Book and Print Awareness: Getting Ready to Read ~ Defining and Modeling Book and Print Awareness for the Young Child
Back to School Kindergarten Print Awareness with Letter Word Sentence Activities
10 Print Awareness Activities for Beginning of Kindergarten with a focus on letter discrimination; letter, word, and sentence sorts; and "letters in your name" activities.
Learning Concepts of Print with Pete the Cat
Learning Concepts of Print with Pete the Cat, with this DIY button Popsicle stick pointer! You could also have students make their own to use as a "spacer".
"Fun with ACTION Words" guest post from Mama Mia!
VERBS Fun with ACTION Words", could also do "action hopscotch" and use a beachball and do whatever action your hand lands on!
British Columbia Kindergarten Language Arts and Environmental Print Letter Match
Pre-Reading Skills Focus: Phonological Awareness
Pre-Reading Skills Focus: Phonological Awareness - Lovely Commotion Learning to read with phonics and phonological awareness.
UNDERSTANDING: This article provides an overview of print awareness. The article states that print awareness does not magically develop in children, it requires the intervention of adults to point out the features of text both in books and the environment. Children's print awareness develops when children are read to and evolves further when they engage in explicit reading instruction.
Print Awareness for Young Children
Print Awareness for Young Children - Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
Book and Print Awareness: From A to Z
What book and print awareness concepts does a young reader need to know?
Common Core Crunch - September & A Freebie
Growing Firsties: Common Core Crunch - September & A Freebie
Teach left-to-right with green dots for go, yellow for the middle words, and red for stop. Lots of ideas for teaching Concepts of Print!
The "Big Four" of Preschool Literacy Instruction: Print Awareness
The “Big Four” of Preschool Literacy Instruction: Oral Language Development
Silly Ways to Teach Print Awareness
Amazing Grace Mary Hoffman, Caroline Binch: Although a classmate says that she cannot play Peter Pan in the school play because she is African-American, Grace discovers that she can do anything she sets her mind to do.
Pre-Reading Skills Focus: Print Awareness
Print awareness is an important pre-reading skills that helps children see the connection between spoken and written words. Get age appropriate ideas here!