. You can also teach alphabet letters and letter sounds by using an Alphabet Chart with pics.
*Be definite to point to each letter as you are saying the letter name and letter sound.
*Review the alphabet chart times a day and soon your kid will be able to point to each letter and say the sounds himself!
*I have an alphabet chart tacked on the wall at kid-height of my son's bedroom so they can look at it.
Help Your Kid Improve Auditory Skills by Teaching Alphabet Letter Sounds
In order to read, every kid must know the sounds of the alphabet letters. They must be able to recall them quickly - they sees the letter and says the sound without hesitation.
Children have different learning rates. Your kid may need lots of direct instruction to learn the alphabet sounds. Don't forget, they will learn letter sounds more quickly with a short every day review.
. Check your kid's knowledge of alphabet letter sounds by using the provided Alphabet List. Point to each letter and ask your kid to, "Tell me what this letter says."
*The alphabet list has no pics, so your kid has to depend on memory.
*You are asking your kid to tell you the letter sound, not the letter name.
*Write down letter sounds that they or they misses. This is a pleasant place to start fixing your kid's auditory gaps.
. If your kid needs to learn most of the alphabet letter sounds, help her generate her own Alphabet Book. Staple some pieces of paper together and ask your kid to draw pics of items that start with the sound of each alphabet letter.
. When you are teaching a letter sound, be cautious not to add an "uh" sound at the finish of the letter. For example, letter s ought to sound like a snake hissing, with no throat sound. Letter s says 'sss,' not 'suh.' If your kid learns letters 'c', 'a', 't' as sounding 'kuh,' 'aah,' and 'tuh,' those sounds won't come together to say cat!