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Hello! I’m back with another blog post about one of my favorite topics. I’ve blogged about phonemic awareness a few times already, but it’s such an important topic that we’re going for it again! Phonemic awareness is the understanding that spoken words are made up of smaller parts and these parts can be pulled apart ... Read More about All about Phonemic Awareness

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Phonological awareness skills are the basis for reading. Without these important skills, potential reading difficulties may arise in the early years. A child who has concrete phonological skills wi…

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This post includes the following reading points. Hey-ho! I just love all things literacy and specifically working with words. I want to delve deeper into phonological development, because.. well.. I just love it! I’m a bit of a nerd that way! Are you too? You know that phonological and phonemic awareness skills are important and also […]

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Before children learn to read, they must first have an understanding of how sounds work within words. Learning to recognize and produce rhyme is one of the very first phonological skills that children acquire on their way to becoming proficient readers. Working with rhyme is an important component of the early childhood curriculum. Research tells us […]

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