We included studies that use randomisation, quasi‐randomisation, or minimisation to allocate participants to either a phonics intervention group (phonics alone, phonics and phoneme awareness training, or phonics and irregular word reading training) or a control group (no training or alternative training, such as maths). Participants were English‐speaking children, adolescents, or adults whose word reading was below the level expected for their age for no known reason (that is, they had adequate attention and no known physical, neurological, or psychological problems).
Menurut penelitian, jika anak bisa tertawa atau terlihat senang saat mempelajari sesuatu maka itu bertanda positif. Sebab materi akan jauh lebih mudah masuk kalo anak belajarnya dalam kondisi senang. Makanya para ilmuwan mencari tahu tentang permainan yg bagus, permainan yg bisa membuat proses belajar semudah bermain agar anak2 senang belajar. Lalu bermunculanlah mainan edukasi, tapi sayang ga semua yg ada gamenya itu ramah otak Bun.

SAYA BINGUNG DAN SULIT UNTUK MENGERTI APA YANG MOM DEASI SHARING, Bear with me ya,... Tahan dulu binggungnya... Kita binggung karena memang nggak tahu jadi nggak bisa menidentifikasi, mau nggak binggung lagi? Baca terus... Siapa yang nggak mau Ramadan yang positif? Kita semua kan berusaha untuk itu 😉 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Tapi realitanya banyak di antara sisters kita yang tidak punya pengalaman Ramadan yang positif bahkan selama bertahun-tahun. Hurtful truth rite? Termasuk juga ada yang nggak punya sama sekali. Tapi,… Siapa juga mau ngomongin tentang hal ini Taboo? Sesuatu untuk disembunyikan Jangan diomongin No one wants to talk about it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Sekalian deh biar keluar dari dadaku: * Kita, nggak seharusnya merasa seperti ini kan *Kalau ngerasa gini, apa saya muslim yang nggak baik? *Atau apalah lainnya yang bikin kita punya negatif thinking diseputar Ramadan ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Semua kekacauan di kepala ini bikin kita nggak berdaya, merasa tidak berharga, merasa kurang, merasa gagal, saya tunjuk jari untuk diri sendiri kalau saya juga pernah merasa seperti itu atau parahnya lagi, nggak tahu apa yang dirasakan. So far so good kalau kata orang kita. Kayak gini nih seringnya (contoh nyata) Saya: Apa kabarmu? Teman: Alhamdulillah! Saya: Kamu tuh belum jawab tanya saya, saya tahu, kamu bilang All Praise is due to Allah, that's great MashaAllah!, tapi saya kan tanya, gimana kabarmu. Teman: baik-baik saja Saya: ru sure? Teman: iya Saya: dalam hati gemas minta ampun meski tahu keadaannya nggak baik. Takeaways: so many of us, terutama kita, wanita Asia, Indonesia yang merasa nggak tahu cara menggungkapkan rasa, dan lebih parah lagi nggak tahu kalau butuh, dan nggak tahu ini identifikasinya apa. Dan kita terbelengu oleh semua ini, yang ada ujung-ujung meledak dan pun nggak tahu kenapanya dan gimana solusinya. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Karena itu, Program Ramadan ini sesuatu yang berarti sekali buat saya meski saya tahu saya jauh dari sempurna, but at least saya menyadari hal ini. Dan ini untuk membantu utamanya diri saya sendiri, dan sisters lainnya, untuk mengembalikan “positivity” ke Ramadan kita. Karena Ramadan itu untuk semuanya dari Allah. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ayo buat Ramadan yang Positif!
Memperkuat tubuh dan membentuk kebiasaan berolahraga. Kesehatan fisik adalah faktor penting bagi perkembangan anak. Anak bisa tumbuh sehat saat mereka melawan penyakit. Orangtua merasa sangat khawatir saat anak mereka sakit. Selain memberikan nutrisi yang tepat, maka cara lainnya untuk memperkuat daya tahan anak adalah lewat olahraga. Latihan fisik sangatlah membantu pertumbuhan tulang dan perkembangan syaraf anak, serta meningkatkan koordinasi fisik dan mengendalikan berat badan mereka secara efisien.

