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Watch Together: “Doo Wop (short e)” (BTL clip)

Play the video clip Between the Lions “Doo Wop (short e)" and point out that the singers are using the letter sound /e/ to make music.   

Watch Together: “Get Your Mouth Moving (u)” (BTL clip)

Play the video Between the Lions “Get Your Mouth Moving (u).” Tell children to look for the letter “Uu” and listen for the /u/ sound in the words that appear on the screen.

Watch Together: “Hung Up on ‘h’” (BTL clip)

Watch the video clip Between the Lions “Hung Up on ‘h’” and have children say the /h/ sound whenever they hear the letter sound.

Watch Together: “What’s Your Name? (e)” (BTL clip)

Play the video clip Between the Lions “What’s Your Name?” Have children look for the letter “Ee” on the screen.

Watch Together: “Word Morph: zero–zebra–zinnia” (BTL clip)

Watch a Between the Lions video clip about the letter “z” and pause after each word so children can repeat the word and identify the letter “z.”

Watch Together: “Words Beginning with ‘h’” (BTL clip)

Review /h/ by saying the word hill and emphasizing the beginning /h/ sound before watching Between the Lions “Words Beginning with ‘h.’”

Watch Together: “Words Beginning with ‘z’” (BTL clip)

Ask children to listen for the word zero in the video. After children watch the video, talk about the /z/ sound in words.

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