SPANISH PHONIC FACE CARDS. These faces show
the letter-to-sound relationship for sounds
of Spanish. The “L” looks like a jumping jaw, and the “y” variation in spelling is shown as well, the “p” looks like a lip. Children imitate the mouth positions and can begin successfully sounding out words in Spanish, Use Spanish Phonic Faces to learn the alphabet, find sounds in word positions, rhyme, blend, spell, learn patterns, and as a visual cue to sound production in articulation therapy.