Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}

Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}
Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}
Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}
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Road sounds is a great phoneme segmentation activity. Phoneme segmentation is a technique for building phonemic awareness in which students break words into sounds- - saying each sound separately as they stretch out the word. For example the teacher asks, “How many sounds are there in the word cat?” The students says, “/c/ /a/ /t/ ... 3 sounds.”

While using Road Sounds the teacher dictates the word and the students drive their car as they state each sound within the word. After practicing in a small group setting this would be a great Literacy Center activity. This activity is to be used with actual toy cars which you can purchase at the dollar store.

There are two roads provided -- one solid road and one split road for students who still need to see the parts of the word.
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Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}
Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}
Road Sounds {phoneme segmentation activity}