How to Add and Subtract Phonemes
In a given language, phoneme is a different unit of sound that is either single letter or matched letter. With these sound units, you can differentiate similar words from each other. For example, pan, pin, pun, etc. Provide picture prompts and let the students learn how to add and subtract phonemes from the word that a given photo represent. In this way, you will know how to differentiate different words.
We add phoneme to make a new sound for the start, middle, or end of the word’s sound. It helps to make different new words. We use silly sound switch for recognized phrases and substitute sounds to create a silly phrase. You can also practice phoneme addition with manipulating blocks.
We subtract phoneme to omit the beginning, middle, or end sound of the word. In this way, we will recognize the word that will stay alone. When sound rings, you will say and hear the sound. We will use goodbye block for phoneme subtraction via manipulating blocks.
Say the name of the picture. Then
add the phoneme provided to the beginning or the end of the picture to
form a new word. Write the new word on the line.
Use the picture and then add the sound unit as indicated.
Say the name of the picture. Then remove the phoneme provided from the name of the
picture to form a new word. Write the new word on the line.
Delete the/s/ sound from each of the following words.
Write the new word on the line.
Define the name of the picture and then add the sound unit.
When you remove this sound, what's left?
After you remove the sound, what does it sound like?
You will begin to see how words are interlocked.
ADD and DELETE the/p/ and /m/ sound to each word. Write the
new word on the line.
What happens to these words when you remove these or add them?
Add or remove the phoneme indicated to the to
form a new word.
How does each word sound when you move it around?
What happens when you put this all together?
If you were to make these changes, what word would you be left with?
If you removed this sound, what would the word sound like?