Phonemic Alliteration Lesson Plan

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Old MacDonald had a ... dragon? A shared reading of this funny take on the classic children's song engages beginning readers as they learn about phonemes and alliteration.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use the flashcards as a learning center, having children quiz each other on the initial sounds for each picture
  • Laminate the picture cards, allowing them to be used year after year during phonemic awareness lessons
  • Have students create and illustrate their own alliteration phrases
Classroom Considerations

  • Lesson can take anywhere from thirty minutes to an hour and a half depending on the use of extension activities
  • Lesson requires a copy of the book Old MacDonald Had a Dragon by Ken Baker, which may be found in your school or local public library
Pros

  • Includes colorful picture cards for each letter of the alphabet
  • Offers activities that extend and reinforce students' understanding of phonemes and alliteration
Cons

  • None