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centers, Phonics

This is one of my students favorite centers.
I had all of these old boxes of cards (I think 4 of them) laying around and I wasn’t sure what to do with them.  I hadn’t really been using them. 
So I decided to use them to create a center.  I love that this center was easy to make, self-checking, and hands on for the kids! 
Here are the supplies you need:
Simply add magnetic tape to the back of the cards and your center is ready!
Students build the words on the cookie sheets, and turn the cards over to check.
 I separate my cards into sets short vowels, short vowels with blends, silent e, vowel teams, etc.

Hi, I’m Jaymie! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I taught for 17 years including 12 years in First Grade, 4 years as a Reading Interventionist, and 1 year in Pre-K. 

I have a passion for creating rigorous, easy to use primary resources that require little or no prep! I hope you find some easy ideas to take back to your classroom or use in your homeschool!

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