Phonogram Lists Digital
These lists are a great way to inspire movable alphabet work and help children refine their growing understanding of spelling. Each card features a single phonogram that match those in the green sandpaper letters and/or phonogram reading folders. Children read the words on a chosen list and notice the sound/phonogram that all the words share. Then, to extend the work, children turn the list over, and try to write as many words as they can remember with the movable alphabet.
This is also great two-person work where one child dictates words while the other child spells them. The list then works as a control so children can check work independently.
Choose from two separate digital files. Each PDF includes clear instructions on how to make these yourself, a cutting template, the lists themselves, and a lesson plan.
- Group 1: Traditional Phonograms (based on the green sandpaper letters)
- Includes 17 lists
- Each list features one of the following phonograms: ai (snail), ar (yarn), au (astronaut), ch (chip), ee (feet), er (helicopter), ie (pie), ng (ring), oa (toast), oo (book), or (corn), ou (cloud), oy (boy), qu (quilt), sh (cash), th (moth), ue (blue)
- Group 2: Common Phonograms
- Includes 21 lists
- Each card features one of the following phonograms: a-e (grapes), aw (hawk) ay (crayons), ce (dice), ci (pencil), ea (peacock), ge (gerbil), gi (giraffe), i-e (bike), ie (collie), igh (lightning), ir (girl), o-e (cone), oi (toilet), oo (balloon), ow (crown), ow (pillow), ph (dolphin), u-e (computer), y (puppy), y (fly)
Start these after children have success with reading our Phonogram Reading Cards.
If you prefer, you can purchase these lists already made and ready to use.
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