Providing physical representations of concepts helps activate mental processes. Learners understand concepts more deeply through hands-on experimentation and exploration with manipulatives.
Watch how this teacher incorporates rhyme and tangibles to support the development of Phonological Awareness. As learners practice manipulating sounds to rhyme words, they use their Working Memory and apply their Alphabet Knowledge.
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Learn how a developer created an interactive word game that builds foundational reading skills. Seeing and hearing parts of words supports Alphabet Knowledge, Phonological Awareness, Morphological Awareness, Decoding, and Sight Recognition.