# “Phon” Book. LISTENING FOR BEGINNING SOUNDS: Willaby Wallaby Woo Willaby Wallaby Woo. An elephant sat on you. Willaby Wallaby we. An elephant sat on me.

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“Phon” Book

LISTENING FOR BEGINNING SOUNDS: Willaby Wallaby Woo Willaby Wallaby Woo. An elephant sat on you. Willaby Wallaby we. An elephant sat on me. Willaby Wallaby ________. An elephant sat on _______. (Fill in first blank with Waty, 2nd blank with Katy). Students listen and fill in the student's name in the second blank. It can be put on a chart later to write student names with a dry erase marker & then read with an elephant pointer. We have elephant house shoes, so we read with our feet. *Use your Sound Muncher with this activity.

SYLLABLE SEGMENTATION: Clapping word parts A fun literacy center activity is to put on gloves or mittens, take objects from a bag, and clap the word parts. Some objects in the bag are: dinosaur, penguin, leaf. We also clap syllables during shared and interactive writing.

SYLLABLE SEGMENTATION Clapping Number Parts Put foam, plastic, or numbers on cards in a small sack. Decorate sack with numbers cut out from the newspaper. Students reach in, draw out a number, then clap the syllables. Continue until all numbers have been drawn. Extend further by sorting into groups by one, two, or three syllables. I'm using foam numbers for 1-10 & paper numbers for 11 through 20. My students need practice identifying the teen numbers, so this is a way to integrate number recognition with literacy. MODEL, MODEL, MODEL before putting into a center.

If you think you know this word, shout it out! If you think you know this word, shout it out! If you think you know this word, Then tell me what you've heard, If you think you know this word, shout it out! The teacher says a segmented word such as /k/- /a/-/t/, and the children respond by saying the blended word

Do it when it rhymes When you hear a word that rhymes with your name, you can go get your coat. But watch out ‘cause I’m going to try to trick you! I’m going to start with your name, Sam. Hat, Sam…..Sun, Sam….Jam, Sam.

Clean Up “I Spy” At cleanup time play rhyming “I Spy” or “I See”… “I see something that needs to be put away that rhymes with willow. What could it be?” (Pillow) Have the children be the leaders in the rhyming game described above at cleanup or snack time.

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