Helpful Links for Early Readers
If you joined our Early Reader Meet-Up, you heard me mention links to resources. You can find them below.
Book: Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz
Letter/Sound video: https://www.loom.com/share/a1b0017404844b5794ac36e7ba2f1c28
Sight Words Help: https://www.reallygreatreading.com/heart-word-magic
Letter recognition is an important skill students learn in preschool/kindergarten. This skill helps children understand how printed text relates to our spoken language. This is not as easy as it may appear because children need to be able to do the following: recognize the size and shape of lettersname the letter that goes with each…
Phonological Awareness #4 Phoneme Isolation
A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound in a word. There are 44 phonemes in the English language. Today I’m going to be sharing about phoneme isolation which is the ability to identify where a sound appears in a word or position. In this video I will be concentrating on initial (beginning) phonemes.
Phonological Awareness #3 Syllables
Syllables are the parts of words and each part contains a vowel. Within the skill of syllables there are 3 skills that need to be practiced (blending, segmenting, & deleting).
Phonological Awareness #2 Rhyming
Rhyming is the second step in Phonological Awareness. Please watch the following video for ideas on how to practice this skill.
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