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?
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.
Phonemic awareness skills can be taught in a particular sequence that maximizes student understanding and instructional efficiency. Phonemic awareness is only taught in kindergarten and first grade. By the end of first grade, students should have a firm grasp of phonemic awareness. Curriculum maps list specific skills that relate to each big idea.
With many baby and toddler classes returning to face to face sessions this week, as the summer school term gets underway, one Warrington teacher is keen to welcome back parents and carers as well as their tiny tots.
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