Flashcard Category: Pronunciation & Phonics

Alphabet Coloring Cards (Lowercase)

Let your students color their own ABC flashcards with this set of Alphabet Coloring Cards. This lowercase alphabet set works perfectly with the uppercase set for playing matching games
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Alphabet Coloring Cards (Uppercase)

Print ABC cards that kids can color themselves!  The outline font of this Alphabet Coloring Cards set uses less ink when printing. Use these cards for teaching the alphabet with
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Alphabet Flashcards (Set A)

This set of alphabet flashcards includes the uppercase letters A to Z. Use these brightly colored alphabet cards to teach the ABCs in kindergarten class or with toddlers.
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Alphabet Flashcards (Set B)

This set of alphabet cards includes all 26 letters of the English alphabet in uppercase and lowercase. This set is great for teaching the ABCs in preschool– these
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Consonant Blends

That would be bl- cl- gl- fl- pl- sl- br- cr- dr- fr- gr- pr- tr- AND sc- sk- sl- sn- sp- squ- st- -ft -ld -lf -lp
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Consonant Digraphs

SH! Also CH-PH-QU-TH-WH and WR 🙂 Here are 9 sets of word cards for practicing consonant digraphs. Help your students achieve the next level of reading skills by teaching
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CVC Words

Here are 4 sets of easy-to-print CVC flashcards! These cards are suitable for beginning readers of any age who need practice decoding letter sounds and blending them together.
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Final E Word Pairs

Final E, Silent E, Silent Final E, Magic E, Bossy E… A phonics rule so powerful it has at least 5 different names! Here are 4 sets of
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Long Vowel Sounds

Long vowel sounds have so many variant spellings! Below you’ll find 8 sets of word cards to familiarize your students with different ways to spell words with long A, E, I,
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More Vowel Sounds

OY-OW-AW! Teaching the 10 short and long vowels sounds isn’t quite enough! English has 19 vowel sounds, my friends. You need diphthongs and OOs, and here they are!
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R-Controlled Vowels

Arg! You’ve taught all the basic letter sounds, maybe some blends and digraphs. Your students can read 3-letter words with short vowel sounds swiftly and are sorting out long vowels, too. But then, bam. Smack
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