Tag Archives: Literacy

SLP Corner: Playing with Sounds Leads to Phonemic Awareness

Editor’s Note:  Thank You to Reading Rockets for suggesting this article. According to Teresa Byington, associate professor of early childhood education, University of Nevada, “We can help our children develop their phonemic awareness and the best way is to play … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: “What Do I See in the Fall?”—Free Printable Interactive Book

[Source: Chapel Hill Snippets] It’s fall!   My favorite season!    In the spirit of giving, I found a new book on Tarheel Reader and adapted it (changing out some of the pictures, adding icons, and adding a sentence frame). You can print … Continue reading


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A Color of His Own (Book) Inspired Mosaic Craft

[Source:  No Time for Flash Cards] This activity is all about doing your own thing, making your chameleon whatever color or combination of colors you want. The benefits of this craft are numerous; the peel and stick foam requires children … Continue reading


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Board Books About Summer

[Source:  The Jenny Evolution] Summer to me means simple pleasures, which also mean breaks from the heat and enjoying these adorable childrens books about summer. Published in board books, these summer books are perfect for toddlers and younger kids just … Continue reading


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Pinterest’s “Greatest Hits” – More Ways to Modify Candyland!

This is the second modified version of Candyland we have seen since joining Pinterest, but this one seems even more popular than the first.  We started brainstorming over here and realize that it is the sheer flexibility of this game … Continue reading


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