Grades 4-12 Langauge Warm Up .xls
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GRADES 4-12 LANGUAGE WARM-UP DETAILED PLANS: DAYS 1-4
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Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4
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Letters / SoundsAll letters in order A-Z; Point to 5 different letters, students make sounds; B-D-F-V-BL-BRAll letters backwards Z-A; What sound does the first/last/third/fifth letter make?; C-G-H-J-CL-CRAll letters in order A-Z; Point to 5 different letters, students make sounds; C-K-S-SK-SC-SHSay all vowels; What sound does the second/tenth/fifteenth letter make?; L-M-N-Y-FL-FR
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NumbersCount 1-50; Point to #s between 1 and 50, students say #s; 4-5-7-12-14-15-17Count backward from 30; Silently mouth a #, students identify #; -teen vs. -ty: 13-30-14-40-15-50-16-60-17-70-18-80-19-90Count 50-100; Point to #s between 50-100, students say #s; 52, 70, 88, 89, 94, 97, 100Say numbers, students identify digits: 47-90-256-981-704; "and" only to indicate decimal: 452-864-502-35.7-290.8-803.4
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Minimal Pairs (Words/ Phrases/ Sentences)bate/date; face/vase; dart/dart; black/black; blush/brush; to the store/to the door; blankets dropped here/brackets dropped here; It's good to be at my home/It's good to be in my dome.cage/gauge; holly/jolly; snack/snag; clamp/cramp; crisp/crisp; out at night/out of sight; now's the time/now's the time; I saw the man cleaning./I saw the man leaning. cart/chart; keep/keep; snake/snack; skate/slate; scarf/scrap; sheep/sheep; two black sheep/two black sheets; The baby screamed loud./The baby screamed loudly.neat/meat; tame/tame; flight/fright; flea/flea; lamb/land; once upon a time/once upon a mime; over and out/over and out; Run as fast as you can to the store/Run faster than you can to the store.
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Count the WordsThe earth is the third planet from the sun in the Solar System. (13)Many animals have special adpatations that help them to thrive in their habitats. (13) A platypus is not a bird even though it lays eggs. (11) Every 24 hours, the earth rotates on its axis in orbit around the sun. (14)
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Repeat After MeThe sun is a large star at the center of the Solar System. Male elephants have adaptations like large ears, a long trunk that can grasp, and tusks.A bat is a flying mammal that eats insects and sleeps upside down.While rotating on its axis, the earth completely revolves around the sun every 365 days.
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Rhythm / Intonation / Tongue TwisterB-D-F-V; B and D and F and V; B and then a D and then an F and then a VThe giraffe escaped. / The giraffe escaped! / The giraffe escaped? / Did the giraffe escape?Strong sharks sink ships. A noisy noise annoys an oyster.
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Dictation (License Plate or Sentence)D, B, 5, 15, /BL/, /BR/, F; 17, /B/, /D/, 14, 60, 16, V80, 18, /C/, /G/, J, G, /CR/; /H/, /J/ 30, 13, /CL/; 592 (read "five hundred ninety-two"); 604.3 (read "six hundred four and three tenths")C, /C/, K, /K/, 792; S, /S/, SH, /SK/, /SH/ 12.5; Sharpen the two dull pencils./M/, /N/, /N/, /M/, 407; /FL/, /FR/, 83.6; The weather often changes with the seasons.
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Synonyms/ Antonymsadd-subtract; before-after; allow-prevent; answer-question; asked-toldaway-toward; back-front; below-above; male-female; child-adultsharp-dull; come-go; empty-full; dirty-clean; loud-quietday-night; down-up; end-begin; even-odd; find-lose
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