2A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Review the letters. Pass out lowercase cards and have children match with the uppercase letters presented.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
3a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Pass out uppercase letters and have them match with lowercase letters presentedabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
4The name for both of these letters is m The name for both of these letters is m. This is capital M and this is lowercase m.Mm
5This is a motorcycle. The first sound in motorcycle is /m/ This is a motorcycle. The first sound in motorcycle is /m/. Say it with me: /m/, motorcycle. What sounds does motorcycle begin with? Listen to the sound again: /mmm/
6Listen to these words: Which word begins with /m/? cannabfruitmapboattowntenmousemoonmilkWhat other words begin with /m/?
7These are mountains. What sound do you hear at the beginning of mountains? Say it with me: /m/. The letter m stands for the sound /m/.
8I like the I see a ______________________________. This word is I(like, the). The word I is always capitalized. Lowercase I by itself is not a word. What is this word? What is the letter in this word?IliketheI see a ______________________________.I like ___________________________________.I like the___________________________________.
9Amazing Words needs responsibility shelter Needs: People and pets have certain needs, or things they must have in order to live. Say the word with me: needs. Some of our needs are food, water, clothing, and shelter. These are things we must have to live. What do you think are some animals’ needs?Responsibility: When you have responsibility, there are things you are expected to do. Say the word with me: responsibility. It is my responsibility to wash the dishes. My friend’s responsibility is to walk the dog every day. Tell me a responsibility you have at home.Shelter: Your shelter is the place which you live. Say the word with me: shelter. My shelter is a yellow house. What is a bird’s shelter? A barn is shelter for horses and cows. What other kinds of shelter can you think of?Use each word in a sentence.
11I like the cat. I like the fish. Word AttackI like the cat. I like the fish.
12Taking care of PetsBefore Reading page 6: What kind of a pet does this boy have? What do you think the little boy is doing with his pet? Page 7: There is another pet in this picture. What is it? What is the girl doing with the cat? Page 8: What kind of pet does this girl have? How is the girl taking care of her fish? Food is one of the fish’s needs. Page 9: This boy is taking care of a pet too. What kind of a pet is it? How is he taking care of is his dog? Now let’s read to find out about taking care of pets. During Reading(Model asking questions) First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read
14Taking care of Pets(pg. 8-9) During Reading(Model asking questions)First read: TogetherSecond Read: PartnersThird Read: Whisper Read
15The name for both of these letters is t The name for both of these letters is t. This is capital T and this is lowercase t.Tt
16This is a turtle. The first sound in turtle is /t/ This is a turtle. The first sound in turtle is /t/. Say it with me: /t/, turtle. What sounds does turtle begin with? Listen to the sound again: /ttt/
17Listen to these words: Which word begins with /t/? bagtimetownmapmoonlambtentaptanvantaxiWhat other words begin with /t/?
18This is a tiger. What sound do you hear at the beginning of tiger This is a tiger. What sound do you hear at the beginning of tiger? Say it with me: /t/. The letter t stands for the sound /t/.
19like, LIKE, and Like are all the same word like, LIKE, and Like are all the same word. If a word is written with all lowercase letters, all capital letters, or a combination, it is still the same word.Ilikethe
20What Pets LikeBefore Reading page 10: What kind of pets do you see on this page? What kind of shelter do the fish live in? What else do you see in the tank? Do you think the fish like the tank? Why? Page 11: What pets are on this page? What are the kittens doing? Page 12: What pets are on this page? Do you think the birds like the cage? Why? Page 13: What animals do you see? What are the puppies playing with? Do you think the puppies like the towel? Why? Remember, some of the words have a picture above them. The picture stands for the word below it. Let’s read to find out more what pets like. During Reading: (What am I learning about pets?) First read: Together Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading What was the selection mainly about? (Model how to summarize)
21What did you learn about the needs and likes of pets? What shelter does a bird need?What about a fish?What responsibility do we have to give pets what they like?
22Shared Writing What do fish like? Fish like _________________. What do kittens like?Kittens like________________________.
