It’s hard to learn how to read if you can’t match sounds to letters. That’s where phonemic awareness comes in.
By recognizing the phonetic sounds that alphabetic letters make, your child will take their first big step toward associating words with their individual sounds.
Reading aloud to your child is especially important for establishing a strong foundation for their learning journey. But how exactly does it help?
These tips to help you boost your child’s reading skills are simple, fit into your lifestyle, and help build foundational reading skills while having fun!
Here are seven ideas that get you and your child moving, energized, and engaged while taking that next step in their reading journey.
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Good news! We’re here to break down the concepts of phonological and phonemic awareness and show you how you can use them to encourage a love of reading in your child.
We break it all down for you: what phonics is, the benefits of adding it to your little one’s learning journey, and when (and how!) to introduce it.
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