For Bob Books Set 3, Book 6 (called “Kittens”), there are enough new rules introduced and new applications made that we need to break the book up into smaller lessons. Remember: we never want to overwhelm our students. While this means the book takes a tiny bit longer to get through, be assured that your student is building some important reading muscles.
While there aren’t new sounds in this section, there are new applications that might confuse some students. For example, in the word are, the e is silent. Also, the word come uses the o version of the shwa sound, and it takes some practice to get the hang of it.
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