Red Unit: Language Arts


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Listen to the red song.

Spell R-E-D red out loud.

Have someone read this ladybug poem to you.

Five Little Ladybugs
Five little ladybugs sitting in a tree,

The first one said, “I’m glad I’m me.”

The second one said, “I feel great too,”

The third one said, “How about you?”

The fourth one said, “It’s time to fly away,”

The fifth one said, “We’ll talk another day.”

-Rita Galloway

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Have someone read you this poem. Have you heard it before? Say it a few times and see if you can remember it. When you can remember a poem, it’s called memorizing a poem. Can you memorize it? What else do you have memorized?
Roses are Red
Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

Sugar is sweet,

and so are you!

Spell your name out loud.

Spell the word RED out loud.

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Write upper case I in your Red Book.

Listen to the story “I Wanna Iguana”. Summarize the story.

Spell your name out loud.

Spell the word RED out loud.

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Write lower case i in your Red Book.

Spell your name out loud.

Spell the color RED out loud.

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Listen to the story “Gingerbread Baby”. Summarize the story. What happened in the beginning, the middle, and the end?

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Write upper case J in your Red Book.

J is for Jump.

One animal that jumps is a rabbit. Listen to this story about some rabbits. Summarize the story.

Practice your alphabet with this game.

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Write lower case j in your Red Book.

J is for juggle.

Practice your alphabet with these slider puzzles.

Spell RED out loud.

Listen to the story “The Bubble Factory”. Summarize the story. What shape are bubbles?

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Spell your name out loud.

Say your alphabet out loud.

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Look at the alphabet. Point to each letter, and make the letter sound out loud.

Play this game with upper and lower case letter.

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Look at the alphabet. Point to each letter, and make the letter sound out loud.

Play this game with beginning sounds.

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Write capitol K in your Red Book.

Look at the alphabet. Point to each letter, and make the letter sound out loud.

Match upper-case and lower-case letters on the fridge.

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Write lower case k in your Red Book.

Match the upper-case and lower-case letters.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Look at the alphabet. Point to each letter, and make the letter sound out loud.

Listen to this story.

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Look at the alphabet. Point to each letter, and make the letter sound out loud.

Listen to the story “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”. Summarize the story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=olO73t4kf9E

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Write capitol L in your Red Book.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Write lower case l in your Red Book.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Play this alphabet game. Play it with letter sounds.

Listen to this story, summarize it.

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Play this alphabet game.

Listen to this story, summarize it.

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Write upper case M in your Red Book.

Play this alphabet game. Play it with letter names.

Listen to this story. Summarize it.

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Write lower case m in your Red Book.

Listen to this story. Summarize it.

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Listen to this story and summarize it.

Say your ABCs out loud.

Spell your name out loud.

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Write upper case O in your Red Book.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

Play the 5 piece slider puzzle.

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Write lower case o in your Red Book.

Play this alphabet game.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Play the 5 piece slider puzzle.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Play this alphabet game.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Write upper case P in your Red Book.

Play this alphabet game.
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Write lower case p in your Red Book.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Play this alphabet game. Play it with letter sounds.

Listen to this story and summarize it.

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Review Day 1

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Review Day 2

 

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