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    • The Alphabets and Their Sounds                                                                                                                           
    • Consonants VS. Vowels 5 main vowels in the English language: Consonants: All other letters that are not vowels. * b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, M, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z *
    • Vowels, a closer look…
    • Phonemes are the smallest unit of sound in a word. For example: The word “ big ” in Big Bird has 3 phonemes… /b/, /i/, /g/ The word “ bird ” is a little more tricky. How many phonemes can you Recognize in the word “ bird ”? Big Bird
    • Phonemes can be anywhere throughout the word… In the word “hat”, the first phoneme is /h/. In the word “cow”, the middle phoneme is /o/. In the word “can”, the last phoneme is /n/.
    • Phonemes may consist of more than one letter… In the word “ sh oe”, the / sh / is a phoneme. Can you find a phoneme in the word “clock” that consists of more than one letter?
    • Some phonemes may sound like other phonemes, depending on their usage.                             Example: In the word “cat”, the /c/ can be Mistaken for the phoneme /k/. Another example, in the word “phone”, the /ph/ can be mistaken for the phoneme /f/.
    • Blending VS. Segmenting Segmenting: Being able to break apart a word into phonemes. Blending: Being able to put phonemes together to form words. BAT = B + A + T VS. B + A + T = BAT
    • Let’s practice!
      • Name the first phoneme in each of the following words:
      • Ball
      • Dog
      • Cake
      • Name the middle phoneme in each of the following words:
      • Cat
      • Box
      • Rice
      • Name the last phoneme in each of the following words:
      • Blanket
      • Bag
      • End
    • … Practice continued
      • Break the following words apart into their phonemes:
      • Cord
      • Fan
      • Lamp
      • Blend the following phonemes together to form a word:
      • /m/ + /a/ + /t/
      • /d/ + /e/ + /n/
      • /ch/ + /i/ + /ck/
    • Great Job Everyone! Next time we are going to learn about Putting words together to form sentences !