24What Pets Like? (pg. 10-11) Second Read: Partners During Reading(Model asking questions)First read: TogetherSecond Read: PartnersThird Read: Whisper Read
25The name for both of these letters is a The name for both of these letters is a. This is capital A and this is lowercase a.Aa
26Rat man tap mat tag tan mad I am going to say some sounds. Listen as I blend the sounds together to make a word. /sss/ /aaa/ /t/, satRatNow you trymantapmattagtanmad
27BlendingYou already know the sound of letter t. What is the sound of t in at? Today we will learn about the short a vowel sound.This is astronaut. What sound do you hear at the beginning of astronaut? Say it with me: /a/.
28The a in this word stands for the short a sound: /a/ The a in this word stands for the short a sound: /a/. This is how I blend the word: /a/ /m/, am. Now you try it: /a/ /m/, ama m
29Let’s try the same thing with these words. atammatWhat letter is this? What sound does it stand for?mAtMTa
31ex/er/cise Amazing Words exercise Previously, we read about pets’ needs. We learned that they need food, water, and shelter.Pets as well as people, have a need for exercise. Exercise is moving your body to make it strong and healthy.What kinds of exercise do you get? What kinds of exercise do you like best? Why?ex/er/ciseUse word in a sentence.What exercise can you do with a pet?
32CharactersToday we are going to read a story. Every story has characters. The characters are the people or animals in a story. For example, think about the story of “The Three Little Pigs.”. Who are the animals in the story?Listen to this story, Leah and Shamara are best friends. Leah asks Shamara to go to the park with her, but Shamara already has plans with her friend Hector. “Why don’t we all go together? says Leah. “Ok!” answers Shamara. So Leah, Shamara, and Hector play together at the park.Who are the people in this story? As we read together listen for the characters in this story.
33Pets on a MatBefore Reading page 14: Here’s a cute dog. The dog is sitting on a mat. Does the dog like the mat? Page 15: Now a cat is sitting with the dog on the mat. Does the cat like the mat? Page 16: What animal has joined the dog and cat on the mat? They all fit on the mat together. Page 17: What happened? Now an elephant has joined the dog, cat, and bunny on the mat. Do you think they will all fit on the mat? Now turn to your partner and talk about the pictures, using the same words I did. During Reading: Remember that as we read, we start on the left and read across to the right. When we come to the end of the line, we go to the beginning of the line below. Then we keep reading. First read: Together(As we read, ask yourself: Who are the characters in this story?) Second Read: Partners Third Read: Whisper Read After Reading Who are the characters in this story? What happens to the characters?
35Pets on a Mat(pg. 14-15) Second Read: Partners During Reading(Model asking questions)First read: TogetherSecond Read: PartnersThird Read: Whisper Read
36You know that a can stand for /a/ You know that a can stand for /a/. You also know that m stands for the sound /m/, What is the first sound in this word? What is the last sound in this word? What’s the word?a m
37I am going to say some sounds I am going to say some sounds. Listen as I blend the sounds together to make a word: /a/ /t/, atatammatWhat letter is this? What sound does it stand for?mAtMTa
38Which is a Pet? p. 18Before Reading Look at the animal pictures. Can all animals be pets? Why not? When I look at each picture, I know it has a word to go with it. Let’s read the words together. During Reading: Choral Reading After Reading Which animals are pets? Which animals are not pets? Why do you think that a moose isn’t a good pet? A tiger? A turkey?
39Amazing Words needs exercise responsibility shelter Review meanings of wordsWhat are the needs of a baby? What are your needs? What responsibility do you have in your family?What kind of shelter have you seen? What kind of shelter would you like to live in? Why?What are your favorite types of exercise? Why?Use each word in a sentence.
40Shared Writing What do pets like? Pets like _________________. What do you like?I like________________________.
44Amazing Words needs exercise responsibility shelter Review meanings of wordsTell me about the needs of an elephant at the zoo.What kind of shelter does a fish need? What kind of shelter does a horse need?If you were going on a vacation and needed someone to take care of your pet, to whom would you give the responsibility? Why?Show us an exercise you can do.Use each word in a sentence.
45We read “Taking care of Pets” What animals are in this story?Who are the other characters?We also read “What Pet’s Like”What did you learn about what pets like?We also read “ Pets on a Mat”.What characters are in this story?What did all of the stories we read this week show us about taking care of pets? What is the big idea?