God’s Pp Book & Handwriting

God’s Pp Book & Handwriting


Hello! Here is today’s lesson plan:
Sing God’s Letter Sound Song. Read “God’s Pp Book” and handwriting with
Handwriting Hank. Check out our Pictorial Video Presentation
of “God’s Letter Sound Song” – the song we’re going to sing today. It looks like
this. I keep mentioning it and I hope that you’re going to take a look at it. God’s Letter
Sound Song. It’s this pretty Blue Color. It has pictures that go with the song. It will
make it easier for you to learn the letters and also the letter sounds. We also have a
free Letter Sound Chart that has the pictures that go with the song that we sing and with
that presentation that I want you to take a look at. You can use that chart when you
are writing also. We also have 2 teachings on Consonant Blends and a chart to go with
them. Here is what that chart – only this is one page of it – it’s a multiple page chart,
but you can see it has pictures on it. That’s important for you to take a look at. I’m just
letting you know some other things that are on our website or that are on our YouTube
channels that you need to be looking.at. Also, you need to take a look at our presentation
and our song called God’s Vowel and Consonant Song too. That’s important. When we sing the
song here, we’re doing it as a review. You CAN turn on the closed captions that are on
the bottom right hand side of your screen and while you’re listening to this video you
will see the letters we’re singing about. Watch my mouth to see how the sounds are made
and listen for the sounds. Feel free to harmonize with me once you know the song by heart. Why
do we keep repeating the Letter Sound Song in this Series of Lessons? Because knowing
these sounds has to be automatic. The beginning letter is the first thing you see in a word,
but also as you sound out words you will need to know EVERY letter sound to successfully
problem solve a word. If you know the sounds it will be easier. If you don’t know them
– then you will struggle. These are not all of the sounds you will be learning, but they
ARE the most commonly used sounds. You have more to learn after this series of sounds
is completed. God’s Letter – Sound Song
God made letters and He made sounds. Put them together and your reading abounds.
There are all kinds of words you can read and they’ll help you to get what you need.
So, start with the sounds and the letters and your reading can only get better. Short Aa is “a” for apple,
Long Aa is “a” for April, Bb is “b” for bird.
There’s more letter sounds for words. Soft Cc is “s” for circle,
Hard Cc is “c” for cat, Dd is “d” for dog
Don’t sit like a bump on a log. Short Ee is “e” for eggs,
Long Ee is “e” for eagle Ff is “f” for fish.
Let’s put more sounds on YOUR dish. Soft Gg is “j” for giraffe.
Hard Gg is “g” for goat, Hh is “h” for heart.
You’ve got to sing YOUR part. Short Ii is “i” igloo,
Long Ii is “i” for ice, Jj is “j” for jar
You’re becoming a letter sound star. Kk is “k” for king.
Ll is “l” for lion Mm is “m” for moon
Just keep on singing that tune. Nn is “n” for nest
Short Oo is “o” for octopus Long Oo is “o” for oval
Make yourself more vocal. Pp is “p” for pig.
Qq is “qu” for queen. Rr is “r” for rooster
God will be your booster. Ss is “s” for snake
Tt is “t” for turtle Short Uu is “u” for up
Let God fill YOUR cup. Long Uu is “u” for unicorn.
Vv is “v” for violin. Ww is “w” for watch.
Let’s take it UP a notch. Xx is “x” for x-ray,
Yy is “y” for yellow Zz is “z” for zebra.
Good job! GOD can see ya! You’ve learned your letter sounds
in a very different way. You’ve learned your letter sounds
Using God’s Letter Sound Song today. Yeah!
Great, you did a great job! Wonderful! Today, and in all of these mini-lessons within
the Letter Sound Series you will be using the first 2 Strategies that Good Reader’s
Use: Look at the Picture and get your mouth ready to say the beginning sound. This is
“God’s Pp Book.” and the letter Pp makes the sound “p” “p” as in pig.
Written by the Lord Jesus Christ with Anita Hiltz
Anita Hiltz©2018 All Rights Reserved Worldwide – And we start with praise: I give ALL of the glory to my Father God,
the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit for the collection of books which He has written
and for the illustrations – ALL of which would not have been possible without Him. He instructed
me to put the copyright in my name and I have obeyed. God’s Loving World Ministries™
is a Christian Literacy organization whose mission is to teach remedial reading, writing,
math, and English to English as a Second Language Learners. Psalm 115: 1 says:
“1 Not to us, LORD, not to us but to your name be the glory,
because of your love and faithfulness.” (NIV) Let’s sing our song together. We’ll sing it
4 times. “1 Not to us, LORD, not to us
but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness. Not
to us Lord not to us” “1 Not to us, LORD, not to us
but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness. Not
to us Lord not to us” “1Not to us, LORD, not to us
but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness. Not
to us Lord not to us.” “1Not to us, LORD, not to us
but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness. Not
to us Lord not to us.” There you go! Psalm 45:1
“1 My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king;
my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.” (NIV) I would have no skills as a writer without
the Lord Jesus Christ as the teacher and writer. This is the half title page –
God’s Pp Book. Anita Hiltz©2018 all rights reserved worldwide – Nothing can be added
to or taken away from this book including its title. God’s Letter Sound Series. We begin with the same picture that is on
the front cover- and it’s – pig – pig. The sound a Pp makes is “p”.
