Sounds, Sight Words, and Add Within 10| 1st Grade Reading and Math | Teaching In Room 9

(upbeat music) – Hi, welcome to Room 9, our region’s largest classroom I’m Mrs. Williams I teach first grade in the Windsor C-1 school district, that’s in Imperial, Missouri This is – Mrs. Forth. Hi everybody I’m from the Rockwood School District I’m Excited to be here with you today as we learn a little bit about reading and – Math – So before we start, we really wanna know – Where are you? Are you near the airport? Top golf? Are you at six flags? – That’s where I live – Yay Are you near the magic house? Closer to the zoo? Maybe you’re close to the St. Louis Arch, or the Mississippi river Where I’m at, I’m a little bit south of St. Louis in Herculaneum near the Mississippi river – It looks like we have friends from all over St Louis joining us today – Thanks for joining us – Very exciting Lets go ahead start with our welcome home I’m gonna point to the words, feel free to join along with me, as I say them, ready? Welcome, welcome, everyone How are you today? We’re so glad to be with you learning math and reading too – And speaking of how are you today, we need to do a zone check, because we get ready to learn each day we check in on our body and brain Really smart scientists that study brains know that happy calm do the best learning If you are in the green zone, that means that you are calm, you are happy and you’re ready to complete your work, help others and reach your daily goals And this is the hand signal, so if you are in green zone, show me your green and good to go If you are in the blue zone, you might be feeling a little slow and low today You might need to draw a picture, get a hug or think some happy thoughts to be ready to learn Your hand signal will look like this If you are in the yellow zone, your maybe a little frustrated, anxious, or really just really excited in a good way but not ready to learn yet So you need to take some deep breaths, get a hug or talk to an adult that can help you be ready If you are in the red zone You have flipped your lid, your hand signal looks like this and you’re probably not learning with us right now You’re very angry or upset about something You need to stop, get help from an adult, take some deep breaths and check the size of your problem So show me your hand signal Are you green zone and good to go? I hope you are If you are blue, yellow or red, choose one of our strategies to help you get ready to learn – Are you guys ready to get started today? All right, before we start, let’s do our Room 9 chant Can you read this along with us? Okay I am smart I am fine I am brave I am me Hi, everybody, Mrs.Forth here Ready for our reading part of the day? Are you guys ready to get started I thought that maybe we could start by playing a game to get us moving a little bit In this game, I’m gonna show you a picture and together we’re gonna work to figure out the beginning sound of the word that matches the picture Remember, beginning sounds are the very first sound that we hear when we say a word We’re gonna think about that sound and then I want you to find that other things around you, that also start with that sound Are you ready to try it? Okay, here’s my very first picture, ready? Hmm, what is that? Ring, ring, ring, ring Yeah, it’s a bell, everybody say bell? Bell Now, let’s say that word again and think really closely and carefully, what’s the first sound that we’re making When we say that word, ready? Bell B, b, b B, yeah, b, b, b The letter b makes that sound Okay? Your job now is to see if you can look all around you to find even more things that begin with that sound Are you ready? All right, I want you to look around, see what you find And then come back and share that with me Okay, go Hmm What are you finding? Blanket

Bananas Bed Birds, you’re outside, yeah Oh baby, you have a baby sister, how special Your body You guys did a great job of finding more things that begin with this same sound as bell I’m gonna try another one Okay, here we go I’ll give you a hint It does not begin with the same sound that we just did So it does not begin with the b So it’s not bunny, what’s another word for this? Rabbit good, everybody say rabbit? Rabbit, now let’s think what’s the first time that we’re saying when we say the word rabbit? Rabbit Ruh Can you make that with your mouth? Ruh Yeah, that’s a tricky sound, isn’t it? Ruh Okay, you know what to do, your job is to look all around you and see if you can find things that begin with ruh sound then come back and tell me, ready? Hey, go find them Ruh Rocking chair Rug Oh look, my markers red Great Great job, all of you had so many good things Yeah, that you just said that begin with the ruh sound Great job, give yourself a thumbs up, awesome So, that’s a game that you can play anytime Think of a word Pay attention to the beginning sound and see if you can think of even more words that begin with that same sound Awesome Okay, the last two weeks we’ve been really working hard learning some sight words Remember sight words are those words that we know in a (snaps) snap Let’s go ahead and look at the words that we’ve learned so far And then we’re gonna learn new words If you haven’t been with us, that’s okay You can learn all the words right along with us, okay? All right, ready? I’m gonna say it and then you say it after me like an echo Hello, hello, ready? Okay, look Can, make sure you’re saying the words See I, a Me At The Great job Here, are you ready to learn some new words? Okay When we learn a new word, we wanna study it closely So I’m gonna show you the word first And then you’re gonna take some time to study it What do you notice about the word? What can you tell me about the letters in the word? And then we’re gonna learn what the word is, and say it together Are you ready? Here we go Study it closely What are you noticing? I see four letters also One, two, three, four What can you tell me about those letters? Yeah, there’s two es You see an r, rabbit And an h Like an h is a lot taller than the other letters, isn’t it? That’s a tall letter Okay, let’s say all the letters in this word together, okay H-E-R-E Let’s do that one more time, ready? H-E-R-E, the word is here Say here H-E-R-E here, this word is here All right, ready for the next word Hey, study it closely Hmm, what do you notice? Only two letters this time An I and an S This word is is, can you say is? This one can be a little tricky because when I say it is, my brain thinks it should be a z That’s why these are one of those kind of words that we need to learn in a snap So our brain doesn’t get the tricked, that’s right, okay Is, I-S, is What’s this word? Is Here Is Hey, study it carefully Two letters

