Alphabet Posters with Mouth Photos
❤️ Show your students the alphabet with these amazing Alphabet Posters with Mouth Photos. This set comes in a-z as well as all 44 phonemes.
Get this resource as part of a bundle too:
Included in this download is:
Included in this bundle is a set of color alphabet wall cards that has real photos.
Each card is 10.8 by 5.04 in size and includes an engaging initial sound photo, the letter in traditional font, and an image/s of kindergarten students making the sound.
These are one letter per page and take up most of the page so you can displace them in print or digitally.
This set includes 3 sections:
Letters A-Z. Includes mouth photo, letters in upper and lower, and the keyword picture that aligns with our Phonics and Phonemes Resource.
44+ Phonemes. Includes mouth photo, sound in virgules ( /g/, /ā/, etc), and keyword picture that aligns with our Phonics and Phonemes Resource. This set does include /x/ and /q/ as well.
Others & Teacher Requests. This set includes previous version of keyword pictures as well as teacher requested keywords.
What are the vowels used?
Short Vowels are represented in the A-Z and are apple, edge, itch, octopus, and up as the vowels.
Phoneme set has bee, itch, apron, edge, apple, ice, dog, up, saw, bone, book, moon, unicorn, coin, ouch, bird, car, and fork for the vowels.
We have several other options in the other section too that have been requested.
Please note, the letter X is the final sound and letters x and q have 2 photos for mouth formation since they are made by combining two phonemes (they are clearly labeled).
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “My students absolutely LOVE this resource. As a teacher, I love it too… easy to prepare, fun to use with the children, all the work is done with the photos!”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “These are perfect! I love the real photos. They are just the right size. I have them placed at my student’s level so they are perfect resources for my kindergarteners!”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “With wearing masks, my students needed to see how their mouths should form the letter sounds. This is the resource I chose and I am so happy with it! My students are making good progress with their letter sounds. These hang proudly right with my alphabet. I especially like the real photographs used to make them!”
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