Looking for a way to incorporate a sound wall but you're short on space? This personal sound wall with real photos works great in a writing folder, file folder, or use the PowerPoint files digitally. Save space and create a sound wall organized by phonemes on a file folder with this resource!
This has the sound and phoneme labels you need to make the switch from word wall to sound wall and will save you wall space. Sound walls are a great way to group letter sounds by phonemes and organize sounds and words in a way that makes sense. Use these templates to create a portable sound wall or writing folder for your students.
Included in this resource:
- 3 Vowel sound wall page options ( with 3 mouth pictures for the vowel sounds (smile, open, round)
- 2 Consonant sound wall page options (6 phoneme group labels (stops, nasals, fricatives, affricates, glides, and liquids)
- PowerPoint Slides so you can add words to your sound wall.
- 4 Folder cover options
Created by © Amy Murray – Teaching Exceptional Kinders