Friday, October 5, 2012

Beginning Sounds (Color, Cut and Paste!)

I have a little Moffatt Girl who loves to color, cut and paste.  She also loves her letter sounds and learning them makes her feel like she is reading.  Well...learning beginning sounds is one of the first steps to sounding our simple CVC words.  We are getting Ready2Read! :)

Beginning Sounds (Color, Cut and Paste!) is a great way to practice so many different skills.   This has been a HUGE success in our home and I am happy to say that our crayons, scissors, and glue are getting a good workout:)  We are working on these daily and I can really see some progress going on!




Each page will work on the following skills:
-Letter Identification
-Beginning Sounds and Sound Discrimination 
-Correct Letter Tracing and Letter Formation for Upper and Lowercase Letters
-Can also work for making simple patters by using the border


**This product meets Common Core Standards for Kindergarten!










10 comments:

Kristen said...

Looks awesome Annie!! You always make me want to work with younger children! :)

Annie Moffatt said...

Aww.. you ALWAYS say such nice things Kristen!!

Marci said...

I had to buy this as soon as I saw it. We are starting beginning sound next week in class. It is perfect!

Annie Moffatt said...

Thank you for your sweet words, Marci! I hope your kids LOVE them! :)

Mrs. McHaffie said...

This is fantastic!!!!
:)
Kelly
Beg, Borrow, Steal

Ms. Abraham said...

Thank you for all of your creative ideas and products. I love your "style" and my kindg. students are loving their watches and money!! Please please please work on some Kindg. Common Core Math products.

Mrs. Davis said...

Super cute! Love it! :)

Kim
Carried Away in Kindergarten

Caterina said...

Just wondering what scissors you let your little one use? These look perfect for my daughter she is 3 years old.
Thanks,
Caterina

Annie Moffatt said...

Hi Caterina,
Great question. I LOVE Fiskers scissors. You can get them at Target in the school supply isle. The ones that I use are specifically for little hands. My 3 and 5 year old girls use them:)

School Sparks Renee said...

Annie - this is adorable. The pictures are great - you have quite a capable little cutter, colorer and paster there! :) Renee

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