Phonics at the Zoo: A Zoo-Phonics Literacy Class | Ongoing
Do you love animals? Are you ready to learn about letters? Let's practice early literacy skills together!
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year old learners
Preschool-Pre-Kindergarten US Grade Level
learners per class
$10 per class
Meets 3x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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**Please check the bottom of the description to see when classes began. The supply list and weekly topics are listed in the supply section. Let's go to the zoo, and see what the animals do... Hi friends! I can't wait to take you to the 'zoo' to learn about phonics! We are going to have so much fun learning the letter sounds in this interactive course, how to write letters, and even start sounding out words. I will be using a mix of the Zoo -Phonics and Handwriting Without Tears curriculums...
Students will become familiar with and comfortable using phonics, and they will practice early literacy skills.
6 files available upon enrollmentEvery class, learners will need something to write with, the letter worksheet with the letter of the day, the letter shapes (4 copies printed on cardstock and cut out), and something to share that starts with the letter of the day (IE: A: asparagus). The rest of the supplies are listed below, and I will put a reminder in the classroom. Scroll down to find the dates for your class time. _________________________________________________________ For the class that meets at 6 AM Mountain Time | Any classes that do not meet all 3 days will receive a pro-rated refund that week. Week 9: Week of July 3: No class Monday (refund will be given) T: Tree T: a piece of paper, brown and green paper (or tissue paper) for tearing, glue U: Umbrellas: one popsicle stick, glue, half of a paper plate, markers or something to color with No class the week of July 10-16 Week 10: Week of July 17: No class Monday (refund will be given) V: Volcanoes: play dough, baking soda, vinegar W: Watercolors and Wind: paper, water color paints, paint brush, blow dryer Week 11: Week of July 24: X: X-rays: no supplies needed Y: Yarn Ys: paper, small pieces of yarn, glue Z: Zebra Stripes: paper and something to draw with. Lessons: A: Alligator, Alligator Down by the Lake: no extra supplies needed B: B Animal Movements_ no extra supplies needed C: Cotton Ball C: cotton balls, glue, paper D: Beginning Sounds Game: no extra supplies needed E: Build E: 4 popsicle sticks, glue or tape, markers, and things to decorate (glitter, stickers, sequins, etc.) F: Writing letters in flour: flour in a pan G: G collage: a piece of paper, green, gold, and g items to glue to a letter G H: Find H: worksheet I: Ice Cream and Instrument Party!: ice cream, and an instrument to share (if you have one) J: Jelly Fish: Half a paper plate, 10-15 pieces of yarn about 8-10 inches long, something to color with, tape, googly eyes (or paper cut like eyes) K: K Scavenger Hunt: no supplies needed, but students will need to go find things around the house. L: Leaf Letters: Paper, writing utensils, glue, leaves M: Movement: no supplies needed, but your child will need space to move N: N is for Name: personalized name worksheets will be sent out O: Octopus O: paper plate, 8 streamers cut 8-10 inches, tape or glue, paint or something to color with, googly eyes or eyes cut from paper P: Play Dough Letters: play dough Q: Q-tip Q: q tips, paint, worksheet will be posted R: Rainbow Rs: paper, paintbrush, red, yellow, and blue paints S: Salt Letters: salt in a pan T: Tree T: a piece of paper, brown and green paper (or tissue paper) for tearing, glue U: Umbrellas: one popsicle stick, glue, half of a paper plate, markers or something to color with V: Volcanoes: a small cup, a tray to catch the mess, play dough, baking soda, vinegar W: Watercolors and Wind: paper, water color paints, paint brush, blow dryer X: X-rays: no supplies needed Y: Yarn Ys: paper, small pieces of yarn, glue Z: Zebra Stripes: paper and something to draw with.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may use materials such as scissors, tape, and other craft materials that may need supervision.
Zoo Phonics Alphabet: https://juliesmigiel.myteachersite.org/teacher/files/documents/animal_signal_sheet%20copy.pdf HWT Letter Formation Chart: https://www.lwtears.com/files/Letter%20Formation%20Charts.pdf
Early Childhood Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
322 total reviews
381 completed classes
Hi, friends! My name is Teacher Angela, and I love teaching early learning classes. My classes include topics of early literacy, preschool STEAM, circle time, and full curriculum classes. I have been working with kids as long as I can remember. I...