Looking for meaningful ways to practice phonemic awareness skills with your students? This set of beginning sounds worksheets and printables are simple, low-prep, and effective.
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Just print and use these beginning sound sorts in your pocket chart. Keep the flashcards handy to pull out to practice when you have an extra few minutes. Use the task cards for small group warm-ups. There are tons of ways to squeeze in extra phonemic awareness practice with beginning sounds.
You can use them for whole group phonological awareness lessons, interventions with small groups, and individual practice at centers. These first sound tools are a perfect way to supplement your phonemic awareness curriculum.
5 resources included:
- 200+ Flashcards
- Beginning Sound Sorting Sets (for pocket charts or anchor charts)
- Beginning Sound Soring Worksheets
- What doesn't belong? Beginning Sound Task Cards
- Find & Mark Beginning Sounds Center
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