Reading the Alphabet & Learning the Sounds of the Letters
In this class we will read a book about the alphabet, cover what the letters in the alphabet are and what the sound of each letter is.
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I will be teaching the letters in the alphabet, letter association to words as well as phonetic sound of what each letter makes. I will cover words starting with each letter of the alphabet and making sounds of the letters. This class is structured in an interactive way, I will be reading the story "Alphabet Rescue" by Audrey Wood & Bruce Wood. While reading the story I will engage the learner to ask questions about the letters and what is happening to the letters, which letters are ...
Students will learn words associated to each letter of the alphabet, review the letters in the alphabet as well as learn the sound of each letter in the alphabet.
No homework specifically, but they may use the hand out in the future to continue to practice writing over the letters with their finger to begin the concept of writing the letters.
1 file available upon enrollmentAttached, please find hand out "ABC Tracing Book" that we will be referring to and using during the class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Registered Early Childhood Educator
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
368 total reviews
513 completed classes
As an Early Childhood Educator my objective is to work alongside children in a fun and interactive way, addressing all aspects of development. I believe that learning should spark a child's interest and allow their creativity to be expressed in...