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Big Question: How do animals build their homes?

Author:

Angela Wilkes

Genre:

Informational Text


Big Question: How do animals build their homes?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Review


Review New WordsProgress Monitoring


Monday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Animal Homes

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Decode Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 35: Fun in the Sun

  • Grammar: Complete Sentences

  • Science: Favorite Animals


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


Why Do Animals Build Their Homes?

Why do animals build their homes,

Build their homes, build their homes?

Why do animals build their homes?

To keep them safe and warm.

Some build a nest for a colony,

For a colony, for a colony.

Some build a nest for a colony

To keep them safe and warm.


Some use twigs and bark,

Twigs and bark, twigs and bark.

Some use twigs and bark,

To keep them safe and warm.

Some have shells to shield them,

Shield them, shield them.

Some have shells to shield them

To keep them safe and warm.


Some hide in holes to catch their prey,

Catch their prey, catch their prey.

Some hide in holes to catch their prey

To keep them safe and warm.

Some need shelter from predators,

From predators, from predators.

Some need shelter from predators

To keep them safe and warm.


Amazing Words


predators


shelter


shields


prey


colony


bark


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


safe


pond


cocoon


hibernate


den


burrow


amphibian


damp


mollusk


hollow


larva


roost


Phonics


Decode Words

  • s p o t

  • p a s t

  • l i n t

  • t e n

  • s a p

  • p a d s

  • e n d

  • o x

  • y e s


Read Words

  • mug

  • zap

  • milk

  • quack

  • bun

  • wet

  • won

  • help

  • lips

  • lift


Read Words

  • get

  • rag

  • bell

  • egg

  • quit


High-Frequency Words

  • they

  • a

  • the


Word Work


Review

  • Todd

  • fed

  • run

  • had

  • net

  • did

  • hot

  • fun

  • Wes

  • bat

  • hen

  • in


Review

  • got

  • sun

  • tan

  • egg

  • will

  • Kim


Grammar


  • sit on the top step

  • Sit on the top step.


Grammar

  • pizza and carrots

  • This is not a complete sentence.

  • A complete sentence has a naming part and an action part.


Grammar

  • AlphaBuddy ate pizza and carrots for lunch today.

  • This is a complete sentence.

  • There is a naming part – AlphaBuddy, and an action part – ate.


Grammar

  • If you asked me what I had for breakfast this morning, which or these answers would be a complete sentence?

  • ham and eggs

  • I had ham and eggs.


Let’s Write

  • I am going to ask a question. I want you to answer it with a complete sentence.

  • What do you do after school?


Let’s Write

  • The first word of a sentence should begin with an uppercase letter.

  • Every sentence should end with a period.

  • A complete sentence should have a naming part and an action part.


Daily Journal Writing


Tomorrow we will read about animal homes again.

  • Oral Language

  • Comprehension

  • Grammar


Tuesday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Animal Homes

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Decode Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Phonics Story: What Can You Do?

  • Grammar: Complete Sentences

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Where Do Animals Live?


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


Why Do Animals Build Their Homes?

Why do animals build their homes,

Build their homes, build their homes?

Why do animals build their homes?

To keep them safe and warm.

Some build a nest for a colony,

For a colony, for a colony.

Some build a nest for a colony

To keep them safe and warm.


Some use twigs and bark,

Twigs and bark, twigs and bark.

Some use twigs and bark,

To keep them safe and warm.

Some have shells to shield them,

Shield them, shield them.

Some have shells to shield them

To keep them safe and warm.


Some hide in holes to catch their prey,

Catch their prey, catch their prey.

Some hide in holes to catch their prey

To keep them safe and warm.

Some need shelter from predators,

From predators, from predators.

Some need shelter from predators

To keep them safe and warm.


Amazing Words


predators


prey


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


safe


pond


cocoon


hibernate


den


burrow


amphibian


damp


mollusk


hollow


larva


roost


Phonics


Quickly, Thump on the Mud

Quickly, thump on the mud,

Beavers ten, beavers ten.

Quickly, tuck in the ends,

Busy beavers!

You can fix up a big dam,

With your front paws wham,

wham, wham!

Chomp-chomp with big teeth,

Just roll that log to water!


