Phonological Awareness & Final Consonant Deletion - g, d, t, p

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PreK - 4th
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This activity can be used to target phonemic and/or graphemic awareness and it can also be modified to target final consonant deletion. This packet includes:

-5 pages to demonstrate the concept “the end”
-1 page of visuals to demonstrate sound "nicknames"
-8 pages of bubbles containing CVCs with the final g, t, d, or p sound
-4 sorting mats to match the words with their ending sound
1 page of pictures (CVCs) to practice identifying the final sound
-2 pages of incomplete CVC words that are to be completed using the provided letter tiles
-2 pages of letter tiles
-templates for making "end sound buttons"
Suggested use:

Use the first four pages to illustrate the concept of a letter or sound being at the end of a word.

For phonemic awareness:
-Cut out all of the bubbles from all four pages and do not let the student see them. Mix them up and read them aloud one at a time and have the student listen to the sound that comes at the end of the word. When they identify the sound correctly, they can glue the bubble on the appropriate page (the page that has the wand with the corresponding letter).
-Use the letter tiles to manipulate the sounds in the CVC words provided. Practice saying each word with it’s new ending and talk about how the meaning of the word has changed.

For graphemic awareness:
-Cut out all of the bubbles from all four pages and place them facing up on a table. Read the word with the student and have them indicate the end sound. Then, have them glue it on the paper that has the corresponding letter. Talk about the meaning of the new word.

For final consonant deletion:
-Have the student repeat the words on each page, emphasizing the target ending sound. It can be helpful to give the ending phonemes a fun nickname, like the “popping” sound for /p/ or the “drum” sound for /d/. When the word/target sound is produced correctly, glue it on the corresponding page.
-Use the letter tiles to form new words for practice. Practice changing the ending sounds and talking about how that gives the word a new meaning. It might be helpful to have a few items or pictures to match some of the target words. For example, pig, hat, top, bed, etc.
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