Cut & Paste
Students read the word in the box, then change the ending to whatever letter is in the star at the top of the worksheet. They say their new word then find the picture of the new word and glue in the box.
Example: read the word "lip." Look at the star at the top. This sheet has a /d/. I change the beginning sound in lip to a /d/ sound. My new word is lid. Now I find the picture of the lid and glue it in the space with the word lip.
Addresses Kindergarten Common Core Standards:
--CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.1b Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
--CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.2e Add or substitute individual sounds (phonemes) in simple, one-syllable words to make new words.
--1 cut/paste activity page completed as a sample!!
--1 blank template to make your own. This is a digital version that you can edit. You can copy/paste your own clipart into the boxes at the bottom and type your own words into the grid at the top.
--1 informational page that lists the common core standards this activity addresses. Although this sheet is nothing fancy, you could easily post this at a center or in your classroom when teaching.
NOTE: This will be a Microsoft PowerPoint file. You will need this program installed on your computer for you to use my product.
See my other listings for more phoneme manipulation! I have listed sets of completed beginning sound substitution & ending sound substitution cut/paste sheets.