Saturday, June 23, 2012

10 New Phonemic Awareness Activities @ Teachers Notebook!

Good phonological awareness skills make learning to read, write, and spell a lot easier.  Stop by our Teachers Notebook store to grab your activities now. You WILL NOT be disappointed!  We have been wanting to make these activities all school year, and we finally found some friend~time to get it done this past weekend.

The more ways we teach students, the more ways we reach students...right!?!  These 5 to 15 minute activities can be used in your daily schedule or in a spur-of-the-moment time frame.  Each activity provides many examples to choose from, so there's not need to think of words off the top-of-your-head. 

Please click {right here} to go to our Teachers Notebook shop to view our acitivites.  When we hit 1000 followers we will be having a GiVeAwAy with all of our phonemic awareness activities in one BIG bundle...spread the word!

Have fun with these phonemic awareness activities to help your kindergarteners or beginning first-grade students begin to develop a lifelong enjoyment of language and reading, so they will become a successful reader!

Thanks for stopping by. We truly appreciate you and your support!
Amber & LuAnn


  1. These are just perfect! I need them all!

  2. Thank you so much for your response. I cannot wait for school to start to use them, too. Well...maybe I can enjoy a little more summer time, but my mind has not stop thinking about school. It must be a "bad habit'! HA Thanks again, Amber

  3. Rockstar Teachers can be lovely too! I am passing along the One Lovely Blog Award to you ladies! I enjoy coming over to your blog and I am not the only one! Thank you for sharing your rockin' ideas! Come on over to my blog and pick it up!
    Kindergarten Schmindergarten

  4. You have hit 1,000 followers. Are your going to have a giveaway for this pack? I would love to win it!


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