Kalau ditanya apa hobi saya? hampir nggak pernah saya bilang, bukan karena nggak punya, tapi binggung, kalau menjawab seperti jawaban rata-rata orang. Hobi saya ya apa yang saya kerjakan setiap hari sepanjang minggu sepanjang tahun. Ya hidup saya ini ups and downsnya, klise? Not really, if you think about it. Hal yang bakal bikin saya berhenti menjalankan hobi: Kalau Allah kasih sakit keras Atau diminta oleh keluarga untuk GMS pensiun + pensiun sharing (tapi saya masih punya hobi lainnya yang juga saya jalanin setiap harinya). Kalau ngomongin kenapa hampir 1 dekade sharing, ngejalanin usaha, kerepotan, sambil berhomesteading, keseharianku it’s a little bit of everything. Setiap harinya dari jam 3 pagi hingga jam 7 malam penuh dengan segala printilan antara worshiping Allah, belajar, keluarga dan bisnis, homesteading. Tapi dibalik ini semua, saya masih bisa sharing isi hati, isi kepala tentang segala hal di kehidupan ini ke banyak wanita and feel their greatness through their life crossing path with me. Kelihatan melelahkan, iya, kata siapa nggak capek. Tapi ini hobi saya. Jadi ngelakuinnya ya bahagia aja, suka aja isinya 💞 Seberapa banyak orang yang bisa hidup sehari-harinya dengan bahagia karena menjalankan hobinya? I am!. Saya salah satunya Gimana dengan kalian? Are you living your hobby? Kalau nggak kenapa? What stops you? Can u tell me?


Synthetic phonics, also known as blended phonics, is a method employed to teach children to read by blending the English sounds to form words. This method involves learning how letters or letter groups represent individual sounds, and that those sounds are blended to form a word. For example, shrouds would be read by pronouncing the sounds for each spelling "/ʃ, r, aʊ, d, z/" and then blending those sounds orally to produce a spoken word, "/ʃraʊdz/." The goal of either a blended phonics or synthetic phonics instructional programme is that students identify the sound-symbol correspondences and blend their phonemes automatically. Since 2005, synthetic phonics has become the accepted method of teaching reading (by phonics instruction) in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the US, a pilot programme using the Core Knowledge Early Literacy programme that used this type of phonics approach showed significantly higher results in K-3 reading compared with comparison schools.[14]
The executive summary states, "The evidence is clear ... that direct systematic instruction in phonics during the early years of schooling is an essential foundation for teaching children to read. Findings from the research evidence indicate that all students learn best when teachers adopt an integrated approach to reading that explicitly teaches phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary knowledge and comprehension." The Inquiry Committee also states that the apparent dichotomy between phonics and the whole-Language approach to teaching "is false". However, it goes on to say "It was clear, however, that systematic phonics instruction is critical if children are to be taught to read well, whether or not they experience reading difficulties."[44]
Begitulah kira-kira apa yang saya alami selama 6 bulan ini ketika saya membimbing anak saya untuk bisa membaca dalam bahasa Inggris. Alhamdulillah, Affan yang berusia 6 tahun dan duduk di Year 1 sudah mulai bisa membaca. Ehmmm…tentu saja dengan pronounciation, spelling, ritme dan aksen orang Inggris (Aussie..heh), nggak seperti papa-mamanya yang suka ngomong Inggris Jawa. Untuk kakaknya, si Afkar yang duduk di Year 6, dia tidak perlu di bimbing karena sudah bisa men-judge perbedaan bahasa Indonesia dan English. Sedangkan bagi si Algy, karena baru berumur 3 tahun dan belum mengenal huruf, insyaallah akan belajar sendiri, karena belum ada background yang menghambat.

Dalam menguasai ketrampilan membaca, anak juga harus melalui tahapan yang benar, agar hasilnya baik. Umumnya anak2 yang belum menguasai warna, tidak akan mampu memahami huruf. Shg stimulasi huruf dilakukan setelah anak memahami warna kompleks dan primer. Warna komplek yang dimaksud yaitu warna hijau tua, hijau muda, coklat tua, coklat muda, jingga, abu-abu, dll.

Historically, a range of less systematic approaches have been popular. Typically, these approaches do not have a clear scope or follow a sequence but instead address letter sounds only as they arise incidentally in interactions with children or are needed to read words within a specific text. So, if a teacher is reading the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, she will teach the ee sound because it is found in the word see. The problem with this kind of serendipitous approach as the driver of phonics instruction is that information is not presented logically to the child and information gets missed. Of course, children should read connected text as they are learning phonics, and teachers should point out words they are reading that match taught patterns. But the scope and sequence of phonics instruction should not be based primarily on opportune moments in text reading.
^ "National Reading Panel (NRP) – Publications and Materials – Reports of the Subgroups". National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (2000). Report of the National Reading Panel. Teaching children to read: an evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction: Reports of the subgroups (NIH Publication No. 00-4754). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 2000. Archived from the original on 2010-06-11.
^ "National Reading Panel (NRP) – Publications and Materials – Summary Report". National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (2000). Report of the National Reading Panel. Teaching children to read: An evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction (NIH Publication No. 00-4769). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 2000. Archived from the original on 2010-06-10. 									

