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Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Sight Word: The


Mix/Fix and write: The
Letter Rainbow

Sight Word: and


Mix/Fix and write:
The/and
Play the game OH
NO! (Letter
Recognition)

Sight Word: the, and


Whats missing?
And/the
Practice writing name

Sight Word: The


Mix/Fix and write: The
Letter strip: find, mark,
and say

Sight Word: The


Mix/Fix and write: The
Letter Sort

Book/Reading
Activity:

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

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Rhyming Picture match

Single Sounds:
(/p//a//p/)(/l//l//w/)
(/g//b//g/)
(/m//s//s/)

Rhyming Picture Cards:


Thumb up if it rhymes

Rhyming Picture Cards: Single Sounds:


Thumb up if it rhymes (/t//r//t/)(/m//m//s/)
Letter
(/k//l/k/)(/p//j//j/)
names/Sight
words:

Sight word: The


Alphabet Racers Set
the timer for 3 minutes
Letter Rainbow: build
name with letter
magnets
Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
progression.
Material:
Rhyming picture
Alphabet Racer
Rainbow letter mat
One to one
correspondent

Letter names/Sight
words:

Sight Word: The


Mix it up: The
Letter Rainbow: build
name with letters

Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
progression.

Letter names/Sight
words:

Sight word: and


Mix it up: and
Alphabet Racers Set
the timer for 3 minutes
Book/Reading
Activity:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Sight Word: and


Mix it up: and
Play letter Recognition
Find that monster
Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
Correspondence. Sweep index finger under each
index finger under each word, in a left to right
word, in a left to right progression.
progression.

Letter names/Sight
words:

Sight Word: The/and


Mix it up: the/and
Letter sentence strip
Identify the letter and
say the letter
Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
progression.


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Name Writing

Name Writing

Name Writing

Name Writing

Name writing

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Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the beginning or first
sound you hear using the
signal for the sound

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter names/Sight
words:

Letter Rainbow

Sight Word: The


Mix/Fix and write: The
Letter Sort

Alphabet Speed Race

Sight Word: The


Mix/Fix and write: The
Letter strip: find, mark,
and say

Play OH NO! Letter


Recognition.

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

Book/Reading
Activity:

One- to one
Correspondence

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Rhyming Picture Cards:


Thumb up if it rhymes

Single Sounds:
(/t//r//t/)(/m//m//s/)
(/k//l/k/)(/p//j//j/)

Sounds in a word

Single Sounds:
(/p//a//p/)(/l//l//w/)(/g//b
//g/)
(/m//s//s/)

Sounds in a word

Letter
names/Sight
words:

Sight word: The


Letter Rainbow: build
name with letter
(Have students practice
building CVC Words
from rainbow)
Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
Material:
Rhyming picture
Alphabet Racer
Rainbow letter mat
One to one
correspondent

Letter names/Sight
words:

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the all the sounds using
the signal for the sound

Letter names/Sight
(Pam, soggy, mope,
words:
Sight Word: The
seek, poke, male)
Sight Word: And
Mix it up: The
(Use chips and Pointing Mix it up: And
Letter Rainbow: build
mat as a visual)
Letter Rainbow: letter
name with letters
recognition and sound
Letter names/Sight
(Practice CVC
words:
(practice spelling CVC
Words)
Sight Word: And
words)
Mix it up: And
Book/Reading
Play Go Fish For letter Book/Reading
Activity:
Activity: One-to-one
Recognition and sound One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
Recognition.
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
index finger under each
word, in a left to right Book/Reading
Activity:
word, in a left to right
progression.
One-to-one
progression.
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
progression.

I am going to say a word


and I would like you to tell
me the all the sounds using
the signal for the sound

(Pam, soggy, mope,


seek, poke, male)
(Use chips and Pointing
mat as a visual)
Letter names/Sight
words:

Introduce sight word


game boom!
Book/Reading
Activity:

One-to-one
Correspondence. Sweep
index finger under each
word, in a left to right
progression.

Mix it and Fix it


Use weekly High frequency word to review. You could easily use a different word that your
students are working on or will see in there text. I prefer high frequency words so they have
multiple opportunities to learn the word.
Pass out letters. The student first fix the letters into a word then they mix up stir the letter, I
then say fix it! The student then fixes the word again. Write the word on our marker boards.
Student says each letter as they are building or writing the word.

Single Sounds
I will give the students three sounds, /t/, /m/, /t/. The students can either repeat the sounds back
for you or you can discuss which sounds were the same. I use the snap cubes to give those early
learners a visual for the sounds they are hearing. I eventually take away the snap cubes and they
must then rely on hearing the sounds.