Have you ever wondered about the value of nursery rhymes?
Phonological Awareness requires you to use your ears. Phonics includes using your eyes.
Counting syllables is an important pre-reading skill.
A syllable is a unit of sound, containing one or more letters, that create a vowel sound.
Auditory processing and working memory are important skills for both reading and writing.
A compound word is a combination of two or more words that create a single meaning. (e.g. armchair, toothbrush) DISCOVER more about them HERE!
Hey, I’m Laurie Fyke.
I love getting kids excited about learning… and sharing early literacy ideas with fellow teachers! I provide information and activities to maximize each child’s learning potential as they learn to read and write. I enjoy helping parents and teachers in my roles as a Literacy Specialist, Professional Jolly Phonics Trainer, or Published Author. (Scholastic NY, TPT, Jolly Learning)