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Recognizing the sounds in words is the key to learning to read. Help children by having fun with rhymes, syllables, and letter sounds. Help your child get ready to read.

Recognizing the sounds in words is the key to learning to read. Help children by having fun with rhymes, syllables, and letter sounds. Help your child get ready to read.

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    • Phonological Awareness Getting Ready to Read Play With the Sounds in Words
    • 4 Concepts
      • Phoneme. Smallest part of word sound
      • Grapheme. Represents phonemes with letter or two
      • Phonemic Awareness. Learn & manipulate sounds
      • Phonics. Relationship between phonemes & graphemes
    • Develop Awareness
      • Children must hear and distinguish sounds of language
      • Rhymes, syllables, and phonemes important
      • Key “ready to read” skills
      • Word games help
    • Help Develop Skills
      • Learn nursery rhymes
      • Make up silly, nonsense rhymes
      • Ask if two words rhyme:
        • “ Do ‘cat’ and ‘dog’ rhyme?”
        • “ Do ‘cat’ and ‘hat’ rhyme?”
    • Have Fun With Sounds
      • Sing songs together daily
      • Songs break words into syllables
      • Play I Spy , “I spy with my little eye something that rhymes with far (car).”
    • Play With Words
      • Let child make up rhymes
      • You guess too
      • Put two words together, make new word
      • “ What word would we have if we put ‘cow’ and ‘boy’ together?”
    • Play With Letter Sounds
      • Ask child to change beginning sounds of name
        • “ Jimmy, can you change the /j/ in Jimmy to the /t/ sound?”
        • Don’t say letter name, just sound
      • Say rhymes and sing songs in the language most comfortable for you.
    • Early Literacy Skills
      • Learning sounds in words is key
      • Reading is recognizing those sounds in print
      • Help child get ready to read