Ara contohnya, yg imajinasinya langsung "on" ketika membuka paket hijaiyah seri 2 permen pizza. Saking larutnya dalam game pesta permen pizza, Ara tidak mau acara gamenya diinterupsi dg cerita, jadi setiap melewati 'buku ajaib', Ara langsung lanjut jalan tanpa mau berhenti di kotak itu. Dia terobsesi dg rumah beratap melengkung yg dapat mengeluarkan soal2 hijaiyah yg lucu2. Iya soalnya lucu2, makanya yg main abaca jadi suka dan ketagihan. Ara baru terhenti di kotak 55 setelah berpetualang dg asyiknya non stop selama 2 jam. Emaknya ikut ngos2an sampe nggak sempat packing. Asyik ya? Pernahkah Anda melihat seorang anak yg energinya terfokus pada belajar? Dan jika ada banyak anak seperti Ara, Indonesia akan menjadi negara yg maju karena generasi mudanya cinta belajar. Inilah misi abaca. Menyulap anak Indonesia cinta belajar dg metode yg ramah otak dan sesuai psikologi anak.
To understand the big picture, children must understand the alphabetic principle—how our English system of writing works. The alphabetic principle is simply that visual symbols (letters) represent speech sounds (phonemes). To write the spoken word “dog,” you use alphabetic symbols to represent the speech sounds. We can combine and recombine letter symbols to form words. As odd as it may sound, children can learn letters and even letter sounds in very rote ways without understanding the alphabetic system. When children do not understand the alphabetic principle, they may do the following:
Your child will probably learn phonics in kindergarten through second grade. In kindergarten, children usually learn the sounds of the consonant letters (all letters except the vowels a, e, i, o, and u). First- and second-graders typically learn all the sounds of letters, letter combinations, and word parts (such as “ing” and “ed”). They practice reading and spelling words containing those letters and patterns. Second-graders typically review and practice the phonics skills they have learned to make spelling and reading smooth and automatic.
Your child will probably learn phonics in kindergarten through second grade. In kindergarten, children usually learn the sounds of the consonant letters (all letters except the vowels a, e, i, o, and u). First- and second-graders typically learn all the sounds of letters, letter combinations, and word parts (such as “ing” and “ed”). They practice reading and spelling words containing those letters and patterns. Second-graders typically review and practice the phonics skills they have learned to make spelling and reading smooth and automatic.
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Koniks today are bred either in barns or open reserves and under human guidance. The Konik was bred for a larger shoulder height in past decades, to improve its value as a working horse. A more graceful appearance, especially of the head, was established, as well. Black and sorrel horses have been largely selected out, but still appear on occasion, as do white markings.[4] The simultaneous management of Koniks in both barns and reserves made it possible to compare the health and behaviour of the horses under different circumstances. For example, hoof diseases and hay allergies are more common in Koniks raised in barns than in reserves.[4]
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Pembelajaran bahasa asing yg paling efektif adalah dg langsung praktik, bukan pasif. Seperti bayi yang selalu diajak ngobrol oleh orangtuanya langsung. Bahkan bayi bule usia 3 tahun sudah tahu cara menerapkan tensis (penggunaan verba yg berubah dg variabel waktu) spt present tense, future tense, past tense meski ga paham grammar. Bandingkan dg anak yg belajar bahasa Inggris di sekolah, selama 3 tahun di SMP masih belum bisa bicara dalam bahasa Inggris, masih kalah dg bayi bule usia 3 tahun? Artinya pendekatan belajar bahasa asing yg dilakukan di sekolah kurang tepat karena bersifat pasif (anak tidak diajak ngobrol) shg anak2 tidak dapat mempraktikkannya.
Penelitian menunjukkan bahwa Phonics adalah salah satu cara tercepat bagi anak-anak untuk mempelajari konsep menulis kata dan mengembangkan kemampuan membaca, terutama apabila mereka mulai mempelajarinya di usia muda. Dengan mengajar membaca dan mengeja melalui penerjemahan fonetik dalam pengejaan biasa, menggunakan kemampuan membaca mandiri menjadi sangat lebih mudah bagi anak-anak, dimana hal tersebut dapat mendorong mereka untuk berlatih dan terus belajar di rumah.
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Ini salah satu pertanyaan berulang dari teman-teman yang penasaran, gimana caranya saya yang bukan Native English Speaker bisa ngajarin anak-anak kami membaca, menulis, berbicara (yg ini juga didukung pembiasaan, di rumah kita pakai bahasa Inggris sebagai bahasa utama dan suami wna but not native English speaker juga lho, he’s Danish!, but to tell the truth, dulunya suami kerjanya di LN terpisah dari kita-kita (anak dan istri) yang seringan di Indonesia).

