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Phonological Awareness

Phonological Awareness

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Phonological Awareness
is one of the early literacy skills that researchers say is important forchildren to have in order to learn toread.
Phonological Awarenes is the abilityto hear and play with the smallersounds in words.
PhonologicalAwareness
Here are some waysyou can develop orstrengthen your child’sability to hear and playwith sounds...
 
Idaho Commission for Libraries, 2009
 
Babies...
Music and movement:
Singing songsand moving to the rhythm of the musichelps Baby begin to hear small sounds.
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Put Baby on your lap or inher infant seat. Sing and use Baby’sbody to do the actions to the song.
(Sing to the tune of “Here We Go Round theMulberry Bush”)
This is the way we clap our hands,
(Clap baby’s hands.)
Clap our hands, clap our hands.This is the way we clap our hands,So early in the morning.
Additional verses:
Tap our toesTouch our noseStomp our feet
Idaho Commission for Libraries, 2009
 
Babies...
Nursery Rhymes:
Being able to hear the beginning andending sounds that make up words willhelp children sound out words when they begin to read. One of the best —and most enjoyable — ways is to saynursery rhymes and sing songs.
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Babies love to bounce! Try thisrhyme with Baby while you bounce heron your lap or on your knees:
Diddle diddle dumpling, my son JohnWent to bed with his trousers on.One shoe off, one shoe onDiddle diddle dumpling, my son John!
(Hold up Baby’s feet one at a time as you say “one shoe off, one shoe on.”)Your library has lots of nursery rhymebooks to read with your child!
Idaho Commission for Libraries, 2009

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