A Really Good Literacy Center For Identifying Beginning Sounds
Here is a great way to develop phonological awareness, practice matching the initial phonemes in words, and compare and contrast beginning sounds.
By listening for and identifying the beginning sounds of words, students sharpen their phonological skills.
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How It Works:
Through repeated play, students will notice how words are composed of individual sounds
- an essential precursor to developing phonemic awareness.
The 46 dominoes in this set each display a picture cue with a beginning sound.
Students get practice hearing and identifying 23 beginning sounds that are pictured
4 times each on the chipboard dominoes.
This game makes a great independent literacy center activity:
- Tactile learners will enjoy moving the dominoes.
- Visual learners will benefit from the picture cues.
- 46 laminated, beginning sound dominoes
- Size: 2" x 4" each
- 1 laminated center task card
- Size: 6" x 9"
- Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
- Packaged in an 8" x 10" custom storage box
Supports Phoneme Matching Identify beginning sounds in pictured words.