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Day 1. Dancing Rainbows. Third Grade. Punxsutawney Phil: King of Groundhog Day. I’m going to read an article about Groundhog Day. How do you or your parents find out what the weather will be the next day?. Comprehension. What is the main idea of paragraphs 2 and 3?

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Dancing rainbows

Day 1

Dancing Rainbows

Third Grade


Punxsutawney phil king of groundhog day
Punxsutawney Phil: King of Groundhog Day

  • I’m going to read an article about Groundhog Day.

    How do you or your parents find out what the weather will be the next day?


Comprehension
Comprehension

What is the main idea of paragraphs 2 and 3?

What details support the idea that Phil is irritated?

Asking groundhogs to predict the weather has a long history.

He has been awakened twice; he sees no carrots or “treats”; he is chittering angry


It’s time for . . .

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


Native american vocabulary
Native American Vocabulary

ancestors: people one’s family comes from.






As i read i can monitor my understanding and reread to clarify anything that is confusing
As I read, I can monitor my understanding and reread to clarify anything that is confusing.

  • Remember, asking yourself questions while your read helps monitor your understanding.

    Does this make sense?

    Who are the main character(s)?

    What happened in the beginning, middle, and end?


Topic main idea and supporting details
Topic, Main Idea, and Supporting Details clarify anything that is confusing.

  • The topic is the general subject of a selection.

  • The main idea is the most important idea in a passage

  • The supporting details are examples and bits of information that support the main idea.


Cluster diagram pb pg 146 te 259a
Cluster Diagram clarify anything that is confusing.PB pg. 146TE 259A

Listen to Dancing Rainbows

Pages 238-239 Main Idea:

Tewas respect earth.

Details:

Dances celebrate summer sun.

Andy tells Curt to respect Mother Earth.

Pages 243-244

Main Idea:

The Tewa Feast is important to Curt’s family.

Details:

Mom and relatives bake many loaves of bread.

2. Andy says special prayers.

Pages

240-241

Main Idea:

Dances are important to Tewas.

Details:

Andy says, “Dance with all your heart.”

2. All Tewa dances are prayers.

Topic:

The Tewas and Their Dances

Page 242 Main Idea:

Tewas respect animals.

Details:

Three people dance in buffalo customes.

People and animals once spoke the same language.


You are Great Readers! clarify anything that is confusing.


Day 2 clarify anything that is confusing.

Dancing Rainbows


It’s time for . . . clarify anything that is confusing.

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!


Native american vocabulary1
Native American Vocabulary clarify anything that is confusing.

ancestors: people one’s family comes from.



Topic main idea supporting details
Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details leaders in a group.

TE pg. 241

  • Working with a partner you will pick out the main idea and supporting details of a paragraph given to you.


Plurals with es
Plurals with – leaders in a group.es

  • Plural nouns name more than one thing.

  • Plurals ending with ch, sh, x, and s are formed by –es.

    Change each of these nouns to a plural using your white board.

    wish bench guess

    dress fox

    bus class

Choral Read Dancing Rainbows


You are Great Readers! leaders in a group.


Day 3 leaders in a group.

Dancing Rainbows


It’s time for . . . leaders in a group.

These are words . . .

We use them for . . .

Vocabulary

we want to know

Reading, writing, listening, & speaking!




  • What is the most important idea in the paragraph? leaders in a group.

  • What is the topic? (What is the paragraph about?)

  • What are the details?

    Now you are going to work with a partner to identify the topic, main idea, and details of a paragraph.


Topic main idea and supporting details1
Topic, Main Idea, and Supporting Details leaders in a group.

We will pick out the topic, main idea and supporting details together!

We read many things in school and at home. In class, we read stories and chapters in our science and social studies books. In the hallway, we read signs like Exit and Office and School News. After school, we read the name of our bus, and we watch for the Walk signal when we cross the street. At home, we read directions when we play a game and when we follow a recipe to make Mom’s special cookies.


Plural noun song
Plural Noun Song leaders in a group.

(Sung to the Adams Family)

To change a singular noun into a plural noun

all you have to do-o

is add an “S”

To change a singular noun

that ends with an “s-s” (ch, sh, x)

all you have to do-o

is add “ES”

To change a singular noun

that ends with an “y”

all you have to do-o

is drop the y-

and add an “IES”


Practicing plurals
Practicing Plurals leaders in a group.

TE pg. 259C

Rewrite these phrases. Underline the plurals, circling the added ending.

boxes of watches stitches on patches

speeches by bosses batches of axes

messes at circuses bunches of lunches


You are Great Readers! leaders in a group.


Day 4 leaders in a group.

Dancing Rainbows



You are Great Readers! leaders in a group.


Day 5 leaders in a group.

Dancing Rainbows


Day 6 leaders in a group.

Dancing Rainbows


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