A great strategy for beginning readers of any age is using letter cards to build words. This activity allows students to manipulate letter cards with their hands in order to build words that are said aloud to them. This strategy assists students as they practice their letter sound correspondence skills while learning which sounds can go together to build a word. Below are some resources for word building using letter cards.
Systematic Sequential Phonics They Use by Patricia Cunnigham- A resource book for building words.
Phonics and Word Recognition- an article found on Reading Rockets.
a to t letter cards (Lowercase)
A to T letter cards (Uppercase)
u to z letter cards (Lowercase)
U to Z letter cards (Uppercase)