Provide your students with engaging and fun phoneme isolation activities for final consonant blends.
These phonemic awareness activities for ending digraphs are great for your students to practice isolating the sounds in their spelling words. And when they’re feeding the farm animals final consonant digraphs, your students will be having so much fun that they don’t realize they’re practicing phoneme isolation!
These phoneme isolation activities have a cute farm theme.
Your students will love helping the farmers feed their hungry farm animals the correct spelling of short vowel words. By isolating phonemes in the ending digraphs, your students will be able to read and write new words with ease.
Phoneme isolation is knowing that a word is made up of a sequence of sounds and that the individual sounds in words can be differentiated from one another. Beginning sound isolation activities are a great way to help students develop their phoneme isolation skills. When a student can isolate the sounds in a word, they are on their way to building a strong phonemic foundation.
Included In The Phoneme Isolation Activities:
Each spelling skill has 30 color and B&W printable pages per spelling skill to practice:
• Reading the word.
• Isolating and identifying the sounds in the words.
• Matching pictures to the final consonant digraphs.
• Matching the beginning phoneme (onset) to the end of the word (rime).
Each digital spelling activity has:
• Audio support on every slide.
• Movable words and pictures to match the sounds to the correct word.
• Similar spelling choices to make students think about the whole word.
• Phoneme isolation practice.
• Reward slides to celebrate a job well done.
How Can I Use This For Phonemic Awareness In My Classroom?
• Print and laminate the puzzle pieces for students to match the onset and the rime of the words. Great to figure out the sounds in each word!
• Use the picture and word cards as matching games like “Memory” or “Go Fish”
• Print the animals with the open mouth and paste them onto a paper bag. Students take turns feeding the correct word or picture card to the animal.
• Hand out a picture card to students to see if they can find a partner with the same beginning, middle, or ending sounds.
• Use the cut and paste pages and color by code worksheets as a no-prep way to practice short vowel CVC words.
Final Consonant Digraphs Included:
-ch: peach, witch, watch, torch, branch, bench, beach, couch
-th: moth, tooth, bath, math
-sh: fish, brush, trash, flash, bush, cash, dish, lash
-ck: truck, duck, block, sock, brick, check, clock, chick
Each digital platform is different and allows for a different amount of slides and activities. This product has the maximum number of slides allowed based on the platform’s specifications.
Boom Learning is self-checking which saves you time on grading.
Google Slides: 27
Boom Learning: 27
The best part? This phonemic awareness activity is so engaging that your students won’t realize how hard they are working to isolate the phonemes in their spelling words! You’ll start seeing an improvement in their identification and isolation of the sounds in their words in no time. This is an easy activity to prep, and you’ll have it for years to come.
Teachers Like You Said:
Mary A. said, “My students loved the card games. It was great to have so many variations and activities.”
Elizabeth T. said, “I loved how many different activities there are in this product to help my students identify sounds! Thank you for a fun resource!”
RF.1.2 – Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
RF.1.2b – Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant blends.
RF.1.2.c – Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
RF.1.3 – Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
RF.1.3a – Know the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs.
RF.1.3b – Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
RF.2.3 – Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
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