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My Sidewalks Unit 1 .1

Reading Streets My Sidewalks Key Concepts letters M T A: High Frequency Words I like the
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Write the letter t.
As you write say the sound to yourself: t
Say the sound aloud.
This is a tiger.
What sound do you hear
in the beginning of tiger?
Say it with me: t.
The letter t stands for the sound t.
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

T t
High Frequency Words
The name for both of these letters is t.
The capital letter is T.
The lowercase letter is t.
Trace the letter t with your finger.
Do you hear the t sound at the beginning of these words?
time
tap
moon
van
town
lamb
tan
taxi

Name other words that begin with t.
Listen to these words:
man, ten, bag.
Which word begins with
t
?
I
like
the
the, THE, and The
are all the same word.

This is turtle. The first sound in turtle is t.
Say it with me:
turtle
What sound does turtle begin with?
Listen to the sound again:
t
During centers
Draw a picture of a
word beginning
with the letter t.
Write T t below it.
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 words
The name for both of these letters is m.
The capital letter is M.
The lowercase letter is m.
Trace the letter M with your finger.
Mm
Do you hear the m sound at the beginning of these words?
man
boat
mouse
milk
fruit
town
moon

Name other words that begin with m.
Listen to these words:
can, map, ten.
Which word begins with m?
This is a motorcycle. The first sound is M. Say it with me,
m
motorcycle
These 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.
Write the letters M m.
As you write say the sound to yourself.
High Frequency Words
like
the
This word is the word like.
The word like is spelled
l i k e
.
Read the word again.
How is the word spelled?

I
like
....
I
like
....
I
like
....
This word is the word the.
The word like is spelled
t h e
.
Read the word again.
How is the word spelled?

I like
the
....
I like
the
....
I like
the
....
I
This word is
I
. The word
I
is always
capitalized. Lowercase i by itself is not a word. Read the word again. What is the letter in the word?

I
see a....
I
see a....
I
see a....
needs
responsibility
shelter

Oral Vocabulary
Say the word
Use it in a sentence
needs
People and pets have certain needs, or things they must have in order to live. Some of our needs are food, water, clothing and shelter.

responsibility
When you have responsibility there are things you are expected to do.
What is the word? Do you have a responsibility at home?

shelter
Your shelter is the place in which you live.
Say the word. What kinds of shelter can you think of?
My Sidewalks
First Grade
Week 1

Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk
pages 6-9
Read with the teacher "What Pets Like,"
pages 6-9
Some of the words have pictures above them.
The picture stands for the word below it.
When you see the picture, say the word.
Together reread w/o the teacher
then whisper read to yourself .
What did you learn about the needs of pets?

Are the children in the story taking responsibility for their pets' needs? How?
Day 3
Fluency Practice
pages 10-11
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 a.
The capital letter is A.
The lowercase letter is a.
Trace the letter a with your finger.
A a
Now you try
m-a-t mat
m-a-n man
m-a-d mad
t-a-n tan
t-a-g tag
t-a-p tap
You already know the sound of the letter t.
What is the sound of t in at?
Today we learn about the short a vowel sound.
I am going to say some sounds.
Listen as I blend the sounds together to make a word.
s-a-t
sat
Blending Strategy
This is an astronaut. What sound do you hear at the beginning of astronaut?
Say it with me: a.
Write the letter for a. As you write say the sound to yourself: a
Now say the sound aloud.
am
The a in this word stands for the short a sound: a. This is how I blend this word: a-m am.
Now you try it
at am at
I like the
High Frequency Words
Say and spell the words.
We learned about what pets need.
Pets and people need exercise. Exercise is moving your body to make it strong and healthy. Say the word: exercise.
What kinds of exercise do you like best?
Day 3
Oral Vocabulary
exercise
Use the word in a sentence.
Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk
pages 14-17
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.
Read with the teacher "What Pets Like,"
pages 14-17
As we read ask yourself,"Who are the characters in the story."
Who were the characters?
What happened in the story?
Day 4
Fluency Practice
pages 14-15
Now you try. Blend these sounds together to make words.
a-m a-t m-a-t
You know that a can stand for the sound a.
You know that m stands for the sound m.
am
What is the first sound in this word?
What is the last sound in this word?
I'm going to say some sounds. Listen as I blend them together to make a word.
a-t at
Day 4
Word Work
What letter is this?
What sound does it stand for?
Before: Look at the picture on page 18.
Can all animals be pets? Why not?
When I look at each picture I know it has a word to go with it. Lets read the words together.
Choral Reading: page 18
We are going to read together as a group. Together we are like a choir. We will sound awesome if we are listening to ourselves and each other. Try to keep up in the text, go slow and carefully look at each word. We have no reason to be nervous because we have each other for help.
Which animals are pets?
Which animals are not pets?
Why do you think a moose is not a good pet?
exercise
What are your favorite types of exercise?
Why
needs
What are the needs of a baby?
How are your needs different?
responsibility
What responsibility do you have in your family?
shelter
What kind of shelter have you seen?
What kind of shelter would you like to live in? Why?
Build Concepts: Oral Vocabulary
Day 5

am at mat

I like the




Today I'm going to listen to you read aloud. We may not have time for everyone to read.
Use Concepts:
Check for understanding
of oral vocabulary
exercise
needs
responsibility
shelter
Write: Response to literature
Read to Connect: pages 6-9
As you read think about the characters in the story.
Who are the animals in the story?
Who are the other characters?
In "What Pets Like" what did you learn?
What did all of the stories we read this week show us about taking care of pets?

What is the big idea?
Day 2
Paired Reading: pages 8-9
Before: Read the pictures,
picture walk
pages 10-13
Read with the teacher "What Pets Like,"
pages 10-13
Some of the words have pictures above them.
The picture stands for the word below it.
As we read ask yourself, "What am I learning about pets? What is this mainly about?"

After: What did you learn about what pets like? What was the selection mostly about? What did we learn about the needs of pets and the responsibility of being a pet owner?
read the words



copy the words
check your spelling

Passage Reading
Practice Book, page 2
Practice Book, page 3
Practice Book, page 4
Practice Book, page 5
Congratulations!
You have finished
Week 1.
Practice Book, Page 1
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