Review sounds: short-a, hard-c, d, hard-g, h, m, n, short-o, r, soft-s, hard-s, t Introduce sound: b Introduce sight word: a (as in “I have a dog.”) Build words: Mac, had, can, Mat, got, bad, bag, tag, bat, Bob. Read Set 1, Book 4 (“Mac”) pp. 1-5
Review sounds: short-a, b, hard-c, d, hard-g, h, m, n, short-o, r, soft-s, hard-s, t Build words: rat, rot, ram, ran, rob, rod, gab, gob, sob, has, as, can, cat, ham, hat Read: Set 1, Book 4 (“Mac”) pp. 6-ff
Just as a reminder, if any children are finding this pace too fast, all you need to do is slow down the lessons. Perhaps you will stretch one day out to three days by listing the review sounds, building some words (or even sentences), and then ending by reading only two or three pages. Always keep at the child’s pace.
Also, stick to the time limit. Once anxiety is introduced into the process through a burned-out brain, you might lose the child’s sense of delight. Delight is key to lifelong learning, so we don’t want to lose it!
Review sounds: short-a, b, hard-c, d, hard-g, h, m, n, short-o, r, soft-s, hard-s, t Build words: can, bag, sag, cab Read: Set 1, Book 4 (“Mac”) straight through
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