Phoneme Substitution is a strategy that helps develop phonemic awareness
. Students manipulate spoken words by substituting specific phonemes for others. Although it takes place orally using direct and explicit instruction, it is helpful to reinforce this skill through games and activities.
I created these phoneme substitution cards to help my students practice this skill during small groups and center time.
The cards include initial, medial, and final phoneme substitution practice.
Here is what's included:
✅51 cards for beginning sounds substitution
✅75 cards for medial sounds
✅54 cards for ending sounds
✅Several different recording sheets
⭐There are a total of 180 cards in color and black and white.
Just print, laminate, and cut out the cards. Students can write the new words on each card using dry erase markers, or use letter tiles or beads to make the words. Since there are no images accompanying the words, the children will also benefit from practicing segmenting and blending.
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