By the time your student reaches Bob Books Set 1, Book 3, he is well on his way to finding his rhythm in this thing called reading lessons. He knows what to expect now, and he is ready to tackle new sounds as they come along.
He may also need help smooshing his sounds, and the best thing you can do is continue to model it — not doing it for him, but it is good to know when to step in and help — so that he knows what smooshing sounds like.
In this book, we also meet Dot, who is my favorite Bob Books character.
So here are the lessons:
My binder card looked like this:
If your student needs it, you can also remind him that a says its name when it’s a word all by itself.
Here’s my binder card for Lesson Two:
Can you believe it? Three books done already! Don’t forget to add the title to your student’s 100 Books Chart.
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