lia lesson plans - words Demonstrate how rhyming words are...

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Monday= 10; 00-10:20-Explain and give examples of rhyming words. Use the Hand clap rhyme game in instruction. 10:20-10:30- Rhyming word sit down game and rotation of computer activity. 10:30-10:40- Rhyming word book. Read to the children. 10:40-10:50- Rhyming word work sheet and conclusion. Tuesday= 10:00-10:30=Review the past instruction using the sit down game. Then start the current lesson on creating rhyming
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Unformatted text preview: words. Demonstrate how rhyming words are made. 10:30-10:40= Allow the children to create their own on a book mark. 10:40-10:50= Allow the children to take turns at the computer playing rhyming games. Wednesday = 10:00-10:30=Review the past lessons on rhyming, and play one of the rhyming games that the kids enjoyed. Explain how to create a short sentence. 10:30-10:40=...
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