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1 SOUN,DS AND LETTERS.--< Say the name of each picture.llsten to the first sound. Then circle the letters with that"sound..-.. Dd QJ) Jj Ww J' J Ww Zz LI Zz Dd Jj Ww Dd Jj Zz Jj LI Ww Jj LI Ww Jj Ww Zz Dd Jj I\ Ww Skills: Auditory and visual discrimination; Recognition of sounds and their symbols 92

2 SOUNDS AND LETTERS ':.', ",' Say the name of each picture. Listen to the first sound.;:,, - Then circle the ietters with that sound. Pp 'Yy Cc Hh Pp Hh Pp Yy Cc Hh Yy Cc 0> Mm fr11i1i/f\-_ Yy Cc Mm -; Pp Hh Hh Mm Mm Pp Pp - Yy Yy Yy _. "' =-:s::. ::"5, Cc Mm Yy Cc Mm =;::::::::=": I Pp Hh Pp Yy Skills: Auditory and visual discrimination; Recognition of sounds and their symbols 91

3 BEGINNING PI-IONICS Say the name of each picture. Listen to the first sound. Then circle the letters with that sound.,.,. Bb \ \ \ Mm \ Zz Ff Bb Qq Mm Gg Hh Jj Pp Vv S8 Yy Nn.. Cc Qq Ww Hh Skills: Auditory and visual disc imination; Recognition of sounds and their symbols 139

4 BEGINNING PHONICS r-' Say the name of each picture, Listen to the first sound. Then circle the letters with that sound. Hh Mm Kk,.,,. Rr Nn Cc.- -". LI Pp Hh Ss Mm Nn Kk Rr LI Dd,.Yy Vv Bb Ww Ff! t I. f I! Skills: Auditory and visual dislrimination; Recognition of sounds and their symbols I t

5 BEGINNING PHONICS Say the name of each picture. Listen to the first sound. Then circle the letters with that sound. Kk Mm Hh Ff Dd Ww Rr Gg Ff Ss Tt Vv Jj Pp Dd Hh Ss Nn Cc Rr Nn Ss LI Ww Qq Ww...-/'- Tt,. Skills: Auditory and visual discrimination; Recognition of sounds and their symbols 140

6 I Know Beginning Sounds, ;1 ;. Vi.!..<

7 Name _ Add one letter to name the picture. _an _an _an _en _en _en

8 " P, r I k ca_ c mo_ sn_ I=========doo soc_ -- q;;:j# s -, ',. J I, ', ",,', :' I,I' In_ - shee ----!- la m ---- bea DIRECTIONS: Say each pict I re name. Write the missing final consonant.

9 .Say the name of each picture and read the letter that ends the e _ 0 _ '.,. '.!' 'I L = 1. Name the picture. Write the letter that ends the word : \. :. 11 /

10 1,.j -.,:1 '. TRY IT AGAIN. j. a j lj-----t-- --f-----b C- -- Write the letter that starts the word. /

11 Look at each picture. Say its nome.', Read the letter it beg ins with.,.--"':.\!-- Name the picture. Write the letter that starts the word.....,.., y,,,,",,,, 'N. " _",,. "-."" "v...w......,""' J' _.,--_._---!

12 ".. Name the picture. Write the letter that starts the,word. "!" ",. {: f " j \ ',',,', , /

13 r 9 I p b n 5 d m ALPHABET SOUP Find the right letter to make a word. Write the letter on the line. --. ird Ion,'-- _obbit othing on,y _octor even -- icture -- iroffe ogon School Zone Publishing Company 63

14 GET SET...Matching Sounds and Letters Say the name of each picture. How does each start? Circle the letter that stands for the beginning sound. k CD X r s. f b t e d (,.: I 0 q 9 c k r p b b n' s m u r 9. t. Z J Y ty &if / , ITillill 0..t!J f!}!jj.::/:l:' I U CDDe) 21

15 Name _ Write the Missing Letter ----an an an _Ig _en -----en -en -- abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

16 "".r;'/(",!;i. Directions: Say the name for each 'Picture below. Fill in the bot56h3 beside the letter that makes the beginning sound in each word Ok Oc Of Ot Of \ Or Oz Od Od 7. Om 8. OP Oq 9.'. o c 10. o f 11. o q 12. Oc Op o d::.', 01 to '. \ '. ( '; S t _ 'Ị.'. \... :,: "..- Of O b 15..I1_. O v 16. Og Or Oz Ow Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 7 #3016 Phonics: Book 2

17 .' I I c J c J c J I h f h f h f P P P J J J <Ii E t1l c: III - :l ti "a. s: 0<II '0 '" " c :l 0 III Cl c: "c e "0,.0 h I J: ;." h I h I "u.!!l "a. :;J 0- Q 90 Lesson 58: Review: Letter-Sound Correspondences....E Sl ]1

18 Draw a line to match each picture with its beginning sound. 6 Qoo()O Hh Jj Kk LI Mm Carson-Dellosa Pub!. CD

19 ) ) ) e o 0> en o :::J 6 6' (J> OJ -u c Q: o m(x) -' o ::J CD.... o 3 ao zr '. (Jl (J) N N -< '< >< >< < < -i,... CD P> o zr "'0 ọ.... c... CD :E.... (J) 0- CD co ::J ::J ::J (Q

