This resource was designed to help your pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students develop phonemic awareness. Through skill-based practice, they will work to identify and isolate initial, medial, and final sounds of common CVC words.
This resource includes 5 different suggested activities, each with 3 options for differentiation. Each will help your students develop the phonemic awareness skills to isolate and pronounce initial consonants, medial vowels, and final consonant sounds, along with developing the ability to segment words, too. The activities are the same, and only the objective changes. I have heard from COUNTLESS teachers that repetitive activities are extremely helpful in student independence during RTI, small group, work stations, or literacy centers. This familiarity allows students to become proficient and teachers to be hands-off.
Because so many students struggle with phonemic awareness and phonics, these activities would be perfect for incorporating into RTI. While they’re designed for independence, you could certainly pull a small group of students and use these activities as a Tier 2 intervention. Be sure to keep your data! Also note, this resource is based on best practice, not a researched-based program.
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