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Kindergarten rhymes, syllables, & sounds

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Megan Reichman

on 26 October 2012

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Transcript of Kindergarten rhymes, syllables, & sounds

Reading: Foundation Skills Standard 2-Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables & sounds.

a. Recognize and produce rhyming words.
b. Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.
c. Blend and segment onsets and rimes of single syllable spoken words.
d. Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in three phoneme (CVC) words.
e. Add or substitute individual sounds in simple, one-syllable words to make new words. What are rhyming words? RHYMING WORDS are two or more words that sounds the same at the end of each word. EXAMPLE: The DOG got lost in the FOG. How do you find SYLLABLES in words? CLAP it out! Words are made up of chunks of sounds, or SYLLABLES. Each "beat" is one syllable. Some words have one syllables, some words have more than one syllable. Two syllable word...
clap it out. Three syllable word...
clap it out. ONE syllable word...
clap it out. CAT The hungry CAT wants a treat. GIGGLE My silly friend makes me GIGGLE. BANANA The crazy monkey wants a BANANA. Now that you know what a SYLLABLE is... Where is the ONSET and RIME in the syllable? Other rhyming words.. The FAT CAT in the HAT SAT on a MAT! The girl needed a COAT on the BOAT Words do not have to look the same to rhyme... NATE likes to SKATE and he is GREAT. (cat) (gi-ggle) (ba-na-na) Words are split into two parts, onsets and rimes. An ONSET in the initial consonant blend before the vowel. A RIME is a vowel and any consonant that follows the onset. PIG PIG The PIG is stinky.
P is the ONSET. The PIG is stinky.
IG is the RIME. Consonant-Vowel-Consonant One syllable words that are made up of a consonant, then a vowel, then another consonant. CONSONANT-VOWEL-CONSONANT words are just like a consonant sandwich with a vowel in the middle! VET My puppy was sick, but the VET made him feel better. Jog My friend and I went for a long JOG. FUN I'm ready to have some FUN! DAD My DAD is funny and he makes me laugh. MIT I can't find my baseball MIT! Add sounds to words to make new words! The word "take" can become "mistake"
mis+take=mistake absent ab+sent= absent I missed my friend because she was ABSENT from school. dressed dress+ed= dressed I love getting DRESSED because I love clothes. player I am a soccer PLAYER. play+er= player CLAP TO THE BEAT! I made a MISTAKE on my math test. sleeping sleep+ing= sleeping Shhh, the baby is sleeping. THE END!
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