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    TIPS PLANNING FORM FOR RHYTHM AND RHYME

    Tune In, Introduce the Book, Promote Language, Summarize the Book

    Book Title: My Truck is Stuck! Authors: Kevin Lewis and Daniel Kirk

    T: Tune In

    ● Engage the child/children in a playful and loving interaction

    ● Capture the child’s/children’s interest in the book you have chosen

    What will you do to tune in and engage the child/children with this book?

    One song you could use to capture children’s attention and engage them with the book is “The Dump Truck

    Song.” The lyrics are as follows:

    THE DUMP TRUCK SONG

    (sung to the tune of “one little, two little, etc.)

    Bumpity-bumpity comes the dump truck,

    Bumpity-bumpity comes the dump truck,

    Bumpity-bumpity comes the dump truck,

    Duuuuuuuuump out the load!

    I’ve got oranges in my dump truck,

    I’ve got oranges in my dump truck,

    I’ve got oranges in my dump truck,

    Duuuuuuump out the load!

    I’ve got rocks in my dump truck,

    I’ve got rocks in my dump truck,

    I’ve got rocks in my dump truck,

    Duuuuuump out the load!

    *You can add or delete verses as you wish. Other verses could include boxes, garbage, bones, or anything

    else that your class would like the dump truck to haul!

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    I: Introduce the Book

     Draw the child/children’s attention to the illustration on the book’s cover.

     Name the title of the book, briefly tell what it is about, and set the purpose for reading: The name of this book is __________________.” (It looks like… See this …This book is about …).

     “Let’s read the book and (state purpose).” The purpose of each read will be different: o For the meaning read, the purpose is to find out what happens during the story. o For the rhyme read, the purpose is to listen for words that sound the same, or rhyme. o For the rhythm read, the purpose it to hear the rhythm, or beat, of the words – like a song!

    What will you say to introduce this book?

    Meaning read:

    The name of our book is My Truck is Stuck! I see this dump truck on the cover, hauling (or carrying) bones.

    The driver looks upset because his truck is in a hole! I wonder how he will get his truck out of the hole. Let’s

    read and find out.

    Rhyme read:

    Look, we have our book My Truck is Stuck! to read again today! We have read this book before, and I have

    noticed that there are many words that rhyme, or sound the same at the end, in this book. Even the title has

    words that rhyme! Truck and stuck both have the “uck” sound at the end. Let’s read and listen for the

    rhyming words.

    Rhythm read:

    Here is our book, My Truck is Stuck!. Remember that we have read it before, and found out how the driver

    got his truck out of the hole. Today, we are going to read it again, and sing it like a song! Let’s listen for the

    beat, or rhythm, of our book today.

    P: Promote Language

     Engage in Responsive Interactions throughout the read:

     Use child-directed speech, touch, and a joyful, nurturing voice.

     Stay tuned in to children’s interests – “read the child.”

     Model book handling skills without interrupting the flow of the story. “Let’s turn the page and see what happens next.”

     Connect to children’s life experiences while reading.

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    Meaning Read

    PAT the Vocabulary:

    Which words will you select to

    Point, Act, Tell?

    Meaning Read

    Talk Around the Book

    Use Think Alouds

    What comments will you make to

    explain characters’ actions and

    feelings, and connect events?

    Rhyme Read

    Draw Attention to

    Rhyming Words

    What words will you

    emphasize?

    Page Point Act Tell Think Aloud Comments Rhyming Words

    1,2 Dump truck,

    load

    Round and

    round

    Load – all of

    the things he is

    carrying

    Look at this dump truck

    HAULING, or carrying, all of

    those bones!

    Road/load

    Roll/hole(p3)

    3,4 Hole, truck Grind, roar,

    “won’t go”

    (shake head

    no)

    “Not one inch

    more” – it

    cannot move

    at all, not even

    a little bit!

    Rotten - bad

    Oh no! The truck is stuck in a

    hole! That is rotten, or bad,

    luck.

    Luck/truck/Stuck

    5,6 Car,

    travelers

    Beep, beep! Travelers –

    people who

    are going

    somewhere

    Know/go

    Car/far

    7,8 Truck, stuck Tow (act like

    you are

    pulling),

    “won’t go”

    Tow – to pull Oh no! Even with the car

    towing the dump truck, it

    won’t move! The driver must

    be FRUSTRATED, or upset,

    that his truck is still stuck!

    Luck/truck/Stuck

    Tow/go

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    I see 2 little dogs taking

    some of the bones, too! Oh

    no!

    9,10 Van, moving

    man

    Beep, beep! Moving van –

    carries (or

    HAULS)

    furniture to a

    new house

    Know/go

    Van/man

    11,12 Truck, stuck Drag, tow,

    roar, “can’t

    go” (shake

    head)

    Even with three vehicles, the

    truck won’t come out of the

    hole! The truck driver must

    be so FRUSTRATED, or upset,

    that his truck is still stuck!

    And look – I see that even

    more little dogs are taking

    bones from the load that he

    is HAULING! Oh no!

    Luck/truck/

    Stuck

    Tow/go

    13,14 Jeep,

    hillside

    Help (wave

    arms), beep,

    beep!, steep

    (hold arm at

    steep slant)

    Steep – a very

    big hill

    Here comes a jeep! I bet the

    truck driver is thinking that

    this jeep can help get his

    truck out of the hole, so that

    he can HAUL, or carry, his

    load!

    Know/go

    Jeep/steep

    15,16 Truck, stuck Heft and

    haul (pull),

    tug and tow

    (pull), “won’t

    go”

    Now there are 4 vehicles,

    but the truck is still stuck in

    the hole!

    Also, I see the little dogs are

    still taking the bones out of

    the back! Oh no!

    Luck/truck/Stuck

    Tow/go

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    17,18 Bus,

    youngsters

    Help!, Beep,

    beep!

    Youngsters –

    kids

    Fuss – a lot of

    noise

    I think that the driver is

    hoping the bus can help get

    his truck out of the hole.

    But, see, the other dog is

    using the phone to call

    someone. I wonder who he

    is calling.

    Know/go

    Bus/fuss

    19,20 Truck, stuck “won’t go”

    lug and lurch

    (move side

    to side), tug

    and tow

    (pull)

    More rotten, bad, luck! I’m

    thinking that everyone must

    be getting FRUSTRATED, or

    upset, that the dump truck is

    still stuck!

    And, I see that even more

    bones are missing from the

    truck, because the little dogs

    are running away with them!

    Oh no!

    Luck/truck/Stuck

    Tow/go

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