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pain

gray

‘a_e’

same

wait

/ae/

Gail

Dave

/ae/

days ‘ai’

game

planes train

play

plain

/ae/

Directions: Have students sort the words according to the spellings that stand for the /ae/ sound.

‘ay’

saying

Name

PP1

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‘o_e’

tone

boat /oe/

toad

road

/oe/

coat

home

Directions: Have students sort the words according to the spellings for the /oe/ sound.

‘oa’

bone

stone

Name

PP2

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PP3

Name

Cut out the word cards and stick them on Worksheet PP4.

Monday

weekday

pails

raisins

wait

raining

haystack

nails

trains

daytime

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PP4

Name

/ae/

‘ai’

/ae/

‘ay’

Sort the word cards from Worksheet PP3 by their spellings for / ae/ and stick them in the boxes.

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PP5

Name

Cut out the word cards and stick them on Worksheet PP6.

road

explode

smoke

rode

toad

stove

bathrobe

jokes

oak

wrote

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PP6

Name

Sort the word cards from Worksheet PP5 by their spellings for /oe/ and stick them in the boxes.

/oe/

‘o_e’

/oe/

‘oa’

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‘ai’

playground

driveway

/ae/

tray

airplane

drained armchair

Sort the words by their spellings for /ae/.

/ae/

‘ay’

mailbox

paying grains

spray

Name

PP7

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PP8

Name

Sort the words by their spellings for /oe/.

roads

poke

throat

home

toast

soaked

joke

groaning

dome

throne

/oe/

‘o_e’

/oe/

‘oa’

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Directions: Have students color the boxes that contain words with the /a/ sound as in hat in one color and the boxes that contain words with the /ae/ sound as in paper in another color.

Name

PP9

rate match dancer

glance late backpack

pace Shane lame

make camped banks

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Directions: Have students color the boxes that contain words with the /o/ sound as in hot in one color and the boxes that contain words with the /oe/ sound as in home in another color.

Name

PP10

throne comic frosting

knock poked doghouse

holes close spoke

wrote pocket contest

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Name

PP11 Template for Fishing Pond Exercise

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PP12

Name

Mark the words that are said. Then write them on the lines.

1. got

goat

2. change

chain

3. plain

path

4. tone

toned

5. bare

pair

6. play

plain

7. coat

boat

8. rain

road

9. say

stay

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Name

PP13

Write yes or no on the lines.

1. Is oak from a tree? 2. Do plants have brains? 3. Can you doze in a chair? 4. Do you sleep on a boat? 5. Can you think with your nose? 6. Can a stone float? 7. Is the word Jane a name? 8. Can you stay at a home? Unit 7 125 © 2013 Core Knowledge Foundation

9. Can toads play soccer? 10. Is toast green? 11. Can you sail in a boat? 12. Do whales have nails? 13. Is summer hotter than winter? 14. Is the word cat a noun? 15. Are coals hot? 16. Can you make an airplane?

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PP14

Name

Match the words to the pictures and write them on the lines.

bath chair coat

goat home goal

stairs hay hair

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Match the words to the pictures and write them on the lines.

rain oak tree playground

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rope toad soap

airplane train dance

PP15

Name

Match the words to the pictures and write them on the lines.

1. goat

2. mailbox

3. toaster

4. snail

5. coat

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PP16

Name

1. Dave Kay and Gail are my pals. 2. In the winter you need a hat mittens and a thick coat.

Directions: Have the student read the sentences and insert the missing commas.

3. Panthers snakes and moles can be all black. 4. I’d like to have a cat a goat or a toad for a pet. 5. I had to write stamp and mail a letter yesterday. 6. Shirts can be green red or pink. 7. I like toast with jam cheese and chips for a snack.

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CONTRIBUTORS TO EARLIER VERSIONS OF THESE MATERIALS Susan B. Albaugh, Kazuko Ashizawa, Nancy Braier, Kathryn M. Cummings, Michelle De Groot, Diana Espinal, Mary E. Forbes, Michael L. Ford, Ted Hirsch, Danielle Knecht, James K. Lee, Diane Henry Leipzig, Martha G. Mack, Liana Mahoney, Isabel McLean, Steve Morrison, Juliane K. Munson, Elizabeth B. Rasmussen, Laura Tortorelli, Rachael L. Shaw, Sivan B. Sherman, Miriam E. Vidaver, Catherine S. Whittington, Jeannette A. Williams We would like to extend special recognition to Program Directors Matthew Davis and Souzanne Wright who were instrumental to the early development of this program.

SCHOOLS We are truly grateful to the teachers, students, and administrators of the following schools for their willingness to field test these materials and for their invaluable advice: Capitol View Elementary, Challenge Foundation Academy (IN), Community Academy Public Charter School, Lake Lure Classical Academy, Lepanto Elementary School, New Holland Core Knowledge Academy, Paramount School of Excellence, Pioneer Challenge Foundation Academy, New York City PS 26R (The Carteret School), PS 30X (Wilton School), PS 50X (Clara Barton School), PS 96Q, PS 102X (Joseph O. Loretan), PS 104Q (The Bays Water), PS 214K (Michael Friedsam), PS 223Q (Lyndon B. Johnson School), PS 308K (Clara Cardwell), PS 333Q (Goldie Maple Academy), Sequoyah Elementary School, South Shore Charter Public School, Spartanburg Charter School, Steed Elementary School, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy, Three Oaks Elementary, West Manor Elementary. And a special thanks to the CKLA Pilot Coordinators Anita Henderson, Yasmin Lugo-Hernandez, and Susan Smith, whose suggestions and day-to-day support to teachers using these materials in their classrooms was critical.

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