Looking for ways to spice up your phonics instruction? Choose from a variety of phonological activities to complement a reading lesson. The guide goes through the basic components of good phonics instruction focusing on sound types, levels of phonological awareness, assessment methods, and activity ideas to use in the classroom with young readers.
- Have a parent or volunteer organize sound cards, magnetic letter tiles, and other manipulatives to be used with activities
- Best used as an introduction to teachers needing guidance in conducting phonological awareness instruction
- Provides activity ideas that teachers can use to organize phonological awareness instruction
- The guide explains why phonological awareness is important to teach
- Does not provide reproducibles, lessons, or other materials to use in the classroom