Kindergarten - Beginning And Ending Sounds

 
     
 
     
 
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Letter and Word Sounds
Beginning and ending sounds
Distinguish orally stated one-syllable words and separate into beginning or ending sounds.
Know how to identify syllable. Recognize one syllable words. Separate words into beginning middle and ending sounds. Know how to isolate blends.
 

Sample Problems

(1)

How many claps will it take to say a one syllable word?

(2)

Is bed a one syllable word? How do you know?

(3)

Is trouble a one syllable word? How do you know?

(4)

Give me an example o a one syllable word.

Extra Help Problems

(1)

Parent to ask questions orally.


Listen to the following words: cat, rat, vat

Is the beginning or ending sound different? Repeat the words.

(2)

Listen to the following words: sit, hit split

Is the beginning or ending sound different? Repeat the words.

(3)

Listen to the following words: pen, when , then

Is the beginning or ending sound different? Repeat the words.

(4)

Listen to the following words: rod, cod, sod

Is the beginning or ending sound different? Repeat the words.

(5)

Listen to the following words: mug, rug, shrug

Is the beginning or ending sound different? Repeat the words.

(6)

Listen to the following words: slip, slam, slob

Is the beginning or ending sound the same? Repeat the words.

(7)

Listen to the following words: crash, crab, crib

Is the beginning or ending sound the same? Repeat the words.

(8)

Listen to the following words: plant, hunt, grunt

Is the beginning or ending sound the same? Repeat the words.

(9)

Listen to the following words: toy, soy, joy

Is the beginning or ending sound the same? Repeat the words.

(10)

Listen to the following words: shin, shop, show

Is the beginning or ending sound the same? Repeat the words.

 

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