Tag Archives: Phonemic Awareness

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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Worth Repeating: Do You Make These 3 Mistakes Teaching Phonemic Awareness?

Editor’s Note:  This article was written for classroom teachers, and is an excellent resource that our readers might like to share with the professionals in their schools. [Source:  Bay Tree Blog] You know that nagging voice inside your head? The one … Continue reading


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Free Printable: Word Family Houses

[Source:  No Time for Flash Cards] Everyone knows by now that I love No Time For Flash Cards!!!  Take a look at her newest printable idea, perfect for speech-language pathologists!    The printable is free to download from the post! … Continue reading


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Speech-Language Activity of the Week: Beginning Sound Letter Hunt

[Source: I Can Teach My Child] Little Brother and I are working on learning (and reinforcing) letter sounds.  I am also in the throes of learning how to juggle 3 kids…while nursing a newborn about 7-8 times each day.  Needless … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Teaching Phonemic Awareness to At-Risk Kindergartners: Where do we Start?

[Source:  Smart Speech Therapy, LLC; Speech Universe] Hi there!  My name is Jen from Speech Universe and to day I am doing a guest post for Smart Speech Therapy on phonemic awareness.  I am a speech-language pathologist who works in … Continue reading


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