Book 12 is the last book in Bob Books Set 2! Isn’t this exciting? Think about how far your student has come in just this short time.
I like to keep all of the Bob Books I’ve already taught my student out in a little plastic tub so that he can grab them and read them when he likes.
This book teaches another y vowel sound, this time were y says e’s name. Here’s the card:
The biggest difficulty with learning this rule is not learning the sound that y makes, but gaining the ability to read a two-syllable word. These aren’t the first multi-syllabic words they’ve been asked to read, but still, they do it haltingly and some of them struggle.
This is okay, this is normal, and don’t worry about it. Help them as they need it, and move on. They will get it more as they read the assigned pages and also as they do their review times.
Please note that this book also requires your student to be able to read the numbers from 1 to 10.
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