Review sounds: short-a, hard-c, d, m, n, short-o, s, t List of sounds to introduce: hard-s (sounds like “z”), hard-g, h Build words: God, got, tag, hog, as, has Read: Set 1, Book 3 (“Dot”) pp. 1-4
With g, remember that the sound is quick and clipped at the end, not a long guuuuuuuuh. If you help the children say the sound correctly from the very beginning, it will aid you in the future. If you do not, there is a chance that when you get to the word “grape” it will come out “guh-rape.”
I’m just saying.
Review sounds: short-a, hard-c, d, hard-g, h, m, n, short-o, hard-s, soft-s, t List of sounds to introduce: r Build words: Dad, Mom, not, dot, rag, rot, rod Read: Set 1, Book 3 (“Dot”) pp. 5-ff
If you noticed, we just introduced the r sound, an oft mispronounced sound.
My oldest said that the color red was “wed” when he began reading (or, should I say, “weeding”). Please read my post Phonics and Pronunciation Holding Hands, in which I discuss combining phonics with teaching pronunciation, and we’ll begin with r.
Review sounds: short-a, hard-c, d, hard-g, h, m, n, short-o, r, s, hard-s, soft-s, t Build words: am, ham, ram, God, rod, Dad, Mom, and, sand, hand. Read: Set 1, Book 3 (“Dot”) pp. all
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