Magic Sounds™
a beginning reading program
Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse
Script 1 of 4
how to read with:
Instructional / Entertain...
Credits
Script 1
i
Illustrations by: Taqiy Muhammad, Harrison Miller,
Barbara Jackson, and other contributing artists.
ISB...
MAGIC SOUNDS
4000 Gypsy Lane, Unit 242
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19129
MAGIC SOUNDS
Phonics First
Beginning Reading Prog...
ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed.
Graduated from Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA in 1958, Miss Barbara Jac...
Magic Sounds Phonics First
Rhyme, Rhythm & Verse (RRV)
Script 1
by
Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed.
Min. / Sec.
Cover / Title.......
Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons
Script 1
Min. / Sec.
Lesson # 1 Alphabet………………………………………………………………………………....
Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons
Script 1
Min. / Sec.
Lesson # 4 Magic Sounds ……………………………………………………………………...
Lesson Plan
Dear Friend,
In 17 lessons, the Magic Sounds’ Rhyme, Rhythm, and Verse Script teaches the
basic reading skills...
viii
1
Introduction
Script 1
© 1989 by Barbara A. Jackson.
All rights reserved.
Revised Second Edition 2012
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
Aladdin, you’re adorable.
Ballerina, you’re so beautiful.
Cowboy, you’re a cutie full of ch...
Forman, you’re a feather in my arms.
Edgar, you’re exciting.
Geisha, you look good to me.
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
3...
Jumping Jack,
you’re like
Jack and Jill.
King,
you’re
so kissable.
4
Long Legs,
you’re the love
light in my eyes.
Imitator...
Man, Nobleman, Operator, Pacer…I could go on all day.
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
5
Quintuplet, Runner, Sport, Teddy…
Alphabetically speaking, you're okay!
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
6
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
7
Umpire, makes
my life complete.
Victory, means
you're so very sweet.
Witch, X-Leg-Sticks,...
Introduction
8
Introduction
Get On The Bandwagon!
9
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
ATTENTION!!!
This is the
Activity
Center.
10
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
11
A Lad and a Lass
A Boy and a Girl
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
12
Small Letters
a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,
x,y,z.
Point to and recite
the small letters
after me by sayi...
Digraph Letters
To show how two letters have relations…
say the digraph combinations:
“c-h”, “q-u”, “s-h”, “t-h”, “w-h.”
R...
The Three Little Kittens’
Mittens
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
15
Extra Letters
There are four letters on each card that are pals.*
When in place, they spell out the vowels, but
without th...
A period ends a sentence statement. (.)
The comma represents a pause. (,)
A question mark ends an asking sentence. (?)
An ...
Get On The Ball!
Exclamation Mark!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
Punctuation Marks
18
Word Building Space
When building words from left to right, use as
your guide, the “lion” stands for the left side,
the “r...
Forward… March!!!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
20
Reading is Fundamental
I Can
Read!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
21
A Philosophic Message
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
22
My philosophy I espouse is simple, to complete all the
lessons...
Ding Dong
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
23
The Liberty Bell
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Lower Case / Small Letters
Here We Go Round
The Mulberry Bush
24
Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters “b” and
“d”; or when “a” is the beginning of the alphabet and “...
Ms. Jackson
Beware / Be Wise!
Mind your b’s , and d’s;
p’s, and q’s; cross your t’s
and dot your i’ s”; and
don’t forget t...
Lesson 1
Small Letters / The Lower Case
Upper
Case
Lower
Case
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Lesson 1
Capital Letters
The Upper Case Letters
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N,
O, P, Q, R, S, T, U,
V, W, X, Y,...
Lesson 1
Capital Letters
Answer:Upper
Case
Upper
case.
Answ
er:
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Letter Positions
Before – Between – After
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
30
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Name the letter that comes before “t”, (s);
before “w”, (v), v. w; before “j”, (i), i. j;
before...
Gee! Whiz!
If there is a before,
then there has to
be an after.
Now, if you think
that’s funny, then it
should provoke
lau...
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Say the letter that comes after “p”, (q);
after “x”, (y), “x, y;” after “l”, (m)…
Oh well!
33
…and Jill came tumbling
after.
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
34
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Tell the letter between “b” and “d”, (c);
between “t” and “v”, (u); between “q” and “s”, (r).
If...
36
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Twinkle, Twinkle,
Little Star
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Read the letter at the beginning of the first row (a);
at the end of the top row, (j).
Read the ...
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
38
Ducks
In A Row
To touch the bases, vary the activities and practice with the
capitals and small letters until the letters are learned in ...
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Extra Practice
40
It is said that
time will tell.
Listen carefully
for the Liberty
Bell…
Give An Extra T...
Student Book: Pages 1 and 2
are as easy as tying your shoe.
41*Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this boo...
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Extra Practice
42
The Liberty Bell
Lesson 2
Vowels
Remind Yourself*
*Tie a string around your finger if you want your thoughts to linger.
43
A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes “y.”
a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.”
All letters that are not vowels are consonants.
Lesson...
44
Lesson 2
Vowels
45
Lesson 2
Vowels And Consonants
46
Repeat after me;
recite as a chant;
tell which letter is a
vowel and which is
a consonan...
The Beat of the Tom-Tom
Lesson 2
Vowels And Consonants
47
…and sometimes “ y” as in / y / yo-yo!
You will name these vowel letters, by and by,
by saying “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u” and...
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
49
Cross Your Fingers
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
It is easy to see… that “a” comes before “b”;
“e” before “f”; “i” before ”j”; “o” before “p...
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
51
Look, Look!
See, See!
Say: “y” says,
/ y / as in “yo-yo.”
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
52
See – Saw
On your mark…
Before I forget, practice naming
the vowel and consonant letters
until both can be separated
from the alphab...
Student Book: page 3:
Memorizing the vowels and consonants are easy.
54
Lesson 2
Vowel Assignment*
*Student Book assignmen...
Hi, There!
Lesson 2
Vowels Assignment
55
Ding Dong
Lesson 2
Vowels Assignment
The Liberty Bell
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Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
After me, echo the
letter, sound and
picture. And, say to
yourself, I am going
to stay right with h...
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
58
“Get Feedback”
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Now say:
“a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b /, bug;
“c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . .
“a”...
“e”, / e /, elephant; “f”, / f /, fish; “g”, / g /, girl; “h”, / h /, hat . . .
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
60
“I”, / i /, Indian; “j”, / j /, jar; “k”, / k /, king; “l”, / l /, lion . . .
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Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
62
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
“m”, / m /, mouse;
“n”, / n /, nose;
“o”, / o /, octopus;
p”, / p /, pig…
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Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
64
“u”, / u /, umbrella “v”, / v /, valentine
“w”, / w /, witch “x”, / ks /, box
/ ks /...
“y”, / y /, yo-yo “z”, / z /, zebra
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
65
Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
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“w”-“h”,
/ wh /, whale.
Wow! That was quite a trail …
Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
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Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
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A Trail
Of Ants
1. What is the sound of “h”, as in hat? (/h /, hat.)
2. What letter makes the sound / s /? (the “s”; as in, / s /, sun.)
3...
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Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Thumbs Up!
4. What digraph letters make the sound
/ ch /, as in / ch /, church. ( “c” – “h” ).
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
...
A Winner!
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
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5. What is the sound of the digraph “w” – “h”?
(/ wh /, whale). A whale is a whale of a mammal!
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Ext...
A Whopper
Two Beef Patties
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
74
6. What picture is on the “r” card? (rabbit).
Rabbit rhymes with habit.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
75
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
76
My Riding Habit
I am wearing my riding habit
7. What letter is on the “bug” card?
(“b”, / b /, bug). This is not so hard.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
77
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
78
Get On The Ball!
Crystal Ball
/a/, /b/, /c/, /d/, /e/, /f/, /g/,
/h/, /i/, /j/, /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/,
/o/, /p/, /q/, /r/, /s/, /t/, /u/,
/v/, /w/, /x/, /y...
Musical Notes
Sounding 26 letters is not the…
for-evers.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
80
Dear Sir,
How are you?
Fine, I hope.
So long!
From,
Pal
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
81
“a”,
apple
“b”,
bug
“c”,
cat
“d”,
dog
“e”,
elephant
Name the letters and pictures
on each card by rote.
That’ s like sayin...
“f”,
fish
“g”,
girl
“h”,
hat
“i”,
Indian
“j”,
jar
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
83
“m”,
mouse
“k”,
king
“l”,
lion
“n”,
nose
“o”,
octopus
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Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
“p”,
pig
“q”,
quarter
“r”,
rabbit
“s”,
sun
“t”,
turtle
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
85
“u”,
umbrella
“v”,
valentine
“w”,
witch
/ks/ is the last sound heard in box.
“y”,
yo-yo
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Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter ...
“z”,
zebra
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Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
Review pages 1 & 2.
The practice up to now has given you the grounds
to memorize the letter and picture sounds.
Student Bo...
Shadow Box
Practice, Practice!
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
89
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
90
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The alphabet, the greatest invention ever, has created
something clever, 69 Magic Sounds’ keys that ...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
To sound the Magic Sounds in the word
building space, accent on the vowel is the
first place; then, ...
Hop In!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
Word Building Space
Taxi Cab!
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Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
“a” Magic Sounds / a /, apple
ab ak ar
ac al as
ad am at
af an av
ag ap...
A girl A boy
A lass A lad
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
95
An Apple for the Teacher!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
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“e” Magic Sounds / e /, elephant
eb el es
ec em et
ed en ev
ef ep ex
eg er
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sou...
A White Elephant!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
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“i” Magic Sounds / i /, Indian
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
ib il is
ic im it
id in iv
if ip ix
ig i...
Ten Little Indians
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
100
“o” Magic Sounds / o /, octopus
ob og op
oc ol os
od om ot
of on ox
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
101
Embrace Me!
I am an
octopus!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
102
“u” Magic Sounds / u /, umbrella
ub ug up uz
uc ul ur*
ud um us
uf un ut
“er”, “ir”, and “ur” all make the same sound / er...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Raindrops
Keep Falling on my Head
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A vowel and consonant composed
makes a little syllable that’s closed.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
1...
In order to know there is an end,
you have to know there is a beginning.
First / Last
Begin / End
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
Th...
If you can read these Magic Sounds,
you are definitely winning.
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Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Read the Magic Sound “e”, “g”, / eg /, as in:
The chicken laid and egg.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds...
is
Name the vowel in “is”, (“i”). Name the
consonant (“s”), as in: Miss Jackson.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Mag...
“e-r”, “i-r”, and “u-r” make
the same sound /er/, as in:
er
ir
ur
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra...
Her name is Traci.
I am
Traci.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
111
This is a fir tree.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
112
This cat has fur.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
113
Student Book, do page four and no more!
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Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment*
*Student Book assignment pages start on page...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment
Student Book, pages 4
Study
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Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
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Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Most rhyming words end with the same spelling
patterns. Rhyme words can be built from Magic
Sounds ...
an
ban
1. “an;” “ban.” “ban” means to forbid. Shall we put a ban on
calling a child a kid?
can ran
fan tan
man van
pan
Les...
