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English Language Arts (ELA): Ongoing Style
Fun on the Farm- Early ELA Skills
In this 3 day class, we will practice early ELA skills, including: beginning letter sounds, syllables, and rhyming ("ig" word family), plus, learn fun facts about some of our favorite farm animals (pigs, chickens, and cows).
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Students will practice early ELA skills in this class. Each day I will begin class by describing a farm animal and have the students guess which one it is. They will then share all that they know about that animal, also learning new fun fact. We will be adding these facts to a chart that we create together. We will listen to stories themed with the farm animal of the day, go over the ELA skill for the day, then complete an activity for practice.
Day 1- PIGS (rhyming/ word family "ig") The students will listen to a description of a pig, guessing what it is. They will then share all they know about pigs, learning new fun facts. Next, I will read a rhyming poem called, "Pigs Dig." We will then do a lesson on "ig" family words (creating rhyming words). The students will cut out letters given and build words from the "ig" family. I will add these words to an anchor chart as they build them. Lastly, the students will create a book with these same words, that they can read over and over again. Day 2- COWS (beginning letter sounds). The students will listen to a description of a cow, guessing what it is. They will then share all they know about cows, learning new fun facts. Next, I will read, "The Fed-Up Cow" by Peta Lemon. We will then do a lesson on beginning letter sounds with words related to cows. Next, the teacher will say a word, and students will hold up the correct letter for the beginning letter sound. Lastly, (if time permits), students will do an activity where they write the beginning letter sound. Day 3- CHICKENS (syllables). The students will listen to a description of a chicken, guessing what it is. They will then share all they know about chickens, learning new fun facts. Next, I will read, "My Pet Chicken" by Rob Foster. We will then do a lesson on syllables using words related to chickens. The students will be asked to clap and jump out the words (learning how many syllables are in each word). I will show them how each word is broken down in syllables (with colored words). Lastly, the students will complete a syllables worksheet (cutting and pasteing pictures in the correct boxes for 1, 2, or 3 syllables).
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1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Early Childhood Educator
Chasity RodgersEarly Childhood Educator
172 total reviews
152 completed classes
My name is Chasity Rodgers. I am from South Carolina in the United States. I have been married for 16 years and have 5 children (4 boys and a girl). My family enjoys doing anything outdoors, including; fishing, camping, hiking, swimming, etc. My...