A-Rhyme-A-Day

A-Rhyme-A-Day

Does your child have difficulty with recognising letters? Does he/she have difficulty reading and putting sounds together? Phonological awareness is critical for learning to read and write. At least 80 percent of poor readers are estimated to demonstrate a weakness in phonological awareness and/or phonological memory. Readers with phonological processing weaknesses also tend to be the poorest spellers (Cassar etl al., 2005)

Phonological awareness is the understanding that words are made of smaller parts. TLC recognises this as a frequent problem faced by the children we see. So we have designed a fun phonological awareness group for children to learn phonological processing through play, games and activities.  

What Your Child Learns?

This program aims to improve your child's:

  • ability to identify sounds in words
  • ability to break words into individual sounds
  • ability to blend sounds into words
  • letter sound knowledge
  • word reading and word spelling 

What The Program Offers?

  • 1x1.5 hour group session per week
  • 1x1 hour individual session per week
  • Duration of 10 weeks

Who Can Benefit?

  • Suitable for children aged 3-7 years of age
  • For children who have difficulty with
    • recognising letters/sounds
    • knowing the sounds letters make
    • reading
    • spelling
    • putting sounds together

*Your child will be assessed individually before the start of the program to confirm that the program is suitable for them and to determine their current abilities.

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