Color-Coded Sound Games (Downloadable)

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These Color Coded Sound Games are the perfect way to help your children master their sounds! Students will enjoy saying their sounds and listening for initial sounds through a variety of creative hands-on activities. Each of the eight activities comes in six colors with each focusing on a select group of only four letters at a time encompassing the entire alphabet. Once you teach the children how to play the game or do the activity in one color, they can do it in the other colors independently, as they master the new sounds in that color group. Whether you buy all the the activities for a complete set or just a few activities to start, this program will put your children on a path to independent sound learning practice.

  • Sound Bingo Games

    $8.00$9.00
    Children play a sound bingo game using a 9 grid bingo card that practices 4 sounds for the first group and 8 sounds for the other groups. There are enough cards for 4 children. A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Children can look at pictures, segment these words into their component sounds and build them using movable alphabet letters (not included). A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Sorting Strips

    $8.00$9.00
    Children sort letter strips into small plastic cups. (Cups not included.) A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Object Sort

    $8.00$9.00
    Children sort objects onto 4 single letter cards with the targeted letter printed at the top of the card. (Objects not included.) A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Beginning Sound Sorting Pictures

    $8.00$9.00
    Children sort pictures into columns beginning with each of the 4 sounds in the letter group. (Dots on the back of each picture create the “control of error”-not included.) A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Dice Game

    $8.00$9.00
    Children play an initial sound bingo game by rolling a die and covering the picture that begins with the letter shown on the die. Instruction to make your set of dice are included in the detailed directions. A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • X Out Game

    $8.00$9.00
    Look at four pictures and place an “x” over the one that does not begin with the targeted sound shown at the top of the card. A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Sound Out Cards

    $8.00$9.00
    Children can practice sliding sounds to blend words using these specially prepared, color coded cards. A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.
  • Color Coded Sound Games - Sorting Strips Complete-Set - Color-Coded Sound Games
    As soon as you print out and setup the 8 activities for each of the six different color groups; each child in your room will begin the self-paced journey into sound mastery and independence. The program starts with easy contrast and progresses to more challenging sounds. This is perfect for center work! Each complete, enticing, manipulative activity allows students to select, complete and record their progress independently. Mastering:
    • phonemic awareness
    • sound/symbol relationship
    • basic word building skills
    • sound blending
    This program is exactly what I was seeking for my kindergarten, first grade and ESOL teachers. Although they all use centers, the organized feature of this program is a real plus. Now we can be assured that each child will have an adequate degree of practice for skill mastery of all the letter sounds. It really is all-inclusive! The variety of games keeps the interest of the children and the teachers love it because it is so easy to manage. - Debbie O'Donnell, reading specialist
    A portion of all sales support Montessori in low income schools and Third World countries.