Homeschool Posts

Notebooking Pages Free Resources

Image by Jose R. Cabello from Pixabay

This Blog is An Archive And Has Not Been Updated Since 2018

9.27.2021: Google very recently changed drive links for security reasons, so you may find that when you click on a link for one of my printables that you need to submit a share request. PLEASE only submit one share request per item! These have to be manually confirmed and I will get to them when I get to them. I promise you that sending me 12 requests in rapid succession will not make that happen faster, lol! I do not sit on my computer waiting around to send people instant shares of freebies. Thank you so much for your patience as I try to sort out this latest Google mess.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Free Letter Tiles Printables

An integral part of one of our favorite spelling programs is the letter tiles.  But what do you do when your toddler loses half the tiles under the refrigerator (they were magnetic, so they stuck to the underside!) and various other unknown places?

You might buy new ones. 

Then again, if you have a child with vision issues who was having difficulty reading the tiles due to the low contrast (the originals are black lettering on a dark colored background), you might have a go at making your own.

And if you’re creative like my friend Kristi over at Clothesline Musings, you might take it a step further and make the best letter tiles ever by gluing them to wooden tiles.

I made these files about a year ago and never got around to posting them here.  Thank you, Kristi, for reminding me!

These tiles are 1” and the colors are compatible with All About Spelling, but you could probably use them with other spelling programs.  If your kids are prone to losing things like mine are, you’ll have no trouble making a new set.  Or several.

 

Blue Consonant Tiles:

blue consonants final

Red Vowel Tiles, plus extras:

colored vowels plus extras

You might also like:

Free Primary Math Printables

Free Hammerhead Sharks Unit Study and Printables

Free Flying Fish Unit Study and Printables

Linking to:

Enchanted Thursdays Button imageHC26

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these. I shared this post on my yahoo group for dyslexia. :)
    ~Erin

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for joining the conversation!

Please note: Comments on posts older than 16 days are moderated (this cuts down on SPAM). All other comments post immediately.