Early Phonological Awareness Instruction and Intervention is very important. It can help to prevent later difficulties. Be proactive! Your child only has these early learning chances once!
There are many reasons that a young child can struggle to learn to read – some reasons are language-related and some are literacy-based. Very often, weaknesses in Phonological Awareness are a significant cause of literacy difficulties. Teaching phonological awareness in the early grades, especially in Kindergarten, is fundamental. As a parent, it is really important to know how Phonological Awareness is being taught to your child.
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You know that you are the First and Most Important Teacher you child will have. Kids don't come with owners manuals (I could have used one with my children!), so it's hard to know how to be a great parent. In terms of early language and literacy development, the pdf file below has a few common sense tips. These activities can help your young child organize and solidify his/her knowledge. Be Patient (which can be tough sometimes) and Have Fun with these activities!