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Phonemic Awareness: Phoneme Segmentation FREEBIES and how to video


Hey Y'all!  I'm so excited to share some of my favorite Phoneme Segmentation activities with you.
You can view my Periscope video to see how to use all of the activities.  You'll want to fast forward to 1:50 so you can skip having to listen to the annoying welcome comments.  



If you want more Phonemic Awareness and Phonics ideas you can check out my Alphapalooza 2 unit on TPT by clicking below.


Here are links if you want to get some of the supplies I used for the activities.




Thanks y'all!  Please let me know in the comments if you have any questions or if you have topics you'd like for me to do videos on. 



43 comments:

  1. Thanks Deanna, you truly are amazing!! Thanks for sharing your gifts to help us all be the best we can be!! I can't wait to try this out with my kiddos in a few weeks!

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    1. Wow! Thank you for the sweet compliment, Mona. That really made my teach heart happy! I will be back with another video on Tuesday. :)

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  2. Thank you so much for the freebie, I loved your periscope video. You are so brave as I would never step in front of a camera and segment ship :) ha ha

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    1. haha! I know. right?? As soon as Taylor said the sounds I immediately heard the voice of some of my little sweeties with speech problems. Hilarious, but probably not the best word choice.

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  3. Love this video and the resources! Thank you. I teach first and use your products. My kiddos love them. I was wondering if you could also provide a stretchy snake with the same clip art. He is so cute! I have your guided reading kit stretchy snake but different clip art. I am weird about things matching. Thank you again for all your hard work.

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    1. Hi There, I'll have to hunt him down. :) My computer crashed not too long ago and I haven't had a chance to get everything loaded back and in order.

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  4. I love these ideas! Can't wait to use them! Thank you for sharing! :)

    Sarah
    A Sunny Day in First Grade

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  5. LOVE your hands on ideas! I would love to download the freebies, but it keeps saying there is a problem. Not sure if it's on my end or yours? :(

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    1. Never mind! I stuck to it! 6th time was a charm! Thanks!

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    2. Whew! What in the world? I'm so glad it finally worked for you. Sorry about that!

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  6. I love your ideas!! I am teaching 1st and am definitely going to be using the headbands this year!

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    1. Yay! So glad you liked the ideas. Thank you so much. I hope you have a GREAT school year.

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  7. Great hands-on activities. Just ordered the beads. I can't download the freebies either. I will keep trying. These computers are just "in a mood" sometimes!

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  8. Ha! Just tried again...the computer's caffeine must have kicked in! Thanks!!

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    1. Yay! So glad you were finally able to get it to work. Computers act like an old granny sometimes! :)

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  9. This video and all your great ideas are wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a sweet comment. I really appreciate it!

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  10. I could watch you show ideas and demonstrate all day! I loved it! Thank you!

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    1. Hi Diane, You are too sweet! You just made my day!

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  11. So glad to see your scope on PA for the classroom! I'm a Dyslexia Therapist & believe every student should start out with a rich phonics foundation in order to build a successful foundation in spelling and reading. Plus, teaching phonics, as you so wonderfully showed in your scope, will help teachers identify those students who may be Dyslexic or struggle with another language based learning difference. Early intervention is best!! Thanks so much for sharing these important skills and activities!! ~sherri

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a sweet comment. I really appreciate it and I so agree!! These skills are so important.

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  12. I loved watching your Periscope video! So many great ideas with "kid appeal"! For the past 2 days I have tried to download your "freebies" but all I get is a blank page when I click on the link. Is it possible for you to email the phoneme segmentation freebies to me? Thanks so much for ALL your amazing ideas!

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    1. I think I just figured out the problem. I hadn't been signed into my Google Account the first few times I tried. Once I was signed it, it worked for me :-)

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    2. Yay! So glad you got it working!

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  13. Where can I find a copy of your dog segmenting mat to down load? And do you happen to have the words to your cute spot the sound song that goes with it? I remember the song from church so I have the tune, I just need your cute teaching words to go in there! I love the whole activity.

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    1. That activity is in my Alphabet unit. It's called Alphapalooza 2. You can check it out by clicking on the picture above. Thanks so much!

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  14. Last question, do you sell your cards for the headband game??? I love it! :)

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    1. HI Breanna, I added some to the freebie above. I'm working on Alphapalooza 3 and I'll add some more to that. Thanks so much!

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  15. I love your ideas that you shared in the phonemic awareness video. Please keep sharing your videos. I am wondering if you use the phonics curriculum called Pathways to Reading?

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    1. HI Brenda, I've never heard of that curriculum. I'll have to check it out. Is it good?

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  16. You are adorable! You don't look old enough to have children that age!
    Thank you so much! I will definitely use this with my firsties! For those having problems with the download----I had to do CTRL click for it to open:) It's worth a try!

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    1. You are my new best friend!! Thank you so much! BTW... not sure why people are having trouble downloading the freebie. It's a google doc so it should be easy. Sorry about that!

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  17. Thank you for making this so simple to understand! I love your hands-on activities. I have followed you for years. I have thanked God many times over for you and all that you create and share to equip teachers to be the best they can be so that children around the globe benefit.

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    1. Oh, my goodness! You just made my night. Thank you so much for your sweet words of encouragement. I really appreciate it. Have a great year!

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  19. I have been LOVING your videos! Please keep them coming! My mom (who also teaches K5) watched together and both learned something new. This is my first year teaching Kindergarten (moving down after 4 years in 1st). You are going to be my life saver this year! :))

    -Ashley Nettles
    http://mrsnettleskindergarten.blogspot.com/

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  20. You are absolutely adorable and I have been following you for years! I cannot believe the age of your kids! You must have been 10 when you had them!!!! I am dying to download this stuff but unlike others after 10 attempts it is still not working. Is there any way you can email them to me??? LH25@comcast.net.
    Thank you so much!!!!!!!!
    Lori

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    1. Hey There, I'm not sure why this isn't working for some people. So sorry! Emailing it to you right now. :)

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  21. I loved your video - so helpful. I've been following your blog for over a year and you are amazing. This will be my first year teaching Kindergarten (9 years at 3rd and 4th). So, I am a little confused. If you segment the word "tie", I thought that the student would only hear two sounds: T and I. Do you let them spell the word incorrectly since this is for phonemic awareness and teach them the correct way to spell tie later? Same thing for apple. Would they sound out A, P, L and just learn how to spell it later? Thank you for your help.

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  22. I have one additional question. I went to the whisper phone website. While the set that includes the tubes for the teacher looks wonderful, it is a bit pricey. Do you feel it is worth the investment or would you just start with a few phones? Again, this is my first year in kindergarten so I'm not sure how important the teacher tubes are right now. Thank you for your help.

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  23. LOVE this post! Thank you so much for the freebies and all of your wonderful ideas! I have taken more notes watching your periscope video than I have for the last week of back to school PD lol

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  24. You are such an inspiration, Deanna! Here I was experiencing the 'August blues', and wondering how I'd get back into the groove in just 2 weeks. Your ideas renewed my sense of motivation and I thank you! I just can't wait to implement these activities. They are perfect for my beginning firsties! Thank you for sharing your wisdom. xoxo

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