Mix a Bit of Dip

Objective

Read and write words that end in –ip.

Lesson Plan

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Target Words:

  • tip
  • drip
  • chip
  • flip
  • sip

Materials:

  • Mayonnaise and ketchup packets (individual size that you can rip open) OR mayonnaise and ketchup put in little zip lock baggies
  • Bowl for mixing dip
  • Chips (e.g., tortilla chips with tips) or chip graphics (see below)
  • iPad with the Hideout application installed (specifically the –ip  “Dip a Chip” activity) (optional)
  • Word blending cards (see below)
  • Mix a Bit of Dip and Let It Drip target text (see below)
  • Dip a Chip target text (see below)

State and model the objective
Tell the children they will mix a bit of dip and read and write words ending in –ip: tip, drip, chip, flip, sip

Practice the skill within an activity

Mix a bit of dip

  • Let the children help snip and clip or rip some ketchup packets (restaurant packets or zip lock baggies with a little ketchup) and let it drip into a bowl.
  • Repeat with the mayonnaise.
  • Have the children mix the dip.
  • Let the children dip the tip of a chip into the dip.
  • Make comments such as the following throughout the activity to emphasize the –ip target:
    • Don’t let the dip drip.
    • Let some of the dip drip off the chip.
    • Drip some dip on your lip.

Apply the skill

Identify, blend and manipulate sounds

  • With word blending cards (see below), have the children make new words by changing the vowel or either of the consonants:
    • chip ship, rip lip, grip trip, clip flip
    • flip flop, ship shop, tip → tap, strip  strap
    • chip chin, rip rig, tip tin

Read target words in a text

  • Read the target text Mix a Bit of Dip and Let It Drip as a class.
  • Allow the children to underline the words ending in –ip in the text.
  • Read the text again, fading support.
  • Repeat with the text Dip a Chip.

Write about the activity using target words/patterns

  • Engage the children in interactive writing about their experience. Review target words and phrases from the activities then present sentence frame, sentence completion, gestural, or question prompts incorporating target words and phrases. Provide verbal or written options if needed.
  • Example of an interactive text:
    • We mix _____ (dip) for chips.
    • We _____ (snip) and _____ (clip) bags of ketchup.
    • We let the ketchup _____ (drip) into a dish.
    • We _____ (drip) mayonnaise into a dish and mix the _____ (dip).
    • We _____ (dip) the _____ (tip) of the _____ (chip) into the dip.
    • We try not to let the _____ (dip) _____ (drip) on our _____ (lip).
    • We love to mix _____ (dip) and eat _____ (chips) with the _____ (dip).

SEEL Target Texts

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Mix a Bit of Dip and Let It Drip

Let’s mix up a bit of dip and dip chips in the dip.
Here is how we can make dip for chips:
 
Rip or snip open a packet of mayo.
Let a bit of it drip into a dish.
Let a bit of it drip.
Drip just a bit into the dish.
 
Rip or snip open a packet of ketchup.
Let a bit of it drip into the dish.
Let a bit of it drip.
Drip just a bit into the dish.

Dip a Chip

Dip a chip into some dip. 
Dip the tip of a chip into the dip.
Let the dip drip.
Let a bit of the dip drip off the chip.
 
Eat the chip with a bit of dip.
Try not to let the dip drip on your lip.

Printouts

Standards

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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/.)

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