Today, after the storms and tornados, I received the bad news that my school had been hit really bad. The entire second grade is gone, the 1st floor has caved into the 2nd floor, the original Kindergarten hall is destroyed, classrooms are empty, like nothing was ever there. The other Kindergarten classrooms and 1st grade hall are ok, except for my classroom, where the windows just opened up and my classroom is sitting intact, but anything and anyone can hop through the window. Take a look at the pictures below.
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!