Students recognize the short vowel i in written and spoken language. Through matching and listening activities, they discriminate the vowel sound /i/ from other phonemes. Students identify the phoneme and letter in words and pictures.
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Icky Insect Is In Icky Sticky Ink
Practice the strategy of letter-sound correspondence when identifying the short vowel /i/ sound in written and spoken words. The teacher recites the tongue twister "Icky insect is in icky sticky ink," while listeners repeat. Letter boxes...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Pancakes, Pancakes (Elementary, Science)
Read Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomi De Paola then participate in different activities which practice skills such as English language development, using non-standard measurement, fine motor skills, dramatic play, and using our five senses.
K - 1st English Language Arts