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Medieval Magic – Lesson 9 – Locating Sounds Within Words

Locating sounds within words can be very yummy when you play, “Eat the Sound!”

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Medieval Magic – Lesson 9

I can identify where sounds are located within words.

Objective: To identify where sounds are located within a word. (RF.K.2)

Materials: cupcake liner, small trail mix items such as cereal, m & m’s, fish crackers, etc.

Procedures: Give your child a cupcake liner of trail mix and a napkin. Say a word such as ‘frog’. Ask your child to place a trail mix item on his napkin to represent each sound in the word ‘frog’. He will place four items in a row. Tell him to eat the /r/. He will eat the second item. Then tell him to eat the /g/ and he will eat the last item. Continue until all the sounds have been eaten. Then play again using different words.

Conclusion: Have your child think of words for you to “eat the sounds.” Then enjoy eating trail mix together.

 

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