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
119
at
bat
2. “at” rhymes with “bat:”
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
cat pat
fat rat
hat sat
mat vat
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Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
121
en
Ben
3. “en” is the Magic Sound in: Ben. (Always use a capital
letter at the beginning of a proper name.) Now, you know ...
Oh Dear! Deer!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
123
et
bet
4. “et,” as in, bet, rhymes with:
get pet
jet set
let wet
net
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
124
Wet!
Ice Cold!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
125
in
bin
5. “in,” rhymes with “bin” as in:
fin sin
kin tin
pin
Learning to read rhymes allows you to: win
Lesson 5
Rhyming W...
Little Boy Satchmo
Come Blow Your Horn
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
127
Pops! Louis Armstrong
it*
6. The word “it” is the Magic Sound In:
bit lit
fit pit
hit sit
kit
Oh, what… wit
*Some Magic Sounds are also words.
L...
Key
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Mick
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Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
ot
7. “o” – “t,” Magic Sound “ot,” as in:
cot jot
dot lot
got not
hot pot …are too many...
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
131
132
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
8. /ug/, in:
bug
dug
hug
jug
lug
rug ...are quite a... tug
ug
tug
A Tug of War!
Endurance!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Test Your Strength
133
bun
fun
gun
nun
pun
run
sun …all have the same Magic Sound, “un.”
un
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
9.
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Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
I’m Eileen.
I fixed my hair
in a bun.
She fixed her hair in a bun.
Her hair is fixed in...
ad
10. Rhyme “ad” with:
bad
dad*
had
lad
mad
pad
Please, never be: sad*Use the extra letters as required.
Lesson 5
Rhyming...
A Grand Dad!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
137
Granddad
11. Spelling out “b,” “a,” “g”… “bag, remove the “b” from
“bag” and there is the Magic Sound “ag,” as in:
ag
bag
gag
hag
r...
Grab Bag
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
139
ax*
12. An “ax” is used to chop down trees. “ax” rhymes with:
lax
tax
wax
*Some Magic Sounds are also words.
Lesson 5
Rhym...
This is an ax.
(Spelled, “a” – “x;” “ax”).
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
141
13. What is the Magic Sound in:
“eg…” is the Magic Sound.
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
142
beg
keg
leg
peg
One Broken Leg
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
143
ox
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
14. An ox is an animal that sat on a…
box
…that chased a … fox,
…that ate a … lox,
a...
The Chicken Pox
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
145
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Smile!
146
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Extra Practice
A phrase is not a whole sentence
even though it has presence.
Read the two and three...
Air Takes Up Space
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Extra Practice
148
149
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment*
Student Book, pages 5 and 6
will offer you some more reading practice.
Row, Row,
Row Your Boat
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
150
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
151
Volume I
Lessons 1 thru 5
Index
a 145 den 120 jet 122 pan 116 tan 116
ad 134 dot 128 jot 128 pat 118 tag 136
am 145 dug 13...
153
Student Book
Assigned Pages:
1 thru 6
154
Alphabet
a, b, c, d, e, f, g,
h, i, j, k, l, m, n,
o, p, q, r, s, t, u,
v, w, x, y, z.
Small Letters / The Lower Case
...
155
Alphabet
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N,
O, P, Q, R, S, T, U,
V, W, X, Y, Z.
Capital Letters / The Upper Cas...
156
Consonants:
b, c, d, f, g,
h, j, k, l, m, n,
p, q, r, s, t,
v, w, x, y, z.
Vowels:
a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.”
L...
157
Lesson 3
Alphabet Assignment
Small Letters / The Lower Case
Student Book: pages 1 and 2…
Please review!
158
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment
Student Book: page 4:
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
ab eb ib ob ub
ac ec ic oc uc
ad e...
159
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment
Student Book, pages 5
Rhyme Words
an at en et in it ot
ban bat Ben bet bin bit cot
can...
160
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment
Student Book, pages 6
Rhyme Words
ug un ad ag ax eg ox
bug bun had bag lax beg box
dug...
Learning to read can be a fun game– play Magic Sounds and experience the satisfaction
of successful learning. It is a trul...
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Magic Sounds™
a beginning reading program
Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse
Script 1 of 4
how to read with:
Instructional / Entertain...
Credits
Script 1
i
Illustrations by: Taqiy Muhammad, Harrison Miller,
Barbara Jackson, and other contributing artists.
ISB...
MAGIC SOUNDS
4000 Gypsy Lane, Unit 242
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19129
MAGIC SOUNDS
Phonics First
Beginning Reading Prog...
ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed.
Graduated from Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA in 1958, Miss Barbara Jac...
Magic Sounds Phonics First
Rhyme, Rhythm & Verse (RRV)
Script 1
by
Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed.
Min. / Sec.
Cover / Title.......
Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons
Script 1
Min. / Sec.
Lesson # 1 Alphabet………………………………………………………………………………....
Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons
Script 1
Min. / Sec.
Lesson # 4 Magic Sounds ……………………………………………………………………...
Lesson Plan
Dear Friend,
In 17 lessons, the Magic Sounds’ Rhyme, Rhythm, and Verse Script teaches the
basic reading skills...
viii
1
Introduction
Script 1
© 1989 by Barbara A. Jackson.
All rights reserved.
Revised Second Edition 2012
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
Aladdin, you’re adorable.
Ballerina, you’re so beautiful.
Cowboy, you’re a cutie full of ch...
Forman, you’re a feather in my arms.
Edgar, you’re exciting.
Geisha, you look good to me.
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
3...
Jumping Jack,
you’re like
Jack and Jill.
King,
you’re
so kissable.
4
Long Legs,
you’re the love
light in my eyes.
Imitator...
Man, Nobleman, Operator, Pacer…I could go on all day.
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
5
Quintuplet, Runner, Sport, Teddy…
Alphabetically speaking, you're okay!
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
6
Introduction
The Alphabet Song
7
Umpire, makes
my life complete.
Victory, means
you're so very sweet.
Witch, X-Leg-Sticks,...
Introduction
8
Introduction
Get On The Bandwagon!
9
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
ATTENTION!!!
This is the
Activity
Center.
10
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
11
A Lad and a Lass
A Boy and a Girl
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
12
Small Letters
a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,
x,y,z.
Point to and recite
the small letters
after me by sayi...
Digraph Letters
To show how two letters have relations…
say the digraph combinations:
“c-h”, “q-u”, “s-h”, “t-h”, “w-h.”
R...
The Three Little Kittens’
Mittens
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
15
Extra Letters
There are four letters on each card that are pals.*
When in place, they spell out the vowels, but
without th...
A period ends a sentence statement. (.)
The comma represents a pause. (,)
A question mark ends an asking sentence. (?)
An ...
Get On The Ball!
Exclamation Mark!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
Punctuation Marks
18
Word Building Space
When building words from left to right, use as
your guide, the “lion” stands for the left side,
the “r...
Forward… March!!!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
20
Reading is Fundamental
I Can
Read!
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
21
A Philosophic Message
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
22
My philosophy I espouse is simple, to complete all the
lessons...
Ding Dong
Readiness
Preparation Instructions
23
The Liberty Bell
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Lower Case / Small Letters
Here We Go Round
The Mulberry Bush
24
Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters “b” and
“d”; or when “a” is the beginning of the alphabet and “...
Ms. Jackson
Beware / Be Wise!
Mind your b’s , and d’s;
p’s, and q’s; cross your t’s
and dot your i’ s”; and
don’t forget t...
Lesson 1
Small Letters / The Lower Case
Upper
Case
Lower
Case
27
Lesson 1
Capital Letters
The Upper Case Letters
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N,
O, P, Q, R, S, T, U,
V, W, X, Y,...
Lesson 1
Capital Letters
Answer:Upper
Case
Upper
case.
Answ
er:
29
Letter Positions
Before – Between – After
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
30
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Name the letter that comes before “t”, (s);
before “w”, (v), v. w; before “j”, (i), i. j;
before...
Gee! Whiz!
If there is a before,
then there has to
be an after.
Now, if you think
that’s funny, then it
should provoke
lau...
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Say the letter that comes after “p”, (q);
after “x”, (y), “x, y;” after “l”, (m)…
Oh well!
33
…and Jill came tumbling
after.
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
34
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Tell the letter between “b” and “d”, (c);
between “t” and “v”, (u); between “q” and “s”, (r).
If...
36
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Twinkle, Twinkle,
Little Star
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
Read the letter at the beginning of the first row (a);
at the end of the top row, (j).
Read the ...
Lesson 1
Letter Positions
38
Ducks
In A Row
To touch the bases, vary the activities and practice with the
capitals and small letters until the letters are learned in ...
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Extra Practice
40
It is said that
time will tell.
Listen carefully
for the Liberty
Bell…
Give An Extra T...
Student Book: Pages 1 and 2
are as easy as tying your shoe.
41*Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this boo...
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 1
Alphabet
Extra Practice
42
The Liberty Bell
Lesson 2
Vowels
Remind Yourself*
*Tie a string around your finger if you want your thoughts to linger.
43
A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes “y.”
a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.”
All letters that are not vowels are consonants.
Lesson...
44
Lesson 2
Vowels
45
Lesson 2
Vowels And Consonants
46
Repeat after me;
recite as a chant;
tell which letter is a
vowel and which is
a consonan...
The Beat of the Tom-Tom
Lesson 2
Vowels And Consonants
47
…and sometimes “ y” as in / y / yo-yo!
You will name these vowel letters, by and by,
by saying “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u” and...
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
49
Cross Your Fingers
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
It is easy to see… that “a” comes before “b”;
“e” before “f”; “i” before ”j”; “o” before “p...
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
51
Look, Look!
See, See!
Say: “y” says,
/ y / as in “yo-yo.”
Lesson 2
Vowels
Extra Practice
52
See – Saw
On your mark…
Before I forget, practice naming
the vowel and consonant letters
until both can be separated
from the alphab...
Student Book: page 3:
Memorizing the vowels and consonants are easy.
54
Lesson 2
Vowel Assignment*
*Student Book assignmen...
Hi, There!
Lesson 2
Vowels Assignment
55
Ding Dong
Lesson 2
Vowels Assignment
The Liberty Bell
56
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
After me, echo the
letter, sound and
picture. And, say to
yourself, I am going
to stay right with h...
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
58
“Get Feedback”
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Now say:
“a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b /, bug;
“c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . .
“a”...
“e”, / e /, elephant; “f”, / f /, fish; “g”, / g /, girl; “h”, / h /, hat . . .
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
60
“I”, / i /, Indian; “j”, / j /, jar; “k”, / k /, king; “l”, / l /, lion . . .
61
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
62
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
“m”, / m /, mouse;
“n”, / n /, nose;
“o”, / o /, octopus;
p”, / p /, pig…
63
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
64
“u”, / u /, umbrella “v”, / v /, valentine
“w”, / w /, witch “x”, / ks /, box
/ ks /...
“y”, / y /, yo-yo “z”, / z /, zebra
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
65
Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
66
“w”-“h”,
/ wh /, whale.
