Phonological awareness is a necessary component in order to learn how to read. These skills have to be taught to children. Children who have deficits in phonological awareness are at risk for a learning disability such as dyslexia. This is why explicit instruction in phonological awareness is crucial for development. Due to this, it is important to start assessing children on these skills in preschool and start interventions if they are needed. The purpose of this action research was to shed light on how crucial phonological awareness skills are for development and how if a child is deficient in this area there is a concern for interventions.
Holland, Lisa, "Can You Improve Phonological Awareness with Skill Boxes through a Five-Minute Daily Routine?" (2017). Master's Theses & Capstone Projects. 64.