Fluency Continuation


Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we will be talking more about Fluency. I am sure you are going to enjoy the class as usual!

Fluency Continuation

Today, we’re going to learn about recognizing different types of words – one-letter, two-letter, and three-letter words. This will help us become better at reading and understanding the words around us.

One-Letter Words: One-letter words are very short words that have only one letter. The two common one-letter words we will learn today are:

“a” – This word is used when we talk about something in a general way. For example, “I saw a bird in the sky.”

“I” – This word is used when talking about yourself. For example, “I like to play with my friends.”

Two-Letter Words:

Two-Letters Words

Two-letter words are a bit longer than one-letter words. Here’s an example:

“s” – This word can mean something belongs to someone. For example, “This is Sarah’s book.”

“my” – This word is used when talking about something that belongs to you. For example, “This is my toy.”

Three-Letter Words:

Three-Letter Words

Three-letter words are a little longer and can help us understand sentences better. Let’s look at some examples:

“the” – This word is used to talk about something specific. For example, “I saw the cat.”

“was” – This word helps us say something happened in the past. For example, “He was happy yesterday.”

Three-Letters Words

“can” – This word means you are able to do something. For example, “I can run fast.”

Remember, by recognizing these words, we can read and understand stories, signs, and even have fun conversations with our friends! Keep practicing, and soon you’ll be able to read many more words all by yourself.

Activities Time

I want you to give me examples of three letters words you know.

Great job, everyone! Keep up the good work and keep learning. We have come to the end of today`s class.

We have come to the end of today’s class.

I hope you enjoyed the class.

In our next class, we will be talking about Comprehension, where we are going to learn how to read interesting stories!

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