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Phonological awareness training with semantic categories.
Teaching children to blend and segment syllables is an important step in building phonological and phonemic awareness (which in turn lead to strong literacy and reading skills). A program for 3-4 year olds, or for older students who require vocabulary development.Designed by a speech pathologist for teachers and parents.
- Short sessions aim to prepare children for literacy.
- Designed to extend vocabulary and phonological awareness skills.
- Scripted instructions provide clear guidelines on how to use the program.
- When used in conjunction with the progress screen, the program aims to maximise early intervention efforts.
- A note from the author, which provides a theoretical overview.
- Over 40 coloured cards, organised into the five semantic groups.
- A quick progress check/assessment to review skill development.
- A ‘no preparation’ required spiral bound A5 gloss coloured card flip book.
This product is also available in eBook format here.
National Curriculum Statement Click to reveal
Sound and letter knowledge - phonemic awareness (sounds of language) - recognises rhymes, syllables and sounds (phonemes) in spoken words
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