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    • Shelley W

      Beginning Sound Sort - could change this to middle sound and ending sound too. Other great center ideas as well!

    • Jillian Stanton

      TONS of center ideas on this blog for autism classroom

    • Makenzie Yutzy

      Beginning Sound Sort. (Can change this to middle sound and ending sound.) Have children bring in a couple objects from home - or pick a couple objects from the classroom - and sort them as a class into the different containers based on initial sounds. I would use this as a whole-class activity/mini-lesson but you can use it as part of a center as well.

    • Nancy Wildt

      Tray Tasks - Learning letter sounds - sorting

    • Jess Fitz

      Beginning Sound Sort. Can change this to middle sound and ending sound. (Also a great site for tot tray ideas!)

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