It's never too early to start learning SNAP words! Children don't need to know the names of all letters and their sounds before learning high-frequency words. We want children to read these words in a SNAP not to sound them out. SNAP word readers just look at the word and can read it quickly! So if your child can recognize their name in a SNAP or other words they see frequently.... they are ready for SNAP words!
Making Friends with Letters!
Words and letters are different!
We need letters to make words!
The letters need to be in their special order to make a word!
Each letter of our alphabet has a name, a sound and has an uppercase & a lowercase!
Both the uppercase and lowercase have the same name and make the same sound!
Some uppercase and lowercase letters look the same (Ss) and others look different (Qq)!
Vowels are really special letters! Every word needs at least one vowel!
We are Writers!
Writers use pictures and words!
Writers think...what do I know a lot about?
They use all they know so they can add more to their pictures and writing!
Writers are the boss of their own writing!
Numbers to 10!
Practice number writing at home!
Below is a great review lesson on our work with numbers 1 - 5! Check it out!
At the end of the lesson, your teacher will ask you to complete an EXIT Ticket, this is optional! If you choose to complete the task you can use a piece of paper or a whiteboard should you have one at home. Have fun!