Phonological Development Research Paper

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As a teacher or parent, I think it is very important during the stage of phonological development to work on the speech sounds that children tend to avoid and become uncomfortable when coming across these sounds. There are many games and activities that can help improve phonological development at home and in the classroom. The activities used would depend on which specific sounds the child is having a difficult time pronouncing and whether that child is struggling with rhyming, syllables, blending, segmenting, onsets and rimes, etc.

For example, a child is having a difficult time finding a word that rhymes with cat. It is obvious that this child has difficulty thinking of rhymes for simple CVC single-syllable words. An activity that can be
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