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4 Ways to Develop Syllable Awareness

Once students have a sense of word awareness, they begin to develop syllable awareness, even though they may not know what a syllable is. By the end of kindergarten, most students should be able to differentiate syllables in a three-syllable word with modeling and practice. Let’s take a look at some easy ways to improve syllable awareness in little learners!

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Phonological Awareness Cheat Sheet

Phonological Awareness: A Free Cheat Sheet

I know what you’re probably thinking……”the science of reading is everywhere!” Or you might be thinking “why didn’t I learn this in college?” Phonological awareness is one of those mysterious things that relates to education, but has seemed hard to define. There’s plenty of research out there, but there are

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4 Fun Read Alouds for May

It’s time for read alouds for May! For many schools, May is considered to be the home stretch. You can almost see the finish line, although the kids are acting as if we have passed the finish line and school is done! No worries, you can keep them engaged by

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What if Guided Reading Isn’t What Your Students Need?

Small group means guided reading! More. Further. Quicker! Never before has there been a push to get students to read as big as the one we’re seeing today. Somehow the powers that be think it’s ok to push children along before they’re ready, skipping over developmental milestones all in the

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