Hi,I love all of these suggestions!!!
The only thing I can add is the great importance of choosing how to sound out the words.
For example, sound out the same word at different volumes - quiet, medium, loud and quiet again.
Sound out the same word at different lengths - long and short. And then at different volumes too.
When you have words of two or more syllables make one syllable short and quiet and the other loud and long. Think of the fun you can have with "tyrannosaurus rex."
Put a pause in between each syllable. Silence is very important too.
When you begin to integrate the use of Creative Sound Play into learning and sounding out words you're children are also developing their active listening skills, inhibitory control, creativity flexibility phonemic awareness, and more.
Finally, as you know because there is nothing more fun a child loves doing then making sound, creating intentional sound with words can make for excellent short transition games and exercises that transform into valuable learning bursts, especially when they are repeated throughout the day and when children are given the chance to lead them.
I hope this is helpful and if you're interested in learning more about integrating Sound and Silence with your teaching you may want to visit www.creativesoundplay.com.