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Phonics 2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007) K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics Objective The student will match initial sounds to letters. Materials Scrambled letter boards (Activity Master P.027.AM1a - P.027.AM1c) Magnetic letters Tray Tub of "A-Z" objects Dry-erase marker boards or paper Dry-erase markers or washable markers Activity Students match the initial sounds of objects to letters. 1. Place the scrambled letter boards, tray of magnetic letters, and tub of objects on a flat surface. 2. The student chooses an object from the tub. 3. Places the object on the corresponding letter (e.g., turtle, /t/). 4. Continues until all the objects are matched with a letter. 5. Practices writing the letters on the marker board. 6. Self-check Letter-Sound Correspondence Object Letter-Sound Matching P.027 Extensions and Adaptations Label each object. Use final and medial sounds.

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Phonics

2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsScrambled letter boards (Activity Master P.027.AM1a - P.027.AM1c) Magnetic lettersTray Tub of "A-Z" objectsDry-erase marker boards or paperDry-erase markers or washable markers

ActivityStudents match the initial sounds of objects to letters. 1. Place the scrambled letter boards, tray of magnetic letters, and tub of objects on a flat surface. 2. The student chooses an object from the tub.3. Places the object on the corresponding letter (e.g., turtle, /t/). 4. Continues until all the objects are matched with a letter. 5. Practices writing the letters on the marker board.6. Self-check

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceObject Letter-Sound Matching

P.027

Extensions and AdaptationsLabel each object. Use final and medial sounds.

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P.027.AM1aObject Letter-Sound Matching

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

Object Letter-Sound MatchingP.027.AM1b

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P.027.AM1cObject Letter-Sound Matching

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsTwo egg cartons with two extra cups taped to one of the egg cartons (or Activity Master P.028.AM1a - P.028.AM1c)Attach egg cartons to make 26 egg cups in all.Permanent markersLabel the bottom of each egg cup from "a-z."Small "a-z" objectsBagPlace objects in bag.PaperCrayons

ActivityStudents match initial sounds of objects to letters in egg cartons.1. Place the egg cartons and bag of objects on a flat surface.2. Taking turns, students draw an object from a small bag and identify the initial sound of the object.3. Match the initial sound of the object to the letter in the egg carton cup and place the object on the letter.4. Illustrate object and label with the initial sound.5. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceAlpha Eggs

P.028

Extensions and AdaptationsMatch final or medial sounds.

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P.028.AM1aAlpha Eggs

tape or glue

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Alpha EggsP.028.AM1b

tape or glue

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P.028.AM1cAlpha Eggs

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will identify initial sounds of letters.

MaterialsTen target sound objects Non-target sound objects BasketPlace all objects in the basket.Engine and caboose (Activity Master P.029.AM1)Train cars (Activity Master P.029.AM2)Copy five times.Sound letters (Activity Master P.016.AM1).Cut letters apart.Choose a target sound for the train engine.Construction paper Use as the platform. PaperCrayons or markers

ActivityStudents match initial sound objects to a target letter on the train.1. Place the engine, cars, caboose, and basket of objects on a flat surface. Place the target sound on the train engine.2. Taking turns, the students choose objects from the basket, say the initial sound (e.g., /t/ /t/ /t/) and say the target sound. 3. Place each object that begins with the target sound on a car.4. Place objects that do not begin with the target sound on the platform. 5. Practice writing the target letter while saying the target sound. 6. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.029Letter-Sound Train

Extensions and AdaptationsUse blends for target sounds. Use final sounds and medial sounds.

platform

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P.029.AM1Letter-Sound Train

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P.029.AM2 Letter-Sound Train

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ObjectiveThe student will order letters and match to initial sounds.

