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

By Linda Armstrong

Get good studying effects with phonics! educate scholars in Grades K-1 the fundamentals of phonemic know-how to extend analyzing talents. ·These classes contain playful tale hour rhymes and actions to supply direct guide in phonics and phonemic information specific to get stable studying effects ·The classes are easy-to-implement and correlated to nationwide criteria. they seem to be a ideal source for aiding your scholars make sufficient every year development (AYP) ·Included within the e-book are unique, educational, reproducible black line masters! No baby Left at the back of (NCLB) has raised nationwide expertise of scholar examining talent. This new source deals hands-on support with instructing phonics and phonemic wisdom. those easy-to-follow classes on letter and sound reputation can help educators construct the root for a good analyzing application within the lecture room and library. Use this e-book to educate phonics and enhance your scholars' interpreting rankings!

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Ff ABC, Follow Me! Phonics Rhymes and Crafts, Grades K-1 42 Would it be Boring, or Would it be Fun? Leader: Riding in a hot car in the summer sun. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Boring! Leader: A walk across flat farmland when the drive is done. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Boring! (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?

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L’s for the lock that’s on our front door. L is for leaves on summer trees. L is for lobsters that live in cold seas. L is for lawn that Dad has to mow. and L’s for the library where new thoughts grow. 45 Section 2: Consonants L is for Lantern String some of these festive lanterns and hang them along the top edge of a bulletin board for an easy Asian New Year decoration. 14 A photograph of the finished lantern Procedure: ■ Review the sound of L. Encourage students to name some L words from the verse.

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