Phoneme Segmenting Worksheets:
X Gets The Mark
- Break this one into parts. This one waits for the sound to fall out of the word.
Touch a Square
- A simple letter change really throws a wretch into the system. How many sounds are in the word?
Square It Up!
- We ask you how many sounds there are in words. The first one is an "L" as in "Larry".
X Gets The Square
- Mark and square aren't too different. At least we try. Common stuff you will see around the house.
Extra Sounds -
Spelling the sounds of words is tough. That is tape and a crown, not a king. Are there 3 or 4 sounds in the word?
- What is the vowel's sound in the word? The first one is soap. Many students see the bubbles and get confused.
- Make sure to see the sound that comes from each colored box. This is not that straight forward.
- Touch a box for each sound this will help you bring the word to life. There is purple, green, red, and black to choose from.
What Line Has
The Sound? - Write the missing letter(s) in the yellow circle. Also note where there is a complete lack of hearing anything.
Xtra Lines - Mark all the extra lines that do not hold a sound. Write the missing letter(s) in the yellow circle.
Circ Pics - Circle the two pictures in each group that have the same number of sounds.
How Many Sounds?
- Circle the two pictures in each group that have the same number of sounds.
Words Will Rhyme
- Words will rhyme when they have the same vowel and ending sounds.
- You will need to spend some time evaluating all the pictures. They will be clear, if you take your time. Many people speed through this and then it is a mess.