Hop on Pop - Short 'o'

Learners practice the alphabetic significance of the letter /o/ along with its awareness of phonemes in spoken words. They assess on construction paper the phrase, "We like to hop on top of Pop who's on top of a hot rock" written on it from "Hop on Pop," by Dr. Seuss.

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English Language Arts
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Skills Practice
30 mins

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