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My Sidewalks Unit 1 . 2

Key Concepts s p i: a is look
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My Sidewalks
Unit 1 Week 2

Day 1
Monitor Progress
Review the alphabet
A 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

P p
High Frequency Words
The name for both of these letters is p.
The capital letter is P.
The lowercase letter is p.
Trace the letter p with your finger.
Listen to this word:
pen
What sound does pen begin with?
What sound do you hear at the beginning of these words?
meat
pick paint
soup
pillow time
pig

a
is
look
look, LOOK, and Look
are all the same word.

This is a penguin. The first sound in penguin is p.
Say it with me: penguin
What sound does penguin begin with?
Listen to the sound again: p
is, IS, and Is
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 words
The name for both of these letters is s.
The capital letter is S.
The lowercase letter is s.
Trace the letter s with your finger.
S s
You can already read words like this. What is the sound at the beginning of the word mat? What letter stands for m?
Today we learn about words that begin with s.
This is submarine. What sound do you hear at the beginning of submarine? Say it with me: s.
Write the letters S s.
As you write say the sound to yourself. Now say the sound aloud: s.
is
look
This word is the word is.
The word is spelled
i s.
Read the word again.
How is the word spelled?

Sam is ______.
This word is the word look.
The word look is spelled
l o o k.
Read the word again.
How is the word spelled?

I look at ________.
a
This word is a. The word a can be lower case or capitalized. Read the word again. What is the letter in the word?

I like a _________.
career
service
tool

Oral Vocabulary
Say the word.
career
A career is an occupation or profession. It is a special job.
Teaching is a career. A doctor likes her career because she helps sick people. What career would you like to have?

service
Service is work done to help others. The cashier at a store gives us a very good service. Helping to keep your neighborhood clean is a community service. What service could you do to help others?

tool
A tool is something that helps people do work. A wrench is a tool mechanics use to fix cars. A paintbrush is a tool a painter uses to paint. What tools would yo use to work in a garden?

Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk looking for key concepts
pages 22-25
Read with the teacher "People Help Animals,"
pages 22-25
As we read, ask yourself: What is this mainly about. How do the pictures help you figure out the words?
Together reread w/o the teacher
then whisper read to yourself .
The selections this week are about people helping animals.
Day 3
Fluency Practice
pages 26-28
Reread the pages with a partner.
Switch reading at the end of each page.
Reread the page 3 or 4 times so your
reading gets better each time.
The name for both of these letters is i.
The capital letter is I .
The lowercase letter is i.
Trace the letter i with your finger.
I i
Now you try
i-n in
b-i-d bid
i-f if
b-i-n bin
f-i-n fin
r-i-m rim
You studied words like this already.
What is the sound at the beginning of sat?
What letter stands for s?
Today we learn about words that begin with p.
Blending Strategy
This is a pilot. What sound do you
hear at the beginning of pilot?
Say it with me: p.
The letter p stands for the sound p
Write the letter for p.
As you write say the sound to yourself: p
Now say the sound aloud.
You can already read words like this.
What is the word? What is the middle sound in sap?
Today we learn about words that have the
short i
vowel sound.

a is look
High Frequency Words
Say and spell the words.
The puppy in the story yesterday had an injury. An injury is physical harm to a person or animal.
What kind of injury did the animal have?
When you have an accident you may get an injury.
Day 3
Oral Vocabulary
injury
Use the word in a sentence.
Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk
"Sit, Sam!" pages 32-37
tell the person next to you about what you
see the characters doing.
After: Who were the characters?
What does Tim try to teach Sam?
What does Sam learn to do?
Day 4
Fluency Practice
pages 32-34
Paired Reading- switch readers at the end of each page
Now you try. Blend these sounds together to make words.
a-m i-t p-a-t
p-i-t t-i-p t-a-p
m-a-t s-a-p T-i-m
You can read this word because you know that a can stand for a.
What sound does a in this word stand for? What's the word?

