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Monday, May 5, 2014

Phoneme Substitution and Teacher Appreciation Sale!

Phoneme substitution has proven to be quite challenging for my kindergartners. We play a quick oral substitution game every day, but I still see some students taking a bit longer to come up with the right answer. So, I made these phoneme substitution cards for my word work station. Students can practice this skill on their own during station time.


Students read each card like a word problem and solve it on the mat. I laminated the cards so they could write on them with dry erase, but they also have the choice of using letter tiles or beads. This fun activity has proved to be VERY helpful in practicing this skill.

 I made 51 cards for substituting initial sounds, 75 cards for medial sounds, and 54 cards for final sounds, for a total of 180 cards! That's a lot of practicing!

Click the link below to find this in my store...

In other news, my entire teaching store will be 20% off May 6-7 in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week!


Just click the button above to start shopping!
Don't forget to use the code TPTXO when you check out to save another 10%!

I hope you have a very special Teacher Appreciation Week!
Mine started off perfect...
Breakfast, chocolates, gift cards, and lots of sweet sentiments!

6 comments:

  1. i was curious where you purchased your letter tiles, the yellow ones you are placing on the cards. Thanks

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    1. I purchased them at my local teaching store. They are magnetic and the children love using them.

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  2. Wow! Love this blog and am so glad I have found you. Will be sharing this resource with all my teacher friends.

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  3. I'm so excited to have found your blog. You have so many useful ideas that I can use.

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  4. Thank you so much for this opportunity !!!!

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