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Open Court: Sounds, Letters, and Language: Rhyming Song 2.18 T318. Down by the bay. Where the watermelon grows. Back to this place. I dare not go. For if I do. My mother will say,. “Did you ever see a frog. Kissing a dog ?”. Down by the bay. Down by the bay.

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Open Court: Sounds, Letters, and Language: Rhyming Song 2.18 T318

Down by the bay

Where the watermelon grows

Back to this place

I dare not go.

For if I do.

My mother will say,

“Did you ever see a frog

Kissing a dog?”

Down by the bay .


Down by the bay T318

Where the watermelon grows

Back to this place

I dare not go.

For if I do.

My mother will say,

“Did you ever see a duck

driving a truck?”

Down by the bay .


Down by the bay T318

Where the watermelon grows

Back to this place

I dare not go.

For if I do.

My mother will say,

“Did you ever see a bee

Climbing a tree?”

Down by the bay .


Down by the bay T318

Where the watermelon grows

Back to this place

I dare not go.

For if I do.

My mother will say,

“Did you ever see a bear

Combing his hair?”

Down by the bay .


Open Court: Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Final Consonant 2.18 T319

lemona . . .

de

lemonade

birdsee . . .

d

birdseed

noseblee . . .

d

nosebleed

gingerbrea . . .

d

gingerbread

afrai . . .

d

afraid

grandchil . . .

d

grandchild


Open Court: Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Final Consonant 2.18 T319

diamon . . .

d

diamond

chalkboar . . .

d

chalkboard

cornfiel . . .

d

cornfield

reboun . . .

d

rebound

confuse . . .

d

confused

playgroun . . .

d

playground


Open Court: How the Alphabet Works: The Sound of Dd Reviewing Dd 2.18 T320

the

dinosaur

Dinah,

dancing

Had huge and clumsy feet.

They went

/d/ /d/ /d/ /d/ /d/

kept

beat.

As

Dinah

the

After reading the story have students come up and touch the “d” words, in order of appearance, they will disappear. Then read what’s left to find out if it makes sense.


Open Court: How The Alphabet Works: Listening for Final /d/ or /m/ 2.18 T320

groom

ad

greed

odd

aid

nod

raid

need

ride

grade

rhyme

seem

time

seed

beam

bead

hide

dead

home

tide

roam

rude

foam

room

reed

Present each word ask students to give the body code sign for the correct ending sound /d/ or /m/.


Open Court:How The Alphabet Works: Linking the Sound to the Letter: Word Pairs Final “Dd”2.18 T320

/////////////////////////////

man mad

him hid

mud mug

seem seed

golf gold

bad bat

hunter hundred

postman postcard

Have kids come up a circle the word you say as the pairs appear. Say the word ending in /d/.


Open Reading and Writing Workbook 2.18 T321 Letter: Word Pairs Final “Dd”2.18 T320


Open Reteach Workbook 2.18 T321 Letter: Word Pairs Final “Dd”2.18 T320


Open Challenge Workbook 2.18 T321 Letter: Word Pairs Final “Dd”2.18 T320


Open Court: Grammar: Describing Words (Adjectives) (blue) 2.18 T321

higher

lower

big

loud

small

tiny

huge

quiet

Remind students about adjectives being describing words that tell more about other words. Then hold up 2 objects and work together to think of describing words for them. Then play Simon Says using the words here.


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