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Open Court Sounds, Letters, and Language Reading the Big Book Pickled Peppers: One Hungry Monster, pg. 28-39 5.15 T238. 1 2 3 4 5. 6 7 8 9 10. Have kids come up with a list of things the monsters could eat 1 ____, 2 ____ etc.

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Open Court Sounds, Letters, and Language Reading the Big Book Pickled Peppers: One Hungry Monster, pg. 28-39 5.15 T238

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Have kids come up with a list of things the monsters could eat 1 ____, 2 ____ etc.


Open Court Phonemic Awareness: Rhyming Consonant Riddle Game 5.15 T238

What rhymes with . . . But starts with . . .

pick

stick

tap

clap

pick

trick

port

sport

lip

clip

Use the following letters as the replacements, in order, st, cl, tr, sp, cl


Open Court Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Blending Words in Story Contexts 5.15 T238-239

Matty’s mother shook her head. She said, I can’t

Even see the /b/ /e/ /d/.”

With a frown on her face she said, “Look at this

/p/ /l/ /a/ /ce/.

Well, Matty did not make another /p/ /ee/ /p/.

Instead, he just started to /s/ /w/ /ee/ /p/.

After a while his room was /c/ /l/ /ea/ /n/.

The cleanest he had ever /s/ /ee/ /n/.


Open Court Phonemic Awareness: Oral Blending: Blending Words in Story Contexts 5.15 T238-239

When Matty’s mother look in, she couldn’t believe

her eyes. Every toy was put /b/ /a/ /ck/.

Even socks were in a neat /s/ /t/ /a/ /ck/.

“Why, Maty, your room is so /n/ /ea/ /t/.

“You deserve a special /t/ /r/ /ea/ /t/!”

So she gave him a great big hug!


Open Court How The Alphabet Works: Linking the Sound to the Letter: Grab Bag of Letters 5.15 T239

___eed

___eed

___eed

___eed

___eed

Make the following words: seed, feed, need, reed, weed


Skills Assessment pg. 49 Letter: Grab Bag of Letters 5.15 T239


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