Wow! That was quite a trail …
Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
67
Lesson 3
Digraph Picture Letter Sounds
68
A Trail
Of Ants
1. What is the sound of “h”, as in hat? (/h /, hat.)
2. What letter makes the sound / s /? (the “s”; as in, / s /, sun.)
3...
70
Lesson 3
Letter / Sound / Pictures
Thumbs Up!
4. What digraph letters make the sound
/ ch /, as in / ch /, church. ( “c” – “h” ).
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
...
A Winner!
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
72
5. What is the sound of the digraph “w” – “h”?
(/ wh /, whale). A whale is a whale of a mammal!
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Ext...
A Whopper
Two Beef Patties
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
74
6. What picture is on the “r” card? (rabbit).
Rabbit rhymes with habit.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
75
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
76
My Riding Habit
I am wearing my riding habit
7. What letter is on the “bug” card?
(“b”, / b /, bug). This is not so hard.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
77
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
78
Get On The Ball!
Crystal Ball
/a/, /b/, /c/, /d/, /e/, /f/, /g/,
/h/, /i/, /j/, /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/,
/o/, /p/, /q/, /r/, /s/, /t/, /u/,
/v/, /w/, /x/, /y...
Musical Notes
Sounding 26 letters is not the…
for-evers.
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
80
Dear Sir,
How are you?
Fine, I hope.
So long!
From,
Pal
Lesson 3
Letter Sounds
Extra Practice
81
“a”,
apple
“b”,
bug
“c”,
cat
“d”,
dog
“e”,
elephant
Name the letters and pictures
on each card by rote.
That’ s like sayin...
“f”,
fish
“g”,
girl
“h”,
hat
“i”,
Indian
“j”,
jar
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
83
“m”,
mouse
“k”,
king
“l”,
lion
“n”,
nose
“o”,
octopus
84
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
“p”,
pig
“q”,
quarter
“r”,
rabbit
“s”,
sun
“t”,
turtle
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
85
“u”,
umbrella
“v”,
valentine
“w”,
witch
/ks/ is the last sound heard in box.
“y”,
yo-yo
86
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter ...
“z”,
zebra
87
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
Review pages 1 & 2.
The practice up to now has given you the grounds
to memorize the letter and picture sounds.
Student Bo...
Shadow Box
Practice, Practice!
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
89
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 3
Extra Practice
Letter / Picture Words
90
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The alphabet, the greatest invention ever, has created
something clever, 69 Magic Sounds’ keys that ...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
To sound the Magic Sounds in the word
building space, accent on the vowel is the
first place; then, ...
Hop In!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
Word Building Space
Taxi Cab!
93
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
“a” Magic Sounds / a /, apple
ab ak ar
ac al as
ad am at
af an av
ag ap...
A girl A boy
A lass A lad
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
95
An Apple for the Teacher!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
96
“e” Magic Sounds / e /, elephant
eb el es
ec em et
ed en ev
ef ep ex
eg er
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sou...
A White Elephant!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
98
“i” Magic Sounds / i /, Indian
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
ib il is
ic im it
id in iv
if ip ix
ig i...
Ten Little Indians
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
100
“o” Magic Sounds / o /, octopus
ob og op
oc ol os
od om ot
of on ox
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
101
Embrace Me!
I am an
octopus!
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
102
“u” Magic Sounds / u /, umbrella
ub ug up uz
uc ul ur*
ud um us
uf un ut
“er”, “ir”, and “ur” all make the same sound / er...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Raindrops
Keep Falling on my Head
104
A vowel and consonant composed
makes a little syllable that’s closed.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
1...
In order to know there is an end,
you have to know there is a beginning.
First / Last
Begin / End
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
Th...
If you can read these Magic Sounds,
you are definitely winning.
107
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Read the Magic Sound “e”, “g”, / eg /, as in:
The chicken laid and egg.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds...
is
Name the vowel in “is”, (“i”). Name the
consonant (“s”), as in: Miss Jackson.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Mag...
“e-r”, “i-r”, and “u-r” make
the same sound /er/, as in:
er
ir
ur
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra...
Her name is Traci.
I am
Traci.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
111
This is a fir tree.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
112
This cat has fur.
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
Extra Practice (continued)
113
Student Book, do page four and no more!
114
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment*
*Student Book assignment pages start on page...
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment
Student Book, pages 4
Study
115
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds
116
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Most rhyming words end with the same spelling
patterns. Rhyme words can be built from Magic
Sounds ...
an
ban
1. “an;” “ban.” “ban” means to forbid. Shall we put a ban on
calling a child a kid?
can ran
fan tan
man van
pan
Les...
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
119
at
bat
2. “at” rhymes with “bat:”
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
cat pat
fat rat
hat sat
mat vat
120
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
121
en
Ben
3. “en” is the Magic Sound in: Ben. (Always use a capital
letter at the beginning of a proper name.) Now, you know ...
Oh Dear! Deer!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
123
et
bet
4. “et,” as in, bet, rhymes with:
get pet
jet set
let wet
net
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
124
Wet!
Ice Cold!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
125
in
bin
5. “in,” rhymes with “bin” as in:
fin sin
kin tin
pin
Learning to read rhymes allows you to: win
Lesson 5
Rhyming W...
Little Boy Satchmo
Come Blow Your Horn
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
127
Pops! Louis Armstrong
it*
6. The word “it” is the Magic Sound In:
bit lit
fit pit
hit sit
kit
Oh, what… wit
*Some Magic Sounds are also words.
L...
Key
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Mick
129
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
ot
7. “o” – “t,” Magic Sound “ot,” as in:
cot jot
dot lot
got not
hot pot …are too many...
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
131
132
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
8. /ug/, in:
bug
dug
hug
jug
lug
rug ...are quite a... tug
ug
tug
A Tug of War!
Endurance!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Test Your Strength
133
bun
fun
gun
nun
pun
run
sun …all have the same Magic Sound, “un.”
un
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
9.
134
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
I’m Eileen.
I fixed my hair
in a bun.
She fixed her hair in a bun.
Her hair is fixed in...
ad
10. Rhyme “ad” with:
bad
dad*
had
lad
mad
pad
Please, never be: sad*Use the extra letters as required.
Lesson 5
Rhyming...
A Grand Dad!
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
137
Granddad
11. Spelling out “b,” “a,” “g”… “bag, remove the “b” from
“bag” and there is the Magic Sound “ag,” as in:
ag
bag
gag
hag
r...
Grab Bag
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
139
ax*
12. An “ax” is used to chop down trees. “ax” rhymes with:
lax
tax
wax
*Some Magic Sounds are also words.
Lesson 5
Rhym...
This is an ax.
(Spelled, “a” – “x;” “ax”).
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
141
13. What is the Magic Sound in:
“eg…” is the Magic Sound.
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
142
beg
keg
leg
peg
One Broken Leg
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
143
ox
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
14. An ox is an animal that sat on a…
box
…that chased a … fox,
…that ate a … lox,
a...
The Chicken Pox
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
145
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words (continued)
Smile!
146
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Extra Practice
A phrase is not a whole sentence
even though it has presence.
Read the two and three...
Air Takes Up Space
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
Extra Practice
148
149
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment*
Student Book, pages 5 and 6
will offer you some more reading practice.
Row, Row,
Row Your Boat
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
150
Ding Dong Bell
Lesson 5
Rhyming Words
151
Volume I
Lessons 1 thru 5
Index
a 145 den 120 jet 122 pan 116 tan 116
ad 134 dot 128 jot 128 pat 118 tag 136
am 145 dug 13...
153
Student Book
Assigned Pages:
1 thru 6
154
Alphabet
a, b, c, d, e, f, g,
h, i, j, k, l, m, n,
o, p, q, r, s, t, u,
v, w, x, y, z.
Small Letters / The Lower Case
...
155
Alphabet
A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
H, I, J, K, L, M, N,
O, P, Q, R, S, T, U,
V, W, X, Y, Z.
Capital Letters / The Upper Cas...
156
Consonants:
b, c, d, f, g,
h, j, k, l, m, n,
p, q, r, s, t,
v, w, x, y, z.
Vowels:
a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.”
L...
157
Lesson 3
Alphabet Assignment
Small Letters / The Lower Case
Student Book: pages 1 and 2…
Please review!
158
Lesson 4
Magic Sounds Assignment
Student Book: page 4:
The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
ab eb ib ob ub
ac ec ic oc uc
ad e...
159
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment
Student Book, pages 5
Rhyme Words
an at en et in it ot
ban bat Ben bet bin bit cot
can...
160
Lesson 5
Rhyme Words Assignment
Student Book, pages 6
Rhyme Words
ug un ad ag ax eg ox
bug bun had bag lax beg box
dug...
Learning to read can be a fun game– play Magic Sounds and experience the satisfaction
of successful learning. It is a trul...
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Script 1 is the first picture cartoon book of a series of four with a read-along CD. Rhyme*Rhythm*Verse / Activity Center script teaches reading alphabetically with poetry experiencing the magic of learning to read presenting phonics first. It is suitable for all ages and learners.