We have this one hang so low, it’s a y My, say my, let’s say the letters, M-Y, the word is, my Okay, last word for this week Oh, you see a y this one too, good noticing Three letters, one, two, three I’m noticing that this word has two vowels, an o and a y Remember our vowels we’ve been talking about, a, e, i, o, u, this word has two of them The word is you, can you say you? Let’s spell it, Y-O-U The word is you Ready to look at all of our new words together Hey, I’m gonna say it and you echo, here we go Here Is My You Great job, you’re wanna try it by yourself Okay, I’m gonna keep my mouth quiet and see how you do You, good job My, you guys are rock star readers Is Hear Great work, now you have a whole lot of sight words that (snaps) you know in a snap We’re gonna keep practicing them throughout the week Okay, so just like the last couple of weeks, you’ll never guess what I got in my mailbox, I got a letter I did, I got another letter from some friends Do you want me to read the letter to you? Okay Mrs Forth, we need your help The feed me monster is here Will you and your friends, that you guys Will you and your friends figure out what we should feed him From your friends in Lottsville Do you guys wanna help? Do you think we can figure out the mystery of the feeding monster together Okay, get on your thinking caps Okay, let’s get started figuring out the mystery So last week, if you were with me, do you remember what kind of words the feed me monster wanted to eat? Yeah, words with the ah sound in it The short a sound, so I’m wondering if maybe that’s still what he wants to eat Do you want to try feeding him a word with the ah sound? Okay, so I have this word right here Sad, say sad Do you hear that ah in it? Okay, let’s see All right, feed me monster, would you like to eat the word sad? Here we go It’s not is it? He does not wanna eat those words this time Hey, watch while I write the word under our no column S-A-D You wanna join along and you have a piece of paper, you can do this with me You can write yes and no And you can write the words under the column as we figure this out Okay, so definitely not sad, hmm Okay, let’s try another word How about this word? Mop, M-O-P, mop Worth a try Okay, feed me monster, how do you feel about the word mop He liked it We found a word that he liked Where should I write that? Under the yes Hey, you don’t have a piece of paper you can shout out the letters to me as I write the word mop M-O-P Okay mop, hmm we thinking Yeah maybe he likes words with the p sound Alright let’s try it I’ve got hmm, how about this one? I’ve got, pot Let’s try it ready? All right feed me monster, do you like the word pot? He liked it, he liked the word pot

Hey, help me write it Pot, pot Okay, so like maybe he likes words that begin with the p sound I got another one right here pen Pen you see that? P-E-N, pen All right, we know you’re gonna eat this Oh no It’s not words with the p sound I’m gonna have to write pen over here Wah, wah, wah, hmm What else is the same about these two words? Me think Oh, they both have an o right in the middle Mop, pot They both have that oh sound Maybe that’s it Should we try a word with the oh sound in it? Okay, how about, block? Block, do you see that o in the middle Let’s see All right, feed me monster You did it, you figured out the mystery The feed me monster likes to eat words that have that oh sound I can’t wait to go back and tell all of our friends in Lottville, yeah, what do you likes to eat While, I go read a letter I think it’s time for you to go work on some math with Miss Williams, off you go – Oh, thanks, Mrs. Forth Alright guys, that was awesome And now it’s time to go ahead and grow our math brain You know that before we get started working on our math for the day we do a little warmup So we’ll go ahead and count to 20 and this time, we will count to 20 by doing toothbrushes, well all right Let’s get started No, you can’t put, put down the toothbrush You can’t use your real toothbrush The toothpaste will make a huge mess, we’re just gonna pretend with our finger, ready? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10 Other way, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, (exhales) Good job we got the fronts clean but we’re counting backwards now So I think that we should clean the backs, ready 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10 Other side, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one, great job guys Put those toothbrushes away and let’s get moving on to grow in our math brain So last week, we practiced some number bonds And I wanna show you a new way that you can combine the part, part and the whole, and this way is a number sentence So we worked on number bonds last week And if we had a number bond that had three and one as the parts, it looks like that So we were using the part, part to find the whole We were combining those two parts to find the whole Well we can do the same thing in a number sentence So if we combined three and one, what was our whole number? Three and count on one more Gave you one, two, three, four, good job But there’s another way to show these two numbers being combined to make the whole number, and it’s called a number sentence So cool, right? Normally we think of sentences when we think of words in books and writing But there’s a way to make a number sentence It’s a little bit different than with words, though So let me tell you a couple things you need to know about that When we do the part, part hole in a number sentence, we call that adding, or that we say that will add the numbers together And when you add two numbers together, you use a plus sign Now does that little plus sign down there remind you of any letter you know? Me too, it reminds me of a lowercase t So that’s an easy way to remember the plus sign So when we add two numbers together, or when we do the part, part, whole in a number sentence, we use a plus sign to show that we’re adding them together or we’re combining them Now we’ll also use an equal sign,

