Beginning Sound Focus, Phonological Awareness, and Phonics Fun
We used the Turkey Wheel of Fun to find beginning sounds, letter id, and phonological awareness!
We have to turn the light off to see the turkey with the document camera.
Practice Phonemic Awareness Skill of Segmenting
- Spin spinner
- Say the name of the picture “glue”
- Teacher “listen as I say the sounds in glue.” /g/ /l/ /u/
- Teacher “Now you say the sounds in glue.”
- Students “/g/ /l/ /u/”
- Find g on response page and mark.
- Spin again.
|Click picture to check it out!|
We tried to lay on the floor to color but it is hard so we traded positions if we became too tired! Remember laying down to draw and write will build upper body strength! Info about building better writers CLICK HERE! The OT happened to walk in as we were coloring! Yeah! She thinks we are great!
Other FUN Phonological Awareness Activities for November
We practice singing our Pilgrim song! It helped us learn so many facts! We also tried to use sign language!
Boy, that is a lot to remember!
Making Native American Toys!
Stick, yarn, paper, and pipe cleaners!
We drew a Native American “word” on the front and back! (That one says friend!)
Then had to practice getting the circle pipe cleaner onto a horn!
Great eye hand coordination practice! Grab Fine and Gross Motor Ideas here!
Math Facts and Number Sense Thanksgiving Turkey Game
We even looked for turkeys hidden around the room to practice counting sets! This helps with learning math facts, counting, and number sense. Click the picture to check it out.
|Number Sense and Math Facts Practice|