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Script 1: How to read with Magic Sounds; Rhyme*Rhythm*Verse / Activity Center

  1. 1. Magic Sounds™ a beginning reading program Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse Script 1 of 4 how to read with: Instructional / Entertainment by Barbara A. Jackson
  2. 2. Credits Script 1 i Illustrations by: Taqiy Muhammad, Harrison Miller, Barbara Jackson, and other contributing artists. ISBN: 978-0-9894741-9-1 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher, including photocopying, except for book reviews. Published in the United States of America …………………….1st printing 2012 © 2012 by Barbara A. Jackson. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. MAGIC SOUNDS 4000 Gypsy Lane, Unit 242 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19129 MAGIC SOUNDS Phonics First Beginning Reading Program ii Title Page……………………………………………………………...i Table Of Contents……………………………………………………ii About The Author………………………………………………........iii Goals, Descriptions and Objectives of the Lessons…………......iv Lesson Plan……………………………………………………...….vii Introduction / Alphabet Song..……………………………...............1 Readiness… Preparation Instructions…………………………....10 Lesson 1… Alphabet..........………………………………...........24 Lesson 2 ... Vowels...…………………………………………......43 Lesson 3… Letter Sounds....………………………………….....57 Lesson 4… Magic Sounds.......……………………………..........91 Lesson 5… Rhyming Words......……………………………......117 Index..........................................................................................152 Student Book Assignment Pages.............................................153 Table of Contents Script 1
  4. 4. ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed. Graduated from Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA in 1958, Miss Barbara Jackson spent all of her teaching career in the Philadelphia Public School District, teaching first grade. In 1975, Miss Jackson created the Magic Sounds Beginning Reading Program out of a need to make the fundamentals of reading more understandable to children. Parents delighted at seeing how easily and quickly their children successfully learned to read with phonics. Ms. Jackson’s newer version of Magic Sounds -- presented all in exciting poetry-- now, is available to you. Acknowledgements / Dedications This book is dedicated to Dr. Ethel Turner my reading methods professor and mentor at Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA. Without Dr. Turner’s devotion and enthusiasm for excellence in teaching how to teach children to read and her coaching on how children learn to read, Magic Sounds Beginning Reading Program would not exist. A Special Gratitude To Barbara Jean (Little) Bundick, my classroom aide, for her devotion, and love for children; also, for keeping me in focus, I thank her. Applauds Congratulations to the hundreds of first grade students, I taught over many years, and who learned to read with great facility through Magic Sounds. I thank them for the fond memories of how they learned to read through Magic Sounds; and in many cases for sharing their outcomes and the influence Magic Sounds had on their continuing education through high school, college, and their careers. Of the many outstanding pupils I have taught, two especially come to mind. The first student was a handsome young lad who initially had great difficulty sounding out words merely for lack of tempo. He soon caught on -- found his own rhythm and beat -- shouted out loudly in class with astonishment when he realized he could read exciting his classmates when they heard him say: “This is like magic!” Walla – The name, Magic Sounds, was born! The second student was a beautiful young lassie who grasped quickly how to sound out words with great skill and fluency. She presented me with her keepsake, a golden key trinket that dangled from a frayed blue ribbon, and told me that she didn’t need it anymore and that I could keep it or give it to someone else, because she knows how to read, now! Abracadabra – The Magic Sounds’ logo was created.... a Gold Key! Kudos I am especially thankful to Dr. Russell A. Jackson, my oldest brother, for his confidence in Magic Sounds and for his never-ending willingness to proof read and offer enhancements and improvements to Magic Sounds. iii
  5. 5. Magic Sounds Phonics First Rhyme, Rhythm & Verse (RRV) Script 1 by Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed. Min. / Sec. Cover / Title................................…………………………………..............................................0:40 Min. / Sec. Introduction: Alphabet Song / Open Letter.....…..…………..............................................2:49 Alphabet Song: Aim: To associate pictures with the letters of the alphabet. Description: A poem about the alphabet. Example: “Aladdin,” you’re adorable; “Ballerina,” you’re so beautiful; “Cowboy, ” You’re a cutie full of charm…”x, y, z…etc”. Result: To become acquainted with picture / letter associations. Open Letter : Aim: To receive greetings from Ms. Jackson, the author of the Magic Sounds Script. Description: Open Letter – Motivational pep talk. Example: “We are going to wander through the alphabet with speed and experience the MAGIC of learning to read.” Result: To be self-motivated. Min. / Sec. Readiness…………………………………………………………………………………………..5:02 Aim: To receive preparation instructions. Description: To introduce the Activity Center (pocket chart), the MAIN feature used for diagramming the picture / letter cards for building words. Example: “The Activity Center is a big pocket chart to help you memorize the alphabet by heart.” Result: To become familiar with the Activity Center’s use for building reading words and sentences. continued >>> Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Reading Taught Alphabetically With Poetry The Magic Sounds script demonstrates the dynamics of using graphics to teach reading. All the basic skills are presented starting with the alphabet, thru multi- syllables, and suffixes by highlighting the short vowel sound syllables. A 900 word vocabulary is established. iv
  6. 6. Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Script 1 Min. / Sec. Lesson # 1 Alphabet………………………………………………………………………………..5:56 Aim: To teach the basic fundamentals of reading. Description: Various activities -- practice with learning both the lower and upper case letters. Example: “Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters :b: and “d...” Result: To acquire the ability to recognize the lower and upper cases. Min. / Sec. Lesson # 2 Vowels………………………………………………………………………………….5:25 Aim: To show that the alphabet letters have two classifications, vowels and consonants. Description: The vowels showing,... all letters that are not vowels are consonants. Example: “Recite as a chant. Tell which letter is a vowel and which is a consonant. “a” is a vowel; “b” is a consonant; etc.” Result: The ability to separate the vowel letters from the consonant letters of the alphabet. Min. / Sec. Lesson # 3 Letter Sounds……………………………………………………………………….10:42 Aim: To show that letters have names and sounds . Description: Memorizing the picture / letter sounds by rote. Example: “Letters have sounds as well as a name. Once you learn the letter sounds, you’ll be a winner at this game,” Result: The ability to identify the individual letter sounds by ear. Continued >>> v
  7. 7. Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Script 1 Min. / Sec. Lesson # 4 Magic Sounds ………………………………………………………………………...8:06 Aim: To present the 69 Magic Sounds “keys” (two-letter-sound-combinations syllables) for sounding out words. Description: The vowel and consonant letter combinations. Example: “Build the Magic Sounds in the word building space. To sound, accent on the vowel is the first place; then say the consonant softly.” “ab,” “eb,” “ib,” “ob,” “ub,” are examples of Magic Sounds. Result: To know how to blend the vowels with consonant letters to reproduce the 69 Magic Sounds (little syllables). Min. / Sec. Lesson # 5 Rhyme Words……..………………………………………………………………....9:42 Aim: To provide practice using the Magic Sounds procedure for SOUNDING OUT words. Description: Rhyming words using the Magic Sounds short vowel syllables. Example: “Most rhyme words end with the same spelling patterns. Rhymes can be built from Magic Sounds by changing the beginning letters by turns.” “bat.” “cat,” “fat,” etc. Result: A thorough understanding of the basic short vowel word patterns. vi
  8. 8. Lesson Plan Dear Friend, In 17 lessons, the Magic Sounds’ Rhyme, Rhythm, and Verse Script teaches the basic reading skills by showing how to systematically convert the alphabet into 69 two-letter syllables so the learner can easily read the more than 900 words in the Magic Sounds Program. How To Use The Script? Reading As Easy As, A, B, C: A... Have the student listen and read interacting with the script as it is read. B... Have the student practice reading the assignment from the STUDENT BOOK, starting on page 153 (end of this book). C... Test the student’s MASTERY of the lesson as stated below: HOW TO TEST MASTERY? Mastery is achieved when the student can correctly read 7 out of any 10 randomly selected items from the STUDENT BOOK assignment. Do not proceed to the next lesson until the student has successfully mastered the present lesson. How To Grade Mastery? 10 items correct A (Excellent) = 100% 9 “ “ B (Good) = one wrong 8 “ “ C (Fair) = two wrong 7 “ “ D (Low) = three wrong 6 and below (Review the Lesson) vii Good Luck! Miss Jackson
  9. 9. viii
  10. 10. 1 Introduction Script 1 © 1989 by Barbara A. Jackson. All rights reserved. Revised Second Edition 2012
  11. 11. Introduction The Alphabet Song Aladdin, you’re adorable. Ballerina, you’re so beautiful. Cowboy, you’re a cutie full of charm. Dancer, you’re a darling. 2
  12. 12. Forman, you’re a feather in my arms. Edgar, you’re exciting. Geisha, you look good to me. Introduction The Alphabet Song 3 Hobo, you’re so heavenly.
  13. 13. Jumping Jack, you’re like Jack and Jill. King, you’re so kissable. 4 Long Legs, you’re the love light in my eyes. Imitator, you’re the one I idolize. Introduction The Alphabet Song
  14. 14. Man, Nobleman, Operator, Pacer…I could go on all day. Introduction The Alphabet Song 5
  15. 15. Quintuplet, Runner, Sport, Teddy… Alphabetically speaking, you're okay! Introduction The Alphabet Song 6
  16. 16. Introduction The Alphabet Song 7 Umpire, makes my life complete. Victory, means you're so very sweet. Witch, X-Leg-Sticks, Yahoo, Zany. Oh, it’s fun to wander through the alphabet with you. To tell you what you mean to me.
  17. 17. Introduction 8
  18. 18. Introduction Get On The Bandwagon! 9
  19. 19. Readiness Preparation Instructions ATTENTION!!! This is the Activity Center. 10
  20. 20. Readiness Preparation Instructions 11
  21. 21. A Lad and a Lass A Boy and a Girl Readiness Preparation Instructions 12
  22. 22. Small Letters a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w, x,y,z. Point to and recite the small letters after me by saying the letters from “a” to “z.” Readiness Preparation Instructions Getting Started 13
  23. 23. Digraph Letters To show how two letters have relations… say the digraph combinations: “c-h”, “q-u”, “s-h”, “t-h”, “w-h.” Readiness Preparation Instructions 14
  24. 24. The Three Little Kittens’ Mittens Readiness Preparation Instructions 15
  25. 25. Extra Letters There are four letters on each card that are pals.* When in place, they spell out the vowels, but without the “y,” this time… a, e, i, o, u. Readiness Instructions 16 * Each card is designated four letters
  26. 26. A period ends a sentence statement. (.) The comma represents a pause. (,) A question mark ends an asking sentence. (?) An exclamation mark shows an emotional cause. (!) Readiness Preparation Instructions 17 Punctuation Marks
  27. 27. Get On The Ball! Exclamation Mark! Readiness Preparation Instructions Punctuation Marks 18
  28. 28. Word Building Space When building words from left to right, use as your guide, the “lion” stands for the left side, the “rabbit” stands for the right. Readiness Preparation Instructions 19
  29. 29. Forward… March!!! Readiness Preparation Instructions 20
  30. 30. Reading is Fundamental I Can Read! Readiness Preparation Instructions 21
  31. 31. A Philosophic Message Readiness Preparation Instructions 22 My philosophy I espouse is simple, to complete all the lessons, persistence is necessary for your existence. Said still another way: For your existence, persistence is necessary to complete all the lessons I espouse, my philosophy is simple. Please listen for the bell; the end of the lesson it will foretell!
  32. 32. Ding Dong Readiness Preparation Instructions 23 The Liberty Bell
  33. 33. Lesson 1 Alphabet Lower Case / Small Letters Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush 24
  34. 34. Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters “b” and “d”; or when “a” is the beginning of the alphabet and “z” is the end. So, be sure to look carefully my friend. a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. 25 Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case
  35. 35. Ms. Jackson Beware / Be Wise! Mind your b’s , and d’s; p’s, and q’s; cross your t’s and dot your i’ s”; and don’t forget to close your a’ s. Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case 26
  36. 36. Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case Upper Case Lower Case 27
  37. 37. Lesson 1 Capital Letters The Upper Case Letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. The upper case letters let’s comprehend by saying the capitals from beginning to end. 28
  38. 38. Lesson 1 Capital Letters Answer:Upper Case Upper case. Answ er: 29
  39. 39. Letter Positions Before – Between – After Lesson 1 Letter Positions 30
  40. 40. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Name the letter that comes before “t”, (s); before “w”, (v), v. w; before “j”, (i), i. j; before “f”, (e). 31
  41. 41. Gee! Whiz! If there is a before, then there has to be an after. Now, if you think that’s funny, then it should provoke laughter. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 32 Laughter! The Best Remedy
  42. 42. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Say the letter that comes after “p”, (q); after “x”, (y), “x, y;” after “l”, (m)… Oh well! 33
  43. 43. …and Jill came tumbling after. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 34
  44. 44. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Tell the letter between “b” and “d”, (c); between “t” and “v”, (u); between “q” and “s”, (r). If you read the answers, you’re really a star. 35
  45. 45. 36 Lesson 1 Letter Positions Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
  46. 46. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Read the letter at the beginning of the first row (a); at the end of the top row, (j). Read the letter at the beginning of the second row, (k); and the letter at the end of the second row, (t); and the last letter of the alphabet, (z). 37
  47. 47. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 38 Ducks In A Row
  48. 48. To touch the bases, vary the activities and practice with the capitals and small letters until the letters are learned in both cases. 39 Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice
  49. 49. Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice 40 It is said that time will tell. Listen carefully for the Liberty Bell… Give An Extra Tug!
