ABC, Follow Me! Phonics Rhymes and Crafts Grades K-1 by Linda Armstrong

By Linda Armstrong

Get stable studying effects with phonics! train scholars in Grades K-1 the fundamentals of phonemic information to extend studying abilities. ·These classes comprise playful tale hour rhymes and actions to supply direct guideline in phonics and phonemic wisdom distinctive to get strong studying effects ·The classes are easy-to-implement and correlated to nationwide criteria. they're a excellent source for assisting your scholars make enough every year development (AYP) ·Included within the publication are unique, tutorial, reproducible black line masters! No baby Left at the back of (NCLB) has raised nationwide knowledge of pupil interpreting skillability. This new source deals hands-on aid with educating phonics and phonemic wisdom. those easy-to-follow classes on letter and sound acceptance may also help educators construct the root for a good analyzing software within the school room and library. Use this booklet to coach phonics and increase your scholars' interpreting ratings!

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Probably) Leader: Riding a rollercoaster on a fast run. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Visiting a factory with toys by the ton. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Stopping by a bakery for a sugar bun. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Watching flashing fireworks when the day is done. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Running a great race, and being number one. Would it be boring, or would it be fun?

Explain that it is a mask. Hold it up to your face. ■ Hold up the blank letter M mask pattern. Invite students to identify the letter. ■ Tell students that the word mask begins with an M. Encourage them to repeat the word, emphasizing the M sound. ■ Ask students what their mask might represent. Suggest birds, animals, and people. ■ Demonstrate how to add a nose and eyes with markers. ■ Distribute the markers and copies of the outline letter M. ■ Encourage students to add details. ■ Distribute scissors and encourage participants to cut out their masks.

Hold it up to your face. ■ Hold up the blank letter M mask pattern. Invite students to identify the letter. ■ Tell students that the word mask begins with an M. Encourage them to repeat the word, emphasizing the M sound. ■ Ask students what their mask might represent. Suggest birds, animals, and people. ■ Demonstrate how to add a nose and eyes with markers. ■ Distribute the markers and copies of the outline letter M. ■ Encourage students to add details. ■ Distribute scissors and encourage participants to cut out their masks.

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