Parts of a Name

Unit 18: ME, MYSELF AND I
Lesson 3 of 20

Objective: Students will be able to segment and count the number of syllables they hear in their name.

Big Idea: Students work on building syllable segmenting skills using a word that is familiar to them - in this case their name!

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