  50. 50. Student Book: Pages 1 and 2 are as easy as tying your shoe. 41*Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book. Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment*
  51. 51. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice 42 The Liberty Bell
  52. 52. Lesson 2 Vowels Remind Yourself* *Tie a string around your finger if you want your thoughts to linger. 43
  53. 53. A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes “y.” a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.” All letters that are not vowels are consonants. Lesson 2 Vowels 44 Reminder!!!
  54. 54. 44 Lesson 2 Vowels 45
  55. 55. Lesson 2 Vowels And Consonants 46 Repeat after me; recite as a chant; tell which letter is a vowel and which is a consonant.
  56. 56. The Beat of the Tom-Tom Lesson 2 Vowels And Consonants 47
  57. 57. …and sometimes “ y” as in / y / yo-yo! You will name these vowel letters, by and by, by saying “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u” and sometimes “y”. 48 Vowels Extra Practice Lesson 2 Vowels
  58. 58. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 49 Cross Your Fingers
  59. 59. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice It is easy to see… that “a” comes before “b”; “e” before “f”; “i” before ”j”; “o” before “p”; “u” before “v…” and of course, “y” before “z”. 50
  60. 60. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 51 Look, Look! See, See!
  61. 61. Say: “y” says, / y / as in “yo-yo.” Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 52 See – Saw
  62. 62. On your mark… Before I forget, practice naming the vowel and consonant letters until both can be separated from the alphabet. “Ready! “ Starting line. “Get set!” Go! Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice Go! 53
  63. 63. Student Book: page 3: Memorizing the vowels and consonants are easy. 54 Lesson 2 Vowel Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  64. 64. Hi, There! Lesson 2 Vowels Assignment 55
  65. 65. Ding Dong Lesson 2 Vowels Assignment The Liberty Bell 56
  66. 66. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds After me, echo the letter, sound and picture. And, say to yourself, I am going to stay right with her. 57
  67. 67. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds 58 “Get Feedback”
  68. 68. Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures Now say: “a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b /, bug; “c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . . “a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b/, bug; “c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . . 59
  69. 69. “e”, / e /, elephant; “f”, / f /, fish; “g”, / g /, girl; “h”, / h /, hat . . . Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 60
  70. 70. “I”, / i /, Indian; “j”, / j /, jar; “k”, / k /, king; “l”, / l /, lion . . . 61 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures
  71. 71. 62 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures “m”, / m /, mouse; “n”, / n /, nose; “o”, / o /, octopus; p”, / p /, pig…
  72. 72. 63 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures
  73. 73. Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 64 “u”, / u /, umbrella “v”, / v /, valentine “w”, / w /, witch “x”, / ks /, box / ks / is the last sound heard in “box”…
  74. 74. “y”, / y /, yo-yo “z”, / z /, zebra Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 65
  75. 75. Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 66
  76. 76. “w”-“h”, / wh /, whale. Wow! That was quite a trail … Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 67
  77. 77. Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 68 A Trail Of Ants
  78. 78. 1. What is the sound of “h”, as in hat? (/h /, hat.) 2. What letter makes the sound / s /? (the “s”; as in, / s /, sun.) 3. What two letters make the same sound / c /? (“c” and “k”.) Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 69
  79. 79. 70 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures Thumbs Up!
  80. 80. 4. What digraph letters make the sound / ch /, as in / ch /, church. ( “c” – “h” ). Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 71
  81. 81. A Winner! Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 72
  82. 82. 5. What is the sound of the digraph “w” – “h”? (/ wh /, whale). A whale is a whale of a mammal! Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 73
  83. 83. A Whopper Two Beef Patties Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 74
  84. 84. 6. What picture is on the “r” card? (rabbit). Rabbit rhymes with habit. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 75
  85. 85. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 76 My Riding Habit I am wearing my riding habit
  86. 86. 7. What letter is on the “bug” card? (“b”, / b /, bug). This is not so hard. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 77
  87. 87. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 78 Get On The Ball! Crystal Ball
  88. 88. /a/, /b/, /c/, /d/, /e/, /f/, /g/, /h/, /i/, /j/, /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/, /o/, /p/, /q/, /r/, /s/, /t/, /u/, /v/, /w/, /x/, /y/, /z/. Recite the alphabet by sound: Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 79
  89. 89. Musical Notes Sounding 26 letters is not the… for-evers. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 80
  90. 90. Dear Sir, How are you? Fine, I hope. So long! From, Pal Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 81
  91. 91. “a”, apple “b”, bug “c”, cat “d”, dog “e”, elephant Name the letters and pictures on each card by rote. That’ s like saying, that’s all he wrote! Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 82
  92. 92. “f”, fish “g”, girl “h”, hat “i”, Indian “j”, jar Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 83
  93. 93. “m”, mouse “k”, king “l”, lion “n”, nose “o”, octopus 84 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words
  94. 94. “p”, pig “q”, quarter “r”, rabbit “s”, sun “t”, turtle Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 85
  95. 95. “u”, umbrella “v”, valentine “w”, witch /ks/ is the last sound heard in box. “y”, yo-yo 86 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words “x”, box
  96. 96. “z”, zebra 87 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words
  97. 97. Review pages 1 & 2. The practice up to now has given you the grounds to memorize the letter and picture sounds. Student Book pages 1 and 2, please review! 88 Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  98. 98. Shadow Box Practice, Practice! Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 89
  99. 99. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 90
  100. 100. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The alphabet, the greatest invention ever, has created something clever, 69 Magic Sounds’ keys that unlock words, a very powerful lever. GOLD KEY! Key To Success 91
  101. 101. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds To sound the Magic Sounds in the word building space, accent on the vowel is the first place; then, say the consonant softly. Example: point to the “a” and say the sound / a /; and to the “b”, then, say / b /. “ab” as in “cab”, you know, “taxi cab!” 92 Word Building Space
  102. 102. Hop In! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Word Building Space Taxi Cab! 93
  103. 103. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds “a” Magic Sounds / a /, apple ab ak ar ac al as ad am at af an av ag ap ax* *Some Magic Sounds can be heard as words. 94
  104. 104. A girl A boy A lass A lad Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 95
  105. 105. An Apple for the Teacher! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 96
  106. 106. “e” Magic Sounds / e /, elephant eb el es ec em et ed en ev ef ep ex eg er Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 97
  107. 107. A White Elephant! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 98
  108. 108. “i” Magic Sounds / i /, Indian Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds ib il is ic im it id in iv if ip ix ig ir iz 99
  109. 109. Ten Little Indians Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 100
  110. 110. “o” Magic Sounds / o /, octopus ob og op oc ol os od om ot of on ox Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 101
  111. 111. Embrace Me! I am an octopus! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 102
  112. 112. “u” Magic Sounds / u /, umbrella ub ug up uz uc ul ur* ud um us uf un ut “er”, “ir”, and “ur” all make the same sound / er /. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 103
  113. 113. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head 104
  114. 114. A vowel and consonant composed makes a little syllable that’s closed. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 105
  115. 115. In order to know there is an end, you have to know there is a beginning. First / Last Begin / End Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 106
  116. 116. If you can read these Magic Sounds, you are definitely winning. 107 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
  117. 117. Read the Magic Sound “e”, “g”, / eg /, as in: The chicken laid and egg. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 108
  118. 118. is Name the vowel in “is”, (“i”). Name the consonant (“s”), as in: Miss Jackson. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 109 Hi there! Miss Jackson
  119. 119. “e-r”, “i-r”, and “u-r” make the same sound /er/, as in: er ir ur Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 110
  120. 120. Her name is Traci. I am Traci. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 111
  121. 121. This is a fir tree. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 112
  122. 122. This cat has fur. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 113
  123. 123. Student Book, do page four and no more! 114 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  124. 124. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment Student Book, pages 4 Study 115
  125. 125. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 4 Magic Sounds 116
  126. 126. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Most rhyming words end with the same spelling patterns. Rhyme words can be built from Magic Sounds if you change the beginning letters by turns… 117
  127. 127. an ban 1. “an;” “ban.” “ban” means to forbid. Shall we put a ban on calling a child a kid? can ran fan tan man van pan Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 118
  128. 128. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 119
  129. 129. at bat 2. “at” rhymes with “bat:” Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) cat pat fat rat hat sat mat vat 120
  130. 130. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 121
  131. 131. en Ben 3. “en” is the Magic Sound in: Ben. (Always use a capital letter at the beginning of a proper name.) Now, you know the Name Game. The next words rhyme with Ben: den pen hen ten men yen Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 122
  132. 132. Oh Dear! Deer! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 123
  133. 133. et bet 4. “et,” as in, bet, rhymes with: get pet jet set let wet net Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 124
  134. 134. Wet! Ice Cold! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 125
  135. 135. in bin 5. “in,” rhymes with “bin” as in: fin sin kin tin pin Learning to read rhymes allows you to: win Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 126
  136. 136. Little Boy Satchmo Come Blow Your Horn Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 127 Pops! Louis Armstrong
  137. 137. it* 6. The word “it” is the Magic Sound In: bit lit fit pit hit sit kit Oh, what… wit *Some Magic Sounds are also words. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 128
  138. 138. Key Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Mick 129
  139. 139. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) ot 7. “o” – “t,” Magic Sound “ot,” as in: cot jot dot lot got not hot pot …are too many rhymes for a: tot. 130
  140. 140. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 131
  141. 141. 132 Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 8. /ug/, in: bug dug hug jug lug rug ...are quite a... tug ug tug
  142. 142. A Tug of War! Endurance! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Test Your Strength 133
  143. 143. bun fun gun nun pun run sun …all have the same Magic Sound, “un.” un Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 9. 134
  144. 144. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) I’m Eileen. I fixed my hair in a bun. She fixed her hair in a bun. Her hair is fixed in a bun. 135
  145. 145. ad 10. Rhyme “ad” with: bad dad* had lad mad pad Please, never be: sad*Use the extra letters as required. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 136
  146. 146. A Grand Dad! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 137 Granddad
  147. 147. 11. Spelling out “b,” “a,” “g”… “bag, remove the “b” from “bag” and there is the Magic Sound “ag,” as in: ag bag gag hag rag sag tag Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 138
  148. 148. Grab Bag Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 139
  149. 149. ax* 12. An “ax” is used to chop down trees. “ax” rhymes with: lax tax wax *Some Magic Sounds are also words. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 140
  150. 150. This is an ax. (Spelled, “a” – “x;” “ax”). Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 141
  151. 151. 13. What is the Magic Sound in: “eg…” is the Magic Sound. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 142 beg keg leg peg
  152. 152. One Broken Leg Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 143
  153. 153. ox Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 14. An ox is an animal that sat on a… box …that chased a … fox, …that ate a … lox, and finally go the … pox. 144
  154. 154. The Chicken Pox Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 145
  155. 155. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Smile! 146
  156. 156. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Extra Practice A phrase is not a whole sentence even though it has presence. Read the two and three word phrases so you can receive all the praises. An example: fat man 1. fat (space) man 4. I am 2. run fox 5. a big man 3. bad rat 6. red rug ALWAYS LEAVE A SPACE BETWEEN WORDS IN A SENTENCE! 147
  157. 157. Air Takes Up Space Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Extra Practice 148
  158. 158. 149 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment* Student Book, pages 5 and 6 will offer you some more reading practice.