Pigs are smart animals. My grandmother was raised on a farm and she often talked about
a pig that she had raised that was housebroken and it would behave like a dog. It followed
her around and even would come into the house. Pigs are not as dirty as people think. They
are really quite clean animals, but they have earned the reputation for being dirty, because
in hot climates they lay in the mud to cool off. Male pigs are called boars. Female pigs
are called a sow. Baby pigs are called piglets. Male pigs have two sharp canine teeth called
tusks which farmers cut off for safety reasons. This ministry has an Illustrated book about
Pigs that we will be reading later. The words go like this: Pigs Pigs are big and fat.
Their head is one third of their body. Their eyes are small and their ears are broad.
When cooling themselves, their cleanliness is sometimes shoddy. Their snouts are long, wet, and flat at the
end. They “oink” out their nasal grunting song.
They use their excellent sense of smell, as they move along. The female is called a sow
The babies are called piglets. The male is called a boar.
All of their tails – they come in ringlets. As foragers, they like to dig
for sprigs of grass, leaves, roots, and flowers. They also look for twigs and fruits like a
fig and other foods for hours. An adult pig has about 34 to 44 teeth.
The rear ones are meant for crushing. The male pig has canine teeth called tusks,
if not cut off – Better watch out! They are meant for rushing! Anita Hiltz© 2019 Here is a pan pan – In a little small town
in Maine at their annual town fair there is an annual skillet toss for women. The women
compete to throw an iron skillet or pan as far as they can. Here is a pencil pencil Did you know that
what makes the lead in your pencil is not really lead at all. It’s a mixture of graphite
and clay. Maybe some pencils have lead in them, I’m not sure, but most have graphite
and clay. These are pants. Did you know that the invention
of pants began in ancient time at about the same time that horses were first domesticated?
Pants were invented, because horse riders needed a way to protect their legs while riding.
This is the color pink pink. This is a pear pear The pear tree and shrub produces a delicious
edible fruit and also juices. These are peanuts peanuts.
Peanuts are not really a nut. They are considered a legume that is high in protein and the right
kind of fats. The peanut plant is an annual that blossoms and grows above ground, but
the peanuts themselves are formed underground. When pollination is completed and the blossom
withers, a peg is formed that goes from the base of the plant itself to underneath the
soil. It serves as a type of root similar to the way a potato is part of the root of
a potato plant. The peanut is very beneficial as a nitrogen soil enriching crop. Every part
of the peanut can be used. Peanuts can be roasted or boiled to eat as food. They can
be ground for peanut butter and the oil can also be made into cooking oil that can be
cooked at a very high heat without burning. The tops of the plants can be used like hay.
The shells can be used for mulch and compost to enrich the soil. They are also used for
kindling to start a fire, packing materials, an alternative to salt to prevent slipping
during icy weather, and kitty litter. Peanuts contribute to the production of cosmetics,
wall board, soap, plastics, and linoleum. When I was talking about the kindling, I mean
the shell can be used as kindling and packing materials and an alternative to salt to prevent
slipping during icy weather, and kitty litter. The shells can be used for that. This is a pup – a pup or a young dog. Dogs
are not the only animals whose young are called pups. The Agouti, Anteater, Armadillo, Bat,
Bearcat, Coyote, Gerbil, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Hedgehog, Mole, Otter, Prairie Dog, Seal,
Squirrel, Walrus, Wolf, Rat, Shark, and Fox have also been called pups. This is Pp in different fonts- we see a capital,
lowercase, capital, lowercase. There is a capital with some embellishment, a lowercase,
a cursive capital and a lowercase cursive p. As always, we like to give everyone an opportunity
to receive the Lord Jesus Christ and we all need to have help with learning. Life is a
learning experience. If you need help with learning and reading
God can help you. Let us pray.
Just say, Lord Jesus the Christ, I’ve made so many mistakes I must confess.
I repent of them now and turn from them. I no longer want that mess.
Lord Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God and believe in your resurrection.
I want to be a child of God and receive your love and affection. Lord Jesus the Christ be my Savior.
Come into my heart. Cleanse me now of all unrighteousness
and give me a brand-new start. I ask for the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
and the baptism by Holy fire too. I WANT to be changed and to do the RIGHT things.
I need help from you. Please help me to read, write, and do my math.
I want to start learning today. I want my life to take a turn
and start in a whole new way. Thank you, Lord Jesus, for helping me to learn.
