EZread™ Magnetic Photo Tiles Complete Set

Item: 305598

$ 69.98
Item #:  305598
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Teach Initial Sounds And Word Families With Photo Sort Tiles

Hundreds of engaging tiles for sorting! 175 mostly one-syllable tiles for sorting beginning sounds (6 exemplars each) and 168 tiles for sorting 28 word families (5exemplars each). Includes 2 storage cases with label stickers to keep all the tiles organized; and a 12-page Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide with activities and reproducible thumbnails of all the photos and labels.

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Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondence by producing the primary or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant. Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant sounds.
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-2
  • 175 Beginning Sounds tiles
    Size: 1⅜" by 1⅜" each; ⅛" thick

  • 168 Short Vowel Families tiles
    Size: 1⅜" by 1⅜" each; ⅛" thick

  • 2 storage cases
    Size: 16" by 10½" by 1½" each
    28 compartments
    Size: 2¼" by 2½" each

  • 104 letter stickers
    Size: 1¼" by ⅝" each

  • 2 Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guides

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Whole group activity in five minutes!

I use this product with my JK/K class during large group time as a short review of beginning sounds, vocabulary building and student participation while teaching phonetics. For the word families, it is a great way to practise rhyming and learning final group of letter sounds. I have marked 26 [I made a spot for Xx] on my easel. A student chooses a tile and puts it in the correct box. When we have gone through them, we review each box and its letter sound. We will also use the tiles to sort, make up sentences using the pictures and on and on... It is nice to have the cases for easy storage.
By Butterfly from , ON