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Snowy's Kindergarten Readiness
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In this class we will use a simple box of crayons to help us learn about rhyming words, colors and the importance working together. The ability to hear the rime (last part) of a word can be quite difficult for young children, but is an essential pre-reading skill. Manipulating the onset (first sound) of familiar words like colors and names is an effective way of introducing this skill. The box of crayons will allow the children to touch the colors as they practice color recognition and...
Students will be introduced to rhyming words Students will listen for manipulated onsets using their names Students will listen for manipulated onsets and match familiar colors; ex: turple rhymes with (purple) Students will listen for rhyming words in the story, "The Crayon Box that Talked" by Shane DeRolf Students will discuss the implications of the story (All of the colors are important) Students will be encouraged to draw a picture or design using at least 3 colors
Learners will need: One new or used box of 10-24 crayons containing at least the colors: purple, blue green, yellow, orange, red, black, white, pink and gray. One sheet of white drawing paper One small tray (optional)
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Rhyme Time with Mrs. Reimers & Jack-Jack
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
3 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hi! I'm Kim Reimers. My pet fish Jack-Jack and I will be helping kids "tune-in" to reading by helping them improve their listening skills. We'll play games, sing songs, read stories and learn rhymes while focusing on the tiniest parts of words:...