orally produce words that rhyme by changing the initial phoneme (e.g., sip/ship, heart/part)
The student will orally identify, produce, and manipulate various phonemes within words to develop phonological and phonemic awareness.
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segment a word into individual syllables using strategies including, but not limited to, clapping hands or snapping fingers
count phonemes in one-syllable words (e.g., man has three phonemes /m/-/a/-/n/, chop has three phonemes /ch/-/o/-/p/, and drop has four phonemes /d/-/r/-/o/-/p/)
identify a word that rhymes with a spoken word
blend and segment onsets and rimes of spoken words (e.g., /b/- /oat/ = boat, black = /bl/- /ack/)
produce rhyming words and recognize pairs of rhyming words presented orally