Lessons with Pam - Llama Llama Loves to Read_Read, Make, Do
Hi, my name is miss Pam and I'm from building blocks child development center here in Spencer West Virginia. And I have a book to review and project to do with you with our ABCs today. Our book is called Lama Llama loves to read. And if you can see by our book, this one has loved to been read, a whole bunch because it's kind of getting worn out because we really like to read. Reading is very important. It's good for your mind, it's good for your heart to sit down and read and cuddle up with somebody and read a book with them. And it's just, it's just fun. And you go harm so much from reading a book. Let's see what we learned when we read this book. This is mama mama loves to read by Anna dudney. And I hope I said that right. Llama Llama learns at school. Counting writing or reading rules. Friends and school, there's nothing better. Llama learning all the letters. Letters make a special set. That set is called the alphabet. Lama knows the first one, two, three. He can save him a, B, C and then there's D and then next and E and on it goes to X Y Z. No two letters are the same, but every letter has a name. It can be said, it can be heard. Leather, letters together, make a word. And we're going to have some letters together here, and see what that is. That's an and this is a in T and that is a B and this says B, E, E, B, and what is that? It's a cat. See? A T cat. Llama Llama learning words. Some he seen and some he's heard. Some he has to memorize with his brain, and with his eyes. While malama knows that one, he can read it. This is fun. And what is the word here? S, you in. Son. And here's another word, can you see that one right there? Er all frog. Llama Llama writes his name. And once again, just the same. First the L, then L, then a MA. What do these letters say? Mama. Mama. And this over here, we can confirm our book upside down. To see what Nelly new wrote. And there's Nellie news name. I've turned upside down because she is on the opposite side of the table. So it looks like it's upside down. Something to make a present of L, O, V, E, that spells love. Words make rhythm words make rom words make books for storytime. Worst till truth words tell new things, words make songs, songs that we can sing. Words are the very best of presents. Words together make a sentence. Llamas who's waiting in the air some words are hard, and it's just not fair. Many different, no need to pout, just do your best and sound it out. No need for crying, moaning, bleeding, Llama Llama. All right, reading. So let's look at the word in front of his book. S, T, a, R, S then we got a sound account, just like I said. The S makes a sound, then the sound. And the a and the R sounds come together. And another S, S are stars. Hey, stars. And that's what's in front of his book. A star. Teacher holds the walking sun. Now it's time to make a line. How does Lama Lama know? G and O spells. Go, go, go. And there her teacher, his teacher has the sign, G, O, go. Lots of sentences. Take a look, strung together, make a book. Look inside oh, glory. All those words have made a story. Llama reads so many things. Very princess, pirate kings, Shawnee knights, and dragon bites, underseas, and up great heights. Look at all the things that little mama's doing just by reading a book. Fairy princess or pirate king or a knight or he's into the water or deep sea diver? Or look there. There's bully good. Common rocks. Wow, look at all the things. Back to class and off they go, filled with all the worst they know, skipping hopping, walking long, Lama Lama sees a song. And on that song, what does he see? Yeah, oneness. One T, all right, there it is. One O yeah? And one P S T O P, R stop. Stop. Mama knows that word says stop. No more skipping, no more hops. Llama reads the word out loud, Llama Llama feeling proud. Yep. He knows it too. Now you all know the word stop STOP. Stop. School is over the day is done. Llama had a lot of fun. Who can't wait to read the mama? You're a reader, Llama Llama. Words have magic power indeed. What else could a person need? Llama Llama loves to read. And if you look right here, we know what's in this store. Does it says ice cream? That has a picture. Let's say ice cream store. And what do you think is in this book? This store. Up here, it says B, O O, okay, S books. And we know that's a bookstore. So mama Llama. Loves to read. And I do too. I really like to read. I think it is important that everyone knows how to read and that you learn new things because you can go anywhere in a book. You can go like Llama Llama and all of his friends. You could go on a deep sea adventure and find starfish. Or shipwrecks on the bottom of the ocean, or that you could go in a rocket ship and go to the moon. Or Mars, or you could go back and where they had nights in shining armor and castles and dragons. You could do all that in a book? You sure can. Books are important. I love books. So, in order to learn how to read, we had to know what those ABCs are. So I have a project to do with you with our a, B, C's. So what I have here is I have some papers, and they are from a site called crayon, freckles. Making the most of childhood with creative play and learning activities. And this is the woman that made this and she lets borrow it as long as we don't make copies and give it to everybody. You know, that thing's called a copyright. We don't want them to get in trouble with that. So we want to make sure that we say that this is from crayon, freckles. And if you look right here, you will see that I have if I can get them all here together in the camera. Let me scoot this bright like that. I have all of our ABCs. And in this baby formula no, that's miss Pam. Recycling, a container. So inside of our container, we have ABC. So