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Phonological Skill Development Activities for
Resources for Phonological Skill Development

Before children learn to read print on a page, they first need to become aware of how the speech sounds work together. Phonological skills include the ability to notice and work with sounds in our language such as recognizing rhyme, alliteration, and identifying and manipulating individual sounds (phonemes) as well as larger parts of spoken language such as words and syllables. For further information and activities to promote phonological skills, click on the links below.

Reading Rockets: The Development of Phonological Skills
Read-Aloud Books for Developing Phonemic Awareness
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