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Early Literacy Tool: Phonetic Flip Chart

Our oldest has learned her letters, the sounds that they make, and is starting to blend sounds. We have even begun learning sight words, but have yet to venture into the realm of phonics, till today! This is a really nifty phonics “tool” that we created to help her mix the sounds of letters. . …
  • Relabypai

    What you will need to make your own phonics flip chart: Wirebound Index Card Book Scissors Tape Marker

  • Stephanie King

    sight words flip books for the classroom!

  • Kelsey Bolar

    learn to read phonics flip chart book- love this idea !!

  • TiffnAaron Johnson

    One pinner wrote: A Phonics Flip Book is a simple way to work on literacy and phonics for children without buying an expensive program. Make your own phonic flip chart, and soon the learning activities for kids you can play will teach kids to recognize any word in no time!

  • Marlene Arteaga

    Phonetic stuff

  • Jenna McCrady

    Make your own WORD FAMILY flip book, EASY. For an alternate idea, use a larger bound book and have child glue a picture before the first letter on each page.

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