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Phonological and Phonemic Awareness
This article from the Reading Rocket website describes difficulties in phonological awareness from three perspectives: the child, the parent, and the teacher. It also offers strategies that each can use to deal with and address the issues..
Tips for Teaching: Phonological Awareness
This handout from Reading A to Z provides teachers with activities that will help young children to develop phonological awareness, including rhyming, categorizing sounds, blending and segmenting syllables, and manipulating sounds.
Phonological Awareness: What It Is and How It Works
Phonological awareness is a skill that allows kids to recognize and work with the sounds of spoken language. This article provides information about how you can help your child strengthen phonological skills.
Ask & Answer: Phonological Awareness
This module helps to answer the questions: What is phonological awareness? Why is it important? How should it be taught? How can families support phonological awareness development?
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project that offers a wealth of research-based reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better.
Early Childhood Literacy: The National Early Literacy Panel and Beyond
Timothy Shanahan and Christopher J. Lonigan (Editors)
Paul H. Brookes, 2013
Early Reading Instruction & Intervention: A Sourcebook for PreK-2
Scholastic Teaching Resources, 2013
Before They Read: Teaching Language and Literacy Development through Conversations, Interactive Read-Alouds, and Listening Games
Cathy Puett Miller
Maupin House, 2013
Promoting Early Reading: Research, Resources, and Best Practices
Michael C. McKenna, Sharon Walpole, and Kristin Conradi (Editors)
Guilford Press, 2010
Sounds Like Fun: Activities for Developing Phonological Awareness
Cecile Cyrul Spector.
Paul H. Brookes, 2009
More Than Just Storybooks: Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in the Home
Michelle M. Neumann & David L. Neumann
Childhood Education, 2009
Contributions of Emergent Literacy Skills to Name Writing, Letter Writing, and Spelling in Preschool Children
Cynthia S. Puranik, Christopher J. Lonigan, and Young-Suk Kim
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2011
Successful Phonological Awareness Instruction With Preschool Children: Lessons From the Classroom
Beth Phillips, Jeanine Clancy-Menchetti, & Christopher J. Lonigan
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 2008