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Do the Phoneme Shuffle!

Do the Phoneme Shuffle!
Objective:
The students will orally manipulate phonemes.
Materials:
•  None
Lesson:
Review with students that words are made up of individual sounds or phonemes. Tell students
that they will be playing a game by listening for ways to orally change a word by deleting and
adding individual phonemes to different parts of a word. They will begin the game with one
word and finish with a different word.
1.  Tell students to listen carefully to the clues.
2.  Call out a word (e.g., rake).
3.  Ask the students to take away one sound (e.g., the /k/ sound) and add another
(e.g., the /l/ sound) to the remaining part of the word (in this example, to the end,
creating rail).
4.  After saying the new word together, rail, have the students remove and add
another sound (e.g., change the /r/ to a /p/, making the new word pail).
5.  Continue the game until the students have changed sounds in all positions in the
word (beginning, medial, final).
Adaptations:
The game can be made easier by focusing on changing beginning, middle, or ending sounds
only.
Provide game chips to represent sounds. The students can use the chips to visually move the
sounds to form their new words (see “M & M Phonemes” for more specific instructions and
clarification).
For English language learners, review sounds in English before the game, giving students op-portunities to hear and feel the way different sounds are made.


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