Phoneme Isolation Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.2

Core Standard

A fundamental skill that helps readers sound out words is the use of phoneme isolation. As the name indicates, this technique is used to locate where a sound appears in a word. Once students have mastered this skill being able to sound out most words, is just around the corner. Students that have a knack for this skill can tell if a sound is in the front, middle, or end of a word. Students that have difficulty with this technique will still understand if a sound is located within a word, they just won’t be able to provide you with the location of that sound.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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