What do you do that makes you really happy? I am happy when I ____________________. Objective: To determine a purpose for listening
Objective: To listen attentively and respond appropriately to poetry Read Aloud Contentment Big Book of Rhymes and Poems
We are going to read a poem called Contentment. Contentment means feeling happy with the way things are right now. Let’s read the poem to see what makes the poet happy.
Contentment I would like to be wise. I would like to be strong. I would like to be right and never be wrong. But since none of this is likely to be. I’m really quite happy to be only me.
Sight Words could could happy happy gold gold night night their their saw saw very very were were came came made made Objective: To read high frequency words.
Objective: To segment phonemes in words. Phonemic Awareness Phoneme Segmentation If You’re Happy and You Know It
Objective: To segment recognizable words into phonemes. Let’s Sing You will sing a song and say the sounds that make up each word. Sing to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It.” If you know the sounds in hat, sound them out. /h/ /a/ /t/ If you know the sounds in hat, then you’re a sound out star. If you know the sounds in hat, sound them out. /h/ /a/ /t/ skip play shut lash both spring climb shed fish
Consonant Blends With l, r, and s Objective: To identify initial blends with l, r, and s in words To read words with initial blends with l, r, and s
Remember that this is one of the words that we read in King Midas and his Gold. Notice that this word has a consonant blend – pr - princess.
Let’s see which words we can make with the following s blends sc sk sl sm sn sp st sw scr spr str scare sky slip small snap spin star sweet scream spring street
Let’s see which words we can make with the following l blends bl cl fl gl pl black clap flag glue play
Let’s see which words we can make with the following r blends br cr dr fr gr pr tr broke crash drink frog grin princess trash
“Could you come here, Fred?” asked Granddad. Granddad and Fred looked in the closet. Granddad slid out a black trunk. Fred flipped open the lid. He saw a brass clock, a red blanket, and a small flag. Then Granddad got out a gold trumpet. “This trumpet is for you, Fred,” he said. “Thank you Granddad!” said Fred with a grin. “I’m so glad to have a trumpet!”
Spelling Words 1. shop 2. shot 3. shut 4. rush 5. wish 6. fish 7. for 8. more 9. from 10. very Objective- to use /sh/ sh and other known letter-sounds to spell and write words To spell and write known high frequency words
Words to Know could could happy happy gold gold night night saw saw came came made made were were Objective: To read high- frequency words.
Objective: To recognize setting while listening to a story
Let’s read Ugh! A Bug! Where is the bug? What do you think the setting of the story is?
consequences Consequences are things that happen as the result of another action. If I walk on thin ice, the consequence might be that I fall through the ice. Consequences are things that happen as the result of another action. If I walk on thin ice, the consequence might be that I fall through the ice.
What would some consequences be if you did not clean your room? What are some good consequences of sharing toys with a friend? What are some bad consequences of not sharing toys with a friend?
Remember that special names of places only belong to that place. Each word in a special name begins with a capital letter
Do you know the muffin man, the muffin man, the muffin man Do you know the muffin man who lives on drury lane? What is the special name of a place in this sentence?
drury lane river road kennedy boulevard first street belmont avenue
Riddle Sentences give clues about something. Sentences give clues about something. The clues use I, me, and my. The clues use I, me, and my. Clues begin with a capital letter and end with a period. Clues begin with a capital letter and end with a period. A question ends the riddle. A question ends the riddle. The question begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. The question begins with a capital letter and ends with a question mark. Objective: To develop a list of criteria for effective riddles
I have a zipper. Children carry books in me. Children wear me on their backs. What am I?