MaterialsTactile letters (Activity Master P.030.AM1a - P.030.AM1m)Use sandpaper, bubble wrap, corrugated cardboard, salt, rice, or textured fabric to make tactile letters.Picture cards (Activity Master P.030.AM2a - P.030.AM2d)

ActivityStudents place tactile letters in alphabetical order and match the intial sound of each picture to the corresponding letter.1. Place tactile letters and picture cards in random order on a flat surface.2. The student traces the letters with his "lead fingers." 3. Puts the letters in alphabetical order.4. Matches the initial sound of the picture card to the correct letter. 5. Self-check

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.030Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

Extensions and AdaptationsWrite the letters of the alphabet in order.Draw a picture that begins with each letter-sound.Match final and medial sounds

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P.030.AM1a Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1bSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1c Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1dSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1e Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1fSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1g Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1hSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1i Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1jSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1k Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1lSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM1m Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

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P.030.AM2aSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

alligator, banana, carrot, dog, elephant, feather, goat, hammer

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P.030.AM2b Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

inch, jam, kite, ladder, mirror, necklace, octopus, pillow

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P.030.AM2cSandpaper Letters and Picture Match

quarter, rabbit, sandwich, triangle, unicorn, volcano, watch, xylophone

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P.030.AM2d Sandpaper Letters and Picture Match

yarn, zebra

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007) K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match medial sounds to letters.

MaterialsUpper and lowercase letter stamps Stamp padAlphabet picture cards (Activity Master P.031.AM1a - P.031.AM1b) Blank mini-books Markers

ActivityStudents make medial sound letter books using letter stamps.1. Place letter stamps, stamp pad, and picture cards on a flat surface. 2. The student selects a picture card. 3. Draws the picture in the mini-book.4. Stamps the letter that corresponds with the medial sound of the picture.5. Selects another picture card and continues the activity.6. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.031Letter Stamp Mini-Books

Extensions and AdaptationsWrite mini-book stories.Make picture dictionaries.Make initial and final sound mini-books.

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cat, dog, pig, wig, dot, tub

P.031.AM1a Letter Stamp Mini-Books

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bat, bug, net, jet, map, bed

P.031.AM1bLetter Stamp Mini-Books

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsStudent photographsWrite the name of the student on the back of the photograph.Clothesline chart or pocket chartStaple string in parallel lines on poster board. ClothespinsAlphabet cards (Activity Master P.022.AM1a - P.022.AM1e)

ActivityStudents match the initial sounds in names to student photographs. 1. Place student photographs, alphabet cards, and clothespins on a flat surface. Place clothesline chart on board or chart stand.2. Working in pairs, the students use the clothespins to clip the alphabet cards on the clothesline chart in alphabetical order leaving space between each letter. 3. Select a photograph, state the name, and say the initial sound of the name.4. Clip photograph on the chart beside the letter that corresponds to the initial sound.5. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.032Photo Chart

Extensions and AdaptationsMatch photograph cards and final sounds.Match letters with picture cards (Activity Master P.032.AM1a - P.032.AM1c).

Kevin's name is written on the back of the photograph.

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P.032.AM1aPhoto Chart

apple, ball, camera, dinosaur, egg, fan, gorilla, hug, igloo

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

P.032.AM1b Photo Chart

jug, kangaroo, lion, monkey, nose, ostrich, popcorn, queen, robot

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P.032.AM1cPhoto Chart

snail, tiger, umbrella, vacuum, wheel, x-ray, yak, zipper

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Extensions and Adaptations Create place mats using pictures that match the final sound in name. Write the word under each picture.

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

Materials12" x 18" construction paperLaminate the finished product for place mats. Letter stamps and stamp padsPrint resources (e.g., newspapers, magazines, or picture cards)Scissors If using newspapers or magazinesGlue

ActivityStudents select and glue pictures beginning with the initial sound of their first names to create place mats.1. Place print resources on a flat surface. Provide each student with letter stamps, stamp pad, and construction paper.2. The student stamps his name on the construction paper.3. Selects and cuts pictures that match the initial sound in the student’s name.4. Glues pictures on the construction paper.5. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.033Letter-Sound Place Mats

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007) K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will identify initial sounds of letters.

