Category Archives for "BUILDING PRE-READING SKILLS"

Phonogram IGH

By Marilee Senior | BUILDING PRE-READING SKILLS

The Three Letter I.Phonogram igh is a three letter i.  Listen to Wordy sing the igh song.  Add the gesture from the description below to bring the phonogram to life and make it fun to sing and act out. Find ‘igh’ on Syllable StreetClick on the picture below to download a high-resolution image of ‘igh’ […]

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Teaching Preschoolers Phonograms

By admin | BUILDING PRE-READING SKILLS

Teaching Pre-schoolers Phonogram Sounds Not surprisingly, my daughter-in-law, Mandy, teaches my four-year-old granddaughter phonograms.  She embraces “Wordy’s Way” by teaching Carley phonograms here and there throughout the day.  In fact, Mandy started by just singing the jingles to her when Carley was around 6 months old.  She did the gestures with the jingles, and Carley […]

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Phonemic Awareness Games

By admin | BUILDING PRE-READING SKILLS

Clapping Games Have children clap the number of syllables in names. Music is especially useful to clap syllables. Each beat is a syllable and can be easily identified and clapped out.  Picture Cards Lay pictures on a table and ask your child to find a picture that starts with the sound of /__/. Play Take […]

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