This activity is intended to help your students differentiate between beginning, medial, and ending sounds in words. This activity is intended for small group purposes, but of course can be used in a way that best fits your students. Included you will find:
Directions for Use and Teacher Script: You will see how to play and how to explain to students what you what them to do.
Word Worm and Apple Counters: The worm is divided into 3 parts so students can show where they hear sounds. Students will place an Apple Counter in the first box for beginning sounds, in the second box for middle, and the last box for ending sounds.
Word Lists: This list includes words to help students listen for beginning, middle, and ending sounds for each letter of the alphabet.
Beginning, Middle, and Ending Matching Game: Your small group will love this matching game! Give each student a letter. Hold up a picture and ask who has the letter that makes the beginning, middle, or ending sound. If you want them to practice writing letters have them write the letter they hear on a dry erase board instead.
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