|Phonemic Awareness Materials (Phonological Awareness Materials) for Special Needs Students
Children with special learning needs often have deficits in phonological awareness, making it difficult for them to identify and manipulate sounds within words. Some of the most common difficulties observed are the following
Most children acquire phonological awareness quickly during early reading instruction. Some children, however, need help acquiring these skills. Deficits if phonological awareness are common among children with speech sound disorders.
Academic Communication Associates offers a variety of practical products that can be used to facilitate the development of phonological awareness in special needs students. Here are a few of the most popular publications:
The products can be viewed at acawebsite.com Some of these products are now available in a downloadable format.
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