Decode Words

  • m u s t

  • c u t s

  • l i m p

  • s i p s

  • w e t

  • b o x

  • f a n

  • l e g s

  • h a n d


Blend Sounds

  • N e d

  • r u n

  • c a n

  • a m

  • J e n

  • l e g s

  • K e n

  • f e d

  • d o g

  • b i g


Blend Sounds

  • f a s t

  • a n d

  • a t

  • j u m p

  • h a n g

  • K i m


High-Frequency Words

  • see

  • to

  • the

  • look

  • from

  • here

  • is

  • he

  • little

  • she

  • go

  • me


High-Frequency Words

  • you

  • I

  • my

  • what

  • do


Grammar


  • the dog jump on the bed

  • The dog jumps on the bed.


Grammar

  • A sentence tells a complete thought or idea.

  • There is always a noun and a verb in a complete sentence.


Grammar

  • If someone asks me where the pencil sharpener is, I could say:

  • over there

  • The pencil sharpener is over there.

  • Which answer is a sentence?


Let’s Write!

  • Let’s write about animal homes. I am going to write about apes.

  • Apes build leafy nests in trees.


Amazing Word Review

  • electricians

  • plumbers


Daily Journal Writing


  • Oral Language

  • Grammar

  • Homework

  • Oral Language

  • Grammar

  • Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about animal homes again.

Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again


Wednesday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Animal homes

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Decode Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Student Reader: Animals at Home

  • Grammar: Exclamations

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Where Do Animals Nest?


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


Why Do Animals Build Their Homes?

Why do animals build their homes,

Build their homes, build their homes?

Why do animals build their homes?

To keep them safe and warm.

Some build a nest for a colony,

For a colony, for a colony.

Some build a nest for a colony

To keep them safe and warm.


Some use twigs and bark,

Twigs and bark, twigs and bark.

Some use twigs and bark,

To keep them safe and warm.

Some have shells to shield them,

Shield them, shield them.

Some have shells to shield them

To keep them safe and warm.


Some hide in holes to catch their prey,

Catch their prey, catch their prey.

Some hide in holes to catch their prey

To keep them safe and warm.

Some need shelter from predators,

From predators, from predators.

Some need shelter from predators

To keep them safe and warm.


Amazing Words


shelter


shields


Shared Reading


VocabularyWords


safe


pond


cocoon


hibernate


den


burrow


amphibian


damp


mollusk


hollow


larva


roost


Phonics


Decode Words

  • h a t

  • m u d

  • t a b

  • p i g

  • d a d

  • w e b

  • n o d


Blend Sounds

  • h e n

  • i t

  • b i g

  • n e s t

  • c a n

  • s p o t

  • e g g

  • i n

  • r e s t

  • p e n


Blend Sounds

  • g e t

  • f e d

  • p i g

  • a n d

  • d e n

  • w i l l

  • s t o p

  • t e l l

  • w e b

  • h o t


Blend Sounds

  • s u n

  • s i t

  • b a t

  • d r o p

  • t o p

  • s w i m

  • s e t

  • u p

  • g r a s s

  • a n t

  • s e t

  • h i l l


High-Frequency Review

  • little

  • the

  • is

  • what

  • to

  • see

  • where

  • blue

  • one

  • you

  • from

  • here


Grammar


  • she has the best dog

  • She has the best dog.


Grammar

  • If I see something strange in the sky. I might say, “Look at that!”

  • When we say something that expresses a strong feeling or reaction to something, it is called an exclamation.


Grammar

  • Look at that!

  • Exclamations are sentences so they begin with uppercase letters.

  • An exclamation has an exclamation point at the end, instead of a period.


Grammar

  • Identify each sentence that is an exclamation.

  • She is not here.

  • Look out!

  • Are you ready?

  • My dog is gone!

  • Close your eyes.

  • Hurry up!


Let’s Write!

  • In our story Animals at Home, we read about places where animals live. Let’s write sentences about the animals’ homes.

  • Spiders spin big webs.

  • The big pig is in the pen.


Daily Journal Writing


Tomorrow we will read about the people who help build a house.

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea


Thursday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: The House That Tony Lives In

  • Decode Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 36: The Box

  • Grammar: Complete Sentences

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Building Materials and Tools


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


Why Do Animals Build Their Homes?

Why do animals build their homes,

Build their homes, build their homes?

Why do animals build their homes?

To keep them safe and warm.

Some build a nest for a colony,

For a colony, for a colony.

Some build a nest for a colony

To keep them safe and warm.


Some use twigs and bark,

Twigs and bark, twigs and bark.

Some use twigs and bark,

To keep them safe and warm.

