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Personal sound wall folders and worksheets are your answer to a space-saving and effective way to align your instruction with the science of reading!


It’s full of mouth pictures, visuals, keywords, and more to keep learning sounds engaging and meaningful. Plus, students get a personal workbook to record words for reference. These tools will support growth in pronouncing, reading, and spelling unfamiliar words. Digital workbook included.


As the teacher, you have ready-made visuals for your lessons that are always at your fingertips without sacrificing valuable wall or bulletin board space.


This tool lets your students keep sounds and words organized in a way that makes sense and helps them to connect phonemes (sounds) to graphemes (written representations of sounds). Sound walls display the 44 speech sounds and the commonly represented graphemes.

Great for individual and group instruction, Orton-Gillingham programs, and reading intervention. Google Slides™ version included for digital practice, easy differentiation, and student accommodations.


⭐ Included:

► Personal sound folder covers in two backgrounds and black and white.

► Personal sound wall folder inserts in two backgrounds and black and white.

– Vowel valley

– Consonant wall

– Both a vowel valley and consonant wall in one folder.

► Sound wall workbook cover and section dividers in two backgrounds and black and white.

► Google slides file for digital practice. Type on workbook pages.

► 50 printable workbook pages include:

– Blank vowel valley and consonant wall sheets for students to fill in as sounds are learned.

– A page for each of the 44 phonemes with graphemes, keyword pictures, mouth positioning pictures, phoneme type (voiced, unvoiced, stops, fricatives, glides, liquids, affricates, nasals, 2 sounds), letter formation, and word examples with sounds in initial, medial, and final positions.

– Room for students to add their word examples and pictures.

► Student and teacher instructions.

► Terms to know/definitions.

► Teaching tips.

► Information on sound walls and where to find additional information.