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Phonics Fun! Short “i” And Little Artists! Read And Draw With Teacher Cindy!
In this one-time course, we will blend sounds to read words with the short /i/ sound. Then we will follow step-by-step directions to draw a pig!
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This is one in a series of stand alone phonics lessons that will focus on blending sounds to read CVC words with specific vowel sounds. In this lesson we will practice reading real words and nonsense words with the short /i/ sound. (pig, wig, pin, fin, kig, rit) Reading nonsense words allows the teacher to assess the student’s phonetic skill in blending. The teacher will model blending sounds and will incorporate magnetic letters, flash cards, and numerous other props to engage the...
The students will learn the sound of short /i/. They will increase their phonemic awareness by listening for the short /i/ sound in words. They will practice blending sounds to read CVC words with the short /i/ sound.
The students should bring materials to draw a picture. A sheet of paper and a pencil will be fine. They will also need a hard surface to place the paper on while drawing. The student might also choose to bring a small whiteboard with a dry-erase marker, if they prefer.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Teacher CindyEngaging and Encouraging Elementary School Teacher with an Endorsement in Early Childhood and a Masters Degree as a Reading Specialist!
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Hello! My name is Teacher Cindy! I have taught Kindergarten and First Grade in a public school setting for over 30 years. I have also taught Online English classes to children in China for the past three years. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in...