Short O 1
Knowing how to read short O words like hot, pot, and top takes practice. This guided lesson can help kids master the short O sound. Kids will be taught to identify the short O within common sight words, which will boost reading fluency. Don't forget to check out the short O printables at the end of the lesson to continue the learning.
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Power up your kindergarteners’ abilities to recognize the “short O” sound with this short activity featuring Muggo the Robot. If they are successful in identifying a few objects that possess the “short O,” your students will be able to help Muggo clone himself, adding a few more robot friends to the fun.
This sorting game is a fantastic way to help kindergarteners differentiate between “short A” and “short O” sounds. The gang is getting ready to go on a trip, and what could be more important than reading material? With each book packed away, students will gain greater confidence in their ability to recognize vowels.
It is time for your kindergarteners to roll up their sleeves and get dirty. Learning isn’t always pretty, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun. CuzCuz uses this silly jaunt through the mud as the perfect opportunity to show your students just how easy it can be for them to recognize the “short O” sound.