“Guess My Word” was a popular choice this week. For this game my students take out a picture and then have their friend try to guess the letters in their word. It’s kind of like hangman without the hangman. ;) It’s been really great for my students who need help with phonemic awareness.
Phoneme segmentation & blending made easy with these tips and tricks for small group instruction! These are the perfect phonemic awareness activities for your guided reading lessons or literacy centers! Check out this color coded trick for teaching directionality and segmenting with CVC words!
Beginning Sounds are a great place to start when introducing phonemic awareness to your students. Teaching phonemic awareness sets a strong foundation for phonics and reading skills for beginning and struggling readers.
Here's a great resource for helping your kindergarten and first grade students develop phonemic awareness and further their letter-sound correspondence! This is a go-to for teachers for RTI and is simple and easy to add into your intervention time.
I love these letter sounds activities because they're not your typical worksheet. Print one for each letter, and help your child cover the pictures that start with that letter's sound. Great for pre-readers!
Use this little FREEBIE as a whole group phoneme substitution activity. Students could also use this with partners. Includes 20 cards, substituting beginning, middle, and end phonemes in words. I value and appreciate your feedback on this FREE ITEM! Interested in more ideas, freebies, and fun?