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Ants. Theme: I am Your Friend. Anthill. Don’t you think it’s funny That anthills, when it’s sunny, Are full of ants so runny, So hurry-up and busy, So acting in a tizzy, Just watching makes you dizzy?. Identify the short /i/ Vowel. in an on sit lip pot can fit get rip. tip me

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Ants

Theme: I am Your Friend


Anthill
Anthill

Don’t you think it’s funny

That anthills, when it’s sunny,

Are full of ants so runny,

So hurry-up and busy,

So acting in a tizzy,

Just watching makes you dizzy?


Identify the short i vowel
Identify the short /i/ Vowel

  • in an

  • on sit

  • lip pot

  • can fit

  • get rip

  • tip me

  • get win

  • pan pin

  • wig bag

  • did ripe


Read the sentences
Read the Sentences

  • I will win a pig.

  • Yes, it is a fish with a fin.

  • I see a pig in a wig.

  • I win a big pan.

  • It is a sad pig.


Short vowel i let s make some words
Short Vowel iLet’s make some words.

  • in

  • p + in

  • Change the n to g.

  • Change p to w.

  • Change g to n.

  • Change the w to f.

pin

pig

wig

win

fin


Word order
Word Order

  • a am I cat

  • I am a cat.

  • here Come

  • Come here.

  • has cat The hat big a

  • The cat has a big hat.

  • cats like I

  • I like cats.

  • fish Tim has a

  • Tim has a fish.

  • mat at the Look

  • Look at the mat.


Day 2
Day 2

Ants

Don’t you think it’s funny

That anthills, when it’s sunny,

Are full of ants so runny,

So hurry-up and busy,

So acting in a tizzy,

Just watching makes you dizzy?


What rhymes with in
What rhymes with in?

What rhymes with ant?

  • pant

  • can’t

  • chant

  • pin

  • win

  • chin

  • fin


Sound equations

b + it =

hit + s =

clip – c =

s + lip =

bit

hits

lip

slip

Sound Equations


Word power
Word Power

  • pan

  • yes

  • and

  • in

  • pin

  • pig

  • wig

  • win

  • fin

  • am


Read the sentences1
Read the sentences.

  • They walk to see Jim.

  • They make a gift for him.

  • Is it a pig? Is it a fish?

  • No! They make a cat for Jim.



Ant hill
Ant Hill

  • Once I saw an ant hill,

  • With no ants about.

  • So I asked, “Dear little ants,

  • Won’t you please come out?”

  • Then, as if the little ants

  • Had heard my call.

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • came out!

  • Marching very tall.


What ants do
What ants do?

What ants look like?

  • crawl

  • pick things up with their mouths

  • live in holes

  • small

  • have antennas

  • shiny, hard shell for skin


Genre
Genre

  • Nonfiction

  • Realistic fiction stories sound like they could have happened, but they didn’t.

    Look for:

  • characters that are people.

  • places you have heard about or visited.


Main idea and details
Main Idea and Details

  • The main idea is what the story is mostly about.

  • Details tell more about the main idea.


Adding details
Adding Details

  • On your paper let’s add what you’ve learned.


Day 3 ant hill
Day 3- Ant HIll

  • Once I saw an ant hill,

  • With no ants about.

  • So I asked, “Dear little ants,

  • Won’t you please come out?”

  • Then, as if the little ants

  • Had heard my call.

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • came out!

  • Marching very tall.


What rhymes with lip

nip

clip

flip

chip

tip

rip

sip

trip

What rhymes with lip?


Sentence word order
Sentence Word Order

  • ant little is the.

  • like my I fish.

  • The ant is little.

  • I like my fish.

  • The dog likes to run.

  • likes the dog to run.


The ants go marching
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching one by one,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching one by one,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching one by one,

The little one stops to suck his thumb

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


The ants go marching1
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching two by two,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching two by two,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching two by two,

The little one stops to tie his shoe

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


Combining sentences
Combining Sentences

  • Ants are small.

  • Ants have antennas.

  • Ants are small and have antennas.


Day 4
Day 4

  • The ants ran up the hill.

  • They got food and milk.

  • The ants ran down.

  • What did the ants get?

  • They got a hill.

  • They got food and milk.

  • They got a lamp.


The ants go marching2
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching three by three,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching three by three,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching three by three,

The little one stops to climb a tree

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


The ants go marching3
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching four by four,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching four by four,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching four by four,

The little one stops to shut the door

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


The ants go marching4
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching five by five,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching five by five,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching five by five,

The little one stops to take a dive

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


The ants go marching5
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching six by six,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching six by six,

Hurrah, Hurrah!

The ants go marching six by six,

The little one stops to pick up sticks

And they all go marching,

Down

In the ground

to get out of the rain,

Boom Boom Boom.


Ants never nap at picnics
Ants Never Nap at Picnics

  • Ants never nap at picnics.

  • There’s too much they need to do.

  • Nab and nip, grab and grip,

  • Then quietly

  • Tip toe

  • Tip toe

  • Tip toe

  • Tip toe

  • Two by two.


Ant hill1
Ant Hill

  • Once I saw an ant hill,

  • With no ants about.

  • So I asked, “Dear little ants,

  • Won’t you please come out?”

  • Then, as if the little ants

  • Had heard my call.

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • came out!

  • Marching very tall.


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