Tag Archives: Phonological Awareness

Car “Games” Part Two

Here are a few more car games that we do while driving or while having a meal. * The opposite game: I give them a word and they have to tell me the opposite. * The synonym game: (My oldest … Continue reading

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Car “Games” Part One

We are all busy and often part of our day includes shuttling kids around in the car. I use that time to get in some fun, learning activities with the boys which they all love! (I also do this during … Continue reading

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Poetry to the Rescue!

I have three boys and my husband works a lot so I’m almost always on my own for dinner time and bath time and it can sometimes get nuts! I’ve mentioned before how sitting down to read calms my brood. … Continue reading

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Nursery Rhymes

With all the technology in the world today we’ve gotten away from some of the traditional things we grew up with as children…such as reciting poems and nursery rhymes.  Nursery rhymes are important for children to hear.  They help children … Continue reading

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Phone Home

A house is only as strong and stable as the foundation upon which it’s built. The foundation for learning to read is phonological awareness. It is one of the biggest predictors for future reading success. Phonological awareness refers to a … Continue reading

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