Phonemic awareness. Kindergarten.
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Digraphs and a Freebie! - A Teeny Tiny Teacher
Well, I sure hope that everyone is officially on Thanksgiving break now. I couldn’t believe how many teachers had to teach all three days this week. I think that’s really rude. If you ask me. Just saying. I haven’t been doing a whole lot of anything which is just the way I like to spend my …
Multisensory Monday: H Brothers Digraphs - Orton-Gillingham Weekly
The H Brothers activity is a fun way to introduce your students to digraphs. Remember, digraphs are two sounds coming together to make an entirely new single sound. Because this is sometimes a confusing concept for kids, multisensory props and gestures are crucial. Below are a few ideas to get you started: CH: wear a Continue Reading
Phoneme Segmentation & Blending Made Easy
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!
Spring Activity - Beginning Letter Sounds for Speech Therapy
Spring Beginning Letter Clip Cards is a great activity for literacy stations or for early finishers. It allows children to engage their pre-reading skills (phonemic awareness) by identifying beginning letter sounds of various images. It is also perfect for children with Autism and a Special Education classroom. #spring #clipcards #beginningsound #sped #autism #specialeducation #speechtherapy #tpt #teacherspayteachers
Phonemic Awareness Activities On the Go! - Make Take & Teach
The Big Box of Phonemic Awareness Activities. Over 500 pictures designed to teach syllables, rhyme, beginning sounds, onset-rime, phoneme isolation and segmentation. Common core aligned. Activity cards. Just grab the tote and you're ready to go!
Sarah's First Grade Snippets
These phonemic awareness activities are perfect for intervention groups or small groups of kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students who are developing their phonemic awareness skills. Skills include: rhyming, phoneme segmenting, phoneme blending, isolating medial sounds, initial sound identification, initial sound sorting, phoneme deletion, phoneme adding, substituting phonemes, phonemic awareness assessment, phonemic awareness games, and picture cards to use with any activity.