  159. 159. Row, Row, Row Your Boat Lesson 5 Rhyming Words 150
  160. 160. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 5 Rhyming Words 151
  161. 161. Volume I Lessons 1 thru 5 Index a 145 den 120 jet 122 pan 116 tan 116 ad 134 dot 128 jot 128 pat 118 tag 136 am 145 dug 130 jug 130 peg 140 tax 1378 an 116 fan 116 keg 140 pen 120 ten 120 at 118 fat 118 kin 128 pet 122 tin 124 ax 138 fin 124 kit 126 pin 124 tot 128 bad 134 fit 126 lad 134 pit 126 tug 130 bag 136 fox 142 lax 138 pot 128 van 116 ban 116 fun 132 leg 140 pox 142 vat 118 bat 118 gag 136 let 122 pun 132 wax 138 beg 140 get 122 lit 126 ran 116 wet 122 Ben 120 got 128 lot 128 rag 136 win 124 bet 122 gun 132 lox 142 rat 118 wit 126 big 124 had 134 lug 130 rot 128 yen 120 bin 126 hag 136 mad 134 rug 130 bit 126 hat 118 man 116 run 132 box 142 hen 120 mat 118 sad 134 bug 130 hit 126 men 120 sag 136 bun 132 hot 128 net 122 sat 118 cat 118 hug 130 not 128 set 122 can 116 I 145 nun 132 sin 124 cot 128 in 124 ox 142 sit 126 dad 134 it 126 pad 134 sun 132 152
  162. 162. 153 Student Book Assigned Pages: 1 thru 6
  163. 163. 154 Alphabet a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. Small Letters / The Lower Case Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment Student Book: page 1:
  164. 164. 155 Alphabet A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. Capital Letters / The Upper Case Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment Student Book: page 2:
  165. 165. 156 Consonants: b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z. Vowels: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.” Lesson 2 Vowel Assignment Student Book: page 3:
  166. 166. 157 Lesson 3 Alphabet Assignment Small Letters / The Lower Case Student Book: pages 1 and 2… Please review!
  167. 167. 158 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment Student Book: page 4: The Short Vowel Magic Sounds ab eb ib ob ub ac ec ic oc uc ad ed id od ud af ef if of uf ag eg ig og ug ak el il ol ul al em im om um am en in on un an ep ip op up ap er ir os ur ar es is ot us as et it ox ut at ev iv uz av ex ix ax iz
  168. 168. 159 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment Student Book, pages 5 Rhyme Words an at en et in it ot ban bat Ben bet bin bit cot can cat den get fin fit dot fan fat hen jet kin hit got man hat men let pin kit hot pan mat pen net sin lit jot ran rat ten pet tin pit hot tan pat yen set win sit not van sat wet wit pot vat rot tot
  169. 169. 160 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment Student Book, pages 6 Rhyme Words ug un ad ag ax eg ox bug bun had bag lax beg box dug fun dad gag tax keg fox hug gun lad hag wax leg lox jug nun pad rag peg pox lug pun bad tag rug run mad sag tug sun sad
  170. 170. Learning to read can be a fun game– play Magic Sounds and experience the satisfaction of successful learning. It is a truly a professional program that contains the basic reading readiness skill and word attack skills. Observe how satisfaction and success motivates. See reading magic with Magic Sounds. See a reading vocabulary grow. This expert program is now available for home use. Instructional / Entertainment By Barbara A. Jackson Back Cover Volume One: Lessons # 1 thru 5 Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse Script 1
  171. 171. 171
  172. 172. Magic Sounds™ a beginning reading program Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse Script 1 of 4 how to read with: Instructional / Entertainment by Barbara A. Jackson
  173. 173. Credits Script 1 i Illustrations by: Taqiy Muhammad, Harrison Miller, Barbara Jackson, and other contributing artists. ISBN: 978-0-9894741-9-1 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher, including photocopying, except for book reviews. Published in the United States of America …………………….1st printing 2012 © 2012 by Barbara A. Jackson. All rights reserved.
  174. 174. MAGIC SOUNDS 4000 Gypsy Lane, Unit 242 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19129 MAGIC SOUNDS Phonics First Beginning Reading Program ii Title Page……………………………………………………………...i Table Of Contents……………………………………………………ii About The Author………………………………………………........iii Goals, Descriptions and Objectives of the Lessons…………......iv Lesson Plan……………………………………………………...….vii Introduction / Alphabet Song..……………………………...............1 Readiness… Preparation Instructions…………………………....10 Lesson 1… Alphabet..........………………………………...........24 Lesson 2 ... Vowels...…………………………………………......43 Lesson 3… Letter Sounds....………………………………….....57 Lesson 4… Magic Sounds.......……………………………..........91 Lesson 5… Rhyming Words......……………………………......117 Index..........................................................................................152 Student Book Assignment Pages.............................................153 Table of Contents Script 1
  175. 175. ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed. Graduated from Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA in 1958, Miss Barbara Jackson spent all of her teaching career in the Philadelphia Public School District, teaching first grade. In 1975, Miss Jackson created the Magic Sounds Beginning Reading Program out of a need to make the fundamentals of reading more understandable to children. Parents delighted at seeing how easily and quickly their children successfully learned to read with phonics. Ms. Jackson’s newer version of Magic Sounds -- presented all in exciting poetry-- now, is available to you. Acknowledgements / Dedications This book is dedicated to Dr. Ethel Turner my reading methods professor and mentor at Cheyney State University, Cheyney, PA. Without Dr. Turner’s devotion and enthusiasm for excellence in teaching how to teach children to read and her coaching on how children learn to read, Magic Sounds Beginning Reading Program would not exist. A Special Gratitude To Barbara Jean (Little) Bundick, my classroom aide, for her devotion, and love for children; also, for keeping me in focus, I thank her. Applauds Congratulations to the hundreds of first grade students, I taught over many years, and who learned to read with great facility through Magic Sounds. I thank them for the fond memories of how they learned to read through Magic Sounds; and in many cases for sharing their outcomes and the influence Magic Sounds had on their continuing education through high school, college, and their careers. Of the many outstanding pupils I have taught, two especially come to mind. The first student was a handsome young lad who initially had great difficulty sounding out words merely for lack of tempo. He soon caught on -- found his own rhythm and beat -- shouted out loudly in class with astonishment when he realized he could read exciting his classmates when they heard him say: “This is like magic!” Walla – The name, Magic Sounds, was born! The second student was a beautiful young lassie who grasped quickly how to sound out words with great skill and fluency. She presented me with her keepsake, a golden key trinket that dangled from a frayed blue ribbon, and told me that she didn’t need it anymore and that I could keep it or give it to someone else, because she knows how to read, now! Abracadabra – The Magic Sounds’ logo was created.... a Gold Key! Kudos I am especially thankful to Dr. Russell A. Jackson, my oldest brother, for his confidence in Magic Sounds and for his never-ending willingness to proof read and offer enhancements and improvements to Magic Sounds. iii
  176. 176. Magic Sounds Phonics First Rhyme, Rhythm & Verse (RRV) Script 1 by Barbara A. Jackson, M.Ed. Min. / Sec. Cover / Title................................…………………………………..............................................0:40 Min. / Sec. Introduction: Alphabet Song / Open Letter.....…..…………..............................................2:49 Alphabet Song: Aim: To associate pictures with the letters of the alphabet. Description: A poem about the alphabet. Example: “Aladdin,” you’re adorable; “Ballerina,” you’re so beautiful; “Cowboy, ” You’re a cutie full of charm…”x, y, z…etc”. Result: To become acquainted with picture / letter associations. Open Letter : Aim: To receive greetings from Ms. Jackson, the author of the Magic Sounds Script. Description: Open Letter – Motivational pep talk. Example: “We are going to wander through the alphabet with speed and experience the MAGIC of learning to read.” Result: To be self-motivated. Min. / Sec. Readiness…………………………………………………………………………………………..5:02 Aim: To receive preparation instructions. Description: To introduce the Activity Center (pocket chart), the MAIN feature used for diagramming the picture / letter cards for building words. Example: “The Activity Center is a big pocket chart to help you memorize the alphabet by heart.” Result: To become familiar with the Activity Center’s use for building reading words and sentences. continued >>> Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Reading Taught Alphabetically With Poetry The Magic Sounds script demonstrates the dynamics of using graphics to teach reading. All the basic skills are presented starting with the alphabet, thru multi- syllables, and suffixes by highlighting the short vowel sound syllables. A 900 word vocabulary is established. iv
  177. 177. Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Script 1 Min. / Sec. Lesson # 1 Alphabet………………………………………………………………………………..5:56 Aim: To teach the basic fundamentals of reading. Description: Various activities -- practice with learning both the lower and upper case letters. Example: “Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters :b: and “d...” Result: To acquire the ability to recognize the lower and upper cases. Min. / Sec. Lesson # 2 Vowels………………………………………………………………………………….5:25 Aim: To show that the alphabet letters have two classifications, vowels and consonants. Description: The vowels showing,... all letters that are not vowels are consonants. Example: “Recite as a chant. Tell which letter is a vowel and which is a consonant. “a” is a vowel; “b” is a consonant; etc.” Result: The ability to separate the vowel letters from the consonant letters of the alphabet. Min. / Sec. Lesson # 3 Letter Sounds……………………………………………………………………….10:42 Aim: To show that letters have names and sounds . Description: Memorizing the picture / letter sounds by rote. Example: “Letters have sounds as well as a name. Once you learn the letter sounds, you’ll be a winner at this game,” Result: The ability to identify the individual letter sounds by ear. Continued >>> v
  178. 178. Goals, Descriptions, and Objectives of the Lessons Script 1 Min. / Sec. Lesson # 4 Magic Sounds ………………………………………………………………………...8:06 Aim: To present the 69 Magic Sounds “keys” (two-letter-sound-combinations syllables) for sounding out words. Description: The vowel and consonant letter combinations. Example: “Build the Magic Sounds in the word building space. To sound, accent on the vowel is the first place; then say the consonant softly.” “ab,” “eb,” “ib,” “ob,” “ub,” are examples of Magic Sounds. Result: To know how to blend the vowels with consonant letters to reproduce the 69 Magic Sounds (little syllables). Min. / Sec. Lesson # 5 Rhyme Words……..………………………………………………………………....9:42 Aim: To provide practice using the Magic Sounds procedure for SOUNDING OUT words. Description: Rhyming words using the Magic Sounds short vowel syllables. Example: “Most rhyme words end with the same spelling patterns. Rhymes can be built from Magic Sounds by changing the beginning letters by turns.” “bat.” “cat,” “fat,” etc. Result: A thorough understanding of the basic short vowel word patterns. vi
  179. 179. Lesson Plan Dear Friend, In 17 lessons, the Magic Sounds’ Rhyme, Rhythm, and Verse Script teaches the basic reading skills by showing how to systematically convert the alphabet into 69 two-letter syllables so the learner can easily read the more than 900 words in the Magic Sounds Program. How To Use The Script? Reading As Easy As, A, B, C: A... Have the student listen and read interacting with the script as it is read. B... Have the student practice reading the assignment from the STUDENT BOOK, starting on page 153 (end of this book). C... Test the student’s MASTERY of the lesson as stated below: HOW TO TEST MASTERY? Mastery is achieved when the student can correctly read 7 out of any 10 randomly selected items from the STUDENT BOOK assignment. Do not proceed to the next lesson until the student has successfully mastered the present lesson. How To Grade Mastery? 10 items correct A (Excellent) = 100% 9 “ “ B (Good) = one wrong 8 “ “ C (Fair) = two wrong 7 “ “ D (Low) = three wrong 6 and below (Review the Lesson) vii Good Luck! Miss Jackson
  180. 180. viii
  181. 181. 1 Introduction Script 1 © 1989 by Barbara A. Jackson. All rights reserved. Revised Second Edition 2012
  182. 182. Introduction The Alphabet Song Aladdin, you’re adorable. Ballerina, you’re so beautiful. Cowboy, you’re a cutie full of charm. Dancer, you’re a darling. 2
  183. 183. Forman, you’re a feather in my arms. Edgar, you’re exciting. Geisha, you look good to me. Introduction The Alphabet Song 3 Hobo, you’re so heavenly.