Dalam menguasai ketrampilan membaca, anak juga harus melalui tahapan yang benar, agar hasilnya baik. Umumnya anak2 yang belum menguasai warna, tidak akan mampu memahami huruf. Shg stimulasi huruf dilakukan setelah anak memahami warna kompleks dan primer. Warna komplek yang dimaksud yaitu warna hijau tua, hijau muda, coklat tua, coklat muda, jingga, abu-abu, dll.
Owing to the shifting debate over time (see "History and Controversy" below), many school systems, such as California's, have made major changes in the method they have used to teach early reading. Today, most[which?] teachers combine phonics with the elements of whole language that focus on reading comprehension. Adams[15] and the National Reading Panel advocate for a comprehensive reading programme that includes several different sub-skills, based on scientific research. This combined approach is sometimes called balanced literacy, although some researchers assert that balanced literacy is merely whole language called by another name.[16] Proponents of various approaches generally agree that a combined approach is important.[citation needed] A few stalwarts favour isolated instruction in Synthetic phonics and introduction to reading comprehension only after children have mastered sound-symbol correspondences. On the other side, some whole language supporters are unyielding in arguing that phonics should be taught little, if at all. [17]
Bunda ingin memberikan pengalaman luar biasa ketika anak2 belajar hijaiyah spt Ara? Gunakan abaca flashcard agar setelah selesai belajar, anak masih memiliki kecintaan thd belajar, bukan malah trauma. Buktikan pada anak2 bahwa belajar itu adalah aktivitas menyenangkan. Sisihkan waktu Anda utk anak sebagai bentuk kepedulian thd masa depan pendidikan mereka. Ingat, pendidikan adalah paspor masa depan. Dan sekaranglah saatnya mempersiapkan anak2 Bunda agar mendapatkan pendidikan terbaik dg media abaca flashcard.
A final point about letter-name knowledge: it is often noted that letter-name knowledge in preschool and kindergarten is a strong predictor of children’s later literacy achievement. This is true, but it is not because letter-name knowledge is an even-close-to-sufficient contributor to actual reading or writing. It is helpful, but some children learn to read knowing only letter sounds—no letter names. The predictive power of letter names lies largely in the fact that it is a proxy for other things. Children who know letter names early are more likely to have experienced a substantial emphasis on print literacy in the home and to have attended a strong preschool, for example, which in turn increase the likelihood of higher later reading and writing achievement. Naming letters is only one facet of letter knowledge, and probably not even the most important one. It is the application of letter-sound knowledge that advances children’s reading and spelling.
Berkali-kali, penelitian telah menunjukkan bahwa kunci untuk membuat anak-anak kecanduan phonics adalah memulai lebih awal. Bagaimana awal? Beberapa pendidik mengatakan taman kanak-kanak adalah waktu yang tepat untuk memperkenalkan pendidikan fonetik untuk memberi anak-anak pelajaran baru dalam membaca mereka. Tentu saja, tidak ada salahnya datang dari eksplorasi awal huruf dan suara anak. Dalam skenario terbaik, anak-anak ini akan memasuki sekolah dasar yang sudah naik pada tingkat membaca kelas dua atau tiga.

The evidence is clear that young children benefit from opportunities to read text that emphasizes letter-sound relationships they have learned to date.11 This reinforces the value of their hard work and of using decoding to read words. Children’s reading opportunities should not be restricted to decodable texts, or those with only letter sounds they have been taught, but such texts should be a regular part of the reading diet. TextProject.org is a great resource for texts, and information about texts, that support beginning readers to learn to decode, without being as boring or unnatural as some decodable texts are.
Bunda ingin memberikan pengalaman luar biasa ketika anak2 belajar hijaiyah spt Ara? Gunakan abaca flashcard agar setelah selesai belajar, anak masih memiliki kecintaan thd belajar, bukan malah trauma. Buktikan pada anak2 bahwa belajar itu adalah aktivitas menyenangkan. Sisihkan waktu Anda utk anak sebagai bentuk kepedulian thd masa depan pendidikan mereka. Ingat, pendidikan adalah paspor masa depan. Dan sekaranglah saatnya mempersiapkan anak2 Bunda agar mendapatkan pendidikan terbaik dg media abaca flashcard.

