First Grade - Just learning about sounds wall, I'm curious how others feel about them, and how they use and set them up? Do you also have a word wall and sound wall?
I was just on Pinterest and I saw another teacher provided students a "sound chart" to keep in their writing journals. She used a Jolly Phonics one. I imagine you could glue something similar in their notebooks for easy reference... I also use Jolly phonics in the classroom and I do post each sound as we learn it for students to use as a reference.
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