In a Montessori language curriculum, alphabet letters are not first presented to a child in an alphabetical order like A, B, C, D etc. The idea is to introduce the letters phonetically (the way they sound) rather than by their name, and phonetical ...

 

Fourth Phonetical Order Set: : h  j  u  l (Montessori 🔤 101 Language)


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In a Montessori language curriculum, alphabet letters are not first presented to a child in an alphabetical order like A, B, C, D etc. The idea is to introduce the letters phonetically (the way they sound) rather than by their name, and phonetical grouping of certain consonants and vowels had proven to be very effective in allowing children to form quickly as many words as possible. 

There are few Montessori phonetical grouping orders suggested, and we are following an order suggested in How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way by Tim Seldin (buy the book here - a Montessori -beginner must have book.)

First set: c  m  a  t         (see here)

Second set: s  r  i  p     (see here)

Third set: b  f  o  g      (see here)

Fourth set: h  j  u  l

Fifth set: d  w  e  n

Sixth set: k  q  v  x  y  z. 

 Today, we are replicating the fourth set:  h  j  u  l 

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Horse, hen, and a hat for "h".

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 Jam/jar, jug and a Jaguar for "j".

DSC_0045Unicorn, umbrella, and underwear for "u".

DSC_0047Lion, leaf and a lamp for "l".

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 For more on our Language curriculum, read here the introductory post: "Montessori Phonetical Order of presenting ABCs Alphabet letters" and read more about our Letter Series post here

      
 
   
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