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On and one
Old 07-14-2017, 03:42 AM
 
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I'm tutoring a rising second-grader who tends to confuse on and one as she reads aloud. I've come up with a few ideas to reinforce the difference, but I'd really appreciate hearing about any activities you have that might help. Thanks in advance!

Added: Sorry! I posted in the wrong board; meant to post in Primary K-2.



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Word confusion
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I always think this is connected to not reading for meaning. Playing around with sentences and changing the pronouncing in a low key or humorous way may be effective in a one on one situation.

Example: We saw on tiger at the zoo. Does this make sense? No We saw one tiger at the zoo.
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Make many short sentences using the words. Putting the words in context and using plenty of practice really works.
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