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By Hilary White

Many kids want special aid and encouragement to assist strengthen their literacy abilities. This e-book comprises attempted and confirmed actions to enhance listening, verbal reasoning, and language abilities in kids and exhibits you the way to show idea into enjoyable, sensible principles for the study room. the writer indicates the way to hyperlink actions to the Early studying targets and the nationwide Literacy process and the e-book contains: Lesson actions utilizing puppets, nursery rhymes, tale bins, and imagine books feedback for utilizing role-play rules for organizing your play atmosphere to motivate literacy-related play evaluate guidance Lists of assets a range of photocopiable fabric

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Put out a mat, a peg, a pin, a cot and a lid and say: ‘I spy with my little eye something with the middle sound a’. When a child has picked out the appropriate object, encourage the group to segment the whole word. ’ READINESS Segmenting the sounds in a word can be introduced once children have had some experience of detecting initial sounds. CURRICULUM GUIDANCE ELG: hear and say initial and final sounds in words, and short vowel sounds within words NLS/WORD: identifying … initial and final phonemes in CVC words More ‘segmenting words’ activities The following activities offer the children further opportunities to explore the sounds that make up simple CVC words.

Reiterate that pencil begins with the sound p and ask the children to repeat the sound. ■ Continue with different objects for as long as the group is interested. ■ Once the children have had some experience of a particular sound, you can introduce its corresponding letter (see Textured letters, pages 38–40, and I spy with letters, page 42). ■ When the children have had lots of experience and are able to repeat the sounds successfully, move on to Step 2. TIPS Keep reiterating the correct pronunciation of sounds in a positive and supportive way.

Ask the children to help you think of objects whose names begin with b – box, bag, brick, berry, Ben. Go through magazines and cut out pictures of relevant items. Ask the children to draw pictures of b objects, giving them smallish pieces of paper to work on so that their drawings will fit onto your large b. Tour the setting with the children, finding b objects to photograph. Go through magazines, cutting out different samples of the letter b. Decorate the letter shape by sticking on the pictures, photos, drawings and print.

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