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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Phonological skills predict reading success and must be taught from kindergarten to grade one!

Updated: Nov 26, 2021

Phonological skills refer to the ability of how well the student manipulates the sounds – connect, remove, add separate the sounds such as connecting the sounds of s, m, a, sh = smash; removing the sound of n from the word jungle= juggle; adding the sound s at the beginning of the word witch = switch; separating the sounds from the word shower = sh, ow, er


These skills must be taught to children from kindergarten to grade one from a very simple syllable kit, dug, van to a more advanced level such as tick, chant, stretch, so that they can read and spell known and unknown words


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