Ms. Huggle - A Reading Rule Poem
ELEMENTARY READING RULE: Short before Two
If you need to work with students on reading and writing words that include a vowel followed by two consonants (e.g., little), sum up your teaching with a poem that uses made-up words: “Ms. Huggle lives in the village of Popple…”
HOW IS THIS USED?
- Students can read the poem individually and then do a drawing.
- The teacher can read the poem and have students write the double consonant words.
- The poem can be hung in your classroom.
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English, Reading-Writing Specialist, Latin teacher
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