Recognize words that have the same beginning, middle, and ending sounds. 0101.1.11
Links verified on 1/2/2015
- Beginning and ending sounds, plus digraphs - concentration style games
- Beginning Phonics - Listen to the beginning sound that you select and find the pictures that start with that letter.
- Blending words together - Blender says word and student must choose the beginning sounds and ending sounds separately to be blended together. This site is from BBC and makes it a bit difficult for some children to understand the words.
- Dositey - Dositey.com is an educational web site serving the students, teachers, and parents of the K-12 community. This is an index of their free activities.
- End Sounds - from Little Animals Activity Centre - Digby Mole's Word games (choose level 1, 2, or 3)
- First Sounds - from Little Animals Activity Centre - Digby Mole's Word games (choose level 1, 2, or 3)
- Lanolin's Greenhouse - Phonemic Segments - Deletion and Substitution - Click on the object that matches the new word with beginning letter replacement. (The pronunciation of letter phonemes on this site is one of the best I have seen on the web)
- Learn to Read - Easy to read stories that focus on a particular vowel sound along with quizzes on the same vowel. Long and short vowels included.15 separate stories and quizzes.
- Match beginning sound - type the beginning sound of each picture.
- Match of Mystery - match words that have the same middle vowel sounds
- Missing Word - The Word Dropping Cat - Listen to the sentence being said. Click on the missing word.
- Parrot the Words - Which Bird is Correct? - pick the bird that is saying the written word and drag the parrot over to the word.
- Paw Park: Sassy Seals - Match beginning sounds
- Pumpkin Patch - Phonemic Segments - Deletion and Substitution - Click on the object that matches the new phoneme without the beginning letter sound. Excellent practice for students that have a hard time hearing individual phonemic parts! (The pronunciation of letter phonemes on this site is one of the best I have seen on the web)
- Sound it out - Cat and the Words from the Hat - Click on the word that the cat says aloud. (warning-British accent may confuse some students)
- Target Tests and Target Lessons that Teach Phonics - print these and use as posters
- Use the Wordmaker from Read-Write-Think - select an ending sound then make words with that ending sound
- Word Families - create new words from word endings
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