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Let's Learn to Read-Class 1 (Sight Words/Phonics-Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten)
Read Like a Ninja Obstacle Course: Kick, Run & Jump While You Learn Sight Words
In this one-time class, little ninjas will read, learn ninja moves, practice sight words and have active fun!
Maryam Braun, M.Ed.
150 total reviews for this teacher
32 reviews for this class
Completed by 112 learners
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In this one-time class, kindergarten and first grade students will practice reading a short adventure filled ninja story with action moves, then practice reading and spelling 20 Dolch sight words, and finish with an obstacle course. First, students will warm up with some ninja drills such as kicks, punches and jumps. Each student will have a chance to show off their ninja moves, and can use common household items, like the character in the story, to use as ninja tools (teacher will show...
Students will learn how to read and spell 20 Dolch sight words.
No supplies are required for this class. Students may purchase the book “Ninja” by Aree Chung if they would like. Also, items in the house such as a pillow could be used in the obstacle course.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Formative assessments during class to track progress and make adjustments as needed.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance in the last 10 minutes of class to assist student in creating an obstacle course is recommended. Simple household items such as a pillow to jump over or a chair to crawl under would be suffice. Alternatively, families could set up the "course" before the class so that the student will be ready once we start.
Maryam Braun, M.Ed.Preschool to Highschool Reading, Writing, Life Skills and Martial Arts teacher
150 total reviews
202 completed classes
Hello! I am glad you are here! Learning is an amazing journey, and I look forward to starting that adventure with your learner! Learning inspires, and my goal is to spark every learners' natural love of exploring the world around them. My...