September 12, 2019 0

God’s Qq Book & Handwriting

God’s Qq Book & Handwriting

Hello! Here is today’s lesson plan:
Sing God’s Letter Sound Song. Read “God’s Qq 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. God’s Letter Sound Song. There are pictures that go with that presentation. It will make
it easier for you to learn the letters and also the letter sounds. We also have a free
Letter Sound Chart on our website that goes with that presentation. It looks like this.
There are 2 pages and it has the pictures that go with the song. That’s on our website
for FREE. You can use it when you are writing also. 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 lessons is completed. Let’s sing
the song. 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 Qq Book.” and we see a picture of a queen. The letter Qq usually has a companion
letter that goes with it. It’s the letter Uu. Qq and Uu together make the sound “cwah”
“cwah” – it’s kind of a hard Cc “c” and a Ww “w” Put it together and it’s “qu” “cwah”
queen. Written by the Lord Jesus Christ with Anita Hiltz
Anita Hiltz©2018 All Rights Reserved Worldwide We begin, as we always do, 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) We have a song that goes with that – that
the Holy Spirit taught me. We’re going to 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 we 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) This is the half title page it’s called
God’s Qq Book. Anita Hiltz©2018 all rights reserved worldwide – Nothing can be added
to or taken away from this book including its title and it’s a part of God’s Letter
Sound Series. We begin with the same picture that is on
the front cover- and it’s – queen– queen. Hear the “cwah” sound? In almost all cases
the Qq is joined with a Uu. The sound that is made through that combination is a combination
of a hard Cc sound “c” and “w” for Ww. When you put it together it sounds like “cwah”
That’s what the q and u sound makes “cwah.” A queen is the leader of a nation. queen Here we see a picture that compares the pace
of a turtle moving at a slow pace to that of a human being walking at a quick pace.
The qu word we’re looking at is quick quick. Hear that “cwah?” quick This is a quilt. quilt A quilt is a type of
bedcovering made from different fabric scraps that are arranged in different patterns. This
pattern is the pinwheel pattern. This is a form of punctuation used at the
end of a sentence. It is a question mark. Whenever you see it at the end of a sentence
it means a question is being asked. This word is quartet. Now “qu” “qu” “qu” you
still hear it, but it’s “qu” fast. Quartet We’ve got that Rr in there that kind of changes
the sound of it a little bit. Quartet A Quartet is a group of 4 people who sing in harmony
with one another. This picture shows a picture of a duck. In
this case it means the sound that a duck makes “quack” quack.” It can also mean someone
who claims to be a doctor, but he/she is not. These are some examples of a quadrilateral
quadrilateral. That’s a big word isn’t it? A quadrilateral is any 4-sided figure. It’s
a math word. This has 4 sides. This has 4 sides. This has 4 sides and this has 4 sides.
All of them are a quadrilateral. These are also quadrilaterals. That is a quadrilateral.
Here is another quadrilateral and this is a quadrilateral. We’ll talk about the names
and characteristics of shapes at a later date. The beginning of that word “quad” is usually
associated with the number 4. In this case we’re talking about a 4-sided figure – a quadrilateral.
Rooms are sometimes called a quad because they are one big room divided into 4 parts
with partitions or dividers dividing them off. This is a picture of a gallon of milk. It
takes 4 quarts to equal one gallon. I drew a picture of a jug of milk. If you filled
it up to here it would be one quart. Hear how it’s said fast “cwort” “cwort” but it
still there that sound “cwah” “cwah” It’s still there – it’s just said quickly.
1 quart, 2, 3, and 4 quarts. Did you notice that when we read about a quartet it equaled
4 people singing together? Here we’re looking at that same root word
quart. 4 quarts equal a gallon. 4 quarters and this is in U.S. money – Let
me get George Washington’s face on here so you can see what a quarter looks like. There’s
a quarter right there. 4 quarters equal one $1.00 – one U.S. dollar. We have Qq in different fonts – a capital,
lowercase, capital, lowercase – notice how the stick is straight on that lowercase q.
Over here is a capital Q and a lowercase q with some embellishments. Here is a capital
cursive Q – a lowercase cursive q. Here is a different one, I got this one, because it
was a little different – notice how this lowercase q has a little curlicue on the bottom. Sometimes
you will see a q like that. Most times in print though now, because I had a hard time
finding a font that had that little curve on it – most of the time now they are formed
with a straight line. As always, we like to give everyone an opportunity
