Phonemic Awareness Teacher Resources
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This phonemic awareness game is very similar to the classic card game war; partners divide picture cards, each taking half (included). They place one card face-up at a time and segment the phonemes aloud. Whoever has the most phonemes takes the cards.
K - 1st Language Arts 29 Views 104 Downloads
Rainbow Spelling: A Kinesthetic Approach to Encoding
Have your young learners interact with phonemes through this tactile plan! Each learner will have a colored mat where they connect different phonemes to create words. The best part is that they can self-correct easily as they spell!
1st - 2nd Language Arts 4 Views 41 Downloads
Looking for an auditory approach to phoneme manipulation? You'll find everything you need here for an independent practice activity to get youngsters changing initial, medial, and final phonemes to create new words. They begin with a chart and a set of cut-out images (included).
2nd - 3rd Language Arts 7 Views 21 Downloads
The Phoneme Game
Early readers play a board game to practice segmenting phonemes. Each child determines how many spaces to move by choosing a picture, saying the name of the object on the card, then counting the phonemes they say. Board game and picture cards are included.
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 35 Downloads
Phoneme Split and Say
Little ones are provided with all the tools needed to begin segmenting phonemes. There are twenty Elkonin box picture cards, five blank Elkonin box cards, and full instructions on how to help pre-readers practice splitting and saying phonemes into segments.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 39 Views 129 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Final Phoneme Matching
Little learners identify final phonemes found in various words. They play a game where they pick a card, say the name of the object on the card, identify the final phoneme, then match it to an image with the same final phoneme. Whoever fills up their picture pyramid first wins the game.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 7 Downloads
Reading readiness can be a fun skill to foster. Little ones manipulate phonemes to change one word into another. They use pick picture cards, say the name of the object on the card, then change the final phoneme to create a new word. They then find the picture card that represents their new word.
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 27 Downloads
Phonological Awareness - Phoneme Segmenting and Blending
Emergent readers use the illustrated templates provided with this resource to practice segmenting words into phonemes and blending phonemes together into words. Additional templates provide opportunities to identify similar initial, final, and medial phonemes.
K - 1st Language Arts 66 Views 137 Downloads
Phoneme Go Fish
Go fishing for initial sounds with this engaging phoneme game! Similar to the card game Go Fish, pairs use picture cards and try to match initial sounds. They set aside any pictures that are a match and ask their partner for specific sounds.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 33 Downloads
Vowel Picture Sort
Sound sorting can be a fun way to get little ones phonologically prepared for a life of reading. In this activity they sort picture cards based on the long or short vowel sound they make when said aloud. There are lead pictures and several pictures to sort included.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 27 Views 171 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Literacy Centers Using Nursery Rhymes
And in this corner we have Little Jack Horner. Engage your learners with phonemic awareness activities that encourage them to play with language. Eight different categories of phonemic awareness activities are detailed in the resource packet.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 17 Views 7 Downloads
Final Phoneme Spin
Segmenting words into different phonemes helps kids on the road to reading and writing. Have some fun with this spinner game which includes all the print-outs you will need. Simply assemble the spinner using a brad and lay out the picture cards face-up.
K - 1st Language Arts 5 Views 26 Downloads
Medial Phoneme Find
Help kids isolate medial sounds using this listening activity. They use a visual graphic organizer (included) to match medial phonemes to corresponding pictures. They can do this at a listening center or with a live speaker. There is a script for you to use either way.
1st - 3rd Language Arts 9 Views 35 Downloads
Phoneme Position Sort
Kids make new words out of old ones by manipulating phonemes. They mix and match initial, medial, and final phonemes to change words like, cap into cup or head into bed. This is fun and builds strong pre-reading skills as well as phonemic awareness.
K - 1st Language Arts 26 Views 119 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
This is a phoneme feud! A literacy game that is very similar to the classic card game war has partners challenging each other for the most phonemes. They place one picture card face-up at a time and segment the phonemes aloud. Whoever has the most phonemes takes the cards.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 14 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Phoneme Substitution (With Letters)
Get pre-readers comfortable with phoneme substitution using these helpful letter cards, which are printable in three different sizes depending on your classroom needs. Once scholars understand some letter sounds, they can begin manipulating CVC words to create new ones.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 10 Views 37 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Phonemic Awareness of Short Vowel Sounds
Get those kids ready to read with increased phonemic awareness! Children in grades K-2 will participate in a variety of stimulating activities to practice sounding out, identifying, and reading simple cvc words. Pupils will sign, sing, read, and write short vowel sounds, then put it all together by playing the game Word Maker.
K - 2nd Special Education 38 Views 358 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Break and Make
Break and make is a game that little ones can play to build phonemic awareness and strong phoneme blending skills. In pairs, they take turns testing to see if they can guess the image on the card based on the word segment sounds given. One child break the word into phoneme segments and then other puts the word back together through blending.
K - 1st Language Arts 13 Views 30 Downloads