Students may practice segmenting two, three and four sound words by pushing each sound they hear into bubble wrap and recording it on this easy to use extension/worksheet.
This was a big hit in my class! We bought the small sized bubble wrap and gave kids elkonin boxes and picture cards for two, three and four sound words. They would look at the pictures and count how many sounds then color that many circles and punch out that many bubbles. They would then record the letter for each sound they heard.