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Open Court: Sounds, Letters, and Language: Pickled Peppers: “Who Said Red?” 3.9 T162. Follow directions in teacher’s manual. Open Court: Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Initial Consonants 3.9 T163. all. h. m. ice. hall. mice. all. all. m. b. ball. mall. d. ock. s. ock.

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Open Court: Sounds, Letters, and Language: Pickled Peppers: “Who Said Red?” 3.9 T162

Follow directions in teacher’s

manual.

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Open Court: Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Initial Consonants 3.9 T163

all

h

m

ice

hall

mice

all

all

m

b

ball

mall

d

ock

s

ock

dock

sock

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Open Court: Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Initial Consonants 3.9 T163 cont.

r

ock

h

at

rock

hat

s

at

m

at

sat

mat

p

at

pat

the sound of nn

Open Court: How the Alphabet Works: The Sound of Nn: Introducing Nn 3.9 T164

The Sound of “Nn”

Newsome

has a cold.

Norman

noisy

all through the

night.

His is

nose

He tries to sleep, but it just won’t do.

‘Cuz this is what his will do:

nose

/n/ /n/ /n/ /n/ /n/.

After reading the story have the kids come up and touch the beginning /n/ words, (in order of appearance) they will

disappear. Then re-read the story to see if it makes sense.

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Open Court: How the Alphabet Works: Listening for Initial Nn 3.9 T163

met

hut

tote

net

nut

note

spice

need

map

nice

seed

nap

Say each word, have the kids give the body code sign for /n/ if the word begins with the sound. If it doesn’t begin

with /n/ it will disappear on next touch.

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