Whereas Book 9 was done in two simple lessons (because there wasn’t much new to learn), for this book we’re going to slow down so that we’re not introducing too many new concepts in a single day.
Bob Books Set 1, Book 10 is called “Peg and Ted’ and I think it’s great fun.
For the first lesson, you’re going to introduce a new vowel sound: the short-e sound. Here’s the binder card:
For the next lesson, you’re going to introduce the i-says-ee sound. For years, I introduced pink as a sight word. It went fine, but because I taught it as a sight word, any other word that might have followed the rule for words like pink were brand new — teaching words as sight words leaves them disconnected from other, similar words.
So now, I teach the i-says-ee sound, and it goes great, and I don’t know why I didn’t think to do it before. Way better this way.
Anyhow, here is the card for that:
After this, it’s smooth sailing.
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