Help them to place a square of wax paper on one end and secure it with a rubber band.
The eensy weensy spider went up the spouter wat. Swap word parts One, two, buckle my shoe Five, six, pick up sticks Switch order of events Little Miss Muffet, eating a tuffet Sat on her curds and whey Switch order of events Goldilocks went inside and knocked on the door. Switch order of events The first little piggy built himself a house of bricks.
Switch order of events Spider writing activities preschool Clapping names From chapter 6: Awareness of syllables Objective To introduce the children to the nature of syllables by leading them to clap and count the syllables in their own names.
Activity When you first introduce this activity, model it by using several names of contrasting lengths. Pronounce the first name of one of the children in the classroom syllable by syllable while clapping it out before inviting the children to say and clap the name along with you.
After each name has been clapped, ask "How many syllables did you hear? It is easy to continue clapping other words and to count the syllables in each. If a name has many syllables, you may need to let children count the syllables as they are clapping.
Variations Ask the children to clap and count the syllables of their first and last names together.
After determining the number of syllables in a name, ask the children to hold two fingers horizontally under their chins, so they can feel the chin drop for each syllable.
To maximize this effect, encourage the children to elongate or stretch each syllable. As follows, this activity can be done to a rhythmic chant, such as "Bippity, Bippity Bumble Bee": Bippity, bippity bumble bee, Tell me what your name should be.
Point to a child; that child responds by giving his name. Class repeats name out loud. Continue with one of the following: Initial phonemes From chapter 7: Different Words, Same Initial Phoneme. Spread a few pictures out in the middle of the circle.
Then ask the children to find those pictures whose names start with the initial sound on which they have just been working.This work by Michelle Hubbard is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial Unported metin2sell.com non-credited text, printables, and photos on the Hubbard's Cupboard website are copyrighted by Michelle Hubbard.
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This work by Michelle Hubbard is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial Unported metin2sell.com non-credited text, printables, and photos on the Hubbard's Cupboard website are copyrighted by Michelle Hubbard.
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