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Picture Sorting for Phonemic Awareness: Reproducible Picture Cards with Hands-On Sorting Games & Activities That Get Kids Ready for Reading Paperback – June 1, 2003
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The book is well organized and accessible to parents as well as to teachers and tutors. It provides a clear explanation on how to assess a child's proficiency at rhyming and how to do the activities. Also impressive are the suggestions on how to alter and expand the activities to make them more challenging as children make gains.
While there are many rhyming workbooks on the market, I have found "Picture Sorting for Phonemic Awareness" to be one of the most effective I have used in my 15 years of working with new and struggling readers. The children enjoy the activities and the improvements they make are impressive. I highly recommend this book.
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I have found myriads of ways to use the cards above and beyond what is suggested in the book. Great for phonemic awareness activities, identifying beginning, middle, or ending sounds by all ages of struggling readers. Identifying phonemes is an important building block for reading readiness.
I also use the cards as an aid in story telling by having the child I am tutoring select a few cards, and then build a story for me using the cards.
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This book contains great hands on activities to help students with phonemic awareness. The activities include syllable counting, matching rhyming words, matching initial sounds,... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Learner Services Teacher
Not exactly what I was looking for. I am sure someone would like it .Published 4 months ago by k. bell
Great for the early childhood grades and reaching struggling students.Published 4 months ago by Becky Keith
My 3 1/2 year old can grasp the concepts of phonics by following these activities. He can understand the difference between beginning and rhyming words. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Felicity
LOVE this book - using it in my speech-language therapy program at an elementary school. Great activities that can be sent home for extra practice.Published 17 months ago by Pamela Williams
What more could a teacher want. This is a very friendly "take home and share" with parents" piece. Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by Jane Willard