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  • Alicia Anderson

    Tap light for each sound they hear in word...phoneme segmentation. This is a fun spin to elkonin boxes.

  • Gina Mastro

    Lil' Country Kindergarten: Tap Light Segmenting

  • Chloe Cole

    Tap light for each sound they hear in word- phoneme segmentation

  • Jessica Blanka

    Tap lights for each phoneme...targets phoneme segmentation, an important phonemic awareness skill- great idea!

  • Brenda Asher

    Word Work Station: Tap Light Segmenting

  • Kelly D'Andrea

    Now that we've been on Pinterest for a couple of months now we are starting to see some "favorite" pins popping up. This one definitely qualifies for the "Why Didn't I Think of This?" folder. This idea of using incandescent tap lights for phoneme segmentation is very popular!  Lil Country Kindergarten blogged about this idea back in February of this year and her photo and description are definitely making the rounds on Pinterest. These kinds of lights are available quite inexpensively in ...

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