of the Week Lesson for /wr/
written and compiled by
sound this week is the consonant team /wr/ as found at the
of wrench and wreath.
Emphasize the /wr/ sound often throughout the day. Have your child repeat the sound with you.
Put up your sound wall poster.
The main theme for the week is: Wrench(tools)
to read aloud that support the theme:
Poems that support the theme:
Tools of all kinds
by Katrina Lybbert
Songs that support the theme:
Fixing with My Wrench by Katrina Lybbert
Sung to: "Clementine"
Day 1: Practice writing the letter "w" on one line of handwriting paper.
Day 2: Practice writing the letter "r" on one line of handwriting paper.
Day 3: Practice writing the consonant team "wr" on one line of handwriting paper.
Day 4: Practice writing the word "wrench" one or two times.
writing any of the other theme words one or two times.
Activities and/or Art Projects
Look carefully through Mom or Dad's tool box and look for a wrench. (Under supervision)Visit a store that sells tools and look at all the wrenches.
Other Theme Words and Ideas
Other theme words - wreath, wrap, wrinkle, write, wrist, wrong, wrestle, written, wren, wreckage, wrack, wriggle, wretch, etc.
Books to read aloud that support the other theme words or the consonant team /wr/:
Decorate a Christmas Wreath with 39 Stickers (A Dover
Little Activity Book) by Cathy Beylon
The Bubble Wrap Queen by Julia Cook
Grandfather's Wrinkles by Kathryn England
Rocket Writes a Story by Tad Hills
Luba and the Wren by Patricia Polacco
The Wreck of the Zephyr by Chris Van Allsburg
The Wretched Stone by Chris Van Allsburg
Poems that support the other theme words or the consonant team /wr/:
that support the other theme words or the consonant team /wr/:
"There Were Two Wrens"
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