This 41-page product contains cards that focus on phonemic awareness using Elkonin boxes.
Elkonin boxes build phonological awareness skills by segmenting words into individual sounds, or phonemes. To use Elkonin boxes, a child listens to a word and moves a token into a box for each sound or phoneme.
Why use Elkonin Boxes?
They help students build phonological awareness by segmenting words into sounds or syllables.
They teach students how to count the number of phonemes in the word (not always the number of letters).
They help students better understand the alphabetic principle in decoding and spelling.
Table of Contents
Common Core Standards
Elkonin Boxes Phonemic Awareness Card Uses
What are Elkonin Boxes?
Elkonin Boxes Phonemic Awareness Cards (slides 7-39)
Elkonin Boxes card uses:
Practice word families and phonics sounds/rules as whole class aloud
Improve fluency with repetition focusing on weekly phonics skills or word families
Students can practice cards when finished early
Morning work - place cards on ring, make multiple sets and place in basket in middle of table for students to practice as morning work.
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