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1 First Grade Poems, page 1 PhonogramKey WordPoem a—ecakeIce Cream Cake airainDaisy the Snail airain“ai “ Song arstarThe Star ayhay“ay” Song ayhayThe Birthday Day blblockMy Friend Gabby brbrownBears at the Fair clclockClowns crcrayonCreepy Crawly Critters Continued on next slide

2 First Grade Poems, page 2 PhonogramKey WordPoem crcrayonMagical Crayons drdressChinese Dragons ealeafA Meal by the Sea ea/eeleaf/feetWhen “ea” and “ee” Say Long e ealeaf“ea” Song eefeetMeet the Creeps eefeet“ee” Song erfernSlippery Sam flflagLadybugs frfrogHungry Little Frog Continued on next slide

3 First Grade Poems, page 3 PhonogramKey WordPoem glglobeGlasses grgrapesGlasses i—ebikeGlasses o—eboneLong “o” with silent “e” oaboatThe Toad and the Goat oaboat“oa” Song orcornThe Toad and the Goat plplanePleasant Little Pigs prpretzelPretty Pricilla sc/skscarf/skateScary Halloween Continued on next slide

4 First Grade Poems, page 4 PhonogramKey WordPoem slslideSlippery Sam smsmileSmart Aleck’s Smile snsnakeSnapping Turtle sp, st, str spider, stop, street Spider Webs ststopA Still Still Night ststopMy Bicycle swswingBrooms trtrainDaisy the Snail

5 Ice Cream Cake a-e cake Ice cream cake, ice cream cake I could eat it all day from the minute I wake I wouldn’t miss peas or carrots or grapes If I could eat loads of ice cream cake. Ice cream cake, ice cream cake I could eat it all day, plate after plate I wouldn’t miss apples or tuna paste If I could eat loads of ice cream cake. By Collette Hiller Return to 1 st Grade Menu

6 Daisy the Snail ai rain Daisy is a brainy snail, She can drive a train And bring the mail. She can sail a ship or follow a trail Yes, Daisy is a brainy snail. Return to 1 st Grade Menu

7 “Ai” Song ai rain (Mary had a Little Lamb) a and i make a-a-a, a-a-a, a-a-a. a and i make a-a-a like rain, braid, and train. by Pam Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

8 The Star ar star Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Up above the sky so high, Like a diamond in the sky. As your bright and tiny spark, Lights the traveler in the dark— Though I know not what you are, Twinkle, twinkle, little star. Jane Taylor Return to 1 st Grade Menu

9 “ay” Song ay hay (Mary had a Little Lamb) ay makes a-a-a, a-a-a, a-a-a. ay makes a-a-a like day, way, and say. Digraph song by Pam Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

10 The Birthday Day ay hay My birthday is on Monday. Last year it was on a Sunday. It doesn’t matter anyway, I was born on Saturday. It’s odd how birthdays don’t just stay. They hop around from day to day. Sue Palmer Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

11 My Friend Gabby bl blue My friend, Gabby, Is terribly blabby. She blabbers, and she blabbers All day long... One day while the teacher Was writing on the blackboard, Gabby whispered, and whispered, And whispered out my name, And when I blared out, “STOP IT!” It was ME who got the blame! P. Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

12 Bears at the Fair br brown My brother won A bear that’s brown. My brother won A bear that’s blue. My brother gave One bear to me, Because he never needed two! Resource: Poem of the Week Book 2 Teaching Resource Pulication Return to 1 st Grade Menu

13 Clowns cl clown Clowns have crazy clothes And a big red nose, They are always clad in clothes that clash! Their big clumsy shoes go Clomp, clomp, clomp, As they clog along. I don’t want a clown clomping up to me. Clowns are very scary, To me, you see! P. Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

14 Creepy Crawly Critters cr crayon Creepy, crawly critters Crept right under Crystal’s door. Creepy crawly critters Crept across the crowded floor. Creepy, crawly critters Ran crisscross in a fright; When Crystal’s crazy crocodile Smiled with cruel delight. Creative Teaching Press Fun Phonics—Volume IV Return to 1 st Grade Menu

