Complete the Word Task Cards are a more fun way for young children to learn phonics skills. Save yourself confusion when planning lessons on letter sounds with Complete the Word Task Cards. As a teacher who is focused on making sure your students have not only the best quality education but also teaching them in a way that works best for them, you will love the hands-on approach to teaching letter sounds. Use these task cards during learning centers or small groups to make sure your students are on task while having fun learning.
-Know you’re giving your students the skills they need to be ready to read
-Instill independent learning in your students
-Free up your time in the classroom to be able to give individual support
-No prep and value packed – simple place in your learning centers or add to your small group lesson
-Easy for kindergarten students to use
-Differentiation – allows different students to work the specific reading skills they are ready for
-Extend learning to centers, small groups, fun independent activities or class parties.
-You’ll reinforce skills you have taught
-You can pre-assess to see what children already know.
-Supports play-based learning
Who should purchase this resource?
-Teachers looking for simple student-centered resources.
-Teachers who are looking for appropriate resources and independent activities.
-Teachers looking for no prep value packed resources for busy learners.
-Teachers looking for quick and easy to check hands-on preschool and kindergarten activities
-Parents looking to support reading skills at home
-Homeschool teachers looking for simple, fun and effective teaching tools
Phonics and Word Recognition
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
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