At the Circus – Lesson 1 – Learning ou, ow, and oy

Here is a fun way to teach ou, ow and oy using “circus tickets.” At the Circus – Lesson 1 I can identify the sounds of diphthongs:  ou, ow, and oy. Objective: To identify diphthongs: ou, ow, and oy. (RF.K.2) Materials: three circus tents, diphthong...

Set 17 At the Circus

Step right up and get your ticket to the greatest show on earth. The Half-Pint Circus has come to town! With this set of six adorable decodable books, your child will learn the following skills. Sight words: were, some, down, could, should, would Other Skills: soft c,...

In the Meadow Lesson 26 Writing Prompt for Book 6 Mole

Moles are not fun to have in your yard but they are fun to write about! In the Meadow Lesson 26 I can write about a mole. Objective: To use inventive writing to write a story. (W.K.2) Materials: journal, pencil, crayons Procedures: Read a nonfiction book about moles...

In the Meadow – Lesson 25 – Book 6 Mole

Oh no! Mole is lost and can’t find his way home. Will Toad be able to help him remember? Read this story to find out! In the Meadow – Lesson 25 I can  read the story, “Mole.” Objective: To fluently read the story, Mole. (RF.K.4) Materials: Mole (Set 16,...