Ending Sounds Practice & a Freebie!!

Hey guys, how’s it going?
This week, we’re really working on ending sounds in reading,
and my kiddos definitely need some extra practice!!!
I created this easy activity, and it’s perfect for a pocket chart center!

  You can pick up this little freebie in my TPT shop, 
just click on the picture below!!

Listening for the final sound in a word is a difficult but crucial skill that students need to learn. This freebie center provides great practice!
Listening for the final sound in a word is a difficult but crucial skill that students need to learn. This freebie center provides great practice!

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