I’m having so fun creating activities for the table top pocket chart I purchased at Walmart last week. You never know what you can find at Walmart and I was so lucky to come across these super cute pocket charts which are perfect size for our small group intervention area. They came in two colors- and of course, I purchased both red and blue.
Right after purchasing my first pocket chart, I quickly made the Pocket Chart Pictures for Early Literacy – I just couldn’t wait. The file contains pictures for teaching beginning sounds, rhyme, counting syllables and counting sounds (phoneme segmentation). I’m just kind of moving up the phonics ladder now and the Pocket Chart Pictures for Short Vowels/CVC Words contains activities for teaching short vowel sounds and building and reading consonant-vowel-consonant words.
When you download this file you’ll receive 48 colorful CVC pictures, 48 word cards and 64 letter cards for building CVC words.
Right after my little trip to Walmart, I scooted on over to the Dollar Tree and picked up these cute little containers to store the pictures and letters. The plastic containers are actually snack containers, but they are the perfect size for storing the pics.
Okay, so Walmart doesn’t always stock the pocket charts. They likely are only available during the back-to-school sales. Pocket charts are also available in any teacher supply store or in education catalogs. Although the pocket charts are nice, they aren’t totally necessary for using the pictures to teach these phonics skills.
Pocket Chart Pictures for Short Vowels/CVC Words is available through my online Teachers Pay Teachers store.