Today I’m sharing another set of free phonics books!
A sample book
The first page always begins this way.
You can see four sight words on this page: it, is, a, and big. Big is also a word your child should be able to sound out after reading the “ig” book in the previous set of phonics books.
Many of the pictures are silly – it adds to the appeal!
Can is a sight word. It’s also a word your child can sound out having read the “an” book in set 1.
Occasionally I throw in words from previous books. “Cat” is a word your child can sound out after reading the “at” book.
Toward the end of the books I sometimes share words that start with a digraph (ch, sh) or blend. The blends are hard, and it might be a while before your child can read them on his own. We say it over and over. “/s/ /m/. /s/ /m/. /sm/.” Even with that, it doesn’t always click with my little guy. He’ll say “/s/ /m/ Sog.” One day he’ll get it!
On the last page, your child gets a chance to review all the words he learned to read. My Four sometimes flips back to get help from the picture. Sometimes I insist he try without turning back; other times I let him peek.
How to assemble:
- Separate the stack into each individual book. Each book consists of two pages front to back.
- Cut across the horizontal center of the pages.
- Insert the pages into each other, using the page numbers as a guide.
- Staple with a long arm stapler.
For a picture tutorial to help you put the books together, visit my post with set one.
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