It will introduce you to phonics and the different stages of literacy and give you fun ideas for things you can do easily to help develop your child's reading and writing skills. The guide also comes with plenty of online resources below that you can download at home and use again and again!
Make the sound of the letter instead of naming the letter in the song. For example, "b" is "buh" but do not overemphasize the "uh" sound It is more fun if you act out the motions while you are singing.
If You're Happy and You Know It If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Then your face will surely show it If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" Catch a ball "c" "c" Dance with me "d" "d" Gallop like a horse "g" "g" Hop on one foot "f" "f" Jump so high "j" "j" Kick in the air "k" "k" Laugh out loud "l" "l" March in place "m" "m" Nod your head "n" "n" Paint a picture "p" "p" Run in place "r" "r" Sit on the floor "s" "s" Talk to me "t" "t" Vacuum the rug "v" "v" Walk around "w" "w" Yawn right now "y" "y" Zip your zipper "z" "z" The Name Song Tune: If your name starts with A shout "Hooray!
If your name starts with C touch your knee. If your name starts with D say "Yippee! If your name starts with F say "Wake Up Jeff! If your name starts with H say "Neigh!
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If your name starts with J say "Gidday! If your name starts with L ring a bell.
If your name starts with M look at them. If your name starts with N cluck like a hen. If your name starts with O touch your toe. If your name starts with P say "Whoopee! If your name starts with S make a mess. If your name starts with T watch out for the bee!
If your name starts with U say "Whooooo! E is for egg, F is for feet, G is for girl, and H is for heat. I is for igloo, and J is for jump, K is for kangaroo, L is for lump.The Alphabet and Phonics cards include a set of rhymes/chants that you can do with your kids as part of your phonics practice routine.
We “read the cards” every day. Chanting and acting out the different sounds and images not only helps to cement the sounds and spellings in a visual way, but auditory and kinesthetic as well. this item: sing, spell, read and write a thru z phonics song cards '04c by modern curriculum press cards $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way).
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Make sure to read grab the FREE printable cards at the bottom of this post! Photo credit: I have my children sing the alphabet while filling in the empty squares, so they do not use the same letters repeatedly.
The best part of this activity is having a parent, sibling, or friend find the words.
Mar 07, · Sing, Spell, Read & Write Pre-Kindergarten The only thing I really missed of all that list was the A-Z Phonics Wall Cards. However, you can still sing the A to Z Phonics Song with the A to Z Phonics Song Placemat and as you complete the letter worksheets, they are meant to be hung up for the student to sing with as well.
POCONO MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT READING Big Alphabet Cards A-Z High Frequency Word Cards: and; it; is Picture/Word Cards Write color words Write an alphabet poster Write signs Write story character names Interactive Writing.
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