Again I had another idea before giving you more apps. I was thinking of ways to help Gentry make sounds and I caught myself talking jibberish, but making parts of word sounds. I thought this could be a great way to teach young kids how to blend phonemes... remember that word?
If you have picture cards, magazines, newpapers, stickers or anything with pictures of multisyllabic words works. Play a game holding up the picture and saying the first syllable of the word. Have your child finish the last syllable.
For more advanced learners, try 3 syllable words- Your child says the first syllable, you say the second and he/she says the third.
I realize this isn't breaking down each phoneme individually, but it's a start to teaching kids there are different sound sections in words.
Here are some printables (although not all with 2-syllable words)
Go to the Phoneme Flashcards... some other great printables for more advanced learners...
Basically any Google search for alphabet flashcards will get you some free printables. Any other great phonemic awareness sites out there you can share?