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  1. Great fun! Thanks for sharing Angela. It’s very easy to extend from those activities into reading simple sentences. Troy will already know the sound “a”. You only need to teach the prepositions “in” and “on” to get a range of funny sentences and great drawing prompts. E.g. A cat/rat sat on/in a mat/hat. You can also venture into adjectives with “A fat rat sat on a cat!” With drawings, these make up into a fun reading practice book to share when grandma comes to visit. Maureen

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Great ideas!! He is so eager to learn how to read, so we are starting! Thank you for sharing your ideas!!

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