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Big Question: What kinds of homes do people around the world build?

Author:

Judy Nayer

Genre:

Informational Text


Big Question: What kinds of homes do people around the world build?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Review


Review New WordsProgress Monitoring


Monday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Homes Around the World

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Reteach /a/ and /i/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 30: The Quiz

  • Grammar: Verbs That Add -s

  • Science: Building Materials

  • Comprehension: Compare and Contrast Seasons


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


I’ve Been Living

I’ve been living in the country,

My home is on a farm.

I’ve been living in the city,

Home is an apartment.

Both use tools and materials,

To build from ground to roof.

We’ve been living in our home,

Where our hearts are found!


Amazing Words


home


roof


tools


apartment


city


country


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


mud


grass


sticks


wood


stone


water


suburb


mobile


materials


Phonics


Blend Sounds

  • l a s t

  • l a p

  • m a p

  • s a n d

  • g i f t

  • s i n k

  • z i p


High Frequency Words


the


a


is


said


Word Work


Review

  • six

  • him

  • Mom

  • add

  • run

  • Jim

  • quiz

  • sit

  • top

  • bus


Review

  • can

  • big

  • sat

  • ten

  • did

  • will

  • on

  • yak

  • quit


Grammar


  • it is ten past six

  • It is ten past six.


Grammar

  • Words that tell what we do are action words, or verbs.

  • She claps her hands.

  • I jump rope.

  • My friend jumps rope.


Let’s Write

  • Let’s make a list of verbs to tell about the things we do.

  • Then we will use one of our verbs in a sentence to tell about something I do.


Daily Journal Writing


Tomorrow we will read about homes around the world again.

  • Oral Language

  • Comprehension

  • Grammar


Tuesday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Homes Around the World

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Practice /a/ and /i/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Phonics Story: Vin and the Bag

  • Grammar: Verbs That Add -s

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Compare Human and Animal Homes

  • Comprehension: Alike or Different?


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


I’ve Been Living

I’ve been living in the country,

My home is on a farm.

I’ve been living in the city,

Home is an apartment.

Both use tools and materials,

To build from ground to roof.

We’ve been living in our home,

Where our hearts are found!


Amazing Words


home


roof


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


mud


grass


sticks


wood


stone


water


suburb


mobile


materials


Phonics


Here Comes King

Vip’sBig Ship

Here comes King Vip’s big ship,

Into it we all zip.

Quick! Grab my hand!

Flip as you dance;

Now mix with the band.

The king’s jazz band is

Best in the land!


Blending Practice

  • b o x

  • b u s

  • d e s k

  • d r u m

  • g u m

  • p i g

  • h e n

  • h a t

  • r e d

  • r u g


Blending Practice

  • z i p

  • V i n

  • h a d

  • b a g

  • b i g

  • h e

  • g o t

  • c a n

  • n e t

  • K i t


Blending Practice

  • r a g

  • w i l l

  • a n d

  • g o

  • o n

  • t r i p


High Frequency Words


High-Frequency Words Review

  • here

  • you

  • what

  • do

  • are

  • for

  • look

  • the

  • where

  • with


Grammar


  • do you live in the city

  • Do you live in the city?


Grammar

  • Words that tell what we do are action words, or verbs.


Grammar

  • Use these verbs in a sentence.

  • walks, puts, sings, talks, plays, writes


Let’s Write!

  • People build homes out of the materials they find where they live.

  • People who live where there are lots of trees use logs or wood to build their homes.

  • Some people make their homes out of snow because that is all they have to build a home with.


Let’s Write!

  • Some homes are made from logs.

  • Some people build homes out of snow.


Amazing Word Review

  • vaporetto

  • cable car


Daily Journal Writing


  • Oral Language

  • Grammar

  • Homework

Tomorrow we will read about Jen and Max. Who do you think they are?

  • Oral Language

  • Grammar

  • Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again


Wednesday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Homes Around the World

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Practice /a/ and /i/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Student Reader: Jen and Max

  • Grammar: Verbs

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Social Studies: What Makes a House a Home?


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


I’ve Been Living

I’ve been living in the country,

My home is on a farm.

I’ve been living in the city,

Home is an apartment.

Both use tools and materials,

To build from ground to roof.

We’ve been living in our home,

Where our hearts are found!


