Beginning Sounds File Folder Game Download

Beginning Sounds File Folder Game Download
You'll LOVE DJ's printable 'File Folder Games' for early education! Our 'Beginning Sounds' game gives you a fun & colorful way to help kids learn the alphabet & beginning sounds! This adorable download includes 26 picture cards to match to each letter of the alphabet. All you have to do is print, cut & glue to an empty file folder! Great in our bright, bold colors... or in black & white to share a coloring project! Fun for school or as an educational game at home. See below for game sample & larger image. (djid365)

All pages are included as 8.5"x11" .jpg files, in both color and black & white (at 300 dpi for better printing results). Cover, folder labels & instructions included. Made with clip art from our 'Kidoodlez: Early Years' CD.

Once purchase is complete, a download link will be sent to your email (valid 72 hours). It will also be available on your checkout invoice.

Created by Alix Spears. Art & fonts © Dianne J Hook.
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Price: $2.99
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Download Size: 6.97MB

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  • Author: Damara S.
    "Excited to add to my centers!"
  • Author: Special EdVentures
    "Perfect for my Special Learners!!"
  • Author: Miss Kim Designs
    "Needed something quick and easy for summer. This is great!"
  • Author: Stacy S.
    "A great informal assessment that is NOT paper. Saves tons of money in copies alone. We love file folder games."
  • Author: Donna B.
    "I love DJInkers file folder games. Print it off on cardstock, laminate for longevity, and let the game do its magic!"
  • Author: Shannon G.
    "I love this file folder game!! I use this for students who finish their work fast and need a bit of practice. I have a ton of these types of games and I give them to my students, they keep them in their chair pockets so that when they finish an activity or work early they can pull this out and play away. When they have mastered this they will exchange it for another file folder game. Can not tell you how much my students ask "Can I play my game!?!??!" But of course they can!! haha Great Job and thank you!"
 
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