Materials12" by 18" construction paper Die-cut lettersGlue each letter of the alphabet on one piece of construction paper. Markers and/or crayonsBinderCreate a Big Book using 28 pieces of 12" by 18" construction paper–one for the cover, one for the backing, and one for each letter that the students illustrate.

ActivityStudents illustrate target sound pictures in a class Big Book.1. Assign a letter to each student. Place paper and markers on a flat surface.2. The student illustrates a picture that begins with the sound of the target letter.3. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.034Letter-Sound Big Book

Extensions and Adaptations Write the name of the illustrated object. Illustrate and add pages for variant correspondences such as /ar/. Use final sounds.

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsEnvironmental print cards Use two matching pictures of each print media (e.g., labels, signs, logos, and brand names).

ActivityStudents play a memory game matching and sorting environmental print cards by initial sounds.1. Place environmental print cards face down on the table.2. Taking turns, the students turn over two cards from the rows.3. Student one names the cards, says the initial sound, and checks for a match.4. If a match is made, student one keeps the pair and takes another turn. 5. If a match is not made, student one returns the cards to their original positions and student two takes a turn.6. When the game is finished the students sort the cards by initial sounds.7. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.035Words Around Us Memory Game

Extensions and Adaptations Match cards by final sound. Match cards by number of syllables.

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007) K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

Materials26 small brown paper bags Label the bags "a-z."MagazinesScissors

ActivityStudents sort pictures by initial sounds into bags labeled with the letters of the alphabet ("a-z").1. Place paper bags on the floor in alphabetical order.2. The student cuts pictures from magazines.3. Using initial sounds sorts the pictures into the bags labeled "a-z." 4. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.036Brown Bag It

Extensions and Adaptations During a whole group activity check the pictures in the bags for initial sound matches. Use pictures to make a class alphabet book. Sort pictures by final or medial sounds.

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match final sounds to letters.

MaterialsTarget sound objectsNon-target sound objects Drawstring bagPlace all objects in the bag.T-chart student sheet (Activity Master P.037.SS)Label with the target sound.Pencil

ActivityStudents sort, illustrate, and write the final sounds of objects. 1. Place the T-chart and the bag of objects on a flat surface.2. The student reaches into a bag of objects and removes one object.3. Under the correct heading on the T-chart the student illustrates the object and writes the final sound.4. Continues activity until all the objects are identified.5. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.037Letter Bag

Extensions and Adaptations Identify initial or medial sounds. Write the word beside the illustration.

r

r

r

n

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P.037.SSLetter Bag

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2005 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007)K-1 Student Center Activities: Phonics

ObjectiveThe student will match final sounds to letters.

MaterialsColored chalk12" x 18" black construction paperFinal sound picture cards (Activity Master P.038.AM1a - P.038.AM1b) BasketPlace cards in the basket.

ActivityStudents identify and write the final sounds of pictures on black construction paper.1. Place basket of picture cards on a flat surface.2. Working in pairs, student one folds the black paper in half (hamburger fold).3. Student two draws a chalk line down the middle of the paper.4. Student one takes a picture card from the basket, identifies the final sound of the picture, and writes the uppercase letter on the left side of the paper. 5. Student two writes the matching lowercase letter on the right side of the paper.6. Reverse roles and repeat the activity until all the cards are used.7. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.038Chalktalk

Extensions and Adaptations Identify letter cards. Identify picture cards by initial or medial sound.

SN

sn

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P.038.AM1aChalktalk

moon, glass, jogger, elephant, tub, bee

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P.038.AM1b Chalktalk

flag, girl, rock, mop, cat, box

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ObjectiveThe students will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsClipboardPencilPaperLabels on classroom objects

ActivityStudents illustrate and list words in the classroom environment that begin with a target letter.1. Provide the student with a clipboard, paper, and pencil. 2. The student walks around the room and finds labeled items that begin with a target letter.3. Lists and illustrates words in the classroom that begin with the target letter.4. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.039Write the Room

Extensions and Adaptations Find items that end with target letters. Find items that relate to a specific theme (e.g., stars, solar system, sun).

