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Z Phonics Fun: S Is for Snowmen! — PreK / K Reading Readiness with Teacher Laura

Class
Laura Rupers, M.Ed., Certified Reading Specialist
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(109)
In this one-time class, we will explore the letter S through show and tell, songs, crafts, and other fun activities!

Class experience

The students will:
Practice social skills through introductions and show and tell (taking turns, speaking, listening, etc.)
Recognize letter S
Make the /s/ sound
Listen for the beginning /s/ sound 
Substitute S at the beginning of familiar words and names (ex: “Mom” becomes “Som”)
Name things beginning with S
Trace letter S in salt or sand
Make a collage of items beginning with letter S
Sing a song with many S words

- Printout of block letter S (The link will be posted in the classroom before class. If possible, please print it on cardstock. Otherwise, you could glue the printout to a piece of cardstock, poster board, or cardboard.)  
- S items for Show and Tell (Examples: toy animals, such as stegosaurus, snake, seahorse, or squirrel; objects, such as soap, a skateboard, a spoon, or a sock; foods, such as soup or sunflower seeds. Multiple items are fine!)  
- Wide, shallow container of salt for tracing (enough salt to cover the bottom) OR a cookie sheet covered with shaving cream
- (If using shaving cream) A damp cloth or towel for wiping hands
- Glue, glue stick, and tape (Allene’s tacky glue is recommended for heavier collage items)
- Small items to glue/tape on collage. It’s preferable to have an assortment of items, rather than just one. 
Collage options: 
printed pictures (link provided in the classroom before class); real items, such as small toys; other pictures printed from the internet; and/or pictures cut from magazines. 
(Ideas: sand, sticks, stickers of things starting with “s” [snowflakes, smiley face, etc.], soup packet, silver plastic coins, drinking straws, straw, snakes, soap, fake snow, string, cooked spaghetti, stamps, stars, sequins, seeds, salt, etc.)  
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
All songs in this class are original, written by me! 
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(109)
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Five years ago, after many joyful decades of teaching children and teens of all ages in a wide variety of settings, I ventured into the world of online teaching. WOW—It has captivated me like nothing else! Teaching on Outschool is especially... 
Group Class

$8

per class
Meets once
30 min

Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 3-6
1-6 learners per class

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