As promised, this is your resource for the area of phonics.

Sound boxes are used as a phonics intervention strategy. It’s for students who are having difficulty hearing the individual sounds in words, which are called phonemes.

I found a fantastic resource to use from Reading Rockets.  You can follow the directions step by step (they are self-explanatory), or you can watch my video here.  The video only covers CVC words.  When you get the hang of using this strategy, you can make it your own.

 

Below is a PDF of the sound box for you to use while you’re working with your child.

Materials Neededsound box pdf, counters (two colors), and letter tiles.

As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to email me.  My email is educatespeak@gmail.com.

Educationally Speaking,

CEO Ty

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