Students read six phonograms and define each using the print and illustrations in the text, The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss. They demonstrate understanding of phonograms by creating additional words with the same rhyme.
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Alphabetic Understanding, Phonics, and Spelling
Have your youngsters reading in no time with with collection of literacy activities and lessons. Starting with a basic understanding of the alphabet, this unit progressively builds students' phonemic awareness and ability to decode and...
Pre-K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Learning how to read is a big challenge for young learners, but this series of lessons provides them with the extra support they need to succeed. With each lesson following the a clearly outlined format, children are introduced to new...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Teaching Phonograms Through "The Sneetches"
Students identify the phonograms -all, -ear, and -art. In this word study lesson, students read the book The Sneetches and listen for the specific phonograms. Students raise their hands when they hear one of the phonograms in the book.
K - 1st English Language Arts
Rhyming Words and Repetition in a Poem Using the "est" Phonogram
As a review of the concept of rhyming words, this simple lesson could be useful. Learners read a poem called "A Tree Can Be" and identify rhyming words that end in "-est". Then they write a story about trees and animals.
1st English Language Arts
Fun Ways to Teach Word Family
Explore the English language by participating in a class game. In this word family lesson, students identify the most common word families and write them on Easter eggs. They utilize the Easter eggs to practice using their vocabulary and...
1st - 5th Visual & Performing Arts