In Lesson 8, the focus is the letter D and the sight word my.
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Reading Letter D includes reading activities, such as:
Letter Dd Pocket Chart Version (to use with colored or black & white pictures). Construct the Letter Dd Book in a pocket chart word by word. Then, point and read along…great for concepts of print!
Sight Word Activities, such as:
Sight Word Search for the word my
my Poke Page- I’m amazed at how serious he gets over these!
Phonological Awareness Activities, such as:
Syllable Count and Clip-count syllables and clip the number
Sorting Picture Cards in Pocket Chart (I used picture cards from previous lessons)
Letter D Book/Print Awareness Skills, such as:
Donut Print Awareness- This was, by far, the biggest hit of the week!
D is for Direction- As we read, and did our print awareness activities, I reviewed where we start reading (left) and the direction in which we move; including the return sweep to the next row.
Letter D Handwriting
These tracer pages, made by Carisa, are awesome!
Letter D Math Games, such as:
20-Grid- He used our dog stamp to stamp as he rolled the dice. I originally saw this grid idea at Pre-Kinders.
D Cut and Pattern-
Cut out the d cards…
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