Ultimate Phonics Reading List while the phonics list is the only free part of this phonics program the list itself is enough to create your own with few supplements to include visuals and hands-on practice. You can find worksheets and videos in link below.
ABC Fast Phonics, a digital presentation for letter names, sounds blends and basic phonics rules.
Owl and Mouse has a FREE Software program that is now all online. Check out the Reading links here to teach your child how to read.
Here is a sample lapbook from 1+1+1=1 to model after. I love this simple idea. Those are the best. The lapbook includes a poem, an easy reader, and copywork. We like to use a spiral notebook for ours and use duct tape on the spine for longevity. I think a word list would be a good addition. You could incorporate a word list into your mini-book or even into a word family wheel. You might also use these Editable Lapbook Pages to copy and paste word lists, your poems, or individual words with a picture on the cover.
The sample at the top used the poem as the copywork activity. You can easily make this yourself by copying and pasting the poems from Mrs. Alphabet (above) into handwriting generator like the one here at Handwriting Worksheets or by using the fonts here at the Learning Place.
One of the sites below shares how the author made her mini-books. It is so easy to make your own with the lists available in the above links. You could even incorporate lines from the poems or make your own simple sentences.
Storytime Standouts provides and shows you how to make your own word family flip books, as well as providing words and picture sheets. You could cut the sheets with words and pictures to staple into your own little book or have you child use for a matching game that is then pasted into the lapbooks. Be creative and have fun with it.
About 3 or 4 sections from the top, you’ll find a group of word family printables from The Measured Mom (again). She has a lot of pictures to use for word families. You could use them as a bingo type activity and then create your word wheel (below) using the word ending and pictures provided.
Pixabay is a great place to find your own pictures for free.
Word Family Wheels
I think these could be a great addition to your lapbook. Word Wheels can include some of the words in the list, as well as pictures to match them. You could trace one of the pre-made word wheels to make your own template. If you make one in Word, you can add text/picture to it before printing or you can have those on a separate page for your child to cut and paste on.
ABC Teach has a huge selection of resources on the free portion of their site. Here are some word family wheels.