This visual discrimination resource gives students hands-on practice with identifying and sorting letters. These letter sorts can be used in whole-group lessons, small-group lessons, centers, or for individual practice.
To use the large letter sorts, print and cut apart the two large letter cards and the small letter cards. Then, glue the two large letters to chart paper to make your graphic organizer. Next, place the small cards into a container, from which students will pull a letter. They will identify the letter and the sound and glue the letter onto the chart. Finally, have all students say the letter and sound. You can also discuss the characteristics of the letters.
To use the individual sorts, copy the letters on colored paper and the sorting page on white paper. Students complete their own sort by cutting and gluing the letters into the correct column.
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