15 Magical Crayons cr crayon With my magical crayons, I can color many things; A black crow, A red crab, or A purple princess a crown. Continued on next slide

16 Magical Crayons cr crayon With my magical crayons, I can color many things; Creepy green bugs, A crazy black cat, Or a crying baby in a crib. But in the end, my favorite thing to color is A rainbow of friends. P. Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

17 Chinese Dragons dr dress Dragons, dragons everywhere! Dragons dodging here and there. Children dressed in dragon dress. It’s New Year Day! How did you guess? Resource: Poem of the Week Book 2 Teacher Resource Publication Return to 1 st Grade Menu

18 A Meal by the Sea ea leaf I dream of a meal by the seaside, I dream of a meal by the sea A seat on the beach With the sea within reach And peaches and cream for my tea. Yes, please! By: Sue Palmer Return to 1 st Grade Menu

19 When ‘ea’ and ‘ee’ Say Long ‘e’ ea leaf; ee feet While sleeping under a tree, I dreamed about things with long ‘e’ like a bee, a seed, or a stream. And a bowl of chocolate ice cream. Pocket Chart Poems That Teach Phonics Scholastic (page 60) Return to 1 st Grade Menu

20 “ea” Song ea leaf (Three Blind Mice) ea can make e. Like in seat. Like in treat. “Sit in your seat and You’ll get a treat!” I like the way ea makes e. ea makes e. ea makes e. by Pam Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

21 Meet the Creeps ee feet Mr. Creep is far from sweet; He’s got three legs and smelly feet. Mrs. Creep is the creepy queen; Her knees are blue and her hair is green. Teeny Creep likes to peep; So he always wins at hide and seek. The creepiest three you’ll ever meet; The creepy creeps from creepy street. Sue Palmer Return to 1 st Grade Menu

22 “ee” Song ee feet (Three Blind Mice) ee makes e. Like in seed. Like in tree. “Plant a seed and you’ll grow a tree.” I like the way ee makes e. ee makes e. by Pam Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

23 Slippery Sam er fern; sl slide Slippery Sam was a slippery seal, And a slippery seal was he; He slithered and slid to the sandy shore Then he slipped back into the sea. Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

24 Ladybugs fl flag Fly, fly, fly. Ladybugs fly. Fly over here Fly over there. They fly up high and they fly down low. Around and around and around they go. They fly fast, and they fly-fly slow. Oh, ladybugs fly. Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

25 Hungry Little Frog fr frog There was a little frog, As hungry as could be, He yelled at his friends, “Bring some food to ME!” They hurried and they scurried, To find him yummy treats. This is what they found for Their hungry friend to eat: Continued on next slide

26 Hungry Little Frog French fries and fritters, And fettuccini, too, Frankfurters, fudge, and very juicy fruit. He got so fat, he couldn’t even scoot! He still demanded more, They said, “You are a hog,” and when they brought fried frog legs... He fainted....and fell off his log. p. cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

27 Glasses gl globe; gr grapes; i—e bike Gray glasses, Green glasses, Glasses that shine. Goofy glasses, Great glasses, Glasses so fine. Googly glasses, Dark glasses, in the sunshine. I can see a whole lot more, Now that I’ve got mine! Source: Poem of the Week Book 2 Teaching Resource Center Return to 1 st Grade Menu

28 Long “o” with silent “e” o—e bone Take a close look At home and at school, And you’ll find those words That practice this rule: An ‘o’ plus a consonant Trailed by an ‘e’ Makes the sound of long ‘o’ I hope you agree! Pocket Chart Poems That Teach Phonics Scholastic (page 64) Return to 1 st Grade Menu

29 The Toad and the Goat oa boat A gentleman goat fell in love with a toad Whom he happened to meet By the side of the road. He adored her low croak She adored his fur coat And so they got married The toad and the goat. by Colette Hiller Return to 1 st Grade Menu

