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Initial Sound Fluency Cards

Initial Sound Fluency Cards

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We made a set of Initial Sound Fluency cards to use to strengthen phonemic awareness and to prepare students for the ISF section of our Dibels assessments. If your school system uses Dibels, it is another tool for you to use. If your school doesn't, it is another set of pictures to practice beginning sounds.
We made a set of Initial Sound Fluency cards to use to strengthen phonemic awareness and to prepare students for the ISF section of our Dibels assessments. If your school system uses Dibels, it is another tool for you to use. If your school doesn't, it is another set of pictures to practice beginning sounds.

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Initial Sound FluencyPicture Cards
 
Initial Sound Fluency Card Activities
Our school uses the DIBELS assessments 3 times a year. Initial SoundFluency (ISF) is one of the items that is tested. However, if our districtdid not use this assessment, we would still incorporate Initial SoundFluency activities in our classrooms. The DIBELS benchmark is 25 soundsin a minute to be considered established by December.Initial Sound Fluency is a measure that assesses
phonemic awareness
 skills. Research shows that when students have a strong phonemicawareness background and exhibit those skills, they typically experienceearly reading success. It is also a good prediction of what students havea strong understanding of making the connection between speaking towriting. Therefore, it is very important that we strengthen the phonemicawareness skills in every student in our classrooms.
We plan on using these Initial Sound Fluency cards to helpincrease phonemic awareness with our students. Here aresome of the ways that the cards can be used:
Each day we can practice them as a whole group. The teacher can namethe picture and the students can say the sound. EXAMPLE: The teachersays barn, students say /b/.Once we get good at this, we play
Beat The Clock
. To play beat theclock, we see if we can make it through all of the cards before a minuteis up. (It’s amazing how this game strengthens the understanding of 60seconds =1 minute and understanding how long a minute really is.)These cards can be used in guided reading groups, pocket charts, learningcenters, one-on-one with a parent volunteer, etc.We also have the students practice Initial Sound Fluency at home as apart of our homework packet. A set of these cards could be made andsent home with at risk students for extra practice with Initial SoundFluency.
 
 
 
Initial Sound Fluency Picture Cards
A – alligator and acornB - barnC - camelD - dogE – elephant and eagleF - fishG - giraffeH - hatI – igloo and ice cream cone J - jarK - kiteL - lionM - monkeyN - noteO – octopus and orangeP - pizzaQ - quiltR - robotS - scissorsT - turtleU – umbrella and United StatesV - volleyballW - wormX - xylophoneY - yellowZ - zebra

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