Teach Me Phoneme Segmetation

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Teach Me Phoneme Segmetation

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Are you looking for some great games that can be used to teach your students or homeschool students how to segment phonemes with fluency, the essential precursor to decoding? You will love this great packet!

Games include:
Fingerprint CVC Words
The Big Game
BAM
Boo!
Simon Says Segmenting
Floating Sounds
Ladybug Dance
Santa Gets Dressed

“Great purchase! I printed everything off and prepped all the games. Put everything in its own sheet protector and placed in a binder. Now I just pull out a game and it is ready to go. What are the three greatest things about Kindergarten Kiosk purchases.... 1) educationally top notch (Kathy knows her stuff and knows how to effectively teach the concepts while the kids are having a great time.) 2) LOVE that the games...because that what they all are...are scripted! They can be handed to a parent volunteer or sub and away they go! 3) time tested (research based :) ) These are the very same games that Kathy has used for years, they weren't just made up and published quickly to make a few extra dollars. They are TIMELESS! I've loved EVERY purchased from Kindergarten Kiosk and look forward to many years ahead of using these resources.”

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Games include:

Simon Says Blending

School Supply Hunt

Floating Sounds

Ladybug Dance

Santa Gets Dressed

Boo

BAM

The Big Game

Super interactive and fun activities!
Love this activity for the Kinders who are ready for it right now. Sometimes hard to meet the needs of the students who are ready earlier than the others.
This is a great resource, just what I needed for my targeted instruction. Thank you!
Thanks - this is just what I needed :)