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1 Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 4 Day 1

2 The name for both of these letters is n. This is capital N and this is lowercase n. Nn

3 This is a nest. The first sound in nest is /n/. Say it with me: /n/, nest. What sounds does nest begin with? Listen to the sound again: /n/

4 Listen to this word nose, What sound do you hear at the beginning of nose? : Thats right, nose begins with /n/? What sound do you hear at the beginning of these words? NoseNightNap TanNoiseBean NeckNetBarn Handsadnice

5 You can already read words like this. What is the sound at the beginning of cap? What letter stands for /k/? Today we will learn about words that begin with n. c a p

6 This is a nurse. What sound do you hear at the beginning of nurse? /n/. Say it with me: /n/. Nurse begins with the letter n. The sound for n is /n/.

7 The letter n stands for /n/ in this word. This is how I blend this word: /n/ /a/ /p/, nap. Now you try: /n/ /a/ /p/, nap. nap ca n

8 Blend these words(as a group), (individually) NotFantin NipManpin What letter is this? What sound does it stand for?

9 Here are some words that we wont sound out. Well spell them. This word is are, a r e, are. What is this word? What are the letters in the word? arelittlesee We are_______________________________________. I have a little______________________________________. I see a little_________________________________________. How many letters are in each word?

10 Amazing Words ObserveParentwild Observe: Do you observe the fireworks on the Fourth of July? You can observe the vet as she takes care of a kitten. You can observe animals at the zoo. What are some animals you observe in your neighborhood? Parent: A parent is a father or mother. I like to take walks with my parents. What do you like to do with a parent or adult? Wild: If something is wild, people do not care of or control it. There are wild lions and zebras in Africa. Bears in the woods are wild. Many wild flowers grow along roads and in fields. Do you think wild animals will make good pets? Why not? Use each word in a sentence.

11 See the Animals pp Before Reading page 62-63: What animals do you see on these pages? Yes, its a little seal and a big seal. Which seal do you think is the parent? Where do you think they are? How can you tell they are at the zoo? Page 64-65: What animals do you see on these pages? Where are the monkeys? Yes, some monkeys are in a tree and some are on a rock. How do you think the monkeys get there? Page 66-67: What animal do you see sleeping on these pages? Yes, the little bear is napping. Is the baby bears parent napping too? What is the big bear doing? What else do bears do? Page 68-69: What animals are these? Yes, lions are cats. What is the little cat doing? What is the mother cat doing? Lets read to learn more about animals by observing them. During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading: What did you observe about the animals in this selection? Are these animals wild? Would they make good pets? How could you tell that the big seal was the baby seals parent?

12 Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 4 Day 2

13 See the Animals pp During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read

14 The name for both of these letters is d. This is capital D and this is lowercase d. Dd

15 This is a dolphin. The first sound in dolphin is /d/. Say it with me: /d/, dolphin. What sounds does dolphin begin with? Listen to the sound again: /d/

16 Listen to this word dog, What sound do you hear at the beginning of dog? : Thats right, dog begins with /d/? What sound do you hear at the end of mad? /d/. Yes, mad ends with /d/. I will say some words. Stand when you hear /d/ at the beginning of a word and sit when you hear /d/ at the end of a word. DogduckCard DeerDigBird DaySeedDance HandDotland

17 You can already read words like this. What is the sound at the beginning of tip? What letter stands for /t/? Today we will learn about words that begin with d. t i p

18 These are dinosaurs. What sound do you hear at the beginning of dinosaurs? /d/. Say it with me: /d/. Dinosaurs begin with the letter d. The sound for d is /d/.

19 The letter d stands for /d/ in this word. This is how I blend this word: /d/ /i/ /p/, dip. Now you try: /d/ /i/ /p/, dip. (Repeat with mad) dip mad

20 Blend these words(as a group), (individually) DimBadDot DanDamsad NodDadpad What letter is this? What sound does it stand for?

21 What letter is this? (a) Yes, it is a lowercase a. What letter is this(A) Yes, it is also an A but it is a capital A. Words begin with a capital letter when they start a sentence. Are/ are littlesee We are_______________________________________. I have a little______________________________________. I see a little_________________________________________. How many letters are in each word?

22 Little Cat pp Before Reading page 70-71: What animals do you see? What kind of animal is a lion? I see a little cat. Who are these big cats? Yes, the big lions are the little cats mother and father. Page 72-73: What are the cats doing here? What color are the cats? What color is the grass? Its hard to see the cats because they are the same color as the grass. Wild animals stay safe by blending in with things around them. Page 74-75: What is the little cat doing? Yes, the little cat taps on its dad. What are the big cats doing? Yes, they sit. Wild animal babies play just as we play. Page 76-77: What is the little cat doing? Yes, the little cat naps. What are its mother and father doing? Yes, they nap too. Cats nap just as people do. During Reading: What did I learn? What is this mainly about? First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading: What did you learn while observing these animals? What was the selection mainly about? We learned that lions are tan and blend in with things around them. We also learned that they nap and play together. The selection is mainly about how wild lions live and stay safe.

23 Shared Writing What wild animals can you see at the zoo? I can see________________________________.


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