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Autumn Schilb Edu 394 T-R 9:25 KindergartenRhyming
TEKS (K.1) Listening/speaking/purposes. The student listens attentively and engages actively in a variety of oral language experiences. (K.6) Reading/phonological awareness. The student orally demonstrates phonological awareness (an understanding that spoken language is composed of sequences of sounds). (C) produce rhyming words and distinguish rhyming words from non-rhyming words (K-1); (4) Geography. The student understands the concept of location. (A) use terms, including over, under, near, far, left, and right, to describe relative location;relative location K.2) Creative expression/performance. The student expresses ideas through original artworks, using a variety of media with appropriate skill. (A) create artworks, using a variety of colors, forms, and lines;
Focus- A tongue twister How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood? As much wood As a woodchuck would, if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
Rhyming words Rhyming words are words that sound alike. For example, bat and cat are rhyming words.
Rhyming -Give students lots of examples of rhyming things, including those that do not rhyme. When showing them the picture or object ask them what rhymes and what does not rhyme. (Collage, ART)
THINKING About Rhyming Technology Speaking A tisket,A tasket The Hungry thing wants Art Collage Writing Rhyme name Dramaturgical Devices Act out rhyming name Teddy bear activity Reading The Hungry thing Were going on A bear hunt. Viewing Pictures, magazines, books Listening The Hungry thing
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Speaking Willoughby, Wallaby, Woo Willoughby wallaby wee, An elephant sat on me! Willoughby wallaby woo, an elephant sat on you! Willoughby, wallaby wustin An elephant sat on Justin!
Reading/Speaking The Hungry Thing I met the Hungry Thing And he wanted some food. I listened very carefully And finally understood. When he asked for a shookie, What he wanted was a cookie. And now Ill give him what he really wants to eat.
Speaking When he asked for a shancake When he asks for a shacker When he asks for a shupcake I know he wants a...
Writing Center Students write their name and rhyme a word with their name. Or, draw a picture of themselves and draw, cut, rip a picture out that rhymes with their name.
Drama- good transition game Teddy bear, teddy bear turn around. Teddy bear, teddy bear touch the… Teddy bear, teddy bear show your shoe. Teddy bear, teddy bear that will… Teddy bear, teddy bear go up stairs. Teddy bear, teddy bear turn out the light. Teddy bear, teddy bear say….
Rhyming- Game A tisket a tasket lets play the rhyming basket.
Reading/geography Were Going on a Bear Hunt Michael Rosen Helen Oxenbury