to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior and we all need that 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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So, He Can Learn for A Lifetime!” ™
You can get this free book and a free letter sound chart which includes some of the pictures
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“READ FEEDS” OR “ESL LIVE.” Now we’re going to have a handwriting lesson
with Handwriting Hank. The letter Q uses some of the skills that we’ve used before. You
can see a circle here and you can see a circle here. We’ve made those same types of shapes
and I want to talk to you about knowing the difference between your left hand and your
right hand. It’s very important that you know the difference between your left and your
right. First of all, all reading begins from the left and goes to the right in English
– in English. We’ve made the connection with driving when we’ve been having a handwriting
lesson. Well, when you’re in the driver’s seat and you’ve got your wheel – you know
that your window is right next to you and this is in America in the United States – that
your window at your driver’s seat is on your left-hand side. If you come from a country
where the steering wheel is on the other side of course it’s reversed, but in the United
States if you’re driving with your car your window is on the left-hand side. Well, you
need to know – here’s my steering wheel and I know that I’m supposed to start on that
left-hand side where my window would be. O.K.? You need to also know that so that you know
where to put the sticks for your writing – for your letters. Let’s first start with the capital
Q and then I’ll show you what I mean. We’re going to start at the head line and we’re
going to make a circle between the head line and the foot line. A large circle or an oval.
Then you can see here – you go inside that circle and you make a line that crosses outside
that circle and goes down to the foot line. So, here we’re going to go inside the circle
a little bit and we’re going to go to the right and bring a straight line, well it’s
straight this way, but it’s an angled line, but it isn’t curvy. It’s an angled line down
to the foot line. Let’s do another one. We’re going to start at the headline. We’re going
to go down to the foot line. We’re going to close it. We’re going to come just inside
the circle and make an angled line going down to the foot line. That’s a capital Q. We’re
going to do it again. We’ll make a circle. Go down to the foot line. Go back up to the
head line. Come inside the circle and make an angled line that goes down to the foot
line. That is a capital Q. That line is on the right-hand side. It’s on the side where
the passenger seat is. O.K.? Now we’re going to make a lowercase q. For
a moment we’re going to talk about the difference between p’s and q’s. In alphabetical order
p’s come before the q. Have you ever heard of that term about watching your p’s and q’s?
Well, you have to think about p’s and q’s – your p would come before your q and if we
look at this p this would be a p – a p has the circle and the stick is like your arm.
It’s on that left-hand side. For a q the circle comes first and the stick or your arm is on
the right-hand side. So, what we can do is when we make our p, we can start with the
stick for the letter p, because it’s the first thing we’re going to see when we read from
left to right. Then we can make our circle- for our p. We’ll make the line that starts
at the waist line and that goes down to below the foot line. That’s one way we can do it
so that you can be clear as to what comes first. The letter q – the circle come first
and then the stick – that goes the same way down to the foot line and beyond, but you
can see they’re facing in different directions – the circles are facing in different directions.
So, that’s how you can tell the difference between a p and a q. On a p, to say it again,
the p the stick is on the left-hand side – the same side as your driver window. On a q the
stick is on the right-hand side. So, let’s make a q again. There’s a circle.
We’re on the right-hand side and we make a stick that goes straight down on the right-hand
side. Let’s make another. We’re going to start on the waist line and we’re going to make
a circle and then we’re going to make a stick that goes past the foot line just a little
bit. That’s a q. We’re going to do it again. We’re going to make a circle between the waist
line and the foot line and then we’re going to make a stick on the right-hand side just
touching the outside edge of that circle and coming down going past the foot line and going
down below the foot line a little bit. That’s a lowercase q. That’s the end of today’s lesson. I’m so grateful
that you came here today and I hope you’ll come back and see us again. God Bless You
and have a great day! Bye Bye! Resources:Factual Information about pinwheel quilt patterns contained in this video can be found at:

How to Make a Perfect Pinwheel Quilt Block

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