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Phonics: Learning the Mystery Letter of the Week
Mystery Box O Pass the box around, shake it, and what do you think it is? Raise your hand when you have a guess!
Mystery Box O When I call you, you can write your guess on the long piece of paper taped to the wall.
M O The objects in the mystery box begin with this letter. Who knows what this letter is?
M O That’s right! The letter M.
Hint O The objects in the mystery box taste Mmm Mmm good.
The Mystery Box Did you Guess It? O The answer is... The answer is...
M O Eat a few of the M&M’s O Repeat after me: Mmm Mmm good
M O What sound does the letter M make?
M O That’s correct! The letter M says “mmmmm”
M O Capital: M O Lowercase: m
M O A video about the Letter M A video about the Letter M
M O Think of some words in your head that start with the letter M. Raise your hand when you think of one.
M Some words that start with M: Monkey Money Mom Many Man Moon
M OWOWhich of the words below start with M? OMOMany OSOSun OwOwind OMOMaroon OMOMorning OPOPuppy OWOWorld
M O Which of the pictures below is a word that starts with M?
M O Remember this song? Song
M O We are going to create our own “M” class book titled Monkeys Jumping on Things that Begin with the Letter M! Each of you will create your own page.
M O Complete the sentence: One little monkey jumping on (an M word!)
M O If you are finished, you may do an M phonics lesson on Istation.
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