Identifying Letters and Sounds Remember that the sound of a letter and the name of the letter are very different things. ... Make it a game: Play ‘I Spy’ with sounds instead of letters. For example, “I spy with my little eye something that starts with ssss”. ... Go on a ‘Sound Hunt’ in the house or garden- how many things beginning with ‘mm’ can you find?
read alphabet books point out letters and print in the environment talk about letters and their sounds when you encounter them in every day activities provide opportunities to play with letter shapes and sounds explicitly reference letter names and sounds in shared reading and writing activities use mnemonics and actions use student names!
What is phonological awareness? Syllables Onset Rime Phonemes
You might already be building phonological awareness by: reciting nursery rhymes like “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” singing songs like “Down by the Bay,” and reading books with alliteration and rhyming.
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