  184. 184. Jumping Jack, you’re like Jack and Jill. King, you’re so kissable. 4 Long Legs, you’re the love light in my eyes. Imitator, you’re the one I idolize. Introduction The Alphabet Song
  185. 185. Man, Nobleman, Operator, Pacer…I could go on all day. Introduction The Alphabet Song 5
  186. 186. Quintuplet, Runner, Sport, Teddy… Alphabetically speaking, you're okay! Introduction The Alphabet Song 6
  187. 187. Introduction The Alphabet Song 7 Umpire, makes my life complete. Victory, means you're so very sweet. Witch, X-Leg-Sticks, Yahoo, Zany. Oh, it’s fun to wander through the alphabet with you. To tell you what you mean to me.
  188. 188. Introduction 8
  189. 189. Introduction Get On The Bandwagon! 9
  190. 190. Readiness Preparation Instructions ATTENTION!!! This is the Activity Center. 10
  191. 191. Readiness Preparation Instructions 11
  192. 192. A Lad and a Lass A Boy and a Girl Readiness Preparation Instructions 12
  193. 193. Small Letters a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w, x,y,z. Point to and recite the small letters after me by saying the letters from “a” to “z.” Readiness Preparation Instructions Getting Started 13
  194. 194. Digraph Letters To show how two letters have relations… say the digraph combinations: “c-h”, “q-u”, “s-h”, “t-h”, “w-h.” Readiness Preparation Instructions 14
  195. 195. The Three Little Kittens’ Mittens Readiness Preparation Instructions 15
  196. 196. Extra Letters There are four letters on each card that are pals.* When in place, they spell out the vowels, but without the “y,” this time… a, e, i, o, u. Readiness Instructions 16 * Each card is designated four letters
  197. 197. A period ends a sentence statement. (.) The comma represents a pause. (,) A question mark ends an asking sentence. (?) An exclamation mark shows an emotional cause. (!) Readiness Preparation Instructions 17 Punctuation Marks
  198. 198. Get On The Ball! Exclamation Mark! Readiness Preparation Instructions Punctuation Marks 18
  199. 199. Word Building Space When building words from left to right, use as your guide, the “lion” stands for the left side, the “rabbit” stands for the right. Readiness Preparation Instructions 19
  200. 200. Forward… March!!! Readiness Preparation Instructions 20
  201. 201. Reading is Fundamental I Can Read! Readiness Preparation Instructions 21
  202. 202. A Philosophic Message Readiness Preparation Instructions 22 My philosophy I espouse is simple, to complete all the lessons, persistence is necessary for your existence. Said still another way: For your existence, persistence is necessary to complete all the lessons I espouse, my philosophy is simple. Please listen for the bell; the end of the lesson it will foretell!
  203. 203. Ding Dong Readiness Preparation Instructions 23 The Liberty Bell
  204. 204. Lesson 1 Alphabet Lower Case / Small Letters Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush 24
  205. 205. Sometimes it’s hard to see the difference in small letters “b” and “d”; or when “a” is the beginning of the alphabet and “z” is the end. So, be sure to look carefully my friend. a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. 25 Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case
  206. 206. Ms. Jackson Beware / Be Wise! Mind your b’s , and d’s; p’s, and q’s; cross your t’s and dot your i’ s”; and don’t forget to close your a’ s. Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case 26
  207. 207. Lesson 1 Small Letters / The Lower Case Upper Case Lower Case 27
  208. 208. Lesson 1 Capital Letters The Upper Case Letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. The upper case letters let’s comprehend by saying the capitals from beginning to end. 28
  209. 209. Lesson 1 Capital Letters Answer:Upper Case Upper case. Answ er: 29
  210. 210. Letter Positions Before – Between – After Lesson 1 Letter Positions 30
  211. 211. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Name the letter that comes before “t”, (s); before “w”, (v), v. w; before “j”, (i), i. j; before “f”, (e). 31
  212. 212. Gee! Whiz! If there is a before, then there has to be an after. Now, if you think that’s funny, then it should provoke laughter. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 32 Laughter! The Best Remedy
  213. 213. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Say the letter that comes after “p”, (q); after “x”, (y), “x, y;” after “l”, (m)… Oh well! 33
  214. 214. …and Jill came tumbling after. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 34
  215. 215. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Tell the letter between “b” and “d”, (c); between “t” and “v”, (u); between “q” and “s”, (r). If you read the answers, you’re really a star. 35
  216. 216. 36 Lesson 1 Letter Positions Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
  217. 217. Lesson 1 Letter Positions Read the letter at the beginning of the first row (a); at the end of the top row, (j). Read the letter at the beginning of the second row, (k); and the letter at the end of the second row, (t); and the last letter of the alphabet, (z). 37
  218. 218. Lesson 1 Letter Positions 38 Ducks In A Row
  219. 219. To touch the bases, vary the activities and practice with the capitals and small letters until the letters are learned in both cases. 39 Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice
  220. 220. Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice 40 It is said that time will tell. Listen carefully for the Liberty Bell… Give An Extra Tug!
  221. 221. Student Book: Pages 1 and 2 are as easy as tying your shoe. 41*Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book. Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment*
  222. 222. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 1 Alphabet Extra Practice 42 The Liberty Bell
  223. 223. Lesson 2 Vowels Remind Yourself* *Tie a string around your finger if you want your thoughts to linger. 43
  224. 224. A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes “y.” a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.” All letters that are not vowels are consonants. Lesson 2 Vowels 44 Reminder!!!
  225. 225. 44 Lesson 2 Vowels 45
  226. 226. Lesson 2 Vowels And Consonants 46 Repeat after me; recite as a chant; tell which letter is a vowel and which is a consonant.
  227. 227. The Beat of the Tom-Tom Lesson 2 Vowels And Consonants 47
  228. 228. …and sometimes “ y” as in / y / yo-yo! You will name these vowel letters, by and by, by saying “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u” and sometimes “y”. 48 Vowels Extra Practice Lesson 2 Vowels
  229. 229. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 49 Cross Your Fingers
  230. 230. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice It is easy to see… that “a” comes before “b”; “e” before “f”; “i” before ”j”; “o” before “p”; “u” before “v…” and of course, “y” before “z”. 50
  231. 231. Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 51 Look, Look! See, See!
  232. 232. Say: “y” says, / y / as in “yo-yo.” Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice 52 See – Saw
  233. 233. On your mark… Before I forget, practice naming the vowel and consonant letters until both can be separated from the alphabet. “Ready! “ Starting line. “Get set!” Go! Lesson 2 Vowels Extra Practice Go! 53
  234. 234. Student Book: page 3: Memorizing the vowels and consonants are easy. 54 Lesson 2 Vowel Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  235. 235. Hi, There! Lesson 2 Vowels Assignment 55
  236. 236. Ding Dong Lesson 2 Vowels Assignment The Liberty Bell 56
  237. 237. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds After me, echo the letter, sound and picture. And, say to yourself, I am going to stay right with her. 57
  238. 238. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds 58 “Get Feedback”
  239. 239. Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures Now say: “a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b /, bug; “c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . . “a”, / a /, apple; “b”, / b/, bug; “c”, / c /, cat; “d”, / d /, dog . . . 59
  240. 240. “e”, / e /, elephant; “f”, / f /, fish; “g”, / g /, girl; “h”, / h /, hat . . . Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 60
  241. 241. “I”, / i /, Indian; “j”, / j /, jar; “k”, / k /, king; “l”, / l /, lion . . . 61 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures
  242. 242. 62 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures “m”, / m /, mouse; “n”, / n /, nose; “o”, / o /, octopus; p”, / p /, pig…
  243. 243. 63 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures
  244. 244. Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 64 “u”, / u /, umbrella “v”, / v /, valentine “w”, / w /, witch “x”, / ks /, box / ks / is the last sound heard in “box”…
  245. 245. “y”, / y /, yo-yo “z”, / z /, zebra Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures 65
  246. 246. Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 66
  247. 247. “w”-“h”, / wh /, whale. Wow! That was quite a trail … Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 67
  248. 248. Lesson 3 Digraph Picture Letter Sounds 68 A Trail Of Ants
  249. 249. 1. What is the sound of “h”, as in hat? (/h /, hat.) 2. What letter makes the sound / s /? (the “s”; as in, / s /, sun.) 3. What two letters make the same sound / c /? (“c” and “k”.) Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 69
  250. 250. 70 Lesson 3 Letter / Sound / Pictures Thumbs Up!
