Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs

Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
Elkonin Boxes for Phonemic Awareness and Spelling - Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs
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This is a set of worksheets based on 168 words with vowel digraphs and diphthongs for use in teaching phonemic awareness or spelling using Elkonin boxes. The worksheets can be easily printed for easy use in class with a group or whole-class setting, or as a take-home resource for use at home with a parent.

What's Included

Based on the same 168 words beginning with blends, there are:

  1. 28 worksheets, in color, sorted according to skill set
  2. 28 worksheets, in black-and-white, sorted according to skill set
  3. 28 answer sheets (for use with spelling) in color
  4. 28 answer sheets (for use with spelling ) in black-and-white

The vowel digraphs and diphthongs included are:

  • Vowel digraphs: ai, ay, ea, ee, ie, igh, oa, oe, ow, oo, ui, ue
  • Vowel diphthongs: au, aw, ew, oi, oy, ou, ow

Teaching Phonemic Awareness

You may use the Elkonin boxes to help students gain phonemic awareness by breaking words into their constituent sounds. Drag a token into each box to symbolise a sound.

Each vowel digraph, vowel diphthong or consonant digraph is accorded a single box each as each of them is considered a single phoneme.

Each constituent sound in a blend is accorded its own box, as blends are not considered a single phoneme.

Teaching Spelling

You may also use the Elkonin boxes to guide students in segmenting words into their constituent sounds to spell, with each box being filled up by the letter(s) that make that sound. Students may drag a token into each box to symbolise a constituent phoneme or sound. They may also write the corresponding grapheme or letter(s) in each box to help them to spell out the word.

Total Pages
120 pages
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