Jazzy Tuning Strips

£49.95

Embed essential segmenting skills with my Jazzy Tuning Strips. Cater for all abilities with 148 strips to help children listen and identify sounds in words. The set contains:

  • 56 strips containing initial sounds
  • 40 strips containing long vowel sounds
  • 32 strips containing final sounds
  • 20 strips containing short vowel sounds
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Description

Embed essential segmenting skills with my Jazzy Tuning Strips. Cater for all abilities with 148 strips to help children listen and identify sounds in words. The set contains:

  • 56 strips containing initial sounds
  • 40 strips containing long vowel sounds
  • 32 strips containing final sounds
  • 20 strips containing short vowel sounds

Jazzy Tuning Strips: Initial Sounds

Quickly Develop Essential Segmenting Skills 

When children are struggling to hear the sound at the beginning of a word, they find the remaining sounds even more difficult. Identifying that first sound in a word is the foundation step along the route to segmenting the whole word into sounds, spelling and applying this to their independent writing.

My Initial Sound Jazzy Tuning Strips enable children to develop their skills in identifying the sound at the beginning of one syllable words.

This means that they can quickly move on to developing their skill into identifying sounds at the end, in the middle and right through words. A handy resource, ready to use straight off the printer!

Description

Ready to print, downloadable resource of 14 pages. A total of 56 strips, each containing three images with two strips for each initial sound.

How To Use

Great for use in school or at home!

As strips, working alone, with a partner or adult or in a small group, children say each word and listen to see if they can hear the sound on the strip.

As individual cards, good old Snap, or cut them up individually and sort into sets of words containing the same sound.

Use these with my Jazzy Tuning Strips – Final Sounds as an extension activity to identify which end of the word the sounds appear.

Print and use them immediately or laminate the strips so that children can tick or colour in the happy or sad face to indicate whether they can hear the sound or not.

Jazzy Tuning Strips: Final Sounds

Ensure segmenting right through the word

The last sound in a word can be difficult to hear. Sounds /p/ and /b/ are very similar and can lead to some interesting new words in writing! Identifying the sound at the end of the word gives children more opportunity to fill in the remaining sounds.

My Final Sound Jazzy Tuning Strips enable children to improve their ability to identify the sound at the end of one syllable words.

This enables children to further develop their tuning in skills when it comes to segmenting the initial and middle sound os a three sound word. A simple but effective resource, ready made for you to use tomorrow!

Description

Ready to print, downloadable resource of eight pages. A total of 32 strips, each containing three images with two strips for each final sound.

How To Use

Great for use in school or at home!

As strips, working alone, with a partner or adult or in a small group, children say each word and listen to see if they can hear the sound on the strip.

As individual cards, good old Snap, or cut them up individually and sort into sets of words containing the same sound.

Use these with my Jazzy Tuning Strips – Initial Sounds as an extension activity to identify which end of the word the sounds appear.

Print and use them immediately or laminate the strips so that children can tick or colour in the happy or sad face to indicate whether they can hear the sound or not.

Jazzy Tuning Strips: Short Vowel Sounds

Boost Phonics Skills By Speedily Segmenting Words Into Sounds

Short vowel sounds are difficult to hear in the middle of words and yet it’s where we start when developing blending and segmenting skills. Children need a variety of ways to practise the same skill. After all, there are only so many times you can count the sounds in ‘cat’!

My Short Vowel Sound Jazzy Tuning Strips enable children to develop their skills in identifying one sound in a word and segmenting a word into sounds by listening out for that illusive short vowel sound.

This means that they can build up those crucial oral segmenting skills – the first step to spelling and writing. This resource comes ready made for you and saves your precious time!

Description

Ready to print, downloadable resource of five pages. A total of 20 strips, each containing three images with four strips for each short vowel sound.

Each image is a three sound cvc word containing either /a/ /e/ /i/ /o/ or /u/ as the vowel.

How To Use

Great for use in school or at home!

As strips, working alone, with a partner or adult or in a small group, children say each word and listen to see if they can hear the sound on the strip.

As individual cards, you can play a game of good old Snap or Pairs by matching the sounds. You can also sort into sets of words containing the same sound.

Use these with my Jazzy Tuning Strips – Long Vowel Sounds to sort the short from long vowels. Many spelling rules in English rely on whether the vowel sound is short or long so this activity is a fab spelling starter.

Print and use them immediately or laminate the strips so that children can tick or colour in the happy or sad face to indicate whether they can hear the sound or not.

Jazzy Tuning Strips: Long Vowel Sounds

Embed Phonics Skills Into Independent Writing

We all work with children who find it difficult to hear the middle vowel sound in a three sound word. The short vowel sounds are more difficult to pinpoint because… well, they’re short! Long vowel sounds are heavier and longer making them easier to pinpoint in words.

My Long Vowel Sound Jazzy Tuning Strips enable children to develop their skills in identifying one sound in a word and segmenting a word into sounds by listening out for a sound that is easier to hear.

This means that they can build up those crucial oral segmenting skills – the first step to spelling and writing. This resource sets your children up to win right from the get go!

Description

Ready to print, downloadable resource of nine pages. A total of 40 strips, each containing three images with four strips for each long vowel sound.

How To Use

Great for use in school or at home!

The focus is on hearing the sound, rather than recognising or wring the correct grapheme. Though it is spelt differently in each word, sound /ai/ can be heard in ‘rain’, cake’ and ‘pray’, so all of these pictures have been included.

Once alternative graphemes are being taught, you can use these for sorting pictures into the correct spelling groups.

As strips, working alone, with a partner or adult or in a small group, children say each word and listen to see if they can hear the long vowel sound on the strip.

As individual cards, you can play a game of good old Snap or Pairs by matching the sounds. You can also sort into sets of words containing the same sound.

Use these with my Jazzy Tuning Strips – Short Vowel Sounds to sort the short from long vowels. Many spelling rules in English rely on whether the vowel sound is short or long so this activity is a fab spelling starter.

Print and use them immediately or laminate the strips so that children can tick or colour in the happy or sad face to indicate whether they can hear the long vowel sound or not.

Win £100 Voucher!

I love hearing from you! Send me a photo or short video of you using these cards with your children and I’ll enter you into a monthly prize draw for a £100 voucher to spend in the shop!

My best

Jaz

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Additional information

Set

All 4 Sets, Initial Sounds, Final Sounds, Short Vowel Sounds, Long Vowel Sounds

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