The Science of Reading tells us that when kids learn speech naturally and our job as teachers is to help them match print to speech. A sound wall is a great tool to use to help students to learn to read and write.
Sound walls are an effective way to group words by phonemes (or letter sounds) instead of by the first letter in the word like a traditional word wall.
A sound wall organizes sounds and words in a way that makes sense to kids who are learning to read and write according to SOR. This bundle includes all the printables you need to set up a Vowel Valley and Consonant wall in your classroom.
This set includes many picture phoneme card options for each letter sound and corresponding mouth pictures. There are 2 packs of picture word cards included, too!
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Resources in this bundle:
- Sound Wall Phoneme Cards (shiplap background)
- Portable Sound Wall for Writing Folders
- Sound Wall Posters
- Phoneme Snapshot Cards
- Mouth Articulation Pictures for Sound Wall
- Picture Word Cards
- More Picture Word Cards (by sound)
What's included in this resource:
- More than 90 sound cards (lots of options to choose what works best for your curriculum)
- 6 phoneme group labels (stops, nasals, fricatives, affricates, glides and liquids)
- Labels for the vowels and consonants
- 3 sets of voiced and unvoiced labels
- Mouth Articulation Pictures to go with Sound Cards
- Sound Wall examples
- More than 250 different Picture Word Cards
- Full page options to create writing folders or to be used digitally
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