Thank you so much for viewing this quick little intervention set. It was designed to engage the students in a brief session of phoneme identity. Directions for use are included.
*picture strip cards from pack that are laminated and cut out (you will cut 5 strips across on each page you print with each strip having the 4 pictures across it from that row).
How to use:
Say: I am going to say a word. Then, I will say more words. I want you to tell me which of the words have the same first sound. For example, if I say which word has the same first sound as book: hat, ball, marker ____________. (The child should say ball.) The teacher will read the words from a sentence strip to the child. Each time the child gets the sound correct, give them the card to hold as a reward.
This could even be done as a game in a small group.
Continue doing this intensely with the remaining syllable cards for about 5 minutes or so.
Use again daily if possible until the student has a firm understanding of phoneme identity.
There are 25 strips in all!
This is a skill needed for the Phonological Awareness Skill Test (P.A.S.T) – Skill #10
Other P.A.S.T kits available with more to come soon!