  251. 251. 4. What digraph letters make the sound / ch /, as in / ch /, church. ( “c” – “h” ). Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 71
  252. 252. A Winner! Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 72
  253. 253. 5. What is the sound of the digraph “w” – “h”? (/ wh /, whale). A whale is a whale of a mammal! Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 73
  254. 254. A Whopper Two Beef Patties Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 74
  255. 255. 6. What picture is on the “r” card? (rabbit). Rabbit rhymes with habit. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 75
  256. 256. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 76 My Riding Habit I am wearing my riding habit
  257. 257. 7. What letter is on the “bug” card? (“b”, / b /, bug). This is not so hard. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 77
  258. 258. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 78 Get On The Ball! Crystal Ball
  259. 259. /a/, /b/, /c/, /d/, /e/, /f/, /g/, /h/, /i/, /j/, /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/, /o/, /p/, /q/, /r/, /s/, /t/, /u/, /v/, /w/, /x/, /y/, /z/. Recite the alphabet by sound: Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 79
  260. 260. Musical Notes Sounding 26 letters is not the… for-evers. Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 80
  261. 261. Dear Sir, How are you? Fine, I hope. So long! From, Pal Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Extra Practice 81
  262. 262. “a”, apple “b”, bug “c”, cat “d”, dog “e”, elephant Name the letters and pictures on each card by rote. That’ s like saying, that’s all he wrote! Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 82
  263. 263. “f”, fish “g”, girl “h”, hat “i”, Indian “j”, jar Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 83
  264. 264. “m”, mouse “k”, king “l”, lion “n”, nose “o”, octopus 84 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words
  265. 265. “p”, pig “q”, quarter “r”, rabbit “s”, sun “t”, turtle Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 85
  266. 266. “u”, umbrella “v”, valentine “w”, witch /ks/ is the last sound heard in box. “y”, yo-yo 86 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words “x”, box
  267. 267. “z”, zebra 87 Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words
  268. 268. Review pages 1 & 2. The practice up to now has given you the grounds to memorize the letter and picture sounds. Student Book pages 1 and 2, please review! 88 Lesson 3 Letter Sounds Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  269. 269. Shadow Box Practice, Practice! Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 89
  270. 270. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 3 Extra Practice Letter / Picture Words 90
  271. 271. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The alphabet, the greatest invention ever, has created something clever, 69 Magic Sounds’ keys that unlock words, a very powerful lever. GOLD KEY! Key To Success 91
  272. 272. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds To sound the Magic Sounds in the word building space, accent on the vowel is the first place; then, say the consonant softly. Example: point to the “a” and say the sound / a /; and to the “b”, then, say / b /. “ab” as in “cab”, you know, “taxi cab!” 92 Word Building Space
  273. 273. Hop In! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Word Building Space Taxi Cab! 93
  274. 274. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds “a” Magic Sounds / a /, apple ab ak ar ac al as ad am at af an av ag ap ax* *Some Magic Sounds can be heard as words. 94
  275. 275. A girl A boy A lass A lad Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 95
  276. 276. An Apple for the Teacher! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 96
  277. 277. “e” Magic Sounds / e /, elephant eb el es ec em et ed en ev ef ep ex eg er Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 97
  278. 278. A White Elephant! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 98
  279. 279. “i” Magic Sounds / i /, Indian Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds ib il is ic im it id in iv if ip ix ig ir iz 99
  280. 280. Ten Little Indians Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 100
  281. 281. “o” Magic Sounds / o /, octopus ob og op oc ol os od om ot of on ox Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 101
  282. 282. Embrace Me! I am an octopus! Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 102
  283. 283. “u” Magic Sounds / u /, umbrella ub ug up uz uc ul ur* ud um us uf un ut “er”, “ir”, and “ur” all make the same sound / er /. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 103
  284. 284. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head 104
  285. 285. A vowel and consonant composed makes a little syllable that’s closed. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 105
  286. 286. In order to know there is an end, you have to know there is a beginning. First / Last Begin / End Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds 106
  287. 287. If you can read these Magic Sounds, you are definitely winning. 107 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds
  288. 288. Read the Magic Sound “e”, “g”, / eg /, as in: The chicken laid and egg. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 108
  289. 289. is Name the vowel in “is”, (“i”). Name the consonant (“s”), as in: Miss Jackson. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 109 Hi there! Miss Jackson
  290. 290. “e-r”, “i-r”, and “u-r” make the same sound /er/, as in: er ir ur Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 110
  291. 291. Her name is Traci. I am Traci. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 111
  292. 292. This is a fir tree. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 112
  293. 293. This cat has fur. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds The Short Vowel Magic Sounds Extra Practice (continued) 113
  294. 294. Student Book, do page four and no more! 114 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment* *Student Book assignment pages start on page 153 in this book.
  295. 295. Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment Student Book, pages 4 Study 115
  296. 296. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 4 Magic Sounds 116
  297. 297. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Most rhyming words end with the same spelling patterns. Rhyme words can be built from Magic Sounds if you change the beginning letters by turns… 117
  298. 298. an ban 1. “an;” “ban.” “ban” means to forbid. Shall we put a ban on calling a child a kid? can ran fan tan man van pan Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 118
  299. 299. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 119
  300. 300. at bat 2. “at” rhymes with “bat:” Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) cat pat fat rat hat sat mat vat 120
  301. 301. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 121
  302. 302. en Ben 3. “en” is the Magic Sound in: Ben. (Always use a capital letter at the beginning of a proper name.) Now, you know the Name Game. The next words rhyme with Ben: den pen hen ten men yen Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 122
  303. 303. Oh Dear! Deer! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 123
  304. 304. et bet 4. “et,” as in, bet, rhymes with: get pet jet set let wet net Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 124
  305. 305. Wet! Ice Cold! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 125
  306. 306. in bin 5. “in,” rhymes with “bin” as in: fin sin kin tin pin Learning to read rhymes allows you to: win Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 126
  307. 307. Little Boy Satchmo Come Blow Your Horn Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 127 Pops! Louis Armstrong
  308. 308. it* 6. The word “it” is the Magic Sound In: bit lit fit pit hit sit kit Oh, what… wit *Some Magic Sounds are also words. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 128
  309. 309. Key Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Mick 129
  310. 310. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) ot 7. “o” – “t,” Magic Sound “ot,” as in: cot jot dot lot got not hot pot …are too many rhymes for a: tot. 130
  311. 311. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 131
  312. 312. 132 Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 8. /ug/, in: bug dug hug jug lug rug ...are quite a... tug ug tug
  313. 313. A Tug of War! Endurance! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Test Your Strength 133
  314. 314. bun fun gun nun pun run sun …all have the same Magic Sound, “un.” un Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 9. 134
  315. 315. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) I’m Eileen. I fixed my hair in a bun. She fixed her hair in a bun. Her hair is fixed in a bun. 135
  316. 316. ad 10. Rhyme “ad” with: bad dad* had lad mad pad Please, never be: sad*Use the extra letters as required. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 136
  317. 317. A Grand Dad! Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 137 Granddad
  318. 318. 11. Spelling out “b,” “a,” “g”… “bag, remove the “b” from “bag” and there is the Magic Sound “ag,” as in: ag bag gag hag rag sag tag Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 138
  319. 319. Grab Bag Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 139
  320. 320. ax* 12. An “ax” is used to chop down trees. “ax” rhymes with: lax tax wax *Some Magic Sounds are also words. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 140
  321. 321. This is an ax. (Spelled, “a” – “x;” “ax”). Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 141
  322. 322. 13. What is the Magic Sound in: “eg…” is the Magic Sound. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 142 beg keg leg peg
  323. 323. One Broken Leg Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 143
  324. 324. ox Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 14. An ox is an animal that sat on a… box …that chased a … fox, …that ate a … lox, and finally go the … pox. 144
  325. 325. The Chicken Pox Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) 145
  326. 326. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words (continued) Smile! 146
  327. 327. Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Extra Practice A phrase is not a whole sentence even though it has presence. Read the two and three word phrases so you can receive all the praises. An example: fat man 1. fat (space) man 4. I am 2. run fox 5. a big man 3. bad rat 6. red rug ALWAYS LEAVE A SPACE BETWEEN WORDS IN A SENTENCE! 147
  328. 328. Air Takes Up Space Lesson 5 Rhyming Words Extra Practice 148
  329. 329. 149 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment* Student Book, pages 5 and 6 will offer you some more reading practice.
  330. 330. Row, Row, Row Your Boat Lesson 5 Rhyming Words 150
  331. 331. Ding Dong Bell Lesson 5 Rhyming Words 151
  332. 332. Volume I Lessons 1 thru 5 Index a 145 den 120 jet 122 pan 116 tan 116 ad 134 dot 128 jot 128 pat 118 tag 136 am 145 dug 130 jug 130 peg 140 tax 1378 an 116 fan 116 keg 140 pen 120 ten 120 at 118 fat 118 kin 128 pet 122 tin 124 ax 138 fin 124 kit 126 pin 124 tot 128 bad 134 fit 126 lad 134 pit 126 tug 130 bag 136 fox 142 lax 138 pot 128 van 116 ban 116 fun 132 leg 140 pox 142 vat 118 bat 118 gag 136 let 122 pun 132 wax 138 beg 140 get 122 lit 126 ran 116 wet 122 Ben 120 got 128 lot 128 rag 136 win 124 bet 122 gun 132 lox 142 rat 118 wit 126 big 124 had 134 lug 130 rot 128 yen 120 bin 126 hag 136 mad 134 rug 130 bit 126 hat 118 man 116 run 132 box 142 hen 120 mat 118 sad 134 bug 130 hit 126 men 120 sag 136 bun 132 hot 128 net 122 sat 118 cat 118 hug 130 not 128 set 122 can 116 I 145 nun 132 sin 124 cot 128 in 124 ox 142 sit 126 dad 134 it 126 pad 134 sun 132 152
  333. 333. 153 Student Book Assigned Pages: 1 thru 6
  334. 334. 154 Alphabet a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. Small Letters / The Lower Case Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment Student Book: page 1:
  335. 335. 155 Alphabet A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. Capital Letters / The Upper Case Lesson 1 Alphabet Assignment Student Book: page 2:
  336. 336. 156 Consonants: b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z. Vowels: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes “y.” Lesson 2 Vowel Assignment Student Book: page 3:
  337. 337. 157 Lesson 3 Alphabet Assignment Small Letters / The Lower Case Student Book: pages 1 and 2… Please review!
  338. 338. 158 Lesson 4 Magic Sounds Assignment Student Book: page 4: The Short Vowel Magic Sounds ab eb ib ob ub ac ec ic oc uc ad ed id od ud af ef if of uf ag eg ig og ug ak el il ol ul al em im om um am en in on un an ep ip op up ap er ir os ur ar es is ot us as et it ox ut at ev iv uz av ex ix ax iz
  339. 339. 159 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment Student Book, pages 5 Rhyme Words an at en et in it ot ban bat Ben bet bin bit cot can cat den get fin fit dot fan fat hen jet kin hit got man hat men let pin kit hot pan mat pen net sin lit jot ran rat ten pet tin pit hot tan pat yen set win sit not van sat wet wit pot vat rot tot
  340. 340. 160 Lesson 5 Rhyme Words Assignment Student Book, pages 6 Rhyme Words ug un ad ag ax eg ox bug bun had bag lax beg box dug fun dad gag tax keg fox hug gun lad hag wax leg lox jug nun pad rag peg pox lug pun bad tag rug run mad sag tug sun sad
  341. 341. Learning to read can be a fun game– play Magic Sounds and experience the satisfaction of successful learning. It is a truly a professional program that contains the basic reading readiness skill and word attack skills. Observe how satisfaction and success motivates. See reading magic with Magic Sounds. See a reading vocabulary grow. This expert program is now available for home use. Instructional / Entertainment By Barbara A. Jackson Back Cover Volume One: Lessons # 1 thru 5 Rhyme * Rhythm * Verse Script 1
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