Block8list5. Patti's Activities. The Task Children identify the beginning, middle, and ending sounds in words. For example, "What is the ending sound in pig? " What sound do you hear in the middle of cat? " Activities Tricky Rhyming Riddles Using Onset and Rime Ask children riddles that require them to manipulate sounds in their heads. The easiest are the ones that ask for endings.
The next easiest are the ones that ask for a single consonant substitution at the beginning. SIPPS. SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) is a program for new and struggling readers from kindergarten through 12th grade. SIPPS instructional materials offer a systemic approach to decoding that helps students gain reading fluency and comprehension. For younger students, the program provides the kind of structure and systemic lessons that beginning readers need.
For older students and teens, the SIPPS program uses age-appropriate reading materials that help them acquire the skills they must have to read grade-level texts and understand content-level vocabulary. The SIPPS program also incorporates the best practices for teaching English Language Learners and provides follow-up support and professional development for teachers. New Digital Tools and Teacher Support for 2013 The 2013 edition of the SIPPS program has new features to support your instruction, including: Find Out More Learn more about what’s new in SIPPS for 2013 | Purchasing options | Phonological Awareness.
Age: Preschool-Kindergarten 1. Hot Potato The children will all sit in a circle on the floor. Provide them with a small basket with simple picture cards in it. Begin passing the basket around when music starts playing. After a few seconds, stop the music. Have the child who is holding the basket reach in and pull out a picture. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Age: Preschool-Kindergarten 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. (Teacher Verse) ~ What’s the last sound that you hear? (Student Response) ~ /g/ is the sound that I hear, ~ That I hear, that I hear. ~ /g/ is the sound that I hear ~ At the end of dog. Age: Kindergarten-First Grade 1. 2. 3. 4. Using ten pairs of cards with familiar 3-sound pictures on them, shuffle the cards, turn them over in a 4X5 grid and play a game of Memory with the cards.
. - Materials 5. Irvine Unified School District: Phonemic Awareness Activities for 4-5-6 Year Olds. FAMILY LITERACY PROJECT Phonemic Awareness Activities for 4-5-6 Year Olds Research has shown repeatedly that phonemic awareness is a powerful predictor of success in learning to read. (Reading Program Advisory: Teaching Reading pp. 4-5)Phonemic Awareness is more highly related to reading than are tests of general intelligence. (Stanovich, 1996)What is it? Ex: Parent claps hands, snaps fingers, and stomps feet. Child opens eyes. Parent says, "First you heard ______. Continue listening game using the following: animal sounds (moo, oink, quack) color words familiar items (tree, grass, truck) letters of alphabet sounds of alphabet "b-a-t" Rhyming Awareness Read and teach your child Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes Substitute rhyming words. Ex: Hickory, dickory, dock The mouse ran up the clock.
Continue above substitute rhyming with multiple nursery rhymes and Dr. Parent: "di..no..saur" Child: "dinosaur" Parent: "al..pha...bet" Child: "alphabet" Parent: "tel…e…vi…sion" Child: "television"