FREE printable sorting activity for preschool and kindergarten kids to sort syllables with a fun popcorn theme! This is a great literacy activity to develop phonemic or phonological awareness. Clap and count the syllables in each popcorn kernel and sort it with the correct popcorn box.
The ability to separate the sounds of a word is called “phoneme segmentation”. It’s a critical skill in both learning to read and write. By six and a half/seven years of age students should be able to tell you the sounds in a word. So, for example, if given the word “cat”, the student should […]
Click the following link to download this free handout . Developmental Sequence of Phonological Skills Teaching phonological and phonemic skills is such a critical component in helping our little learners acquire the necessary building blocks to become proficient readers and writers. Understanding the sequence of phonological/phonemic development and the approximate ages of mastery helps us to […]