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While the term " Phonics " refers to knowing the sound made by a letter or letter group - " Phonemic Awareness " refers to being able to identify where that sound occurs in the word (i.e. beginning - middle or end). Phonemic Awareness is not only helpful in decoding new reading words, but is also essential for making educated guesses when spelling unknown words. Children who do not have satisfactory phonemic awareness skills will not only suffer slower reading progress, but will have considerably lower spelling skills as well. The above index provides a link to each of our specially designed phonemic awareness worksheets. These creative activities use a highly effective visual strategy to work a little magic in teaching children phonics and phonemic awareness skills.
Phonological Awareness & Phonemic Awareness Activities Phonological Awareness Checklist Want an easy and effective way to track multiple students' phonological awareness skills? Print off this template! List the names of students in the left hand column and place check marks under the skills when a child has mastered them! Tapping Syllables Using different items such as hand clappers, drums, or tennis rackets you can have children determine the number of syllables in a given word. For example, you would tap a drum two times for the word "sister" because it has two syllables.
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