them in their mouths. The more students become fluent in identifying how and where the sound is made in their mouth, the more fluent their knowledge of letters and sounds becomes. The sequence of these picture sorts follow the suggestions from Words Their Way.
Picture sorts are not only a great way to introduce and practice sounds, but they also can be an important intervention in which teachers can target student’s specific letter or sound weaknesses.
Picture sorts are a research based intervention and can be a great addition to your Response to Intervention program.
Also included are pictures to show you how you can organize your picture sorts.
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