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Simply Phonic, Simply Reading©
FREE LESSON SAMPLE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD FROM BEGINNER'S TABLET
short vowel - [a] as in apple

After learning the early childhood language skills, the letters, and the sounds of each alphabet, the child is ready to begin reading the words.  Have the child follow these steps: 1) make each sound separately; 2) blend or "slide" the sounds together; 3) read the word.  The child must be able to read each list word accurately before reading the sentences.  Follow this procedure for each reading list.

Read the words:

at

an

cat

fan

fat

hat

Pat

bat

mat

rat

Ann

cab

map

man

lap

bag

has

rag

fan

jazz

Read the sentences:

1.  I see a bat.

4.  I see a cap.

7.  I see a man.  

2.  I see a hat.

5.  I see a map.

8.  I see a bag.

3.  I see a fat cat.

6.  I see a cab.

9.  Pat has a fan.

Write the words.  (Use the Writing Practice Sheet).

Spell the words aloud.
(The child stands, then pronounces the word, spells the word, and repeats the word).

FREE LESSON SAMPLE FROM TEXTBOOK - Practice List - 1

FREE LESSON SAMPLE FROM TEXTBOOK - Practice List - 22


 

  
Simply Phonics, Simply Reading is designed to help students of all ages with phonemic awareness, and reading comprehension, for classroom phonics activities or home school phonics activities. This literacy program is an effective phonics program with step-by-step phonics lessons that can help make teaching reading and learning phonics fun and innovative. Whether you are teaching in the classroom or home school teaching, these reading lessons are perfect for teaching phonics and teaching comprehension for the beginning reader or those with a learning disability. When this phonics program was organized, both classroom reading and home school reading were considered.

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