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Extensions and Adaptations See Part II on the following page.

ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

Part IMaterials

Video boxes or construction paper pocketsIf using construction paper, hamburger fold and tape two sides closed. Paper Cut to fit the video box cover. Hamburger fold the paper.BasketPut paper in basket.Picture dictionariesMarkers

ActivityStudents make individual letter boxes and match initial sound pictures.1. Place the basket of paper and letter boxes at the student center. 2. The student takes a letter box paper and writes his name on the fold line.3. Writes the initial letter of first name on one side of the folded paper. 4. Draws pictures that match the initial sound in name on the other side of the paper (use the picture dictionaries).5. Slips the paper under the plastic cover.6. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.040Letter Boxes

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Extensions and Adaptations Draw pictures matching initial sound target words. Sort the pictures into categories (e.g., people, places, or things).

Part IIMaterials

Letter boxes Initial sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22)Choose cards matching initial sounds of students' names and duplicate.TrayPut picture cards on the tray. Paper Cut into rectangles.BasketPut paper in the basket.Picture dictionariesMarkers

ActivityStudents select and make picture cards for their letter boxes.1. Place the tray of picture cards, basket of paper, letter boxes, and dictionaries at the center.2. The student selects picture cards that begin with the same sound as the initial letter in his first name. 3. Labels each picture card with the initial sound letter.4. Puts the picture cards in the letter box.5. Uses dictionaries to find more initial sound matches, illustrates the pictures, writes the initial sound letter, and places in the letter box. 6. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.040Letter Boxes

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ObjectiveThe student will match final sounds to letters.

MaterialsFile foldersLetter/letter combination cards (Activity Master P.082.AM1a - P.082.AM1q)Choose target letters.Tape or glue target cards across the top of the file folders.Final sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-F.1 - P.LSC-F.16)Choose target picture cards.Write corresponding target letters on back of picture cards.

ActivityStudents match final sound picture cards to letters on a file folder.1. Place the open file folder flat on the table. Stack the corresponding picture cards face up next to the file folder.2. The student sorts the picture cards according to the final sounds and places them underneath the corresponding letters on the folder.3. Continues until all cards are sorted. Turn cards over to check and re-sort, if needed.4. Self-check

Extensions and Adaptations Use initial or medial sounds (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22 and P.LSC-M.1 - P.LSC-M.13).

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.041Letter-Sound Folder Sort

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ObjectiveThe student will match medial sounds to letters.

MaterialsLetter/letter combination cards (Activity Master P.082.AM1a - P.082.AM1q)Choose target letter cards.Medial sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-M.1 - P.LSC-M.13)Choose target picture cards.Clothes hangerString, yarn, or clear fishing lineHole punch

ActivityStudents match and tie sound cards to the corresponding letter cards to make a mobile.1. Place clothes hanger, string, and hole punch on a flat surface. Scatter all the cards next to them.2. The student ties the letters or letter combinations across the clothes hanger.3. Sorts the picture cards by medial sounds, punches holes at the top and bottom of each card, and ties each under the corresponding letter.4. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound Correspondence P.042Letter-Sound Mobile

Extensions and Adaptations Make using initial and final sounds (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22 and P.LSC-F.1 - P.LSC-F.16).

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ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

Materials Domino picture/letter cards (Activity Master P.043.AM1a - P.043.AM1e)

ActivityStudents play dominoes by matching initial sound pictures to letters.1. Picture cards are scattered face up on a flat surface.2. Taking turns, student one selects a domino and names the picture. 3. Student two finds a domino with an initial sound match and connects it to the picture portion of the original domino.4. Continue until all dominoes have been connected.5. Peer evaluation

P.043 Letter-Sound CorrespondenceLetter-Sound Dominoes

Extensions and Adaptations Make dominoes with final sounds. Make dominoes with upper and lowercase letters.

