These Phonemic Awareness Tasks come in a perfect packet to hand out to parents at parent teacher conferences when they say "I don't know what to do with my child at home."
Each page has 7-10 questions to ask children to help build their phonemic awareness. While a student will quickly work through each page the questions are meant as suggestions and a place for parents to start.
Examples of questions are:
Is there a /t/ in bite?
What word would you have if we put these sounds together? /p/ /o/ /t/
What is the first sound in red?
What would would be left if you took the /f/ from fox?
Do cop and car begin with the same sound? If so, what is it?
What sounds do you hear in the word pan?
How many sounds do you hear in the word puppy?
What sound do you hear in the word kit that is missing in it?
What word starts with a different beginning sound?
band, nail, blue, box
What sound do you hear at the end of hill?