Phonemic Awareness


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Student Name
Assessment
Grade Levels
Strategy
Comments
Dana Saenz

k-3

This set of tools helps teachers understand what individual children know specifically
about phonemes and how sounds work to form words.
Dana Saenz

k-2
Phonemic Awareness
Quick strategies to help children in need of some assistance in working with rhyming words.
Jan Allardyce

K-2
Phoneme Awareness Activities
How Now Brown Cow and other rimes

Jessica Johnson


This is a great assessment with scoring sheets for the teacher as well as sheets for the student to look at. It is easy to use and assesses many different areas with only one tool.
Once this tool has been used, teachers can then move on and work with students on what they have determined to be their weaknesses.
Traci Gabow
http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/rhyme.html
1st: This link provides you with an assessment for recognizing rhyming words.
http://www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/literacy/video/assessments/k-phonemic.pdf
2nd: This link also has a rhyming assessment example but it also provides you with assessments for initial consonants, ending consonants, onsets and rimes, etc for kindergarteners.
K-1
K
K-1
PreK-1
http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/activities/rhyming.html
1st: Rhyming word activities that can be implemented into a reading lesson easily. This site provides four different rhyming activities to help students with phonemic awareness.
http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/activities/phonemic.html
2nd: Here is the website that I had clicked on to get to the rhyming activities. Hopefully you will be able to click on the other links that provide many activities such as teaching syllable segmentation and teaching phonemic segmentation.
http://www.k12reader.com/effective-strategies-for-teaching-phonemic-awareness/
3rd: This link provides you with many different strategies for teaching phonemic awareness such as clapping/tapping, keyword substitution, etc.

Kelly Gartrell
http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/tools.html
K-1
Recognizing Thyme Assessments and more.
http://spedlit.k12.hi.us/phonemic.htm
Website that gives Strategies for phonemic awareness. Also covers vocabulary, comprehension and phonics.
Melissa
Johnson
http://www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/literacy/video/assessments/k-phonemic.pdf
K
Kindergarten Phonemic Awareness Assessment of: Rhyming Words, Isolate Initial Consonants, Isolate Ending Consonants, Blend Onsets and Rimes, and Blend Separately Spoken Phonemes

Melissa Johnson

K-2
www.starfall.com
  1. Phonemic Identification- students match sounds and letters
  2. Phonemic Isolation- students isolate different blends in words
  3. Phoneme substitution- students turn a word into by substituting one phoneme for another
Marisa
Swartz
http://www.concordspedpac.org/TypesTests.html
K-2
http://thefirstgradeparade.blogspot.com/search/label/word%20families
http://thefirstgradeparade.blogspot.com/search/label/word%20families

Marietta Leon
Phonemic Awareness Assessment - K
K-2
Phonemic Games to Play at School or Home
These games can be played either at school or home. They are great suggestions to include in weekly newsletters as well. Even though the assessment is for kindergarten, it could be used in primary grades to identify where students are struggling with letter sounds.
Rachel Messer

K-5
http://fcrr.org/
Instructional Materials for Teachers
This website has many student center activities that can be used for vocabulary, phonics, phonemic awareness, etc. There are a wide variety of pre-made center activities that work great in the classroom for these specific skills/concepts.
Rachel Messer
http://fcrr.org/
Assessments
K-5

