I always love being able to incorporate themes into my students’ learning. This Penguin Syllable Sort Printable does just this. This freebie will be the perfect addition to your literacy centers for your little learners.
Penguin Syllable Sort Printable
Penguin Syllable Sort Printable contains six pages total. There are four penguin syllable header cards covering one to four syllable words and then six penguin picture cards for each number. It is recommended that you print on cardstock and laminate so that this center can be used for years to come.
Doing Penguin Syllable Sort Printable
Students will start the center by setting out the syllable header cards. If you think that your students can handle all four, provide them with all four. If you want them to start with just one and two syllables, provide them with only those two. As your students master this, you can slowly add in more.
Once those are laid out, students can start choosing picture cards to sort according to how many syllables each one has. A picture card with a donut was chosen so it was placed under the number 2 penguin. Students will repeat this step until all picture cards have been placed. Each number will have six pictures cards total.
If you are limited on space, this penguin syllable sort printable will fit perfectly in a large pocket chart. Instead of placing the pieces on the table or floor, they can complete the activity on the pocket chart. This is also a fun way to change it up after a couple of weeks.
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I hope that you and your students enjoy this Penguin Syllable Sort Printable! Are you looking for more penguin ideas and activities, similar to do at home or in the classroom? If so, check out some more of our favorites below or check out all of our ideas under the Penguin lesson plans area of our site.
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