yeah, lots of ABCs in there. And as an ABC that I have to get out of a bag, put in there. There we go. In there. And then we're not going to hand in and we're going to stir up a little bit. And that we're going to do is we're going to pick out an ABC. A letter, and we're going to find it on our pages here. All right, our first letter is. An in. Do you see an in right there? A lower case in all right, back in we go. And we find it's about that. What we find and a lower case a so we'll put it up here, right on the lower case. Back in we go. And we found. M the letter M right there on our letter amp. And. What letter is this? Over. And around we go. That is the way to make an E map is a lower case E, our next letter is. Going to hold of it. The letter Z Z four zebra. And then we go and we find the letter L L for Llama Llama. On our next letter is an upper case in. There's an upper case in. And there's the lower case here. Are you ready? Let me get a hold of one here. They're slipping out of my fingers. This is the letter C C and that was in our boat too. Remember, C for cat. In our next slide here is K this is the letter lower case K K four kite. And our next layer is. Cute. Lower case Q. And now we have an S. That's not upper case. On this letter is W, or walrus. Oh, S for snake. I think he'd forgot the Q Q for quilt. Here is an upper case E upper case E for egg. Now here we have the letter Y Y for you. Yarn. Use the hard work because it sounds like you're saying the letter U, you're actually using the Y the YOU. Like I see you. Here we have the letter F, F for fire truck. Okay. This is a lower case G for giraffes. Excuse me, G for giraffe. Next letter is B B four boy. Next letter is T for top. Then we have the letter D D for dog. Next letter is. P hey. That's in my name. That's P for Pam. Our panda pink pink letter P. Next letter is. V for violet or violin. Our next letter is R for rabbit. They're down the R. And here we have a letter X now X is a hard one, because there's not a lot of words that have the X on the front, the first letter, they're usually have an E in front of x-ray, or examine, but there is a couple words that have X on the front, but that doesn't sound like an X, it sounds like a Z says kind of confusing. But this is a letter X and you know what we say, X marks the spot. All right, there. All right, let's see what what are we coming up with next? It's the lower case I. I'm sorry that I for igloo. And ice cream. Our next letter is J four jelly and Jack in the box. We're getting down to our room. Our letters all done. Our next letter is H four happy. All right. Our next letter is O O for open and it makes two sounds O and R open and octopus. And let's see. Here is the letter U for up. It says two sounds two, up. And it says its name. You, unicorn. So let's look, do we have a letter on every one of our we did? We did. Some of them would have lower cases and some we have upper cases. So now we can go to here's an upper case a to go with our lower case a and let's see. We have an upper case G to go with our lower case G and we have an upper case K to go with our lower case K and an upper case I now this is a hard one too. The upper case I sometimes you see like on this one where it has a top and a little bottom, it has a hat and a foot and this one doesn't. But you know what? They're both the very same thing. Just a little different. And this is an upper case Q it's very different looking from its lower case letter. A lot of them look exactly alike and some are very different. Like the letter S and they'll look for cases and lower case S, they look exactly alike. But some of them, some of them are very, very different. All right, let's make sure we've got them all. And let's see if we can say our whole alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z there you go. All of our letters. Now we could go through and make it put the rest of them on here. I got an upper case O and I got an upper case C to see those are exactly like. And a lower case Y and a lower case M but that was going to be a tight fit. So I didn't do that one. Obviously that one there. Same with the W's. Upper case W and nerve case W, it was kind of a hard fit to get them on there. So I didn't put them on. But guess what? We did it. We matched every single letter that we had in our box. It's all empty. We did it. We are masters of our ABCs. We have got them all. All right. Well, again, thank you to the website crayon freckles for this piece right here. And it says that you can go on there and you can download it and you can print it out and you can use it at your house. So I'm gonna put all my ABCs back into my. That way, I can use them again another town. Well, we read a really good book. When we learned about how the alphabet is all of our different letters. And we have 26 of them. Now, English language, which is what we speak right now, our work speaking right now. Has 26 letters. If you live in a different country, you'll find our speak different languages, you'll find that they may have more letters than we do, and they make different sounds. And they may have less letters than we do. Every language is a little different. And English, English is pretty hard to learn, but you guys are smart and I know you'll do a great job, all right, all of your ABCs. You learn your ABCs. And then you can start putting them together and get your name and your mommy and daddy's name or grandma and grandpa's name. You can get all your Friends names and have write them. And then once you learn how to write your ABCs, you can write any word you want. You can write supercalifragilistic SPL doshas. Just on your ABCs. And that's a very long work. All right. Well, that's it for me today. I hope you had fun. And I hope you learned your ABCs. I'll see you next time. Bye.