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Any websites for phonemic awareness activities?
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I have a K parent who is asking for extra practice resources. If history repeats itself, she asks and then doesn't do them. The kid knows letter names and sounds very well but has horrible PA skills. Are there any websites that are free (or free temporarily) that I could give her? I don't want to spend my time making stuff that she's not likely to do but I feel like I can't ignore the request either.


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You could try lailio.com I know it is good for phonics but it might also have some stuff for phonemic awareness.
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The Florida Center for Reading Research still has a lot of their activities up.

https://fcrr.org/resources/resources_sca_k-1.html

Their category is actually phonological awareness, but you could probably find something to work.
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Good Morning,

Do you have Imagine Learning at your school? The students can log in at home and practice and learn reading/literacy skills?

I just was checking Imagine Learning and it does have some things for the Covid situation for free. I have and am using it with my school's subscription.

Here is a link to their Youtube Channel. I just discovered this gem.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9P...aNycPjyV_y9QQA
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Heggery set up a youtube channel that includes a message for parents and videos of a few weeks work of their lessons. You might check those out. I have seen them mentioned a bunch in FB reading teacher forums but haven't personally looked at them.


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