Today, I am sharing my Lesson Outlines for BOB Books Set 4. Please remember that I am not scripting out lesson plans for this, but sharing outlines of how you can use the FREE BOB Books printables from 3 Dinosaurs, Royal Baloo, and myself. You can visit our specific printable pages and posts to get more detailed information on how to use them.
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You can take liberties as to how you use these outlines by swapping out activities, creating your own or skipping some entirely. You are the expert of your own child, so follow his lead. Chances are, you won’t need to do every activity listed, but they are all included so you can pick and choose what works best.
Also included on the last page of this download are more activities that coincide with BOB Books Set 4’s phonics and/or sight word skills. If your child needs extra time or you find something your child likes better, use it to your advantage. 🙂
When Teaching Your Child to Read…
- Follow the lead of your child. If she shows signs of disinterest or frustration, STOP! Take a break. You may also need to re-evaluate if your child is ready for these books and activities. I cannot emphasize enough the need to be a student of your student. These activities are meant to be engaging, hands-on and fun. If it stops being that for either one of you, it’s time to pull back a little (or a lot).
- While these decodable readers are helpful for beginning readers in terms of phonicsand sight words, they provide little opportunity to work on comprehension (that’s just the nature of beginning decodable readers). Modeling comprehension strategies while reading quality literature out loud and with your child is also a vital component of teaching reading. You can find teacher/mom-tested book lists and read aloud tips on my Read Aloud Resources Pinterest Board.
Find more BOB Books Lesson Plans & Outlines HERE.
Download BOB Books Set 4 Lesson Outlines HERE.
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