A Kid Slid a Lid
Read and write words ending in –id.
- Lids of different colors and sizes with the word lid written on each
- –id Word Cards (laminated – optional)
- Word blending cards (see below)
- Paper and pencil
State and model the objective
Tell the children that today they will play a game called A Kid Slid a Lid as they read and write words ending in –id.
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Practice the skill within an activity
Skid the lid
- Show the children how to skid a lid by sliding it across a flat surface.
- Hand a lid to each kid or let each kid pick a lid to skid.
- Have the children take turns trying to skid different lids.
- See which lid can skid the best. As the children skid the lids, have them chant, “Skid, skid, skid the lid.”
Apply the skill
Identify, blend, and manipulate sounds
- With word blending cards (see below), have the children make new words by changing either of the consonants or the vowel:
- kid → lid; bid → skid; did → hid
- hid → had; lid → led; did → dad
- kid → kit; lid → lip; did → dim
Read and write target words
- Hold up the –id word cards and help child read the words.
- Have the children choose a word card, read it, and see if they can skid it.
- As a class, write an account of what you did. (e.g.; We got to skid lids. The red lid slid the best.)
SEEL At Home
Read and write words ending in -id.
- -id word cards (see below) cut out
- Lids of different shapes and sizes
- Tape, paper, pencil
Activity: A Kid Slid a Lid!
- Skid the lids across a table or smooth floor to find out which lid skids the best.
- Take turns reading an -id word and then taping it in place around the table.
- Play a game for two players.
- Both players choose a lid to skid and one "kid" gets to choose the -id word to skid the lid toward; the winner of that round is the "kid" who slid his or her lid the closest to the target word.
- Give each player a point for each round they win and alternate turns until each player has had six turns; the winner of the game will be the "kid" with the most points.
- Help your child write one or two sentences about what he or she did (e.g.; I got to skid a lid. I slid the lid to the word did.)
- The activity can be repeated several times.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.3.B: Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.2.D: Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words. (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)
A Kid Slid a Lid