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Objective

Read texts with short vowel words.

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Target Words:

  • bag
  • lid
  • cap
  • let
  • slip
  • sack
  • snack
     

Materials:

  • Sack
  • Bag
  • Snack pack (bag that chips come in)*
  • Paper bottle caps and lids*
  • Paper snack (chips)* 

*Items included below. 

State and Model the Objective
Tell the children that they will slip things in and out of a bag or sack and read a text with short vowel words, such as lid, slip, sack, and snack.

Literacy Activities
Slip things in bags or sacks

  • Show a sack and explain that sack is another name for a bag.
  • Show a bottle top and explain that lid and cap are different names for a container cover.
  • Let the children pick a lid or a cap.
  • Have the children slip the lid or cap in a bag, sack, or snack pack. 
  • Show the children how to tip the sack or bag to let the object slip out.
  • Have the children pick up items that slip out of the bags or sacks.

Read about slipping things in and out of a bag or sack

  • Display the Slip a Cap in a Bag text (see below).
  • Engage the children in shared reading of the text.
  • Repeat with Slip a Snack in a Snack Pack (see below).
     

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Slip a Cap in a Bag

Pick a cap.
Slip the cap in a bag.
Tip the bag.
Let the cap slip out of the bag.
Pick a lid.
Slip the lid in a sack.
Tip the sack.
Let the lid slip out of the sack.
Pick up the cap that slid out of the bag.
Pick up the lid that slid out of the sack.
Pick up the top that slid out of the sack.

Slip a Snack in a Snack Pack

Pick a snack, a chip.
Slip the chip in a snack pack.
Tip the snack pack.
Let the chip slip out of the snack pack.
Pick another chip.
Slip the chip in a snack pack.
Tip the snack pack.
Tip it.
Let the chip slip out of the snack pack.
Pick up the chips.
Slip them back in the snack pack?
Slip a chip in and let it slip out.
Pick up the chips that slid out of the bag.
 

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