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This week we will be working on Ghost Letters or Silents Letters, -kn, -wr, -gn, -mb. I really enjoyed making my worksheets for this lesson. I even made a fun ghost craft activity. I think for these pesky letters that it is important to have fun with the lessons. As we are getting farther along, things are getting trickier, so that means more frustrating moments and more breaks through out the day. Just remember it is perfectly fine to take as many breaks as needed as to not overwhelm your students. I have learned that once that constant frustration sets in, I have lost the battle. My son won't be listening and the whole lesson pretty much went in one ear and out the other. But enough with that.
Before I get into the worksheet I made. I will go over the craft I made. For this craft I just used construction paper. Here is a picture of the craft I did. I will have my son glue the words on the correct ghost.
I created some fun worksheets and I created more stories. In a previous post, I made up some stories to go with the subject we were working on. Here is the link, if you wanted to check those out. This time around I made stories using the ghost letters words. You can either read the passage to your child or have them read it. The point of the worksheet is to have them circle the ghost letter words and write them on the lines provided. Here is the free printable packet. Remember all of the worksheets and games I make are always free and printable.
What fun activities do you do with your students to practice ghost letters? Let me know in the comments!
My name is Robin. I am a homeschooling mom of three and I just love to find ways to make learning fun. I am so excited to share my ideas with you. I try to make my ideas as inexpensive as possible. Most of the items I use are things that are around most houses and if you have a printer and ink you are all set. Please feel free to use these ideas in your own learning adventure with your children.