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Big Question: Where does a bear hibernate?

Author:

Karma Wilson

Genre:

Animal Fantasy


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Big Question: Who lives in the grasslands?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Review


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Review New WordsProgress Monitoring



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Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Bear Snores On

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Introduce /k/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 9: My Map

  • Grammar: Adjectives for Sizes

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Patterns in Nature

  • Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy


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Talk with Me, Sing with Me


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Hush, Little Brown Bear

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

And if the winter continues to storm,

Stay in your cave, all safe and warm.

And if it’s still blustery and cold,

You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold.

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.















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Blend Sounds

  • c a t

  • C a m












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Blending Practice

  • a m

  • P a m

  • a t

  • m a t

  • m a p

  • t a p

  • p a t

  • s a t


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High Frequency Words Review

  • we

  • the

  • I

  • am

  • have

  • is

  • a

  • to

  • my



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Grammar

  • Describing words are called adjectives. They help us describe people, animals, places and things.

  • One way we use describing words is to tell about the way something looks.

  • Today we are going to practice describing the size of the animals in Bear Snores On.


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Let’s Write!

  • The little cat ran after the big dog.



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Tomorrow we will read Bear Snores On again.

  • Oral Language

  • Comprehension

  • Grammar



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Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Bear Snores On

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Practice /c/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Phonics Story: The Cap

  • Grammar: Adjectives for Numbers

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Patterns in Nature

  • Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy


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Talk with Me, Sing with Me


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Hush, Little Brown Bear

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

And if the winter continues to storm,

Stay in your cave, all safe and warm.

And if it’s still blustery and cold,

You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold.

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.











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Can Cat Come to

Captain’s Cove?

Can Cat come to Captain’s cove,

Captain’s cove, Captain’s cove?

Can Cat come to Captain’s cove,

In his cool car?

Can Cat and Captain bake a cake,

Bake a cake, bake a cake?

Can Cat and Captain bake a cake,

In baker’s caps, now?


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Blend Sounds

  • c a p

  • C a m

  • a m

  • c a t

  • M a c













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  • the bear will sleep all winter

  • The bear will sleep all winter.


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Grammar

  • Describing words are called adjectives. They help us describe people, animals, places and things.

  • One way we use describing words is to tell the number.

  • Today we are going to practice the number of some objects.


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Let’s Write!

  • I would look for food.






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  • Oral Language

  • Grammar

  • Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about the bear again.

Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again



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Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Bear Snores On

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Practice Final /k/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Student Reader: Winter

  • Grammar: Adjectives for Colors and Shapes

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Animal Characteristics

  • Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy


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Talk with Me, Sing with Me


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Hush, Little Brown Bear

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

And if the winter continues to storm,

Stay in your cave, all safe and warm.

And if it’s still blustery and cold,

You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold.

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.











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Blend Sounds

  • c a t

  • c a p

  • c a n

  • c a b

  • C a m


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Blend Sounds

  • T a m

  • t a p

  • a t

  • c a p


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Rebus Words

  • door

  • cold

  • play

  • snowman

  • snow



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High Frequency Words

  • we

  • my

  • like

  • is

  • have

  • to

  • the











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  • brown bears live in caves

  • Brown bears live in caves.


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Grammar

  • Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things.

  • Color words andshapesare describing words, or adjectives.


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Let’s Write!

  • We like colorful caps.

  • We like cuddly cats.



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Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read more about a class that visits many places.



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Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: Miss Bindergarten

  • Practice /p/ and/k/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Decodable Reader 10: My Cap

  • Grammar: Adjectives for Sizes

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: Patterns in Nature

  • Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy


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Talk with Me, Sing with Me


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Hush, Little Brown Bear

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

And if the winter continues to storm,

Stay in your cave, all safe and warm.

And if it’s still blustery and cold,

You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold.

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.







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Blend Sounds

  • c a p

  • C a m

  • M a c

  • a t















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  • the bear sleeps in winter

  • The bear sleeps in winter.


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Grammar

  • Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things.


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Let’s Write!

  • Simon Says, “clap, clap, clap!”

  • Simon says, “Tap your ___!

  • Clap, clap____! Tap, tap, ____!

  • Simon says, “Pat your ____.”

  • Simon says, “____ your mat.”

  • Pat, pat, pat! Tap! Tap! ____!



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Respond to Literature

Speaking & Listening

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about a bear that lost his tail.



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Today we will learn:

  • Build Background

  • Amazing Words

  • Shared Reading: “How the Bear Lost Its Tail”

  • Review /k/

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences

  • Grammar: Adjectives for Numbers

  • Shared Writing

  • Journal Writing

  • Science: How Heat Is Released

  • Time for Math: What Is Your Favorite?

  • Time for Art: Animal Faces


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Talk with Me, Sing with Me


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Hush, Little Brown Bear

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

And if the winter continues to storm,

Stay in your cave, all safe and warm.

And if it’s still blustery and cold,

You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold.

Hush, little brown bear in the woods,

You’d sleep through the winter if you could.





















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  • there are six children singing

  • There are six children singing.


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Grammar

  • Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things.


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Let’s Write!

  • Mr. Franklin has five cats.

  • Max ate two bananas.

  • Kelly read four books this week.

  • Maria has three blue bows.



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Next week we will read about a mouse and winter. What do you think will happen?

Phonics

Shared Reading

High-Frequency Words



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High Frequency Words

  • we

  • like

  • by

  • more

  • my

  • had

  • word

  • now


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Vocabulary Words

  • bear

  • snores

  • lair


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Amazing Words

  • sleep

  • winter

  • cave

  • woods

  • storm

  • blustery


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ProgressMonitoring


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  • cat

  • cap

  • Cam

  • pat

Read the WordsSet A


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  • caps

  • cast

  • cat

  • map

  • past

  • Cam

Read the WordsSet B


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  • 1. The cats can nap.

  • 2. Cam is my little cat.

  • 3. We can have a cat.

  • 4. Did Pat like the cap?

  • 5. Dad can have the top?

Read the SentencesSet C