Sound Changes

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Looking for an auditory approach to phoneme manipulation? You'll find everything you need here for an independent practice activity to get youngsters changing initial, medial, and final phonemes to create new words. They begin with a chart and a set of cut-out images (included). Listening to a recording or live voice, kids following directives for manipulating each word. For example, they take the word sock and remove the s, replacing it with an r to get rock. When they've figured out the new word, kids glue the new image beside the first image. The transcript is included here for you.

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Resource Details
2nd - 3rd
English Language Arts
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30 mins
Instructional Strategy
Differentiated Instruction
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