Digital Phonics Resources for Primary GradesHey, y'all. Do you teach phonics skills in your grade level? I do, but I'm always struggling with keeping up with those little tile letters. I can never seem to keep them organized like I'd like them to be. So I decided to take some of the kids' independent work digital.
We start off the year with short vowel sounds and making CVC words. Gradually, we add in other spelling patterns, but we turn our focus here first to solidify blending skills. The pictures above and below are short vowel sets available for Boom learning. As you can see, the vowels are red and the consonants are blue like the plastic letters so many of us have.
Students look at the picture, click the speaker if they need help figuring out what the picture is, then drag and drop the letters to spell the words. Boom cards are self-checking, so if a student makes a mistake, it will let them know immediately giving the student a chance to correct their thinking.
Each of the five short vowel sets are available individually for Boom Learning™ and as a bundle for use with Google Classroom™. You can find the Boom sets here and the Google Classroom bundle here. They include the same things, just designed for different platforms.
Another option is to have your students "read" the picture, then choose the word that matches it. This Boom deck includes 85 cards with mixed vowel practice.
More phonics sets will be added soon, so stop by my TPT store often for some more ideas and resources. and be sure to follow me on TPT so you don't miss a thing. I hope these things gave you some new ideas for your classroom. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week. I'll talk to you soon.