Show And Spell™ CVC Cards

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Target Instruction In Phoneme Substitution

Precisely target your instruction in phoneme substitution by selecting color-coded activities from the initial, medial, or final sounds tabs. Using the Show And Spell™ Pocket Chart (sold separately, #306729), place picture and letter cards in the top rows. Build words in the bottom row, substituting one letter to make a new word. The Guide lays out the lesson structure and includes a word-ladder reproducible. Works with any reading program!

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Standards Spotlight:
Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in CVC words and add or substitute individual sounds to make new words. Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes).
Grade Level:
Grades: K-2
  • 164 Show And Spell™ CVC cards
    Size: 2¾" by 3" each

  • 3-tabbed storage box
    Size: 3¼" by 3¼"

  • Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide

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Great product

This is a great product. I noticed that one of the letter-sound cards is the wrong color code. It is colored yellow and the number is placed in the middle sound, but it is actually a card for the last sound. So when you purchase this product, I would suggest that you go through the cards and put them in order by first sounds, middle sounds, and last sounds, using the "tabbed boxes" as dividers. That way you won't get confused between which cards goes with which pictures. Other than that, the product is really great and I can't wait to use it this year with I kindergartners I wouldn't use it as a center, to preserve the cards. It would be better if the cards weren't double-sided.
By Great Teachers Steal from , LA