Letter Sounds Sort Boom Cards (Beginning Sounds, Phonics) Distance Learning

Grade Levels
PreK - 1st
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26 pages
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Description

This interactive, digital letter sounds sort Boom Card resource is a fun and engaging way for students to practice letter sounds (beginning sounds) and for you to easily assess their letter and phonics mastery.

Prefer Google Classroom? Find the Google Slides version here.

This self-checking, NO PREP set of digital task cards helps your students become fluent in beginning sounds/letter sounds as well as visual discrimination skills and phonemic awareness which are important reading foundational skills.

Includes 26 unique cards for each letter of the alphabet. Each card has 6 picture cards that students sort by dragging and dropping them to the correct column on the clipboard (Begins with the letter, Does NOT begin with the letter). This sorting activity gives students practice in visual discrimination, phonemic awareness, and phonics.

Please note: The letter X card has both beginning and ending sound pictures (x-ray, box, ax) and says "Starts or ends with Xx" and "Does NOT start or end with Xx".

The unique cards play in random order so each play is different which helps spark interest and increase student motivation.

Students receive immediate feedback making them interactive and engaging.

**Please see the preview file for a playable sample.**

You receive 26 digital task cards (1 for each letter of the alphabet).

Use on your interactive whiteboard, iPads, desktop, tablet, smartphone or with Google classroom.

Perfect for small group or whole group instruction, literacy centers, assessment, morning work, extra practice, etc!

Practices the following common core standards: RF.K.1d RF.K.3a

What other educators are saying about this resource:

"Students enjoy playing the sort game. You should hear the giggles during small group time (online) when they're working. This is a home run, hit out of the park! Thanks for making distance learning easier." - Misti W.

"These are awesome. My students really love them!" - Reach Them and Teach Them

"I purchased this product in the spring for some struggling readers - to reteach and reinforce letter sounds. As an intervention activity, it was perfect for both small groups and assigned for independent practice. I could see myself using it as 'exit tickets' and additional practice as we start our letter sound units in the fall. Thank you!" - Megan, Inspiring Young Minds

"Great product. Easy to use and enjoyed by all." - Brittnee T.

"This is awesome to do whole group on a smartboard!" - Presto's Puzzle Pieces

"Kids really love this one!" - Shannon K.

"This resource was a big help in providing services to my special ed pre-k students while learning from home." - Exceptional Kinders

"Perfect activities for my lower level learners who need extra practice. Great visuals for them, too." - Laura R.

"It was fun and interactive!" - Meagan G.

What are Boom Cards?

Boom Cards are interactive, self-checking digital task cards that require NO PREP (no printing, cutting, or laminating required)!

They offer an easy way for teachers to assess important skills and a fun way for students to practice these skills.

They are perfect for whole group instruction on an interactive whiteboard or small group instruction, center activities, individual practice on an iPad, laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

New to Boom? Boom Cards live in the cloud. They can't be printed. They play on most modern browsers, Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires.

When you redeem your purchase, you open a Boom Learning account to play the cards (they are played on Boom to protect the children). You create Fast Play pins to assign your Boom Cards to students.

Boom Learning also has premium accounts. Premium accounts offer advanced assignment tools, individual and whole class performance tracking, and more. If you are a new Boom Learning customer, when you redeem your Boom Cards purchase you get a 90-day free trial of a premium account. When your trial ends, you can renew or move to a free account. You may upgrade, downgrade or cancel at any time. Free accounts use purchased Boom Cards with Fast Play pins.

If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress.

Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first.

You may also like:

Beginning Sounds (Phonics) Alphabet Letter Sounds Digital Boom Cards

Letter Recognition Letter Review Digital Boom Cards

2D Shapes & 3D Shapes Sort Digital Boom Cards Bundle

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

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