Final Consonants "s,m,t" Lesson One: Kindergarten - Grade 1
- Author : Solski, Ruth
Once the students have mastered the identification of the visual form of the initial consonants and their auditory sounds, final consonants should be taught.
These sounds are to be taught in the following groups: s, m, t; p, n, ck; f, r, b; g, d, l; k, x, z.
The objective of this lesson is to teach the final consonants "s, m, and t" and the sounds they make.
Teacher-directed instructions include auditory exercises for whole group instruction. Three pictures for each of the final consonants are provided and can be displayed on a Smartboard for whole group instruction. Two worksheets provide practice and review.