This is a quick, easy to prep activity to help students practice phoneme substitution and CVC words by changing the beginning sounds in words. Students will learn to manipulate spoken words by substituting the beginning sounds to make a new word.
Students will read the CVC word on the card and then change the beginning sound to spell a new word that matches the picture. They will use a dry erase marker to write the word, and then wipe it off when finished.
Just print, laminate, and cut out the activity cards. Students can write the new words on each card using dry erase markers (you could also use letter tiles to make the words).
This packet includes:
-7 sets of activity cards (Activity cards are color coded for easy organization)
-2 “I Can” visual direction pages to promote independence
-Recording sheets to hold students accountable for their work (optional)
-Answer Key for easy checking
-Additional no-prep practice pages to help reinforce the skill
Word Families included: ad, ag, am, an, ap, at, ed, en, et, ig, in, ip, it, og, op, ot, ub, ug, un, ut
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