Today was our 1st day of school. They really loved that.
Make the sound of the letter instead of naming the letter in the song. For example, "b" is "buh" but do not overemphasize the "uh" sound It is more fun if you act out the motions while you are singing. If You're Happy and You Know It If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Then your face will surely show it If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" Catch a ball "c" "c" Dance with me "d" "d" Gallop like a horse "g" "g" Hop on one foot "f" "f" Jump so high "j" "j" Kick in the air "k" "k" Laugh out loud "l" "l" March in place "m" "m" Nod your head "n" "n" Paint a picture "p" "p" Run in place "r" "r" Sit on the floor "s" "s" Talk to me "t" "t" Vacuum the rug "v" "v" Walk around "w" "w" Yawn right now "y" "y" Zip your zipper "z" "z" The Name Song Tune: If your name starts with A shout "Hooray!
If your name starts with C touch your knee. If your name starts with D say "Yippee!
If your name starts with F say "Wake Up Jeff! If your name starts with H say "Neigh! If your name starts with J say "Gidday! If your name starts with L ring a bell.
If your name starts with M look at them. If your name starts with N cluck like a hen. If your name starts with O touch your toe. If your name starts with P say "Whoopee! If your name starts with S make a mess.
If your name starts with T watch out for the bee! If your name starts with U say "Whooooo! E is for egg, F is for feet, G is for girl, and H is for heat.
I is for igloo, and J is for jump, K is for kangaroo, L is for lump. M is for mighty, N is for nest, O is for octopus, P is for pest. Q is for queen, and R is for rail, S is for sitting, and T is for tail. U is for uncle, umbrella and use, V is for vacation, valentine and views, W is for window, whistle and way, X is for xylophone that we like to play.
Y is for yellow and yelling and you. Z is for zero and zipper and zoo.Sing, Spell, Read, & Write is a remarkable, comprehensive language arts program that get outstanding results by using music to teach phonics through a lively, multisensory approach. Children learn to read as early as kindergarten, and can achieve complete decoding, fluency, and .
This multisensory reading readiness program precedes the well-known Sing, Spell, Read, and Write program. Sing, Spell, Read, and Write, Kindergarten and Level 1 programs contain some readiness activity, but the Pre-Kindergarten kit focuses much more on age-appropriate readiness activities for young children.
Sing, Spell, Read & Write - leslutinsduphoenix.com Sing, Spell, Read & Write is a phonics-based program that uses a step program of carefully sequenced steps to . Write your child’s name on a card. Have him copy it by using his finger to “write” his name in a sensory tray of shaving cream, salt, or sugar.
Play a name fishing game with this free printable. The Sing Spell Read Write Preschool Kit Second Edition © has reading activities to help children learn the following readiness skills: Letter Names, Letter Sounds, Opposites, Phonemic Awareness, Matching, Directional Concepts, Seasons, Counting , Coloring, Cutting, Pasting, and Tracing.
Sing, Spell, Read & Write uses phonics songs, interactive charts, and games to teach the alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, sound/letter correspondences, short vowel sounds, and blending in a fun and meaningful way.
By the end of kindergarten, students will be reading fully decodable storybooks with single-syllable, short-vowel words.