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*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity

*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
*FREE* - Blend & Color: Summer Compound Words - Phonological Awareness Activity
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Research shows that incorporating phonological awareness activities into traditional speech intervention can improve phoneme awareness, articulation, and reading (Gillon, 2000).

Can students blend the words together to make a compound word?

This activity is perfect for targeting compound words during the summer. The following words are included:

beachball
surfboard
inner-tube
sandcastle
seashell
seagulls
sunblock
swimsuits
sandcastle
sunglasses
sailboat
starfish

Instructions:

Cut along the dotted line. Give the bottom sheet to the student. Say each part of the compound words below and ask students to blend the words together to make a word that describes something in the summer scene. Ask them to say the compound word aloud and color the appropriate picture.

SLP Tip:

Use goldfish to help students visualize the segmentation of each word. Push the goldfish together to represent the blending of each word.

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Gillon, G. T. (2000). The Efficacy of Phonological Awareness Intervention for Children With Spoken Language Impairment. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 31, 126-141.
Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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