Phonics Through Poetry

Author: Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz
Publisher: Good Year Books
ISBN: 1596470194
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Use the rhythm and rhyme of fun poetry to teach phonics! These collections are meant to be read aloud so that choldren hear a particular language sound again and again, in word after word, all within an enticing and meaningful context. For each poem there are word lists, hands-on activities, and unique Focusing Talk activities that help teachers model vocabulary in conversations with children.

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Author: Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz
Publisher: Good Year Books
ISBN: 9781596470200
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This poetry collection is meant to be read aloud so that children hear a particular language sound again and again in word after word, all within an enticing and meaningful context--P. [4] of cover.

Sing a Song of Poetry

Author: Gay Su Pinnell
Publisher: Firsthand
ISBN: 9780325006550
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A Teaching Resource for Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Fluency 250 Poems Reproducibles: one poem per page in large type Suggestions for using poetry in the classroom Learn more about Phonics Lessons by visiting phonicsminilessons.com where you can review the table of contents, download sample lessons, read a passage from the introduction, and watch a lesson walk through! Learn more about firsthand.

Phonics Poetry

Author: Timothy V. Rasinski
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN:
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This book shows elementary teachers how and why to use phonogram poems to teach phonics. It includes many sample poems for the most common rimes in children's reading.An intro chapter shows why the onset/rime (phonogram) approach is important to teaching phonics. Chapters with original poems and other texts for the 40 or so most common rimes in children's reading are also included. Approximately 100 poems are included in this book, and there is also information on extending the use of the poems into other activities and texts.Practicing elementary teachers in grades K-3, and parents who are creating reading programs for their children at home.

More Phonics Through Poetry

Author: Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz
Publisher: Good Year Books
ISBN: 9781596470200
Format: PDF, ePub
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This poetry collection is meant to be read aloud so that children hear a particular language sound again and again in word after word, all within an enticing and meaningful context--P. [4] of cover.

Noisy Poems

Author: Jill Bennett
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780192763259
Format: PDF, ePub
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It's time for lots of noisy fun! Flip flop, flip flap, clickety-clickety clackety clack! Slurp some spaghetti, crash and bang, hear the trees go ping and the mice go clang! This is a perfect first collection of noisy poems for sharing aloud, delightfully illustrated by award-winning artist Nick Sharratt.

The Super Book of Phonics Poems

Author: Linda B. Ross
Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources
ISBN: 9780439160322
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Teaching phonics is a delight with this big collection of irresistible poetry! Each kid-pleasing poem helps kids master key decoding skills and targets a key letter-sound relationship--consonants, vowels, blends, digraphs, and more. Includes instant lessons and activities to build phonemic awareness, oral literacy, and all the phonics concepts students need to know to help ensure reading success. Great for shared reading! For use with Grades K-3.

Buzzy the Bumblebee

Author: Denise Brennan-Nelson
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1627530002
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Sitting in a beautiful garden, high atop a flower, the impressionable Buzzy reads in the book, Learn to Fly, the very true fact that, "Bumblebees weren't made to fly." He reads again, "Bumblebees weren't made to fly." "Stranded on top of a flower/ Buzzy longed to fly away./ His heart still knew how/ But his head had forgotten the way." The adventure that ensues challenges Buzzy to overcome obstacles without his wings that he had never before thought possible. He travels over the stream and through the high grass, back home where his parents with love and support tell him, "You're doubting yourself./ Fear is in the way./ Listen to your heart Buzzy/ Not what others say./ Ignore labels and limits Buzzy./ They seldom do good./ You start to think, 'I Can't,'/ when you should be thinking, 'I Could.'" Its vibrant illustrations and clear, thoughtful message make Buzzy the Bumblebee a motivating and heartwarming story for all ages. "He stopped doubting himself/ And didn't need to know, 'Why.'/ He believed once again/ And was able to FLY."