A cute animated pencil and crayon sing catchy jingles to help students learn about the letter combinations “ire,” “are,” and “air” and the sounds they can make in some words. After each mini-song, students read words with r-controlled vowels as our helpful on-screen mouth assists with correct sound formation.
Fun interaction between the characters reveals that “are” by itself is different. Studies show that using video content as part of a lesson can help with comprehension and retention. This video is a great way to practice reading words with r-controlled vowel sounds.
This video is part of a complete phonics program by Rock ‘N Learn.