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Open Court Sounds, Letters, and Language: I’m Thinking of something that starts with Tt game 5.2 T42

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  1. Open Court Sounds, Letters, and Language: I’m Thinking of something that starts with Tt game 5.2 T42 I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and is the opposite of bottom. top I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and is the opposite of short. tall I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and is the day after today. tomorrow I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and is an animal with a hard shell. turtle I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and is another name for a small city.. town I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and it is what a clock tells. time I’m thinking of something that starts with “Tt” and it is something you use to call your friends. telephone

  2. Open Court Oral Blending: Rhyming 5.2 T43 Tell me a word that rhymes with: rat back pan

  3. Open Court Oral Blending: Blending Consonant-Vowel-Consonant in Story Contexts 5.2 T43 Bud liked to play in the /m/ /u/ /d/. He played in the what? He put mud on his nose, and mud on his /t/ /oe/ /s/! Mud on his what? Silly Jilly liked to play at the /s/ /ea/. Liked to play at the what?

  4. Open Court Oral Blending: Blending Consonant-Vowel-Consonant in Story Contexts 5.2 T43 She put sand in her lap, and threw sand in her /c/ /a/ /p/! Jake liked to fish in the /l/ /a/ /ke/. He fished in the what? He put worms on his line, and thought worms worked just /f/ /i/ /ne/. Thought worms worked just how?

  5. Open Court How the Alphabet Works: The Sound of ”Uu” (long) 5.2 T44 8Ukulele 8uniform 8unicorn

  6. Open Court How The Alphabet Works: The Spound of “Uu” 5.2 T45 and puff huff Tugboat the can Tubby to move big stuff. and pull push And /u/ /u/ /u/ /u/ /u/ Tubby the Tug; That’s the sound of He works all day from dawn till dusk. /u/ /u/ /u/ /u/ /u/ Have students come up and touch the words that begin with /t/ in oder of appearance.

  7. Open Court How the Alphabet Works: Introducing ”Uu” (short) 5.2 T45 8usher 8umbrella 8umpire Usher, umbrella, umpire

  8. Open Court Introducing /u/ (short) 5.2 T45 ___ug ___ut ___un ___un ___unt ___ut Bug, cut, bun, pun, punt, hut

  9. Linking the Sound to the letter: Listening for long and short “Uu” 5.2 T46 8umpire 8United States 8underwear 8under 8uncle unit uncut union undo United states, umpire, underwear, uncle, union, unit, undo, under

  10. Linking the Sound to the letter: Listening for long and short “Uu” 5.2 T46 dust but must fun cute cube lunch But, dust, must, fun, cute, cube, lunch

  11. Linking the Sound to the letter: Grab Bag of Letters 5.2 T46 ___ub ___ub ___ub ___ub ___ug ___ug ___ug ___ug ___ug Tub, rub, dub, gub, tug, dug, rug, hug, slug

  12. Linking the Sound to the letter: Reading and Writing Workbook 114- 5.2 T

  13. Linking the Sound to the letter: Reading and Writing Workbook RT114- 5.2 T

  14. Linking the Sound to the letter: Reading and Writing Workbook CH62 5.2 T47

  15. Across the Curriculum: Math: Order by size 5.2 T57 turnip pea cabbage potato radish Place vegetables in order by size smallest to largest by touching each of them

  16. Skills Assessment pg. 42