30 “oa” Song oa boat (If You’re Happy & You Know It) If you see an oa it says “O”. It says “O” like boat and cloak or “O” like in goat. If you see an oa it says “O”. Pam Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

31 Pleasant Little Pigs pl plane I know three little pigs, As pleasant as can be. They always say, “Thank you, may I, and please.” They keep their food upon their plates, And a napkin in their lap. When mother says “Eat your eggplant veggies.” They eat every scrap. P. Cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

32 Pretty Pricilla pr pretzel Pretty Pricilla likes to primp. With hair, clothes, and make up She doesn’t skimp. She likes to pretend She’s a princess or a movie star. She practices poses and prances about, “I am beautiful!” she will often shout. p. cannon Return to 1 st Grade Menu

33 Scary Halloween sc scarf Scowling green witches in sky-high hats scurrying scolding skulking black cats. Scared skinny skeletons skitter to shelter as Frankensteins skate here and there helter-skelter. Skin-creepy demons scouring the streets, scrounging for scores of Halloween treats. K.M. St. Claire Phonics Through Poetry Good Year Books 1999 Return to 1 st Grade Menu

34 Smart Aleck’s Smile sm smile It’s small. It’s smooth. It’s a smile that’s smiled smugly. A smart-aleck’s smile Is a smirk that is ugly. Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz Phonics Through Poetry Good Year Books 1999 Return to 1 st Grade Menu

35 Snapping Turtle sn snake He snaps in the morning, He snaps at night. He snaps at the bugs as he takes each bite. He snaps so much, He’s quite a sight. Snap! Snap! Snap! Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

36 Spider Webs sp spider; st stop; str street The spider weaves a sticky web To capture bugs to eat. What keeps the spider’s sticky web From sticking to her feet? Spider webs are very tricky Because not all the strands are sticky. Unlike the passing hapless fly, the spider knows which strands are dry. Continued on next slide

37 Spider Webs But if she accidentally stands Upon one of the sticky strands, She still would not get stuck, you see— Her oily body slides off free. Amy Goldman Koss Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

38 A Still Still Night st stop In the still, still night… The starlight shone. A stag strolled by and kicked a stone. The stone bounced up, and two sticks broke. They struck a stream; a starling woke. Her stirrings by the stable door Made stallions stretch and stamp the floor. They startled mice who streaked in fright… So, was it still a still, still night? Return to 1 st Grade Menu Sydnie Meltzer Kleinhenz Phonics Through Poetry Goodyear Books 1999

39 My Bicycle st stop One wheel, two wheels on the ground, My feet make the pedals go round and round, Handle bars help me steer so straight, Down the sidewalk, through the gate. Source: CanTeach Website Return to 1 st Grade Menu

40 Brooms sw swing On stormy days When the wind is high, Tall trees are brooms Sweeping the sky. They swish their branches In buckets of rain And swash and sweep it Blue again. Dorothy Aldis Phonics Through Poetry Goodyear Books 1999 Return to 1 st Grade Menu

41 My Twin Tyla tw twin My twin’s name is Twyla. She twitches her nose. And sometimes she twiddles her thumbs--and her toes! She twitches and twiddles and twiddles and twitches. Till all of her twittering Twists me in stitches. Heather Osborne Phonics Through Poetry Goodyear Books 1999 Return to 1 st Grade Menu

42 Twaddle tw twin I twist. I twitter. I twinkle. I twinge. I twitch. I twirl. I tweek. This foolish talk— It twists my tongue! But twaddle is fun to speak. Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz Return to 1 st Grade Menu

43 Chickenpox tch watch There’s a spot, just a dot, not a lot, I feel hot. Got a twitch, just a glitch, not a stitch. Gosh, I itch? Spots in blocks, dots in flocks, head to socks— Chicken pox! Carol A. Losi Phonics Through Poetry Good Year Books 1999 Return to 1 st Grade Menu


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