Phoneme Segmentation Activities

Tara West
Grade Levels
K - 1st, Homeschool
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Segmenting words into individual sounds is critical for successful decoding!

Phoneme segmentation is a technique for building phonemic awareness in which students break words into sounds- - saying each sound separately as they stretch out the word. Ie. Teacher asks, “How many sounds are there in the word frog?” Students says, “/f/ /r/ /o/ /g/....4 sounds!”

In this packet you will find activities that incorporate phoneme segmentation in more of a “hands on” way. These activities can be used during small group time or use these activities whole-class!

Inside the packet:

Pages 3-89 Sound Boxes with Guided Picture {Color/B&W versions}

Pages 90-95 Stretching Sounds on the Highway

Pages 96-102 Blank Sound Boxes {multiple versions}

Pages 103-108 Phoneme Segmentation Cards

Pages 108-114 Onset & Rime Cards

Pages 115-123 Phoneme Segmentation Stretchers

Pages 124-146 Phoneme Segmentation 3-in-a-row {3 versions}

Pages 147-151 Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Sheets

Pages 152-153 Phoneme Segmentation Daily Routine & Word List

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