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P.043.AM1aLetter-Sound Dominoes

lamp, skunk, zebra, pencil, kiss, octopus

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P.043.AM1b Letter-Sound Dominoes

yak, wink, inch, x-ray, brush, hammer

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P.043.AM1cLetter-Sound Dominoes

ant, tent, violin, robot, grapes, monkey

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P.043.AM1d Letter-Sound Dominoes

cat, egg, nine, quilt, dog, jacks

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P.043.AM1eLetter-Sound Dominoes

umbrella, fish

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ObjectiveThe student will match initial sounds to letters.

MaterialsBingo cards (Activity Master P.044.AM1)Write target sound spellings on cards.Initial sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22)Counters

ActivityStudents play an initial sound bingo game.1. Provide a bingo card and counters for each student. Stack the picture cards in the middle of the table.2. Taking turns, students draw a card and name the picture. If a student has a square with the initial sound of the picture, a counter is placed on that square.3. The game is finished when one card is complete with counters and the student says "Bingo!"4. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.044Letter-Sound Bingo

Extensions and Adaptations Use final or medial sounds.

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P.044.AM1Letter-Sound Bingo

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ObjectiveThe student will match initial or final sounds to letters.

MaterialsSound position cards (Activity Master P.045.AM1)Letter cards (Activity Master P.022.AM1a - P.022.AM1i)Choose target letters.Initial and final sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22 and P.LSC-F.1 - P.LSC-F.16)Choose cards that match the target letters.

ActivityStudents determine the position of the target sound and place picture cards in the corresponding column.1. Place the target letter card and sound position cards on a flat surface. Stack target picture cards.2. Working in pairs, students select a picture card and determine if the target sound is at the beginning or end of the word.3. Place the card in the corresponding column, either under "initial sound" (engine) or "final sound" (caboose). 4. Continue until all cards in the stack have been used.5. Peer evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.045Where's That Sound?

Extensions and Adaptations Use medial sounds (Activity Master P.LSC-M.1 - P.LSC-M.13).

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P.045.AM1Where's That Sound?

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Extensions and AdaptationsWrite letters in the blank space (Activity Master P.046.SS).

Cut the word strips apart and staple to make a sound book.

ObjectiveThe student will match initial and final sounds to letters.

MaterialsConsonant card student sheet (Activity Master P.046.SS)Picture cards (Activity Master P.046.AM1) ScissorsGlue

ActivityStudents match and glue pictures with corresponding letters on student sheets. 1. Provide the student with a student sheet and picture card Activity Master.2. The student cuts the picture cards apart, reviews the consonant sounds, and matches each picture with the correct beginning and ending letter.3. Glues the picture in the empty box on the consonant card strip.4. Teacher evaluation

Letter-Sound CorrespondenceP.046Picture Letter-Sound Match

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P.046.SSPicture Letter-Sound Match

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Picture Letter-Sound MatchP.046.AM1

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Extensions and Adaptations Include medial sounds in the clues. For example, "The middle sound in this word is /a/." Include rhymes in the clues. For example, "This word rhymes with bat."

ObjectiveThe student will match initial and final sounds to letters.

MaterialsInitial and final sound picture cards (Activity Master P.LSC-I.1 - P.LSC-I.22 and P.LSC-F.1 - P.LSC-F.16) Yarn Cut into 36 inch lengths.Hole punch

ActivityStudents identify words on picture belts using letter and sound clues.1. Place picture cards, yarn, and hole punch on a flat surface.2. The students hole punch and "thread" four or more picture cards with yarn to make belts. Tie the belts around their waistlines (with the pictures on their backs facing outward).3. Taking turns, the students provide clues until each student is able to guess the names of the pictures on his partner's belt. Clues should include the name of the beginning and ending letters. For example, "This picture begins with /d/ and ends with /t/."4. Reverse roles and continue activity.5. Peer evaluation

