Help kids learn how to identify the number of phoneme sounds in a words with this cute game! This would be great in a literacy center or used to prepare students for phoneme segmentation fluency (PSF) for Dibels. This is included in my Butterfly Themed Literacy and Math Activities
How to play:
Print a game board for each student or one for a small group. You will also need to provide students with a game piece. The first player draws a card, tells how many sounds are in the word, and then moves that many spaces. Each caterpillar is one spot. The first player to get to the butterfly is the winner!
2 sounds: pie, egg, bee, tie, two
3 sounds: watch, boot, tape, map, hat
sun, cake, fish, pig, kite, moon, bat
4 sounds: giraffe, flag, taco, ghost,
clock, cookie, snail
Here are other games for phoneme segmentation practice.
St. Patrick's Day Phoneme Segmentation
Fall Phoneme Segmentation
Snowy Sounds (phoneme segmentation game)
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