This book is entitled The Train and … we are more than halfway through this last set! It’s going fast now!
This book contains some onomatopoeia words. Do you know what that means? These are words that signify sounds. Think words like bam! Or thud! Some of the words are confusing to our students. They know the words, but the unfamiliarity throws them off. So, for example, with clickety-clack, don’t be afraid to help your student the first time he has to read the word.
Here are the lessons!
One word that might seem tricky in this section is the word shiny. Our students have learned the y ending, but they might not realize the word’s relation to shine, where the e tells us that the i says its own name. Feel free to help out — your student will get the hang of it in no time!
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