20 Draw a line to match each picture with its beginning sound. Nn Pp Qq Rr Ss

21 Draw a line to match each picture with its beginning sound. Bb ii. '1:_' { '?) /4 Eli!!)». \ ) 1:-r. ll\,jj t( "-'f;:j i J.' \','J, I/I',', -, \ ',: j"',! / '. \. \ ;. " I I I f f / '. ', : 1/,/,. \\I,:!II"'/'// '. \' " 'j / \\\\\:;/:'1/ //// " -, \ II i 11" : /'/ ). '\\\\\1' /'/ "<".\\\\\\\'i!,::'<1;: '.\ J'_-'.lf:;-/ Cc Dd Ff Gg Carson-Dellosa Pub!. CD """"'\

22 l- Name Skill: Beginning consonant c f h j. Circle the beginning letter for each picture.. J h h f f c. J h c f h. J f Frank Schaffer Publications, Inc. 5 FS-3058 Phonics

23 r, j, f, g, h, d, w, v, I Ion ----oat iol in obot». c "- o '- orse indow ----oot elly ::: r. tf. -= '::: :!- S'= u< 2 DIRECTIONS: Say each picture name. Write the missing initial consonant.

24 Name _ -, Consonants: l. k. s Circus Pony Circle the beginning letter. <J))c:=:::»)) Color. k s J S k s k J k s J s The Education Center, Inc. Teacher's He/per Kindergarten April/May/June

25 '1itS?F!:::;:>-. / ( 'n+.'-/ r"""'o', 'b n k b n k b n k b n k b n k a) E ell C (J). :::l ts '0..c oell '0 "0 c:::l o (J) Ol E c '0,.0 :5 E 2 ]i b n k b nk b n k :5 b n k b n k '0 III '0. :::l o, Lesson 12: Review: Initial b. k, n 21

26 'b n k b n k b n k b n k b n k ai E t1l c.rj) ::J ti 00..c ot1l 0> 0 n "0 c ::J 0 rj) ell c c.s ell <ll.c <ll -5.E... 2 ]i <ll -5 <ll u... u!!2 00. ::J C- O> s: r- b k b n k b n k b n k b n k b n k Lesson 17: Unit 2 Conclusion: Decoding: b, n, k 27

27 II I dsg dsg I - /\ d s 9 dsg <Ii E ca c. '" :> U '0..s::: o ca '0 "0 c: :> o sn Ol c: Ol.0 d s 9.;:;.2 '- 2 ]i.;:; I dsg d s 9 dsg \.i! r Lesson 29: Unit 3 Conclusion: Decoding: d. s, 9 45 ""l dsg ' r \ -::-,'::/"--' " - ''. -.:... dsg '1:(,\

28 h p r h p r h p r h p r r <Ii E '"c rn - ::J U '0..J:: o '" '0 "0 c: ::J 0 rn Cl c 'c c: '61.0 a> -E h h h P r P r P r i '-u" I.E L- a> ; '0!!1 '0. :J Co.J:: I- h h h i=-;ju p r r p r II Lesson 41: Unit 4 Conclusion: Decoding: n, p, r 63

29 n[1 f I j f I j F23 f I j f I j oj E «l C III - 2 o "a.i::. o «l "0 "0 C::s 0 III 01 C "c c "5>..a.;;.$2 f I j f I j f I j.;; '\ "13 "0. ::s 0- m.i::. I- I j f I j f I j f Lesson 53: Unit 5 Conclusion: Decoding: t, I, j 81

30 )9'!.:.?",.'./.);;J,Ct?. \ Qoq?. '. f I d r f d r f d r f cd E <1l c III -.;1o 00. s: o<1l b b b s 9 s 9 s 9 [23 f d f d f d s s s 88 Lesson 58: Review: Letter-Sound Correspondences (5 c ::::l 0 III Cl C c c 00, ]i -... (3 u 05. :J a. s: l-

31 ""\ \ mjk m j k mjk cd E <tl C.1Il :s u "0. s: o<tl '0 "0 C:::l P t n P t n P t n o III 0> C "c C "0, E Q; ; "0 III "0. :::l a. J n p J n p * J n p Lesson 58: Heview: Letter-Sound Correspondences 89

32 Name '--- Skill: Beginning consona Circle the pictures in each row that start like the first picture Schaffer Publications, Inc. 2 FS-3058 Phonics

33 Name Skill: Beginning consonant d k Circle the beginning letter for each picture. w 9 \\lill,'i...,..." II,.II. IIIJ' 9 w ' k w 9 d d g 9 w k k d w k Frank Schaffer Publications, Inc. 15 FS-3058 Phonics

34 Name <: Skill:Review beginning consonants mbsl Circle the pictures in each row that start like the first Schaffer Publications, Inc. 10 FS-3058 Phonics

35 Name Skill: Beginning consonant q <, Circle the picture in each row that starts like the first SChaffer Publications, Inc. 21 FS-3058 Phonics

36 Say the name of the letter in each row. Circle the picture in that row that begins with that sound. Qq Rr Ss Tt Carson-Dellosa Pub!. CD

37 Say the name of the letter in each row. Circle the picture in that row that begins with that sound. Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Carson-Dellosa Pub!. CO

38 Say the name of the letter in each row. Circle the picture in that row that begins with that sound. Bb Cc Dd Ff Carson-Dellosa Publ. CD

39 INITIAL CONSONANT SOUNDS / A

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