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Beginner book 3 2015

Progressive

PHONICS
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T.M.

Beginner
Book

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in

Short Vowel “ i ”
Written and illustrated by

Miz Katz N. Ratz

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Letters & words used in this book

catsmndhr
ebglvwy
in
win

I
if

a

him

did
hid
kid

bit
fit
it
sit

fix
mix
six

big
pig
wig

sip
zip
tip
lip

hen


bed

leg

wet

yes

at
cat

hat
sat

am

can

had

Copyright © 2004–2015 by Miz Katz N. Ratz. All rights reserved.
This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in
any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of
the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.
Produced in the United States of America.
Fifth Edition, 2015.
Progressive Phonics Co
Los Angeles, CA
www.ProgressivePhonics.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quick Start Guide ..............................................

4

a

Intro to short vowel ‘i’ sound ........................

5

a

“in” word family (in, win)....................................

6

a

Capital ‘I’ and the pronoun, “I” ......................

15

a

“id” word family (kid, hid, did)...........................

24

aa

“it” word family (it, bit, fit, sit)...........................

35

a

“if” word family (if).............................................

47

a

Capital letters at start of sentence ............

50

a

“ix” word family (fix, mix, six) ........................

53

aa

“im” word family (him) .....................................

62

a

“ig” word family (big, dig, pig, wig) ................

65

a

Letter ‘p’ vs. letters ‘b,’ ‘d’ and ‘g’

................ 66a

“ip” word family (lip, sip, tip, zip) ....................

86

a

Letter ‘s’ vs. letter ‘z’ ........................................

91

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Quick Start Guide
Read the book WITH your child.
You read the “regular” text, and
he/she reads the big, red words,
sort of like reading the different
parts in a play.

Help your child sound
out the words as
needed.
Read the book several times.
This helps develop the eye muscles
and left-to-right reading patterns.

Don’t rush it. Bodybuilders don’t train in
a day – neither does a child.

And most important of
all, HAVE FUN!
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(Read this page TO
your child.)

Today we are going to
practice the “ih” sound.
Can you say, “ih”?
The “ih” sound is in lots
of words, like –

icky, itchy
itch
Izzy
iguana
is ill
invisible
insects
5


”in” family

in
win

(Other “in” words not taught here:
bin, din, fin, kin, tin, skin, etc.)
6


A Cat In A Hat

cat in
a hat...
A

in a box

...

with a fox...

b
7


in a dish... b

...

in a fish...

...

8


....

in a fish in a

dish, making a wish...

b
9


...oops, missed!

10


Getting Dressed

My hands are
my socks.

in

b
11


My ears are

b

in my shoes.
12


But what goes
my sweater?

in

b
13


b
he cute? b
Ahh! Isn’t

14


(Read this page TO
your child.)

There are two ways to write
the letter ‘i’ – the little letter ‘i’
and the big letter ‘I.’

little i

II

big I

The big ‘I’ is also
called the capital ‘I’
15


Most of the time, we use the little ‘i’ –

in
sit
wig
pin
lip
16


When we talk about ourselves, we use
the big letter ‘I’ –

I am happy
I am sad
I am a duck

17


The Race

I win!” said the
tortoise. “I am


a superstar!”

b
18


I win!” said
the snail. “I was the
“No,

first to come this far!”

b
19


“No, you guys did
not

win. You

didn’t even start!”

b
20


In The Bath

I am in the bath
with my hair in a hat.
I know it looks funny,
but I like it like that.
21


hat stops
shampoo from b
getting in my eyes
The

22


in my hair
where I keep b
a big surprise. b
or

23


”id” family

kid
hid
did

(Other “id” words not taught here:
bid, lid, mid, rid, skid, grid, etc.)
24


The Kids

Big

kid...
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