Phoneme Puzzles Literacy Center - Grades PreK-1

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Make segmenting and blending 2 to 5 sounds in words easy and fun for emergent readers. Students simply put together the pieces of a puzzle to build a complete picture, pronouncing each phoneme as they proceed. Through repeated play, they will begin to recognize how words are composed of individual sounds an important component of early reading and writing instruction.

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Blend sounds to produce 1-syllable words and segment those words into their complete sequence of sounds.
How to play:
  1. Start with the 2-phoneme puzzles
  2. Put the pieces in order, leaving a space between them
  3. Name the picture and slide the pieces together.
  4. Point with your fingers and say each sound slowly
With the puzzle complete, name the picture again, and turn it over to check if the numbers match.
Grade Level:
Grades: PreK-1
  • 40 puzzle pieces of 2, 3, 4, and 5 phoneme words
    1 laminated center task card
    Size: 6" x 9"

  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide

  • Packaged in an 8" x 10" custom storage box.
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Teaches to segment words

I have never seen a product that teaches the concept of segmented words in such a fun concrete way as these Phoneme Puzzles. I know that my students will love working with them and so will I.The demonstration video shows several of the puzzles standing up like they snap together. After one use they are just a bunch of puzzle peices. If you just put them back in the box, they would become a mixed up mess of 40 different puzzles. It would of been better if they could snap together or at least come with little marked envelopes to keep each one in so they are easier to use and store for the next use. I will make my own marked envelopes.
By K Teacher from Hayward, CA
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