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Pound the Sound: a sensory sound game for preschoolers

Pound the Sound game for preschoolers to help learn letter sounds.

Cute, Fun and Motivating phoneme segmentation activity. I'd add a fourth block and do this for some fun kinesthetic rhythmic dictation. Jump from beat to beat and count the # of sounds.

Bead slides can help your students with phonemic awareness! Instead of shoelaces, I will use pipe cleaners and pony beads. Students slide a bead over for each sound they hear in a word - segmenting.

Easy to ability level. From "find the blue block" to "find a word that starts with the letter p" to "find a word that is a type of food," etc! And coloring the rice could be a whole other activity!

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Alphabet Sounds Activity for Playful Phonemic Awareness

alphabet sounds buckets, fill with things that make the correct letter sound fun way to start phonemic awareness

You simply write letters on plastic cups (I, of course, used Red Solo Cups). I can easily switch any of the sounds out and my student can blend the new word. It works on real words and nonsense words

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Pound-a-Sound

Pound-a-Sound: A phonemic awareness activity for kinesthetic learners!

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Stamp it Up!

stamping beginning sounds