Phonics Focus: Qq, Yy
Parents...How can you help? Encourage your child to...
1. Identify upper and lowercase Qq and Yy.
(Point out letters in a magazine...point out letters on road signs...point out letters in books)
2. Write upper and lowercase Qq and Yy.
(Begin writing at the top of the letter...don't rush - take your time)
3. Talk about it.
(What words start with the /kw/ and /y/ sound?)
This week's focus: where, come
Learning sight words will help your child to read more fluently and, in return, aid in reading
comprehension because he/she will be spending less time decoding each word.
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