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  • Tammi Lee

    Doggie, Where's my Bone? for Teaching Sound Isolation

  • Yusra Millenbaugh

    great ideas to use for phonological awareness- have student place the bone for the position of a given sound.

  • Karly Hauptman

    Cute and FREE phonemic awareness activities to use during your small group instruction - Lots of good ideas!

  • Virginia Nolland

    Classroom Freebies: Doggie, Where's My Bone? Phonemic Awareness Freebie!

  • Tish Neilson

    Classroom Freebies Too: Two "Doggone" Cute Phonemic Awareness Activities

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Good resource site. I have this site saved for reference @ school. Handy for parents & teachers

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There are a few wonderful things about this activity.  First of all, it teaches left-to-right orientation, which is an important pre-reading skill.  Secondly, it is great for teaching phonemic awareness and encouraging the child to blend the word together at the end