dog, frog, and hog

Dog, Frog, and Hog

Dog, Frog, and Hog
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Target text

Objective

Read and write short-o words.

Lesson Plan

Target Words:

  • dog
  • hog
  • jog
  • hop
  • log
  • frog
  • trot

Materials:

  • Word-building cards*
  • Picture cards*
  • Dog, Frog, and Hog chant*
  • Dogs Can Jog target text*

*Items included below.

State and Model the Objective
Tell the children that they will pretend to be dogs, frogs, and hogs and that they will read and write short-o words, such as dog, jog, log, frog, hop, and trot.

Literacy Activities
Introduce target words

  • Show the children the short-o target words.
  • Read the words with the children and point out the short-o sound.

Pretend to be dogs, frogs, and hogs

  • Tell the children that they will pretend to be dogs that jog, frogs that hop, and hogs that trot.
  • Demonstrate jogging, hopping, and trotting.
  • Give each child an animal name tag (see below) and have them split into groups.
  • Tell the children with dog name tags to jog, the children with frog name tags to hop, and the children with hog name tags to trot.
  • Have the children repeat the Dog, Frog, and Hog chant (see below).
  • Help the children use short-o words to write phrases about dogs, frogs, or hogs (e.g., dogs jog, frogs hop, hogs trot).

Read Dogs Can Jog

  • Read the Dogs Can Jog target text (see below) with the children.
  • Choose one child to act out the dog, one child to act out the frog, and one child to act out the hog.
  • Have the children read short-o words (e.g., dog, frog, hog, hop, trot).
  • Have the children write short-o words from dictation.

Blend and segment short-o words

  • Segment short-o words into phonemes (e.g., d + o + g) and ask, “What word did I say?”
  • Write a word (e.g., hop) and ask:
    • What sounds do we hear? (e.g., h + o + p)
    • What is the first sound? (e.g., /h/)
    • What is the last (or ending) sound? (e.g., /p/)
    • What is the middle sound (or the vowel)? (e.g., /o/)

Identify, blend, and manipulate sounds

  • With word-building cards (see below), have the children make new words by changing a consonant or the vowel.
    • Change the beginning consonant: dog→ fog, hop→ pop, not→ lot
    • Change the vowel: cat→ cut, dig→ dug, net→ not
    • Change the ending consonant: hop→ hog, pop→ pot, rod→ rot
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SEEL Target Texts

Dogs Can Jog

Dogs can jog.
Frogs can hop.
Hogs can trot.


Can a dog jog with a frog and a hog?
Can a dog trot to a log like a hog?
Can a dog hop over a log like a frog?
Can a dog jog on top of a log?
Can a dog jog on top of a log with a frog and a hog?


My, my, my!
What a dog!
What a frog!
What a hog!

Dog, Frog, and Hog Chant

Dogs like to jog.
We can jog like a dog!


Frogs like to hop.
We can hop like a frog!


Hogs like to trot.
We can trot like a hog!

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Objective
Read and write short-o words.

Materials

  • Dogs Can Jog target text*

*Items included below.

Activity: Dog, Frog, and Hog

  • Read the Dogs Can Jog target text (see below) with your child.
  • Have your child act out the dog, frog, or hog as you read.
  • Have your child read short-o words (e.g., dog, frog, hog, hop, trot).
  • Help your child write short-o words from dictation.

Dogs Can Jog
Dogs can jog.
Frogs can hop.
Hogs can trot.


Can a dog jog with a frog and a hog?
Can a dog trot to a log like a hog?
Can a dog hop over a log like a frog?
Can a dog jog on a log with a frog and a hog?


My, my, my!
What a dog!
What a frog!
What a hog!

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