A child with strong phonological awareness should be able to recognize and use rhyme, break words into syllables, blend phonemes into syllables and words, identify the beginning and ending sounds in a syllable and see smaller words within larger words ie. Phonemic awareness is just one aspect of phonological awareness. A reader with strong phonemic awareness will demonstrate the ability to hear rhyme and alliteration the repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of several different words used in a sentence or paragraph, such as sweet smell of success , find the different sound in a set of words ie.
Have the child identify a sequence of sounds. Can the child locate the source of the sound? Practice, from a familiar nursery rhyme, detecting what is said out of order. For example, Humpty Dumpty wall on a sat , or swap the word parts as in one, two, shuckle my boo. Also, can the child detect that the story order is incorrect, as in mixing up the order in the Three Little Pigs?
Have the child listen to and participate in storytelling, listen to read alouds, follow oral directions, and sequence events. Identify animals by the sounds they make. Rhyming words need to be given by the child. Continue in this manner. Continue with these riddles. Did you ever see a bear in a chair? No, I never. No, I never saw a bear in a chair. Read lots of Mother Goose rhymes to your child. As a group, say a nursery rhyme, with fists being tapped one at a time in a circle. Evoke the realization that almost any word can be rhymed.
Say a word, and have the child say a rhyme for it, even if it is a nonsense word. Add A Sound Synthesis to introduce the child to synthesize words from their separate phonemes. Cake ends like fork.
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What Is Missing? Use alliteration in silly sentences, such as six silly snakes sat soaking up some sun. Ask what sound was heard most often. Continue this game using various letters. Create story titles and a story for a character such as Robert the Running Rabbit. This is a form of alliteration. Do discrimination activities. Listen for which word starts with the same sound as take.
Say three words such as pencil, tub, pan.
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This would be more advanced. Blend onset and rimes such as g-ame is game, n-ight is night, tr-uck is truck. The onset is beginning letter sound or blend, the rime is the vowel and string of letters that comes after. Have the child segment the onset and rime on own. Each color represents one sound, but not a particular sound. It is important for your child to segment words into their phonemes.
Ask your child to change rice to mice. Have the child feel his chin move to the various syllable amounts.
Count syllables in various words. The answer would be ble. Say computer. Say it again but don't say er. Talk like a robot, segmenting each sound, and have the child blend the sounds into a word. This is a fun way for the child to blend. Say a word, and have the child segment it on own. Say various words and give 2 sound options. Have the child do manipulation activities with plain blocks, crayons, or ziti which are used to represent sounds: Show the child 3 pieces of ziti.
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