Lesson Tips for the OW sound.


*    Be prepared to talk about what you say when you get hurt.

*    Be prepared to write lists of words and to write poems with those words.

*    Decide on a worksheet (free on the website www.phonicsbyspelling.com).

*    Copy the Nursery Rhyme, “Hickory Dickory Dock” 

Play the “Ow! Hurt Knee” song from Phonics By Spelling.  Johnny fell off his skateboard.  “Ow! I hurt my knee”.   Talk about how it feels when you hurt yourself.  Make the OW sound together.   Compare with other Oo sounds.

Read the Nursery Rhyme, “Hickory Dickory Dock”.

Hickory, Dickory, Dock!

The mouse ran up the clock;

The clock struck one,

And down he run,

Hickory, Dickory, Dock!

Talk about the OW sound words in the Nursery Rhyme.  Make lists of words that rhyme with mouse, out, and down.

Write some silly rhyming poems with your lists of  words.  Have children draw pictures to illustrate the poems.  Display in your room.


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