First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends

First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
First Grade Book 1: Distinguish Long and Short Vowels, Produce Consonant Blends
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This book contains 10 lessons of 24 pages illustrated in color. The lessons build phonological awareness and phonics to
• distinguish long and short vowel sounds, and
• produce words beginning with consonant blends.

In Lessons 1 – 4, the child will
• preview words with long and short vowels,
• read key words in context of related sentences,
• answer questions to distinguish long from short vowel sounds,
• apply knowledge of vowel sounds to expanded vocabulary,
• identify words with long and short vowel sounds, and
• trace color-coded words.

In Lessons 5 – 10, the child will
• preview words beginning with a consonant blend,
• read key words in context of related sentences,
• answer questions to distinguish words beginning with the consonant blends,
• apply knowledge of the consonant blends to expanded vocabulary,
• identify words beginning with consonant blends, and
• trace color-coded words.

Key vocabulary:
Lesson 1 "Distinguish Long & Short A”: (18 short “a” words) Jan, bag, man, cap, pan, ham, bat, mat, jam, bat, van, hat, Dan, fan, map, can, cat, rat; (20 long “a” words) lake, gate, Jane, face, plate, cape, plane, rake, game, skate, vase, grape, tape, case, Dane, ape, cake, cane, cage, snake

Lesson 2 "Distinguish Long & Short O”: (13 short “o” words) Rob, Dot, not, lot, dog, log, pot, hot, frog, hog, won, got, mop; (14 long “o” words) robe, note, home, wore, wrote, rode, broke, bone, stone, nose, rose, mole, hole, pole

Lesson 3 "Distinguish Long & Short I”: (20 short “i” words) Sid, slid, hid, did, is, sit, hill, dig, zip, win, pig, hit, pick, big, stick, kick, lick, wig, pin, fish; (16 long “i” words) side, slide, hide, like, write, ride, bike, kite, smile, mice, ice, rice, bite, slice, pie, pine

Lesson 4 "Distinguish Long & Short U”: (13 short “u” words) cub, cut, tub, hug, rub, dub, rug, jug, sun, duck, pup, up, cup; (12 long “u” words) cube, cute, tube, glue, blue, huge, mule, Sue, flute, juice, blue, use

Lesson 5 "Produce Consonant Blends Bl and Br”: (8 “bl” words) Blake, blue, black, blocks, blows, blade, blouse, blood; (8 “br” words) Brett, Brad, bread, brick, broom, brush, breaks, brings; (other word) builds

Lesson 6 "Produce Consonant Blend Cl”: (14 “cl” words) clown, claps, cleans, clock, class, classroom, climb, cloud, close, claw, clam, clip, clothes, closet; (other words) door, crawl, fly, flower, break, brick, cry, crow, cracker, crab, crayon, cricket

Lesson 7 "Produce Consonant Blend Cr": (16 “cr” words) crab, cries, crawls, ice cream, crumbs, crosswalk, cross (verb), crackers, crayons, crowd, crib, cross (noun), crow, cricket, crown, crane; (other words) clay, cloud, clap, closet, clean, clown, clock

Lesson 8 "Produce Consonant Blend Dr”: (17 “dr” words) dragon, dragonfly, drum, Drew, draws, dreams, drawing, drink, drop, drum sticks, drive, dry, dress, drag, dresser, drawer, drill; (other words) break, brick, bring, broom, cry, crow, clay, cry, crib, crown, bread, crumbs, clock

Lesson 9 "Produce Consonant Blends Fl and Fr": (8 “fl” words) fly, flag, floor, flea, flies (verb), flower, flute, flame; (8 “fr” words) frog, fruit, french fries, Fred, Frank, friends, freeze, from

Lesson 10 "Produce Consonant Blends Gl and Gr": (9 “gl” words) glue, glove, globe, Glen, glass, glad, glob, glasses, glow stick; (10 “gr” words) grapes, green, grandma, grandpa, grasshopper, grass, groundhog, ground, gray, grow

The activities are aligned to the following standards:

Common Core: ELA First Grade
RF.1.2a: Distinguish long from short vowel sounds in spoken single-syllable words.
RF.1.2b: Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds (phonemes), including consonant blends.
RF.1.3b: Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
RF.1.3c: Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds.
L.1.1a: Print all upper- and lowercase letters.
Also: RF.1.4a

Texas Education Knowledge and Skills: ELA First Grade
2.B: Distinguish between long- and short-vowel sounds in spoken one-syllable words (e.g. bit/bite).
2.D: Blend spoken phonemes to form one- and two-syllable words, including consonant blends.
21.A: Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly in text, using the basic conventions of print (left-to-right and top-to-bottom progression), including spacing between words and sentences.
Also: 5

This prereading pack is Book 1 of the Newitt Grade 1 Reading and Writing Program. A key feature of the program is that it uses linear incremental steps and repeated practices linked to higher level thinking skills. This approach gives the learner a solid foundation of reading and writing experiences. In the process, the learner gains routine study habits, motivation to learn, confidence, and mastery.

Please print the lesson double-sided and then cut in half, so that each page is 5 1/2” by 8 1/2”. Each lesson has 24 sides.

For First Grade Book 2, please click here.

For more lessons on long and short vowels, please click here.

For more lessons on consonant clusters, please click here.

For more program books, please click here.

“The color coding highlights skills being addressed and makes the materials on each page easy to find. The program is very simple for teachers to follow and use.”
Kelly Williamson, kindergarten teacher of 11 years, selected teacher of the year in 2008.
Total Pages
240 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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