In this letter H video lesson, students practice writing the letter H while learning the sound that it makes. They also preview the multi-letter phonograms where H works together with other letters to make different sounds. Then, they write a passage from the Mother Goose rhyme, “Little Jack Horner.”
This lesson belongs to section 1 of the Story Hour Academy phonics curriculum, where kids learn how to write and sound out sixteen consonant letters.
Take lesson 5 to learn to write and sound out the letter H
Finished with the letter H video?
At the end of this lesson, beginning readers should have someone read them the story titled “What Jack Horner Did” by L. Frank Baum.
Beginning readers may also engage further with these Mother Goose rhymes beginning with the letter H.
And, the following printables may be used with the lesson: