The books he’s reading are from the BOB Books series , which I mentioned in my post last week.
You may also have noticed the notebook, which is an integral part of our phonics and reading lessons. I essentially use the notebook in lieu of a whiteboard or chalkboard. In the particular lesson we were working through, my aim was to help him differentiate between the different digraphs “sh”, “ch”, “th”, as well as the individual letters “s” and “t”. Visual discrimination between the different sounds is an essential element in reading, so in this exercise, the ending letters were all the same – “-in”, and the beginnings were all the different sounds we were working through. This is the sort of exercise I like to write in his notebook.
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