WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Map Out Sound Patterns With Sound Box Mats
Before emergent readers can begin to sound out words, they need to firmly grasp the sound each letter makes. Students at this stage of development learn to map sound patterns for the word represented on the picture card by sliding the plastic chips into the appropriate number of boxes, based on the number of sounds they hear. Reading and spelling skills can later be taught using these same materials by substituting the actual letters the sounds make in the same boxes. The picture-word cards are self-checking with the answers on the back. Includes a sturdy, compartmentalized storage box.
In the U.S alone, nearly 30% of educational standards are overhauled, revised or edited each year. Tracking these changes demands the full-time expertise and we have the tool to manage those standards, so you can trust us as the leader in standards alignment. Correlations are made for all State, National, and Common Core Standards. In addition, we have Head Start standards for early childhood. And most recently, we’ve added both National STEM Standards and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).Learn More
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- 146 picture-word cards (2, 3, and 4 phoneme words)
- 12 sound box work mats (4 each of 2, 3, and 4 sound boxes)
- 36 plastic chips
- Really Good StuffA® Activity Guide