Phonological awareness is a cognitive skill for the sound structures of language.
Four young learners, phonological awareness allows them to attend to, discriminate, remember, and manipulate the different sounds and shapes of any language.
To enhance our phonological awareness, we are constantly partaking in projects where we construct words out of manipulatives, sing songs about the letter of the week, and trace letters in a variety of materials.
For this activity, students learned about all of the letters that make up the word SURF.
Using shells as manipulatives, students created the letter S.