Phoneme Blending Worksheets

What Is Phoneme Blending?

Phoneme blending is the best thing to listen the individual sound in a word. You will put the all these sounds together and speak the word that you have made. Perhaps you will sound like sss, aaa, nnn, d for the work sand. Reasons for the significance of phoneme blending skills - You will always need phoneme blending to develop reading skills. You can see the letters in a word if a kid blends the sound. You will think about the letters sounds, its creation, and the sound blending occur while sounding to speak the word. You will have the best literacy growth for the strong phonemic awareness skills. There are multiple activities to develop phoneme blending skills. They include finish my sentence, riddle game, suitcase game, sound blending, and slow motion. Slow motion - You can start it by explaining about your child in slow motion. Stretching out each sound as you tell it. You will repeat your kid's name in slow-motion language so he/she will hear all sounds with clear understanding. You can also provide several praises for successful translation. Sound blending - Start with your kid's favorite picture books and before you read it to your child. You must have a list of one-syllable words from the story. It refers to noun that is anything like a place, animal, person, or thing. Your child's presence is necessary when you read the book loudly.

Blend Connects

Connect and blend the proper sounds to form the name of the picture. Write the word on the line.


Blending Word Parts

Match the correct word parts together to form the name of each picture. Circle the correct letters. Write the word on the line.


What Blends To Make Each Word?

Each word below has three sounds, even though it may have more than three letters. Each individual sound is called a phoneme. Separate each word into phonemes. Write each phoneme in one box.


Form Words

For each word, blend together each sound to form the word. Say the word. Write the word.


Match the Blends

Match each beginning sound with an ending sound to make a word. Write your word on the line. Follow the example.


Read and Match

Blend the phonemes. Read the word. Match the picture to the word.


Sounds Great

Say each sound. Then blend the sounds together to say the word. Write the word.


Missing Sounds

Say the name of each picture. What sound is missing? Fill in the missing spaces with the correct blend.


Slap Them Together

Match phonemes together to form the names of the colors. Write the words on the lines below.


Write It

Choose the correct phoneme to complete each word. Write the word on the line.


Picture Clues

Choose the correct sounds to make each word. Use the pictures as clues. Write the word on the line.


Flakes of Sound

Choose the correct phoneme to complete each word. Write the word on the line.


Proper Sounds

Connect and blend the proper sounds to form the name of the picture. Write the word on the line.


This Ends

Match the beginning phonemes together with the ending phoneme to form the names of the pictures.


Three Sounds

Blend the phonemes together to make the words. Then write the words.