Phoneme Substitutions of Initial Sounds in CVC Words

by the OG SLP

Price: 300 points or $3 USD

Subjects: phonologicalAwareness,phonics,readingSkills,eslVocab,reading,elaLanguage,englishSecondLanguage

Grades: 13,1,2

Description: Phonemic awareness skills help build a strong foundation for reading and spelling success. This deck helps build phonemic awareness skills for BEGINNING or INITIAL Sounds. Specifically, this set builds upon phoneme manipulation or phoneme substitution skills. Students must: - read/say the word at the top (ex. bug) - change the initial sounds according to the letters given (ex. b -> j) - identify the new word by choosing the correct picture (ex. jug) After identifying the correct picture, students move to the next card. Students will build their ability to identify beginning sounds as well as develop phoneme manipulation abilities, specifically substitutions (changing one sound in a word to create a new word). This activity aligns with the Science of Reading research and complements Orton-Gillingham lessons targeting CVC words. This deck is great practice for students building phonological awareness skills while building early decoding and encoding skills for CVC short vowel words.