|I wonder what the letter is this week?|
|Our "letter" is from the letter Pp!|
|Our envelope had a pumpkin in it!|
|...and a pencil|
|...a tiny little piglet|
|and a popsicle stick! |
Now we will look for the letter Pp
all over our room this week!
Where will we find him next?!
|We are also learning how to sign all of our letters and a word beginning with that letter.|
|Pp looks like your fingers are walking and your thumb is trying to hang on!|
|I've got it!|
|This one is a little tricky!|
|Now we are playing the piano!|
|We sound out words with the /p/ sound in it using "fingers and a notebook". |
Does /p/ come at the beginning, middle or end of the word?
We stand under the Coconut Tree from Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (see the letters on the tree) and act out the Read Well Alphabet Chant.
A says /a/
Ant on a Apple
A a a
| T says /t/ |
Turtle on the Tightrope
T t t
The activities from these websites integrate necessary skills that directly correlate to Scott Foresman. The work connects the letter of the week, the sight words for this unit and target skills such as recognizing the characters and setting in a story or distinguishing the difference between real and make-believe.
|P says /p/!|