Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening

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Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
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Start Kindergarten off with "sound" footings in phonemic awareness with Start Here! These hands-on activities will get every learner involved in learning their sounds.

literacy sub-skill development is ESSENTIAL to building a better reader. Start practicing today with this interactive giveaway.

Watch our YouTube video to learn more
On Building a Better Reader HERE

Learn more about effective
Kindergarten Screening HERE

Use this mini themed download to check if your students need literacy sub-skill practice.

Do your students need more of this type of work?
Check out the Interactive Essential Units Here.

**********************Sub-skills in each unit are*********************
alphabetic principle
memory skills
phonemic awareness
segmenting
manipulating
blending
syllabication
rhyme
writing responses to reading
word relations
decoding
spelling patterns
prediction skills
retelling
auditory skills
visual processing skills
sight word recognition
new vocabulary acquisition
fluency
the reading process

***********************Materials in each unit*********************
Teachers manual
Twenty lesson plans
Alphabetic principle game cards
Classroom posters on reading and writing (includes smaller versions for distribution to students)
Word study cards (base, rhyme, visual, and auditory)
Student study packs with group and independent activities
Full color examples of student study packs
Two additional independent literacy activities
The Major Players List – phonemes ,blends, digraphs etc.

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The words used in every unit correspond to an actual book in print. While you do not need to utilize the print book or conduct a read-aloud with your students, it is strongly recommended and is a developmentally appropriate practice. The use of a book, direct code instruction and practice, and direct vocabulary instruction is best practice and is recommended by the International Literacy Association (formerly the International Reading Association (IRA, 1999). Start Here has no affiliation with the recommended book, it is only a suggestion.

*Recommended book for Unit 1 – “Otis and the Tornado” by Loren Long*

*Recommended book for Unit 2 – “How Did That Get In My Lunch Box” by Chris Butterworth

*Recommended book for Unit 3 – “Friends” by Eric Carle

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For best practice you will also need:
-Big books and high-interest books for daily read-aloud sessions
-A set of leveled books for student independent reading
-Lined student journals
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Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
Hands-On Phonemic Awareness Activities - Kindergarten Screening
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