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Lowercase t Poster

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Letter t poster – FREE PRINTABLE alphabet poster which focuses on auditory discrimination for the beginning sound t

Description

Lowercase t Poster

t words

letter t poster

letter t poster

Ideal for Letter Formation Lessons, Reference Chart & Auditory Discrimination  

Phonics Wall Display Poster – Lowercase letter t

   Letter t poster


(an lowercase letter t phonics poster for you to DOWNLOAD and PRINT)

The Lowercase t Poster Auditory Discrimination List

turtle
table
ten
tooth
tadpole
telescope
toad
tiger
tent
toes
teddy bear
 
 
 
Possible Uses for This Phonics Poster:
 
  • Retrieval Charts / Sound Wall – When writing in the early years pin these posters to the wall and encourage students to find the sound they are after.
  • Correct Letter Formation – together with students write the correct starting points for letters on the posters. Use a 1 and draw and small arrow in the direction the pencil is to travel. Add a 2 and another arrow when there is a change of direction or a pencil lift.
  • Air Letters – Students trace correct letter formation in the air with their finger and say the words represented by the pictures in the same order as the correct letter formation.
  • Listening Walk – In pairs students use exaggeration and repetition of the initial sound e.g. t-t-tadpole to work out the letter represented on the poster.
  • I Spy – While looking at the poster give clues, ‘I’m thinking of a word starting with the sound ‘t’. Give clues to the word. E.g. It is black with a wiggly tail.  I turn into a frog…
  • Create a Class Book – place all the lowercase posters into a plastic sleeve binder and display it for easy access, reference and exploration.
  • For Home – Encourage students and parents to download the posters at home for the fridge or back of the bathroom door by adding the web address to the school newsletter. https://phonics-teaching.com
  • Practice ‘auditory chunking’tad-pole, ti-ger etc
  • Remember to focus on letter sounds before the letter names as this gives students way more access to the ‘code’ used in reading and writing.
  • Syllabification – Clap the syllables they can hear in each word.
  • Use repetition and exaggeration of the final sound heard in each word tadpole-le-le

NB Once the students are familiar with the lowercase letters print out the Capital Letter Posters and place them above or beside the small letters. 

Quote about Reading – ‘Learn to Read and Be Forever Free ‘ 

How to Download Your t Words Poster:
  1. Add the t Words Poster to your Cart using the ‘Add to Cart’ Button. NB You can only get the resources 5 at a time. #longstory
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  5. Press ‘Place Order’ and then scroll down to ‘Order Details’ and click on your resource there. It will open ready to save, print, cut out and laminate.
Where to Next?

How about a Phonics Word Wheel or a Cool Reading Games

or maybe some Phonics Games & Math Games