Phonology Teacher Resources
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Phonology: The Sound Patterns of Language
Use this straightforward and informative phonology presentation in your speech and language class. Addressing the finer points of phonetics such as palatization and consonant assimilation, this is a great way to provide your students with the necessary information.
11th - Higher Ed Language Arts 6 Views 32 Downloads
Say and Slide Phonemes
Develop phonological awareness using this partner activity which has youngsters segmenting words into phonemes. Using the provided Elkonin Box picture cards, pairs practice orally segmenting sounds and physically representing the phonemes using counters.
K - 1st Language Arts 11 Views 59 Downloads
Set up a listening center, record the provided script, and see how well your class can manipulate phonemes based on the instructions you've provided. This center-based activity builds the phonological awareness and phoneme manipulation kids need to become good future readers.
K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 24 Downloads
Rhyming is fun, builds phonemic awareness, and is a tried and true pre reading skill. This complete and ready to print activity helps learners match words that rhyme. This game includes instructions and 36 rhyming pair cards. Kids flip the cards and say the name of the item they see, if it matches they say, rhyme time and keep the pair.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 9 Views 47 Downloads
Phonological Awareness/Beginning Sounds
Young scholars participate in a Scavenger hunt, make a picture book and complete Internet activities in order to study beginning sounds. They develop phonological awareness of beginning sounds while working with words in these lessons.
K - 2nd Language Arts 8 Views 101 Downloads
Rhyme Flip Book
This rhyme book activity may look confusing at first, but it's really quite simple. Everything you'll need is right here and ready to use. Kids cut out and staple the pages of their own rhyme books. The only folds they will make are the top margin, which is labelled to be folded down.
K - 1st Language Arts 8 Views 26 Downloads
Rhymes are a great way to help your scholars with phonemic awareness and word relationships. Kids work with partners to match cards from a stack to their rhyming counterparts on a game board. There are six different boards, so this will stay interesting as kids play several rounds.
K - 2nd Language Arts 9 Views 75 Downloads
Drop and Say
This is a neat idea that gets kids using phonics and puzzle solving skills. In pairs, they take turns picking picture cards from a pile. They say the name of the object on the card then drop a letter to turn that word into a new word. They look for the new word on their game board.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 28 Downloads
Rhyme Closed Sort
You'll find everything you need here for a rhyming lesson that appeals to both visual and kinesthetic learners! Place the four picture cards (snake, snail, tree, bat) across the top of a pocket chart. Learners take turns choosing from a face-down stack of picture cards and sort them beneath the word they rhyme with.
K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 65 Downloads
Rhyming is fun and it helps build phonological awareness that is key in early reading. Learners use a pocket chart and a set of 40 cards that make 20 rhyming sets to practice recognizing rhyming words. Peer one picks a card from a bag and peer two finds its match on the pocket chart.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 39 Downloads
Everything you'll need to conduct a fun and interactive rhyming activity is available here. A game board, number cube (dice), picture cards and instructions to guide your class on a rhyme adventure. They roll to move, and work to rhyme a word with the card they draw from the pile.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 7 Views 28 Downloads
Make a phonic train filled with matching initial phonemes. Early readers say the name of the objects on each of their cards, identify the initial letter sounds or phoneme, then paste them on a train. They make three trains, which means they're not only matching sounds, they're sorting them too.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 16 Downloads
Onset and Rime: Rime House
Are you covering onset and rime with budding readers? Find everything you'll need for an interactive activity that appeals to visual and kinesthetic learners! This is teaching at its best with minimal set-up and maximum opportunity for learning.
K - 1st Language Arts 15 Views 44 Downloads
Play letter sound detective with your class, and snoop out sounds, onsets, blends, and rhyme. Included in this packet are several image cards, full instructions, and even a cut out detective hat. In pairs, children take turns choosing a card from the pile, as they sound out part of the word, their partner attempts to figure out which word card they are holding.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 5 Views 33 Downloads
One Card Out
Remember the song, "One of These Things is not Like The Other?" Well, this phonemic awareness activity is just like that. The only difference is that learners work to determine which initial phoneme is not like the others on the chart. They say each word and place a NO symbol over the image that does not match the other two.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 15 Downloads
Pack a Backpack
This activity is really cute and perfect for the littlest learner. They word through a pile of picture cards and sort them based on their initial phoneme or sound. Kids are given two backpacks, each with a picture card on it, they search and match picture cards that have the same initial sound as the ones on each backpack.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 6 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 31 Downloads
Move and Tell
Build phonological awareness in your pre-readers with this fun game focused on isolating and identifying medial phonemes. This game board contains an image on each square, when the child lands on a square they must say the medial sound of the word they landed on.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 13 Downloads
Develop phonological awareness by challenging pupils to recognize final sounds in familiar words. Using magazines or other print resources, they search for pictures of words with the same final sound as a starter picture. Once they find one, they cut it out and paste it onto the corresponding circle.
K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 8 Downloads