Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
blend separately spoken phonemes to make one-syllable words.
count phonemes in one-syllable words
understand that words are made up of syllables
count phonemes in one-syllable words.
segment words by producing each phoneme.
determine whether the medial vowel sound is the same or different in a set of one-syllable words.
delete a phoneme from an orally presented word to make a new word (e.g., rice/ice, beach/bee, weight/weigh, couch/cow).
add a phoneme from an orally presented word or rime to make a new word (e.g., pie/pipe, four/fork, cab/crab, ot/lot, ap/map).
change phonemes orally to make new words (e.g., rug/jug, bunch/lunch, card/cart, sat/sit).
Blend and segment multisyllabic words at the syllable level.