New! Phonemic Awareness
For this phonemic awareness worksheet, 1st graders complete activities for basic reading and letter sounds. Students complete a series of worksheets, consisting of eightenn matching and eight fill in the blank responses.
Pirate Lesson Plan: Give Me an RRR/Seven C's
Kindergarten and first-graders practice counting syllables and develop phonemic awareness of the R and C sounds by singing “Give Me an RRR” and “Seven C’s.” A list of activities, vocabulary, assessment options, and the lyrics for the two songs are included in the detailed plan.
What's It Say?
The skills of decoding, word recognition, oral reading, phonemic awareness, and writing are all covered in this terrifc language arts lesson for 1st graders. In it, pupils discover that letters are written symbols for sounds. They work with print to help them read words, retell a story, and create one of their own. This lesson has everything you need in it for successful implementation. A rich educational experience, for sure!
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. They place a counter in each box to represent the phonetic segment they say. Fish is broken into /fi/ /i/ /sh/ so it gets three counters. A great activity to build strong phonetic awareness.
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. In the case of a tie, they play the round similarly to war. Note kids may not know what some of these images are, and this may cause discrepancy among partners. Consider displaying the cards with labels somewhere in the classroom. Cards include two, three, four, five, and six-phoneme words.
Introducing Phonemic Awareness Using Oral and Written Instruction
First graders demonstrate their ability to read with fluency, accuracy, and comprehension through phonemic awareness. They use a color-coding system to master the long and short vowel sounds and develop their skills in listening and comprehending.
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.
Improving Elementary Reading Literacy
Students enhance their literary skills through phonemic awareness. In this reading development lesson, students read several storybooks and analyze the phonetics, vocabulary, and overall story. The students then rewrite what they have heard and act out the story in a skit.
Phonemic Awareness With Technology
Students demonstrate how changing the initial sound of a word will change the whole word. They observe a teacher demonstration on how to click and drag on the computer, and explore various phonemic awareness websites and play online phonics games.
Phonemic Awareness, Say It and Move It
Pupils clap and count sounds when saying different words. In this phonemic awareness lesson plan, students move bingo chips around when hearing a certain number of sounds in words.
Scholars participate in activities to increase phonemic awareness. They are assessed and play games related to phonemic awareness. Then they participate in a turtle talk and Itty Bitty Bit game. Games and activities are given.
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- Sabrina F., Special Education Teacher
- Fairfax, VA