Most poor readers tend to rely so heavily on one reading strategy, such as the use of context and picture clues, that they exclude other strategies that might be more appropriate. To become skilled, fluent readers, children need to have a repertoire of strategies to draw on. These strategies include using a knowledge of sound-spelling relationships — in other words, an understanding of phonics. In addition, research has shown that skilled readers attend to almost every word in a sentence and process the letters that compose each of these words.
^ "National Reading Panel (NRP) – Publications and Materials – Summary Report". National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (2000). Report of the National Reading Panel. Teaching children to read: An evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction (NIH Publication No. 00-4769). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. 2000. Archived from the original on 2010-06-10.
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Seperti yang disebutkan sebelumnya, kartu flash sangat bagus, tetapi mereka mungkin tidak membantu jika anak Anda memiliki masalah fisik. Jika pengujian anak Anda menunjukkan masalah penglihatan, pendengaran, pemrosesan atau pembelajaran, pastikan untuk menindaklanjuti dengan rekomendasi yang diberikan oleh dokter, terapis, dan / atau guru anak Anda.

Spelling, including invented spelling, is an excellent way to instruct and reinforce letter-sound knowledge and phoneme awareness and to establish secure orthographic representations (sight words).  Teachers must provide corrective feedback to ensure the learning of accurate spelling in order to help establish those words in long-term memory for reading.
Model ini akhirnya belajar membaca 6.000 kata-kata, mengucapkan dengan benar dan menghitung arti dari hampir semua dari mereka. Berdasarkan hasil, itu dicapai ini tidak dengan mengandalkan hanya pada satu pendekatan untuk membaca, tetapi dengan menggabungkan dua untuk mengasah dalam pada makna yang jauh lebih cepat. Keseimbangan ini, bagaimanapun, sebagai pembaca bergeser menjadi lebih terampil.

Mengenalkan sesuatu perlu proses yang urut, jika menginginkan hasil yg baik. Kalo mau mengenalkan makanan padat pada bayi, maka prosesnya harus diawali dg makanan yg encer sekali hampir spt air, lalu ditingkatkan lagi kepadatannya sampe bayi dapat mengunyah dan mencerna makanan padat dg baik. Tidak mungkin kita kenalkan makanan padat langsung tanpa proses pengenalan makanan yg lebih lunak dulu karena pencernaan bayi bisa bermasalah.
Kim Burnim: Actually the first step is just learning the names of the letters of the alphabet—research has shown that when children know the names of the letters, they are better able to learn about the sounds that the letters represent. It’s always a good idea to start with the letters in the child’s name, because this makes the learning more meaningful. For example, you can pick a letter from your child’s name and help him or her circle it each time it is found on one page of a magazine. Or you can help your child find the letters of his or her name in an alphabet book. You can also help your child make letters of their name with playdough, or use finger paint or sand in a sandbox to practice writing the letters.
Penelitian menunjukkan bahwa Phonics adalah salah satu cara tercepat bagi anak-anak untuk mempelajari konsep menulis kata dan mengembangkan kemampuan membaca, terutama apabila mereka mulai mempelajarinya di usia muda. Dengan mengajar membaca dan mengeja melalui penerjemahan fonetik dalam pengejaan biasa, menggunakan kemampuan membaca mandiri menjadi sangat lebih mudah bagi anak-anak, dimana hal tersebut dapat mendorong mereka untuk berlatih dan terus belajar di rumah.