This website also includes information on various Reading Assessments, as well as Progress Monitoring.
Melinda Wavra
Phonemic Awareness Assessment
K-3
Phonemic Awareness strategy
A fun activity to do with early elementary students.
Betsy Mueller
http://www.readingresource.net/support-files/phonologicalawarenesschecklist.pdf
K-2
A checklist is a nice way to keep track of individual conepts of reading.
Printabale worksheet to help differentiate instruction.
Betsy Mueller
http://www.readingresource.net/phonemicawarenessactivities.html
PK-2
Included are various phonemic awareness activites to promote letter/sound connection through rhyme, syllables counting, beginning and ending sounds, segmenting
This website is user friendly and gives many resources for phonemic awareness skill building.
Kristy Trombley
http://www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/literacy/video/assessments/k-phonemic.pdf
k
http://www.k-3learningpages.net/web%20phonemic%20awareness.htm
This is a cute website that provides lesson plans for phonemic awareness.
Michelle Wilczak
www.wordwise.com/downloads/**Word**_**Wise**_Phonics_Test.pdf
K-2
http://www.k12reader.com/effective-strategies-for-teaching-phonemic-awareness/
There are a number of strategies listed in this article from how long to work with students in the lower grades to clapping, flash cards, etc.
Jessica Hebel
PA resources
k-2
rhyming, segmenting, and blending
Description of activities for phonological awareness. It also provides printable materials.


Julie Gregor
Florida Center for Reading Resarch--FCRR
K-1
Phonological Awareness

Julie Gregor
MLPP-Phonemic Awareness Assessment
K-3



Melissa Johnson

K-1
Scripted onset and rime assessment

Jessica Johnson

Elementary
http://www.k12reader.com/effective-strategies-for-teaching-phonemic-awareness/#
Several activities that will help students with their phonemic awareness.
Jessica Fisk
http://www.paec.org/itrk3/files/pdfs/readingpdfs/cooltoolsall.pdf
PK-2
http://www.aability.com/pagames.php
Phonemic Awareness Games to Play.
Games to Go are for beginners or better.
Block Challenges are more advanced.
By a Speech & Language Pathologist,
these evidence-based games are useful
for typical and special needs students.

http://www.aability.com/build_papreface.php
It All Begins With Sounds: first page of a
three-page introduction to Phonemic
Awareness for parents and teachers.
The first website provides several assessments for testing phonological awareness. The other website provides several activities to do to increase phonemic awareness. It also lists these activities in order from least to most difficult.
Lori Losinski
http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/alphabet.html
k-1
Assess letter and sound correspondence and identification.

Lori Losinski

pre-1
http://www.auburn.edu/~murraba/gestures.html
great idea to use with little one to give hand gestures to the phonemes.

Student Name
Assessment
Grade Level
Strategy
Comments
Carey Thomsen
Phonemic Awareness Assessments from TRS
k-2
Strategies for teaching phonemic awareness
good ideas for teaching phonemic awareness





Joanne Haberkamp
http://dibels.uoregon.edu
This site is the dibels site for assessing letter and word sounds and phonemic awareness.
all
http://www.literatureforliterature.ecsd.net/strategies.htm
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/phonetic/

Don Mackewich
http://www.ckcolorado.org/units/Kindergarten/K_FunwithPhonemicAwareness.pdf
Kindergarten
With this form, students can be assessed in rhyming, syllabication, and beginning and ending sounds.
This is a very thorough assessment and it contains five lessons (activities approximately 10-20 minutes each).
Elizabeth McKenna

Includes phoneme:
  • manipluation
  • segmentation
  • deletion
  • blending
  • rhyming
PreK-1st

This is a great assessment for phonological and phonemic awareness. It has the assessment along with a student sheet you can copy and write directly on.
Elizabeth McKenna

PreK-1st
http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/docs/ela/e_literacy/awareness.html
http://www.literatureforliterature.ecsd.net/strategies.htm
This is several great lessons for using nusery rhymes to teach phonemic awareness to young children. The second website takes you directly to a list of activities in each subtopic of phonemic awareness.
Stephanie Hayward

Informative and user friendly phoenemic awareness assessment for Kindergarten.

Phoenemic Awareness
A site with 56 free phonics worksheets and phoenemic awareness activites for early el.

Sam Shuster
http://reading.uoregon.edu/big_ideas/pa/pa_assess.php k-3
http://spedlit.k12.hi.us/phonemic.htm

Kristi Miller http://www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/literacy/video/assessments/k-phonemic.pdf Kindergarten

Kristi Milelr K-1st http://www.readingresource.net/phonemicawarenessactivities.html