More -at Family Fun

Here are the last couple of activities ALuv and I did with his -at words and pictures.

Slid the -at hat to make and write words.  (My scanner isn’t working at the moment, but when I can get it up and running, I’ll scan and post this template.)

Glued pictures into his Word Study Notebook.  (This is a picture of when we did the -ad and -an words, but we did the same thing with his -at words.  He pasted the pictures and wrote the words beside them.)

A Word Study Notebook serves as a make-shift dictionary of all of the phonics skills we’ve worked on thus far.  He can refer to it when spelling or  reading other books.

So, how did I know when ALuv was ready to move on?  When he could read the words independent of the pictures.  This was not too difficult a task since only the first letter sound was needed to “read” these words, but on to the -an family we moved.  I’ll post some of those activities soon.

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