Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Let's Make the Lower Case a! - Section 3: Extend Understanding

 

My students love to go to the listening center with the big books.  They can all share the book and see it because it is a big book!  These are stories that we have read already as a group, so they are familiar with the stories and love to ‘reread’ them!  If they want to change books, I quickly go over and change the CD for them.  They just love being able to decide what they want to read/listen to!

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Let's Make the Lower Case a!

Unit 13: Letter A
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT use correct letter formation to make the lower case a.

Big Idea: We use the letter A to read and write.

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