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In this class your learner will learn the "trick" to identify rhyming words. I will screen-share fun, interactive google slides to guide instruction and practice. We will sing with our pretend microphones and cool shades (sunglasses) as we learn to identify rhymes. There will be lots of movement as we use our bodies to help identify and "rock out" the rhymes with a short repetitive song created by Ms. V. and a Jack Hartman Rhyming song! In the end, learners will interact with a fun read...
Students will learn to identify rhyming words by listening for the same ending sounds of words. Students will learn to share their ideas and take turns.
I have a Master's in Elementary Education and I am a former elementary and Pre-K teacher.
There is no homework for this class.
Optional items: Sunglasses and a pretend microphone (you can use a kitchen spoon, plastic flower or anything to pretend to sing into)! These items just add to the fun of the class and are not mandatory to participate.
Learners will be assessed informally during participation in class activities.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students should know how to mute and unmute themselves or receive help from a parent. Students have the option to stand up to move and sing with the Jack Hartman rhyming video and will need clear space in front of their screen area to dance in place. Parental guidance is suggested during music and movement. The use of Google slides and YouTube videos will not require a parent or student account as it will be used in screen-share mode only by Ms. V. These resources are for the sole purpose of adding visuals and music to the lesson activities. The google slides contain teacher-made pictures of animal & object rhyming words and lyrics to teacher-made rhyming songs that are visually colorful, fun and engaging. Parental Guidance is suggested.
*Teacher created google slides and song (For screen-share only) *Jack Hartman YouTube rhyming song/video ( For screen-share only) *I Like Myself by: Karen Beaumont (read aloud by Ms. V.)
Former Elementary, Pre-K, & Hands-On Science museum teacher, B.S. Biology, Master of Arts Elementary Education
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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3 completed classes
Hi! I'm Ms. V. and I am excited for your child to join me on Outschool to learn elementary reading and math skills as well as fun science classes! I am a former elementary school teacher that has also taught Pre-K and hands-on science in...