fill a sock
Read and write words ending in –ock.
- Picture cards
- –ock Block
- Sock (with pictures cards inside)
- Word blending cards
The children will each get a sock to fill as they read and write words ending in –ock: such as block, rock, lock, and clock.
Roll the block and fill the sock
- Divide the children into small groups to play the Fill a Sock game.
- Have the children take turns rolling the block, and have them read the word on the block and find the corresponding picture to put in their sock.
- As the children drop the correct picture into the sock, they will say, “I rolled the block and got a _ock for my sock!”
- If the block lands on the side that says, “Tick-tock! You lost a __ck!” the player must take a picture out of his or her sock and say, “I lost the _ock in my sock.”
- Repeat several times.
- When time is up, have the children count the –ock pictures in their socks. The person with the most pictures is the winner.
Identify, blend, and manipulate sounds
- With word blending cards, have the children make new words by changing either of the consonants or the vowel:
- sock → flock; clock → block; lock → rock
- sock → sack; clock → cluck; lock → lick
- lock → lot; flock → floss; rock → rod
Read and write target words
- Pull pictures out of the sock. Write each word on the board. Read the words together.
- Have each child write a list of the –ock words that were in his or her sock. Allow the children to read their lists to each other.
SEEL At Home
Read and write words ending in -ock.
- Picture cards
- -ock Block
- 2 socks
Activity: Fill a Sock
- Take turns rolling the -ock block. Read the word you landed on and find the corresponding picture to put in your sock. As you drop the picture into the sock, say, "I rolled the block and got a _ock for my sock!"
- If you land on the side that says, "Tick-tock! You lost a _ock!," take a picture out of your sock and say, "I lost the __ock in my sock."
- Repeat several times until all of the pictures are taken.
- Count your -ock pictures. The person with the most pictures wins.
- Help your child write a list of the -ock pictures he or she won. Read the list together.
- 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/.)
Fill a Sock