January 24, 2016

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (January 25th - 29th)

Please add your link below to join the linky fun!
Link a product from your TpT store that you would
like to "markdown" until Friday, January 29th.
How much you markdown your product is up to you!
We would love it if you displayed your product and the linky on your blog and then link back to us, however, this is not required. Thanks so much and have fun!
If you're not selling, but looking for bargains, please check out the fabulous discounted products in the linky party below! 
(Be sure to check back all week as teachers may be adding products throughout the week.)

This week we are featuring:
It is 50% off!
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Our students just LOVE these fun literacy centers to practice their beginning, middle, and ending sounds. The super cute groundhog clipart from Scrappin' Doodles is the best!

Beginning Sounds
There are 26 burrows and groundhogs included in this center. Each burrow has a letter on it and each groundhog has a picture of an object. The children have to identify each picture and determine the beginning (initial) sound of each and then match it to the correct burrow.

We have also included a recording sheet for the children to write the beginning sound next to the correct picture.

CVC Words and Medial Sounds
This is a great CVC center where the children will practice their medial vowel sounds. Each burrow has three adorable groundhogs popping out of their burrow. Each groundhog has a letter on their belly and a picture on the burrow. In order to complete the CVC word, children must isolate the medial vowel and put the correct groundhog in the burrow with the others.

Children will then record their answers on the recording 
sheets we have provided. In the version pictured below, the children will only have to complete the medial vowel sound.

In this version of the recording sheet, children will record the whole word by writing the initial, medial, and final sounds.

Ending Sounds
Children will identify the picture on each groundhog's shadow. They should say the word to determine the ending sound that is heard in each word. They will then match a groundhog to the shadow that has a letter that corresponds to the ending sound heard.

Children will also complete the recording sheet by 
writing in the final sound of each word. 

Thanks for stopping by! We hope you and your students enjoy these centers as much as ours do! Happy (almost) Groundhog Day!


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