Book 12 of Bob Books Set 1 is the last book in the set! By the time you’re done teaching it, your student will know the primary sounds of all the consonants except for q and a number of the long and short vowel sounds.
This is a great book to end the set, and I hope you’ve been keeping track of your child’s accomplishments using our 100 Books Chart.
To start off Book 12, you need to introduce the sounds for three consonants: v, y, and z.
Here’s the binder card:
If your child is not familiar with animal doctors, you might want to explain what a vet is before getting started.
That’s right. We only read one page. Usually, it takes a while to introduce all three new sounds and build words with them and go through the card and and and — well, let’s just say we are committed to short lessons and have that be the end of it.
For the next lesson, you’re going to introduce your student’s first digraph. A diagraph is two letters that make a single sound. Here is where you can find the binder card for introducing the oo digraph.
You will also want to introduce the concept of the exclamation point. You can read my tips on doing that here.
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