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Riddles, Rhymes and Alliteration

Listening Exercises Based on Phonics

By (author) Jane Turner
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Speechmark Publishing Ltd
Published: 7th Sep 2007
Dimensions: w 222mm h 300mm d 16mm
Weight: 705g
ISBN-10: 0863886000
ISBN-13: 9780863886003
Barcode No: 9780863886003
"Riddles, Rhyme and Alliteration" is an activity-based resource that encourages children aged 4-7 years to concentrate, listen to and discriminate between different speech sounds. Teachers can use the material separately or as part of a phonics programme, as each activity has the flexibility to be used with individuals, groups or whole classes. Older children who have listening and auditory discrimination difficulties, poor listening skills, and mild to moderate hearing loss or 'glue ear' can also benefit from using the material. Each of the eighteen sections is based on a particular phoneme and includes two or three pages of illustrations to accompany the activities.The activities are photocopiable and include: riddles which can be solved with the help of the picture pages; exercises on alliteration and rhyming words; tongue twisters; a story containing words beginning with the target phonemes; and a puzzle worksheet based on some of the words from the picture pages. All of the activities have clear instructions and are presented orally by the teacher, except the puzzle worksheets that encourage the child to work independently. The picture pages can also be coloured in at school or at home to help consolidate what has been taught. Written by a teacher for teachers, "Riddles, Rhyme and Alliteration" will prove a welcome resource for those who have limited time for preparation.

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'A very useful therapy resource that is ready to use in any phonology programme and will save preparation time for any busy therapist.' Speech & Language Therapy in Practice