Phonological and Phonemic Awareness | Rhyming and Blending Words

Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we will be talking more about Phonological and Phonemic Awareness II –  Rhyming and Blending Words. I am trusting that you are going to enjoy the class!

Phonological and Phonemic Awareness | Rhyming and Blending Words

Listening for the Same Sounds:

Listening for the Same Sounds

Imagine that you have your special listening ears on. Listen carefully to words and see if you can find words that start with the same sound. 

For example, “cat” and “cake” start with the same sound, just like your cool, cat, and cap! Can you think of other words that start with the same sound?

Rhyming Words:

Rhyming Words

Rhyming words are like word buddies that sound similar at the end. 

Can you find words that rhyme with “cat”? How about “hat” and “bat”? They rhyme because they end with the same sound. You can add more rhyming words to the list.

Beginning and End Sounds: Let’s focus on the sounds at the beginning and end of words. 

What sound does “dog” start with? It is /d/ right? Good. And what about the sound at the end of “sun”? It is /n/, correct? You’re like sound detectives!

Blending Sounds:

Blending Sounds Primary 1

We’re going to be sound magicians now! Put together the sounds of “c,” “a,” and “t.” What word do you get? That’s right, “cat”! Try blending “s,” “u,” and “n” to get “sun.”

Breaking Sounds Apart: Now, let’s be sound explorers! Can you break the word “pot” into separate sounds? It’s like taking apart a puzzle. P – O – T. You did it!

Rhyme Time: Let’s play a game. I’ll say a word, and you tell me a word that rhymes with it. Ready? “Hop.” What rhymes with “hop”? Great job, “top”!

Remember, by playing with sounds, you’re becoming super readers and writers! Keep practising, and soon you’ll be masters of sounds in words. 

We have come to the end of today’s class. Hope you enjoyed the  Phonological and Phonemic Awareness | Rhyming and Blending Words class.

In our next class, we will be talking in detail about Phonemic Awareness, where we will be singing fun songs and reciting cool rhymes together.

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