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Students look at the pictures, identify the beginning sounds and write them down. After finding all the beginning sounds, they have made a sight word!
Your students will practice multiple skills at once: letter recognition, letter-sound correspondence, beginning sounds, and sight word fluency! All while practicing fine motor skills.
Students will use letter stamps to find the first sound of each square. No stamps? No problem! Simply laminate or stick in a clear sleeve and use dry erase markers instead of stamps. . You can also use letter tiles, magnets, bottle caps-anything that will fit!
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