I’m sharing the last of the Lesson Plans & Outlines today for the BOB Books Set 5. The FREE printables featured in these sets come from 3 Dinosaurs and This Reading Mama.
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These are lesson outlines and not step-by-step lesson plans. Many of the printables contained int these lesson plans give you the step-by-step. As always, feel free to switch out or skip any of the activities that do not work for your child. Some of the lesson outlines have Extras & Extensions at the bottom, but you’ll find a longer list on the last page of the PDF download.
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 phonics and 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.
To see all of the Lesson Outlines for Sets 1-5, click here or on the image above.
Download the FREE lesson outlines for BOB Books Set 5 HERE.
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