Working Out with Phonological Awareness

Fun Phonological Activities

By Linda R. Schreiber, Angela Sterling-Orth, Sarah A. Thurs, & Nancy L. McKinley

Grades PreK-4

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136-pg bk. 50 activities for rhyming, segmenting syllables, blending, segmenting sounds, clusters. Gr. PreK-4.
136-pg bk. 50 activities for rhyming, segmenting syllables, blending, segmenting sounds, clusters. Gr. PreK-4.
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Author(s) Linda R. Schreiber, Angela Sterling-Orth, Sarah A. Thurs, & Nancy L. McKinley
Topic Evidence-Based Products, Hearing and Sign Language, Phonological Awareness
Brand Super Duper Publications

Working Out with Phonological Awareness

These 50 quick, easy-to-use, fun workouts provide practice opportunities for improving a student's listening and phonological awareness skills. There are six activities in each workout:

  • Segmenting syllables
  • Rhyming
  • Blending syllables
  • Segmenting sounds in words
  • Manipulating sounds
  • Working with clusters

Use these activities as warm-ups or as review exercises at school and at home. Also includes a reproducible recording form to assess skills and use the information to write IEP or intervention goals. 136 pages.

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  1. Quick and effective
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    This book has all the recourse I need to start or end any reading session. I love that it hits so many phonemic awareness skills in one quick "workout!"

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  2. Phonological Awareness Workouts
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    I have tried these activities with a few of my students so far.
    I like that each workout covers a variety of sub-skills of phonological awareness. I also like that the activities are targeted at slightly older children because I have a lot of students past kindergarten and grade 1 that could still benefit from help in phonological awareness.

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  3. Workouts
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    I love using these quick practices as "exit tickets" for my students. Thanks Super Duper!

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  4. Great Resource!
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    I love this book so much I bought three more to share with my first grade teachers!!

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    I begin my articulation sessions with a different workout each time and the kids really seemed to enjoy them. When they say something is fun without an I-Pad I have to be impressed. They especially liked doing the Challenge Questions.Takes only 5 minutes and it focuses the students.

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  6. Love it
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    This book gives a great review on phonological awareness.It then has excellent "worksheets" that give a structure and words to work on. You need to add your own "spin" to the program in order to make it appealing to young clients, but it's an excellent start!

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  7. Great little book
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    I like this book as a warm up and to send home with parents to practice these skills at home.
    Great layout and easy to follow, the kids love it too!

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  8. Working Out With Phonological Awareness
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    I had to buy this book for a second time. It is so popular that it keeps disappearing. This is a great way to start a therapy session or a language lesson in class. With the variety of activities in each lesson students are motivated to participate. The data sheet in the book is very helpful for documentation. Try it! You'll like it!

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  9. Great phonology guide and good parent handout book
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    Although this book was created for SLP's, I love the beginning explanation and workout activities that can be sent home with parents.

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  10. Working Out
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    Working Out with Phonological Awareness is a great little book. I love the way the lessons are set up. They hit several skills in one lesson and are short and easy to use. I like the data keeping sheet as well. I shared this with other dyslexia teacher and they shared it with their kinder teachers. Everyone loves it and has gotten one of their own.

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.