FRENCH Phonics Pocket Chart Sorts – Trier par les sons composés
These pocket chart sorts are perfect for practicing les sons composés en français! Students will use the provided images and sort them in a pocket chart by listening for the target sounds. A great resource for encouraging your students to listen for and identify sons composés hiding in words!
Looking for a simple way for your French primary students to practice hearing, isolating, and identifying les sons composés within words?
These pocket chart sorts are perfect for practicing les sons composés en français!
Students will use the provided images and sort them in a pocket chart by listening for the target sounds. A great resource for encouraging your students to listen for and identify sons composés hiding in words!
How to prep and use this resource:
- Cut out the cards and laminate for durability
- Decide how to store the cards – I like to store each sound in separate sandwich bags
- If you’re setting this up as a literacy centre, I suggest making available just the sounds you want my students to practice
- Students will place the circle cards in the pocket chart, say each word, and put the pictures that contain each sound below the correct sound
- I have also included a recording sheet where students can record two of the sounds they sorted.
If you want to use this activity as an independent centre, there is also an “I Can” card included. “I Can” cards help foster student independence – they can follow the directions if they forget what to do. Just print, cut, and laminate if you would like to use it, and store it with your centre materials for this centre.
I have included six images for each of the following sounds: on, ou, oi, eau, an, eu, ai, ain, qu, eou, ouille, in, gn, ch, elle, en, au, eur, ère, ette, ard, oir, gue, ei
**Please note that I have done my best to include words that only have one son composé. However, sometimes it wasn’t possible, in order to have 6 pictures for each sound. You decide if you want to leave out cards with more than one “son composé”, or if you would like to have your students do something special if they come across a card that contains both sounds they are sorting (eg. “quenouille” has both of the sounds “qu” and “ouille”). You can see all of the images I chose by clicking on the preview above!
*This download entitles the purchaser to use it in ONE classroom only. Thank you so much for respecting my time and effort!*