Today, we’re starting a new set, and now it really feels like we’re getting somewhere. Bob Books Set 3 contains fewer books, but longer — more words and sentences per page, and more pages per book. We really start to see those reading muscles bulk up as we navigate through this set. We introduce a lot of new sounds in this set, so hold on to your hats!
In Set 2, we learned the o form of the schwa sound using words like of and bottom. You may want to review that card with your student before reading this book, because this book uses the word come — which is the o schwa sound with a silent e on the end.
For some students, we need to add another card so that they can practice this specific kind of word:
Please note that this card is optional — use it only if your student needs it, otherwise you are unnecessarily cluttering up the binder.
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Remember that if reading the whole book in one sitting is too much for your student, you can break it up into two separate review lessons. Simply stop at the staples in the middle of the book and finish during your next lesson.
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