My apologies for accidentally taking last week off! It wasn’t my intention, but our first week back at school ended up being busy, busy, and the blogging just didn’t happen. I’m trying to get posts scheduled for the rest of this, so hopefully we are back to normal for the time being.
Some of the Set 3 books have a lot going on in them. Don’t be afraid to write in your books. I know, I know. It sounds like a terrible thing to do, but it can be helpful! For instance, if you find that your child is not readily identifying an all word as such, even after a couple days of practice, taking a pen and underlining the sound exactly as you did on your practice chart can go a long ways.
We only did a couple pages for this lesson because I was trying not to introduce too many new concepts at a time. There is at least one word that the book wants to introduce as a sight word that I prefer to introduce as a rule-following word instead.
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