See, Say, Sing Nonsense Syllables ABC Book
All the consonants and vowel letters have a page in this book.
It begins with Vowel A, depicting two separate pictures (apple and acorn) for the two basic sounds, long and short.
It goes through the whole alphabet in order. On every consonant page there are three sets of nonsense syllables to read, using that consonant’s sound. A syllable is defined as having one vowel sound. Children will be able to use both the long and short vowel sounds, in the nonsense syllables as they read the book. Read it all the way through and blend the letters with the short vowel sounds first. Then reread it and the second time use the long vowel sounds with the consonants.
Put this book in your reading center. Buddy up two students to pair-share read the book together. For extra fun, hand one student a plastic microphone to encourage participation-performance.
For best durability, print on white cardstock and laminate. Print the cover, then return to the printer tray and print the A page on the back of the cover. Print these pages on opposite sides: (cover- A) (B-C) (D-E) (F-G) (H-I) (J-K) (L-M) (N-O) (P-Q) (R-S) (T-U) (V-W) (X-Y) (Z - back cover).
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