and we say equals, yeah, this is an equal sign And it just goes into our number sentence to show that it says part part whole makes, right, or three plus one makes, and that’s what equal is for So let’s go ahead and try a number sentence We’re gonna use the numbers that we already have in our number bond, to show the number sentence for three plus one equals, this is how it will go We’ll take our three, we’ll put in our handy dandy plus sign that looks like a tiny little t And we’re gonna add on that one more Now, do you remember who goes next in the sentence? Three plus one, yep, it’s the equal sign It’s like saying three plus one makes All right, now we have to put in our whole We are still saying part plus part equals whole So same idea as this, just in a different way Alright, so we said that three plus one equals four Let’s put it in there And then we’ll read our number sentence Three plus one equals four Same idea, part, part, whole This is just a different way of doing it, and we call it adding All right, let me scoot all of our friends out of the way here so that we can practice some adding together Okay, do you have your pencil and paper ready or your whiteboard and marker? Here is our first number sentence and I’m gonna read the number sentence and see if you remember how to use our plus sign and our equal sign Here it is Five plus two equals I’ll give you a second to write it Did your number sentence look like this? If it doesn’t, that’s okay Just go ahead and put your five plus two equals now We’re gonna use our counter to help us out, one, two, three, four, five, plus how many more? Yeah, it’s that two So let’s put our two in I’m gonna give you a second to count those up and solve it That’s what we count, that’s what we call it, is solving the problem when we’re using our brain power to figure out the answer to our addition problem Did you get it? Did you say one, two, three, four, five, six, seven? Good for you Let’s read our numbers sentence Five plus two equals seven Great job guys Let’s go ahead and scoot our counters out of the way and try another problem I want you to write it on your paper or your board This one is four plus three equals Do you remember? Four plus three equals Does it look like this? If it doesn’t, it’s okay Just fix it now, that will teach your brain the right way to do it So let’s go ahead and put in our four counters, one, two, three, four One, two, three And we can count them up Now you can count each one individually Or you could say, I already know that there are four here so I can say four, five, six, seven Did you like that trick? Let’s read our number sentence, four plus three equals seven Hey, did you notice that our last number sentence also had the answer of seven Look at that five plus two and four plus three, make seven Wow, there’s a lot of ways to make each number Let’s go ahead and try another addition sentence

you guys are doing awesome Thumbs up in a wiggle if you feel like your brain is really growing today I bet it is, I feel like I can almost see your brains growing Alright, the next one is eight plus two equals Don’t forget your pretty plus Eight plus two equals Are you already trying to solve that problem? Oh my goodness, I’m so impressed Does it look like this? Eight plus two equals If it does awesome, if not just fix it Okay, let’s get our counters ready, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight All right, how many more, plus two more Now you can count each one of those individually if that helps your brain to solve the problem Or you can say, I know that this is eight, so I can count on from eight So eight, nine, 10 Wow, great job, guys So let’s read the whole number sentence, eight plus two equals 10 Good job, I am so impressed with all of the brain growing that you have done today All right, so remember, what we did today was to show our part, part, whole in a number sentence Do you remember those two special symbols that we used? What were their names? One was our plus sign and one was our equal sign, and we like to make them with our fingers So this is our pretty plus And this is an equals, remember an equals are just two lines right on top of each other going the same direction Well, great job guys, you feel like you did so much brain growing today That’s about all the time we have to learn together today But I want you to remember your Room 9 rules Rule number one is be safe You’re gonna keep your hands, your feet and your things inside of your space bubble, make your bubble and stay inside of it Also, make sure to wash your hands really well Rule number two is be responsible, your thumbs are pointing to you because that’s who you’re gonna take care of You’re gonna take care of your things and getting your work done and helping out around your house Rule number three is be respectful You’re saluting because you’re going to be respectful just like a soldier, you’re going to use your nice words in a nice voice and you’re gonna follow your adult and teachers directions right away Rule number four is make yourself proud Do your best to be kind and have a good day and help others to have a good day You’ll know that you’re proud when you feel warm and happy inside If you start to feel like you need to be sneaky or you wouldn’t want others to know what you’re doing, that’s your brains way of saying stop, make a better choice So I hope that you make great choices today and learn, and grow your brain I’ll see you soon, bye (upbeat music) – [Narrator] Teaching in Room 9 is made possible with support of Bank of America, Dana Brown Charitable Trust, Emerson and viewers like you (upbeat music)