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Sunday, August 26, 2012


d.  Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (CVC) words.

Body Touch - Blend words touching parts of the body.  Touch the head as you say the beginning sound in the word.  Touch the stomach as you say the middle sound.  Touch the feet as you say the final sound.  Quickly move from head to feet and blend the sounds.  Next, challenge children to isolate where they hear the sound.
For example:  Where do you hear the /p/ in cap?  (Children touch toes.)

Letter Tin - Place magnetic letters inside a cookie tin.  On the inside cover make three lines with a permanent marker.  Have the children take out the letters and place them around the lid.  Call out a sound and have the children select that letter and place it on the first line in the lid.  Call out a second sound.  Call out a third sound.  Blend the sounds and read the word.
Hint!  Adapt the number of letters to the ability of the students.
*Store small magnetic letters in a breath mint tin.
*Let children use magnetic letters on a cookie sheet.
Unifix Cubes - Place dot stickers on unifix cubes.  Write letters on the dots.
Children can use these for constructing words.