Some have shells to shield them,

Shield them, shield them.

Some have shells to shield them

To keep them safe and warm.


Some hide in holes to catch their prey,

Catch their prey, catch their prey.

Some hide in holes to catch their prey

To keep them safe and warm.

Some need shelter from predators,

From predators, from predators.

Some need shelter from predators

To keep them safe and warm.


Amazing Words


colony


bark


Shared Reading


Phonics


Blend Sounds

  • f o x

  • o d d

  • b i g

  • b o x

  • Pam

  • yes

  • T o m

  • d i d

  • l e t

  • i n

  • h a d

  • t a n


Blend Sounds

  • b e d

  • j u m p

  • o n

  • i t

  • r e d

  • f a n

  • s i t

  • f l a t

  • p a n

  • f e d

  • h o t

  • h a m


Blend Sounds

  • y u m

  • f u n

  • n o t

  • b a d


High Frequency Words

  • what

  • said

  • see

  • you

  • the

  • with

  • I

  • for

  • they


Grammar


  • an Ant is on the rug

  • An ant is on the rug.


Grammar

  • A sentence tells a complete thought or idea.

  • There is always a noun and a verb in a complete sentence.

  • A sentence starts with an uppercase letter and ends with an end mark.


Let’s Write!

  • Let’s write a report about what we learned from our book.

  • The mouse rests in a _____.

  • A _____ likes it damp.

  • Polar bears dig a ____.


Daily Journal Writing


Tomorrow we will read a poem about animal houses.

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea


Friday


Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: “Animals’ Houses”

  • Decode Words

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences

  • Grammar: Complete Sentences

  • Science: Build or Borrow?

  • Social Studies: Homes Around the World

  • Science: Animal Home Characteristics


Talk with Me, Sing with Me


Why Do Animals Build Their Homes?

Why do animals build their homes,

Build their homes, build their homes?

Why do animals build their homes?

To keep them safe and warm.

Some build a nest for a colony,

For a colony, for a colony.

Some build a nest for a colony

To keep them safe and warm.


Some use twigs and bark,

Twigs and bark, twigs and bark.

Some use twigs and bark,

To keep them safe and warm.

Some have shells to shield them,

Shield them, shield them.

Some have shells to shield them

To keep them safe and warm.


Some hide in holes to catch their prey,

Catch their prey, catch their prey.

Some hide in holes to catch their prey

To keep them safe and warm.

Some need shelter from predators,

From predators, from predators.

Some need shelter from predators

To keep them safe and warm.


Amazing Words


predators


shelter


shields


prey


colony


bark


Shared Reading


“Animals’ Houses”


Phonics


Decode Words

  • Let’s read this sentence together and blend the sounds together to say the words.

  • Stan let his dog jump on the bed.


High Frequency Words

  • what

  • the

  • you

  • I


Grammar


  • stop the bus

  • Stop the bus!


Grammar

  • next week

  • This is not a complete sentence. It doesn’t express a complete thought. We don’t know what the words mean.


Grammar

  • I will be six next week.

  • This is a complete sentence. We know what this sentence is telling us. It tells a complete thought.


Grammar

  • Make each group of words a complete sentence.

  • on the bed

  • a big bug

  • in the box

  • a hot dog


Let’s Write!

  • This week we read and sang about how animals build their homes. What did you find most interesting about how animals build their homes?

  • Today we will write silly rhymes about animals and their homes.


Let’s Write!

  • Bats live in colonies,

  • So do ants and bumblebees.

  • I have a tortoise. His name is Jack.

  • He carries his home on his back.


Daily Journal Writing


Phonics

Shared Reading

High-Frequency Words


New Words Review


Vocabulary Words

  • safe

  • pond

  • cocoon

  • hibernate

  • den

  • burrow

  • amphibian

  • damp

  • mollusk

  • hollow

  • larva

  • roost


Amazing Words

  • predators

  • shelter

  • shields

  • prey

  • colony

  • bark


ProgressMonitoring


Read the WordsSet A

  • wax

  • jog

  • nut

  • six

  • met

  • bug


Read the WordsSet B

  • pens

  • cast

  • huts

  • glad

  • digs

  • mask

  • vest

  • frog

  • drop


  • Did you see the frog?

  • Can I have the gift?

  • She has the best tent in the land.

  • The duck and the pig got on the bus.

  • The egg is in the pan.

Read the SentencesSet C


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