When you come to a new word, look at all the letters in the word and think about its vowel sound. Say the sounds in the word to yourself, and then read the word..
sip sit
When you come to a new word what are you going to do?
Day 4
Word Work
What letter is this?
What sound does it stand for?
Before: Look at the picture on page 38.
This is a song that you all may know. Look at the pictures. Can you guess what song it is?
I can look at each picture and name the animal. I can also read what each animal says. Lets read the words together.
Now that we know each animal and what it says, let's sing the song together. When you read what each animal says, try to make you voice sound like the animal.
Where do these animals live? Have you ever been on a farm? What other animals live on a farm?
What do the other animals say?
career

What careers do people in your family have?
What career would you like to have?

tool
What tools would you use in your career?
injury
What kind of injury have you had?
What happened?
service
What service could you provide to help people or animals? What service could you provide to help your community?
Build Concepts: Oral Vocabulary
Day 5

Today I'm going to listen to you read aloud. We may not have time for everyone to read.
Write:
Response to literature
What is the big idea?
Day 2
Paired Reading: pages 24-25
"Pam and Tam Tam"
Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk look for key concepts
pages 26-31
Read with the teacher
As we read ask yourself, "What am I learning about how people help animals?" Stop at the end of each page and ask, "What is this mainly about?"
After: What did you learn about how people help animals? What was the selection mostly about? Listen as I model how to summarize the story.
As we read, look at the first word in each sentence. The first word in each sentence is always capitalized. Notice the capitalized words as we read
Read with the teacher "Sit, Sam!"
pages 32-37
As we read ask yourself,"Who are the characters in the story?"

pit tip Tim is sit Pam map

sip look tap a pat Sam sat

read the words
Passage Reading
Use Concepts:
Check for understanding
of oral vocabulary
Read to Connect: pages 22-25
This is a salamander.
The first sound in salamander is s.
Say it with me: s.
What sound does salamander begin with?
Listen to the sound again: s.

Listen to this word: sign.
What sound do you hear in the beginning of the word sign? What sound do you hear the at the beginning of these words?
sun mat
secret touch
safe sing
tell money

Phonemic Awareness:
Identify Initial Sounds
Blending Strategy
mat
Ss
The letter s stands for the sound s in this word.
This is how I blend this word
s-a-t sat
Now you try it
sat Sam mast
sat
What letter is this?
What sound does it stand for?
High Frequency Words
Use it in a sentence.
You can find sounds you know in big words.
Find the s.
What sound does the s stand for?
People Help Animals
career, service, tools
Key concepts:
vet, animals, doctor, firefighter, dog walker, zookeeper, job
After: What did you learn about people helping animals? What tool does a firefighter use to help an animal? What other tools did you learn about?
sat
The letter p stands for the sound p.
This is how I blend these words:
p-a-t pat
t-a-p tap.

Now you try.
a-t at
a-m am
p-a-t pat
m-a-p map
s-a-p sap
t-a-p tap
What is this letter?
What sound does it
stand for?
say and spell
Key Concepts:
bandage, calm, feel, licks,
like, pats, paw, sat, scared
Read it again in a whisper.
Day 3
Sometimes the capital I will have strokes at the top and bottom.
Sometimes it won't.
I i
I'm going to make some sounds.
Listen as I blend them together to
make a word. w--i--n-- win
These are insects. What sound do you hear at the beginning of insects? Say it with me: i.
Write the letter i for the sound i.
As you write, say the sound to yourself: i.
Now say the sound aloud.
sap
The i in this word stands for the short i sound: i.
This is how I blend this word:
s-i-p sip

Now you try it.
i-t it
p-i-t pit
s-i-p sip
s-i-t sit
t-i-p t-i-p
T-i-m Tim
sip
i
Injury
You can find sounds you
know in big words. What letter do
you see at the beginning of injury?
What sound does it stand for?
Today we will read a story with new characters.
Remember, a character is a person or animal in a story.

Listen to the story: Eva went over to Olivia's house to play. Olivia's mom made them lunch. Yum! After lunch they colored pictures and gave them to Olivia's mom. Thanks, Mom!

Who are the characters in the story?
Listen for the characters in the next story.
Key concepts:
happy, hug, pat,
puppy, sit, smiling,
tail, teach, wag
Choral Reading
service or not?
Being a firefighter watching a movie
making a mess cleaning the kitchen
bagging groceries eating pie
While I read with a
student you can
practice writing the
words on your whiteboard
pages 26-28 or 32-37
career
injury
service
tool
What do you think a person has to learn in school for a career as a vet?

If your friend had an injury what would you do?

Riddle: Some of the tools I use are hoses, water, truck, and ladders. What am I?

What service can you do at home to help your family?
As you read think about the characters in the story.
What characters are in the story?
What does each character do?
In "Pam and Tam Tam," what did you learn about how a vet helps animals?
What characters are in "Sit, Sam" ?
What did all of the stories we read show us about how people help animal?
mat
Day 2
Day 4
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