Amazing Words


tools


apartment


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


mud


grass


sticks


wood


stone


water


suburb


mobile


materials


Phonics


Blend Sounds

  • b a g

  • a t

  • i t

  • f a n

  • f i n

  • h i m

  • ham

  • J im

  • j a m

  • t a n

  • t in

  • w ig

  • w a g


Blend Sounds

  • M a x

  • J e n

  • s i x

  • b i g

  • k i d s

  • c a n

  • z i p

  • r u n

  • a n d

  • M o m


Blend Sounds

  • D a d

  • b o x

  • i t

  • c a t

  • r e d

  • g i f t

  • i n

  • a t

  • a n d

  • T a g


High Frequency Words


High-Frequency Review

  • see

  • a

  • they

  • the

  • you

  • are

  • to

  • have


High-Frequency Review

  • what

  • for

  • look

  • is

  • like

  • little


Grammar


  • she sings a song

  • She sings a song.


Grammar

  • Words that tell what we do are action words, or verbs.


Let’s Write!

  • In our story, Jen and Max get a gift from Mom and Dad. Have you ever given someone a gift?

  • I’m going to write a sentences about a gift I have given. I will use a word with /a/.


Let’s Write!

  • I gave Jeff a baseball bat.


Daily Journal Writing


Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about all the different ways children travel to school.


Thursday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: This Is the Way We Go to School

  • Connect /a/ to Aaand /i/ to Ii

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 31: If Kip Can

  • Grammar: Verbs That Add -s

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Compare and Contrast Transportation


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


I’ve Been Living

I’ve been living in the country,

My home is on a farm.

I’ve been living in the city,

Home is an apartment.

Both use tools and materials,

To build from ground to roof.

We’ve been living in our home,

Where our hearts are found!


Amazing Words


city


country


Shared Reading


Phonics


Blend Sounds

  • n a p

  • K i p

  • b i g

  • S a m

  • w i l l

  • i f

  • c a n

  • d i g

  • t a p

  • c a t


Blend Sounds

  • p a s s

  • p i t

  • f i t

  • i n

  • g a p


High Frequency Words

  • little

  • the

  • is

  • go

  • here

  • do

  • what

  • with


Grammar


  • how do u get to school

  • How do you get to school?


Grammar

  • Some words are verbs. Verbs tell what we do.


Let’s Write!

  • Behind the bed the big bunny bounced.

  • What do you notice about the sentence AlphaBuddy just read? Did you hear /b/ a lot?


Let’s Write!

  • Sometimes sentences have words that begin with the same sound.

  • Fill in the blanks on this sentence frame with words with the same beginning sound.


Let’s Write!

  • Ann __________ asks for ____ ______ .


Daily Journal Writing


Tomorrow we will read about another kind of home in a story called “House of Snow.”

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea


Friday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: “House of Snow”

  • Review /a/ to /i/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences

  • Grammar: Verbs That Add -s

  • Science: What Is a House Made Of?

  • Science: Wood or Ice

  • Social Studies: Word Pictures


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


I’ve Been Living

I’ve been living in the country,

My home is on a farm.

I’ve been living in the city,

Home is an apartment.

Both use tools and materials,

To build from ground to roof.

We’ve been living in our home,

Where our hearts are found!


Amazing Words


home


roof


tools


apartment


city


country


Shared Reading


“House of Snow”


Phonics


High Frequency Words


High Frequency Words

  • they

  • little

  • with

  • here


Grammar


  • my cat is not mad

  • My cat is not mad.


Grammar

  • Some words are verbs. Verbs tell what we do.


Grammar

  • My dad plays golf.

  • I play golf.


Let’s Write!

  • This week we read and sang about how people around the world do things differently.

  • What did you learn about how people in other parts of the world do things?


Let’s Write!

  • Let’s write about some things we learned this week.

  • Some people live in houses made of snow.

  • Some children go to school on skis.


Daily Journal Writing


Next week we will read about a sheep who builds something in a woodshop.

Phonics

Shared Reading

High-Frequency Words


New Words Review


Vocabulary Words

  • mud

  • grass

  • sticks

  • wood

  • stone

  • water

  • suburb

  • mobile

  • materials


Amazing Words

  • home

  • roof

  • tools

  • apartment

  • city

  • country


ProgressMonitoring


Read the WordsSet A

  • pat

  • hid

  • rip

  • lap

  • wig

  • sad


Read the WordsSet B

  • spin

  • man

  • quit

  • tip

  • snap

  • sit

  • yak

  • camp

  • bat


  • Jan hid the pig.

  • She pets the cats.

  • Ned had a big van.

  • Jill can sit on the lid.

  • I am glad you are not sad.

Read the SentencesSet C


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