We can help our children develop their phonemic awareness, and the best way is to play games with them as part of regular, daily routines.

Literacy experts tell us that reading and writing skills begin with the language skills of speaking and listening. As children develop language, their skills grow more and more refined.
~Michigan State University Extension (Lansing, MI)

Key Takeaways:

Phonemic awareness is a popular topic of conversation among many parents with young kids. They want to see their children develop phonemic awareness in their everyday lives too.
Playing with sounds could be the solution that helps them attain phonemic awareness. Young students can practice playing with sounds when they are in the classroom.
Teachers will support playing with sounds once they see the research now published. Phonemic awareness is a goal that they tend to support for students who are making progress.

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