B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning
B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning

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B-2.2 Get Reasoning and Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonant Cards, Basic & Beginning

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B-2.2 Get Reasoning & Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonants Cards, Basic & Beginning

72-Page Initial Consonants, Basic & Beginning Activity & Idea Book

 

Who It’s For: Teachers & Independent Learners of predictable Initial Consonant Sounds & Their Spellings in Common One-Syllable Vocabulary 

Why You Need It: It’s all that’s necessary to foster phonemic awareness while starting systematic Phonics & Spelling instruction. With charts, diagrams, and word lists, there are suggestions for preparation, language lessons, games, and follow-up. Used with 52 Basic and/or 72  Beginning Word + Picture Cards (or self-created materials), these ideas will enhance word-level instruction.     

What You’ll Do:  

[1] Get reasons for using specially-designed educational materials in Phonics & Spelling instruction at novice to high-beginning levels.                                

[2] Check the Table of Contents for articles, instructions, and reference lists relevant to your purposes or situations. See what might work for you. 

[3] Peruse the content of the 124 Initial-Consonant cards, connecting them to tips for articulating and spelling sounds that begin words. 

[4] Try out activity ideas. Demonstrate that “playing cards” works in language education when it’s based on solid, graduated learning principles.   

[5] Use the 4-category organization of meaning (People/Animals, Places, Things, Actions) of the 124 targeted items for vocabulary building that progresses from item-naming through composition writing.