Fun Phonics Learning Targets:
I can read, write, identify, and make the sound for Zz
I can read, write, and identify my sight words of the week: want, some, all
I can review all my letters and words we have learned
Find the items on this list. You can search around your house, in books, and wherever you think you might find these things! Can you find them all? Which was/were the most tricky? I can think of another Z word we use each week: ZOOM! That’s what we use for our class meetings!
READ ON YOUR OWN BOOK
Count how many words you could read by yourself!
- Read the book with someone at home
- Read it to yourself
- Read the book to someone
WRITING MY SIGHT WORDS
Write your new words with 4 different colors or writing utensils (crayon, marker, colored pencil, or 4 different colors). If you do not have multiple writing utensils, you can practice writing with your favorite utensil you have at home, 4 times for each word:
From, no, and one.
I HAVE, WHO HAS
Use your sight word cards to play I have, who has.
If you have done this in past weeks, the idea will be the same, but with sight word cards!
- Divide up your sight word flash cards with someone at home (the more people, the better!)
- Take turns reading your card, and saying I have….. Who has….
I have and, who has my ? I have my, who has see? ...etc.
Practice your sight word and alphabet flash cards.
How many words do you know? How many letters and sounds do you know?
- Come up with at least 3 sight word sentences with words you are still working on.
- Make a pile of letters and words you are still working on, and practice them at least once per day.
Sight Word Songs (want, some, all))
Letter of the Week Songs (Zz)