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I love these videos the songs teaches the letters with both sounds , with the right writing formation of each letter and rhyming words with a hip beat. I also use sand or salt writing trays for each students. I was able to teach the whole alphabet in 26 days. The average times I played the video was 3 times during a class session due to requests from my students they love the songs.

I love these videos the songs teaches the letters with both sounds , with the right writing formation of each letter and rhyming words with a hip beat. I also use sand or salt writing trays for each students. I was able to teach the whole alphabet in 26 days. The average times I played the video was 3 times during a class session due to requests from my students they love the songs.

Children will learn that vowels can make different sounds and contain different letter combinations.

Children will learn that vowels can make different sounds and contain different letter combinations.

Playing with words 365: How to Elicit (Teach) the /r/ Sound-Part One: Elicitation Techniques. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Playing with words 365: How to Elicit (Teach) the /r/ Sound-Part One: Elicitation Techniques. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.

Do you have students in your class who are doing okay with their reading, but they have so much trouble with spelling? And you’re not really sure what else you can do to help them improve their spelling? Don’t worry you’re not alone. If you’re not specifically teaching children the skill of segmenting, then your students will find accurate spelling difficult. Here I share 5 practical ways to help your students improve their spelling.

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