This is a set of phonics lessons that focuses on the spelling pattern of /oo/ as in moon. /oo/ is paired with final consonants to comprise of the chunks: -ood, -oof, -ool, -oom, -oon, -oop, -oot. There are sections of blending onset and rime, segmenting onset and rime, segmenting words to its individual sounds, and substituting sounds.
It is designed to provide students the opportunity to practice reading one syllable words fluently because students are reading words with similar spellings. These words will have initial consonants and initial consonant blend. Examples: food, roof, room, toon, stoop, boot. All this aids in reading and writing development. It helps with writing because students practice breaking apart words, hearing individual sounds, and matching them to their respective letters.
This scripted lesson can be led whole class at the carpet area or in small groups. Large Century Gothic font used for readability. This lesson can be used at the first grade, second grade, and third grade level whole class or in a small group. It can be used at the kindergarten grade level for those who are advanced readers. This activity can be used at the kindergarten level as a step up to first grade as well.
Specific standards/objectives are listed after the title slide.
This is a PowerPoint presentation. The teacher will have to use arrows (or a clicker) to move the slides for flexible lesson pacing.
PLEASE NOTE: PowerPoint is a .pptx file. This means it was generated using Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation version 2016. The thumbnails do not support this format. Thus, there is a slight differentiation between fonts used and sizing between the actual product and this preview.