I KNOW you can help make my ability, greater than anyone ever imagined
and bring back my self-respect and dignity. I ask this in the name of the Lord Jesus the
Christ. I say “Amen” and make it sure.
Now I’ll start learning the RIGHT way. I KNOW Lord Jesus, YOU are the door.
AMEN! Brought to you by:
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You can get this free book and a free letter sound chart which includes some of the pictures
shown in this video at our website: www.capitalg- ingodslovingworldmin.org. You can also find
other free spiritually clean teaching materials as well. Click on “PRINT YOUR FREE BOOKS NOW,”
“READ FEEDS” OR “ESL LIVE.” Now we’re going to have a handwriting lesson
with Handwriting Hank. I want you to think about making sure that you know the difference
between your left and your right hand. It’s very important that you know the difference.
Remember that writing and reading in the English language starts on the left and moves to the
right-hand side. If you have difficulty knowing the difference between your left and right
– one way you can remember it is by thinking about yourself in the driver’s seat of a car.
If you live in the United States when you sit in the driver’s seat on the left-hand
side is your window, so that’s one way you can remember – your left hand is always near
the driver’s seat window of your car. The right hand is always near the passenger seat.
You can always think well I’m driving my book and to drive my book and to read it I’ve got
to remember that driver’s seat window is on the left-hand side, so I’ve got to start here
and work over to the right-hand side. That’s one way you can always remember that. You
need to know that for when you need to start reading and you also need to know it when
you’re forming your letters. You can see the capital P what it looks like. We made that
same formation when we started to make the letter B – a P is only part of that. You start
at the head line and you make a straight line down to the foot line. Then you’re going to
make – LOOK – a half oval and you’re going to use that head line as your helper. You’re
going to extend it out a little bit and then begin to curve – come around to the waist
line and then use the waist line as your helper too. That is a capital P. It’s that simple.
Let’s make another one. We’re going to make a straight line down from the head line – down
to the foot line. We’re going to come back up to the head line – we’re going to use that
line as a helper. We’ll curve it – around – come around to the waist line and then stop
where that stick is. That is a capital P. When we’re making that oval, we’re going towards
the right-hand side. Let’s do it again. We’re going to make a straight line down to the
foot line. We’re going to come back up to the line and we’re going to go to the right
and make a half oval- come around to the waist line and stop. That is a capital P. Now we’re going to make a lowercase p. Whoops
that’s not the pen I need. Hmm. I wanted to refresh my waist line here, because it seems
to be erasing and I want you to be able to see where the waist line is. There. I have
to use that. When you look at this and you’re coming from the left-hand side – it’s just
like the b’s and d’s – we had to show you the difference between the b’s and the d’s
and have you ever heard that phrase called “Watch your p’s and q’s.” Well, p comes first
in the alphabet and q comes right after it. So, a p and I’ll show you with my hand. We
had a way of remembering b’s and d’s. There’s also a way of remembering p’s and q’s. Here
is a p. The stick is on the left-hand side next to the driver’s side of the car. When
you’re in the seat. When you’re in the driver’s seat. When you’re thinking about yourself
being in the driver’s seat and the stick is on that left-hand side – near the driver’s
window. The circle comes after that stick. Here’s the stick on the left-hand side and
here’s the circle that comes after the stick. On a q you see the circle first and the stick
or your arm comes after the circle. Look here we have the stick first and then the circle.
Here we have the circle first and then the stick. O.K. that’s one way you can remember
the difference between p’s and q’s. So, since we’re talking about p’s and we said that the
stick comes first we want to practice it that way. With the stick coming first and we’re
going to start on the waist line and we’re going to go down past the foot line and we’re
going to make that stick first. That will help us get into practice – the
practice of knowing the difference between p’s and q’s. Then we’re going to come over
here at this stick and we’re going to make a circle that goes between the waist line
and the foot line and we’re just going to touch that stick. There we’ve made a p. Let’s
do it again. We’re going to start on the waist line and we’re going to make a stick and we’re
going to come back over to this line and we’re going to make a circle that just touches that
stick. We’re not going to go past it – we’re going to touch the foot line and come around
here and we’ve got that circle. Let’s do it one more time! We’re on the waist line – we’re
going to make the stick down. Look at the stick it goes past that foot line. Then we’re
going to make a circle touching the waistline – and touching the foot line and coming back
up and look it just touches that line. We have a lowercase p. When we do the q lesson,
you’ll see how the circle is formed first. On the p let’s form the stick first and then
do the circle. It will help you to remember. The stick is always seen first and then the
circle for the letter p. On the letter q the circle is first and the stick is second. O.K.?
That’s the end of today’s lesson. I’m so glad you could come to see us. You come back and
see us again and learn some more. God Bless You. We love you! See you later Bye Bye! Resources for this video on shown in the description section on YouTUBE

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