In the first 60 lessons, all of Reading Eggs’ books are highly decodable, using words that have been introduced and reinforced by the lessons. The program responds to readers at their level of ability, making it possible for children to consistently read at their own individual level. This is extremely beneficial for their learning and overall confidence.
4. See, for example, Heidi Anne E. Mesmer, Letter Lessons and First Words (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, forthcoming); Donald R. Bear et al., Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction (New York: Pearson, 2015); and Sharon Walpole and Michael C. McKenna, How to Plan Differentiated Reading Instruction (New York: Guilford Press, 2017).
In order to have a true understanding of the purpose and function of letters and letter sounds, children must understand how words are represented in print, or concept of word.5 This means they know that words are collections of letters that represent a series of speech sounds that collectively represent a unit of meaning. They need to understand that each new word is signified by a space that does not contain any letters. They need to understand that you can see a word as well as say a word.
Around 5% of English speakers have a significant problem with learning to read words. Poor word readers are often trained to use letter‐sound rules to improve their reading skills. This training is commonly called phonics. Well over 100 studies have administered some form of phonics training to poor word readers. However, there are surprisingly few systematic reviews or meta‐analyses of these studies. The most well‐known review was done by the National Reading Panel (Ehri 2001) 12 years ago and needs updating. The most recent review (Suggate 2010) focused solely on children and did not include unpublished studies.
For many children, practicing the ability to recognize sounds in words can make a big difference in how fast they learn to read. A child can practice phonemic awareness by listening to and reciting pieces that rhyme, such as songs, nursery rhymes, other poems, and rhyming stories. This is why we include all of these things as part of the curriculum on ABCmouse.com.
Siapa yang tidak ingin anaknya jago ngomong Bahasa Inggris? Semua orang tua pasti menginginkannya bukan? Sekaraag ini, Bahasa Inggris sudah menjadi second language bagi anak-anak di kota besar sepertiJjakarta. Mereka terbiasa berbicara dalam bahasa inggris karna disekolah bahasa yang dipakai adalah Bahasa Inggris. Kemampuan berbahasa (verbal) bisa didapat secara natural; yakni melalui mendengar dan praktek langsung. Namun, untuk kemampuan membaca diperlukan latihan dan pengajaran terhadap si anak. Intinya kemampuan membaca itu tidak bisa datang begitu saja.

On the other hand, there is such a thing as too much phonics instruction. We have seen prekindergarten and kindergarten classrooms in which the better part of the day is focused on letter-sound instruction (and often in a manner inconsistent with what research would recommend). This is problematic because it leaves insufficient time for many other important areas of development. For example, vocabulary and concept knowledge, which are strong predictors of long-term reading and writing success, also need attention. In fact, vocabulary knowledge affects word-reading development. We sometimes cannot even know whether we have read a word accurately unless we already have the word in our vocabulary. Is the word lemic pronounced with a short e, like lemon, or a long e, like lemur? Unless you already know this word, you aren’t sure. For children trying to learn to read words with low vocabulary knowledge, such uncertainty is common.
I purchased this app for my 3-year-old daughter last year and she loved it. Now, after one year, she is reading between 2nd and 4th grade levels. Obviously, we have been reading together through that time, but Hooked on Phonics was the right choice to teach her to sound out words and learn basic sight words. And we all love the Big Pig song! By: coastsideMom
Consonant digraphs are those spellings wherein two letters are used to represent a single consonant phoneme. The most common consonant digraphs are ch for /tʃ/, ng for /ŋ/, ph for /f/, sh for /ʃ/, th for /θ/ and /ð/. Letter combinations like wr for /r/ and kn for /n/ are technically also consonant digraphs, although they are so rare that they are sometimes considered patterns with "silent letters".
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A final point about letter-name knowledge: it is often noted that letter-name knowledge in preschool and kindergarten is a strong predictor of children’s later literacy achievement. This is true, but it is not because letter-name knowledge is an even-close-to-sufficient contributor to actual reading or writing. It is helpful, but some children learn to read knowing only letter sounds—no letter names. The predictive power of letter names lies largely in the fact that it is a proxy for other things. Children who know letter names early are more likely to have experienced a substantial emphasis on print literacy in the home and to have attended a strong preschool, for example, which in turn increase the likelihood of higher later reading and writing achievement. Naming letters is only one facet of letter knowledge, and probably not even the most important one. It is the application of letter-sound knowledge that advances children’s reading and spelling. 			

Synthetic phonics, also known as blended phonics, is a method employed to teach children to read by blending the English sounds to form words. This method involves learning how letters or letter groups represent individual sounds, and that those sounds are blended to form a word. For example, shrouds would be read by pronouncing the sounds for each spelling "/ʃ, r, aʊ, d, z/" and then blending those sounds orally to produce a spoken word, "/ʃraʊdz/." The goal of either a blended phonics or synthetic phonics instructional programme is that students identify the sound-symbol correspondences and blend their phonemes automatically. Since 2005, synthetic phonics has become the accepted method of teaching reading (by phonics instruction) in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the US, a pilot programme using the Core Knowledge Early Literacy programme that used this type of phonics approach showed significantly higher results in K-3 reading compared with comparison schools.[14]
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