Phonemic Awareness is a hands-on approach in teaching children to be independent readers. It deals with the structure of sounds and words, and understanding that sounds can be assembled in different ways to make different words. Once the child has phonemic awareness, he/she becomes aware that sounds are like building blocks that can be used to construct words. Phonemic awareness is needed not only for reading but spelling and writing as well. With phonemic awareness, the child is able to read and write words that he/she has not seen before and spell correctly without memorising. Phonological awareness is another pre-phonics skill that trains a child's ear to discriminate between similar sounding words.
Photography With
A Difference:
Through Special Eyes

In cooperation with Photography with a Difference (Filipino advocate photographers), Kids Cove is organizing a photo exhibit from 4-6 November 2010, entitled Photography With A ...