What is this pack all about?
This cherry-themed center will help your students learn all about words with C, S, Z in Spanish. It is a differentiated center so it works for both early primary bilingual students and late primary bilingual students.
Please note that the pictures on the cards all go with the theme (cherries) and they do not go along with the word.
What is included in this pack?
• All the pieces you need for an independent phonics center (in color and black-n-white):
o Student-friendly instructions page
o Grouping cards for each letter that makes the /s/ sound (ce, ci, s, z)
o 24 cards with full words (great for kinder and 1st grade)
o 24 cards with the letters C S Z missing (great for 2nd and 3rd graders)
o Accountability page (recording sheet)
• 5 practice pages to continue learning either through morning work, center work, or homework.
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