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CCSS ELA-Literacy RF.k.2.d Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
Are your students working on pre-reading, phonemic (phonological) awareness skills? This product will help your students to identify initial sounds, medial / vowel sounds, and/or final sounds in words. This will also help students who are having vowel confusion, letter recognition confusion (b, d, p for instance), and/or letter sound confusion (/y/ and /w/ for instance).
54 task cards (36 short vowel, 12 long vowel, and 6 vowel teams (ar, ow, ou, ir, ur).
Each card can be used to find the first sound, medial / vowel sound, and/or final sound in words.
They can be used during your ELA RTI block, at an independent center, or for early finishers.
Eager to put these to use ASAP in your classroom?
No problem… just print and slide each page into a plastic sheet protector. Give students dry erase or vis-à-vis markers to circle their answers.
This activity is about hearing the sounds and therefore the letter choices may NOT match the sounds. For example, in the word “gem” students will select the letter “j” because the first sound is /j/. The long vowel cards will help first grade students choose vowel spellings. I have included a special note in the preview if you want to read more. If you have any questions, please message me.
If you’re looking for something different, which also supports CCSS and helps your students develop phonological awareness, check out my other products: Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Game
and First Sound Fluency Boogie