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I used activities from readingrocket.org and tried it on a preschool classroom they absolutely loved trying a new activity Activity #1 Phonological awareness activity Is a broad skill that is includes identifying and manipulating units of oral. Language parts such as words, syllables. Example: Breaking the word cat into individual sounds Learning letter sounds Rhyming matching games Letter sounds listening Rhyming match game To play this rhyming game printout the rhyming word cards and mats , cut out the picture cards and put. Them in a small basket or container, it's a Set of 3 of the match games, children will find the matching picture that matches the word. Activity #2 Clapping names Awareness of syllables Objective To introduce the children to the nature of syllables by leading them to clap and count the syllables in their own names. Activity When you first introduce this activity, model it by using several names of contrasting lengths. Pronounce the first name of one of the children in the
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