P.047Letter-Sound CorrespondenceGuessing Belts

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P.LSC-I.1 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

ant, apple, alligator, ax, ape, apron

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P.LSC-I.2Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

acorn, alien, beach, banana, backpack, camel

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P.LSC-I.3 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

cane, candle, carrot, doughnut, dragon, deer

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P.LSC-I.4Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

door, egg, elf, elbow, envelope, equal

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P.LSC-I.5 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

eagle, easel, eat, four, finger, feather

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P.LSC-I.6Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

fire, grapes, guitar, gold, glue, heart

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P.LSC-I.7 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

hippopotamus, horse, hammer, inch, igloo, ice

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P.LSC-I.8Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

iron, jump, juice, jacket, jacks, kangaroo

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P.LSC-I.9 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

key, kick, kite, ladder, lamp, lion

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P.LSC-I.10Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

leash, mailbox, map, match, mirror, nail

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P.LSC-I.11 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

necklace, needle, nurse, octopus, ox, olive

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P.LSC-I.12Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

ostrich, open, oatmeal, pretzel, pillow, pear

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P.LSC-I.13 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

piano, quill, queen, question, quarter, rabbit

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P.LSC-I.14Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

read, rainbow, ruler, sandwich, saw, seven

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P.LSC-I.15 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

snake, timer, ten, tire, triangle, umbrella

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P.LSC-I.16Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

umpire, unicorn, unicycle, valentine, vacuum, vest

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P.LSC-I.17 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

volcano, wagon, wallet, watch, window, yarn

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P.LSC-I.18Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

yawn, yo-yo, yak, zebra, zero, zipper

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P.LSC-I.19 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

zoo, arm, armadillo, whale, wheelchair, whistle

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P.LSC-I.20Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

whip, shark, shell, ship, shoe, thermometer

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P.LSC-I.21 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

thimble, thorn, thirty, check, chin, cheese

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P.LSC-I.22Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Initial

chimney, owl, ouch

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Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

map, cat, can, rat, rain, gate

P.LSC-M.1

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P.LSC-M.2Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

cake, rake, cane, nail, bell, bed

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P.LSC-M.3 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

net, men, pen, vet, teeth, wheel

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P.LSC-M.4

feet, cheese, jeep, sheep, lip, dish

Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

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P.LSC-M.5

fish, kiss, bib, pig, nine, five

Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

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P.LSC-M.6Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

hive, mice, doll, dog, hot, sock

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P.LSC-M.7 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

boat, bone, roach, sun, duck, rug

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P.LSC-M.8Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

tub, cube, mule, farm, card, cart

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P.LSC-M.9 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

barn, fern, bird, shirt, dirt, girl

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P.LSC-M.10Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

surf, nurse, purse, third, mouse, shower

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P.LSC-M.11 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

mouth, couch, house, walk, chalk, yawn

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P.LSC-M.12Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

shawl, moon, pool, moose, boot, book

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P.LSC-M.13 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Medial

cook, foot, hook, coin, boil

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tub, crab, crib, bulb, rock, milk

P.LSC-F.1Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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steak, lock, bed, card, bird, cloud

P.LSC-F.2 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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cookie, pea, tea, penny, wolf, elf

P.LSC-F.3Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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leaf, scarf, bug, bag, frog, log

P.LSC-F.4 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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book, cake, stick, school, shovel, seal

P.LSC-F.5Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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bowl, arm, team, drum, broom, seven

P.LSC-F.6 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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button, corn, moon, piano, zero, volcano

P.LSC-F.7Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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potato, ship, sleep, stop, soap, bus

P.LSC-F.8 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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gas, kiss, octopus, carrot, boat, bat

P.LSC-F.9Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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feet, five, sleeve, stove, cave, ox

P.LSC-F.10 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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ax, six, box, car, star, jar

P.LSC-F.11Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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shower, river, stir, brush, dish, fish

P.LSC-F.12 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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trash, tooth, bath, watch, sandwich, inch

P.LSC-F.13Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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couch, king, swing, ring, gong, cow

P.LSC-F.14 Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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plow, draw, claw, jaw, straw, paw

P.LSC-F.15Letter-Sound Correspondence Cards – Final

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zoo, kangaroo, shampoo, igloo, boy, toy

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