This lesson teaches how to break the sounds of language apart into smaller pieces. The biggest pieces of language that children can typically grasp are sentences. It is important to practice listening to sentences, breaking them into words, putting them back together, and changing their order.
This fun activity shows pictures of sentences and then pictures of the same sentence with the words changed around. *The boy licked the lollypop. The lollypop licked the boy.*
**This lesson is part of our Phonological Awareness Words and Sentence Kit.**