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Big Question: How do chameleons change?. Author : Russell Benfanti Genre : Concept Book. Big Question: How do chameleons change?. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review. Review New Words Progress Monitoring. Monday. Today we will learn:. Build Background Amazing Words

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big question how do chameleons change
Big Question:How do chameleons change?

Author:

Russell Benfanti

Genre:

Concept Book

big question how do chameleons change1
Big Question:How do chameleons change?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Review

today we will learn
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: Hide, Clyde!
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Practice /o/
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Decodable Reader 17: The Mop
  • Grammar: Sentences
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Where Animals Live
slide7

Oh, Little Chameleon

Oh, little chameleon,

always trying to hide.

He scampered through the jungle,

many miles wide.

When he senses danger,

he changes his skin.

To a color or pattern

that he can hide in.

slide25

__ x

  • ox
  • m__p
  • mop
  • d__t
  • dot
  • h__t
  • hot
  • l__t
  • lot
slide26

m__m

  • mom
  • n__t
  • not
  • p__p
  • pop
  • p__t
  • pot
  • t__p
  • top
blend sounds
Blend Sounds
  • m o p
  • t o p
  • r o d
  • o n
  • p o d
blending practice
Blending Practice
  • T o m
  • m o p
  • t o p
  • c o t
  • c a n
  • o n
  • D o t
  • P a t
  • f i t
  • s i t
  • n a p
  • a t
slide43

the door is open

  • The door is open.
grammar1
Grammar
  • When we put words together to tell a complete idea, we make a sentence.
  • The cat sat on a hat.
  • What does the sentence tell us?
  • Sentences being with uppercase letters and end with periods.
grammar2
Grammar
  • the house
  • We will paint the house.
  • Which of these groups of words is a sentence?
  • How do you know it is a sentence?
  • What does the sentence tell us?
let s write
Let’s Write!
  • The black spider spins a web.
  • The dog and the kitten play in the house.
slide48

Oral Language

  • Comprehension
  • Grammar

Tomorrow we will read about Clyde again.

today we will learn1
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: Hide, Clyde!
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Practice /o/
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Phonics Story: A Cap for Tom
  • Grammar: Sentences
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Social Studies: Identify Events in a Sequence
slide52

Oh, Little Chameleon

Oh, little chameleon,

always trying to hide.

He scampered through the jungle,

many miles wide.

When he senses danger,

he changes his skin.

To a color or pattern

that he can hide in.

slide65

Fox, Fox , Cleans His Shop

Fox, Fox, cleans his shop.

He uses a spotted mop.

Fox, Fox, scrubs a lot.

His job makes him toasty hot.

Fox, Fox, pops a top.

On a spotted chair he'll flop.

Fox, Fox, did the job.

Don't tell him he missed a blob!

blending practice1
Blending Practice
  • n o t
  • T o m
  • c a n
  • ca p
  • o n
  • it
  • r a t
  • in
  • p o t
slide71

i wish i could change colors

  • I wish I could change colors.
grammar4
Grammar
  • When we put words together to tell a complete idea, we make a sentence.
  • Sentences being with uppercase letters and end with periods or question marks.
slide76

Oral Language

  • Grammar
  • Homework
  • Oral Language
  • Grammar
  • Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read more about chameleons.

Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again

today we will learn2
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: Hide, Clyde!
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Practice /o/
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Student Reader: Chameleons
  • Grammar: Meaningful Word Groups
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Where’s Clyde?
slide80

Oh, Little Chameleon

Oh, little chameleon,

always trying to hide.

He scampered through the jungle,

many miles wide.

When he senses danger,

he changes his skin.

To a color or pattern

that he can hide in.

letter substitution
Letter Substitution
  • hat
  • hot
  • hit
  • bat
  • bit
  • big
  • bag
  • pot
  • pit
  • pat
blend sounds1
Blend Sounds
  • t o p
  • c a n
  • s i t
  • b i t
  • o n
  • p i t s
  • i n
  • n a p
new words
New Words
  • chameleons
  • rocks
slide108

they are not on top

  • They are not on top.
grammar6
Grammar
  • frogs, hop, can
  • When I say these words like this, they are just words. They don’t tell us anything.
  • Now let’s change the order.
  • Frogs can hop.
  • Now the words tell me something.
grammar7
Grammar
  • When we put words together in a meaningful group, they become a sentence.
  • Change the order of these next words to make a meaningful word group or sentence.
grammar8
Grammar
  • spots, frogs, have
  • Frogs have spots.
  • pond, sit, a, frogs, in
  • Frogs sit in a pond.
  • Mom, not, does, frogs, like
  • Mom does not like frogs.
grammar9
Grammar
  • green, spots, have, of, lots, frogs
  • Frogs have lots of green spots.
let s write1
Let’s Write!
  • They did not drop the rocks.
  • You have a spot on the top of your hat.
slide115

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about seeds and how they grow.

today we will learn3
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: Seeds
  • Practice /o/
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Decodable Reader 18: Tip the Top
  • Grammar: Sentences
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Edible Plants
slide119

Oh, Little Chameleon

Oh, little chameleon,

always trying to hide.

He scampered through the jungle,

many miles wide.

When he senses danger,

he changes his skin.

To a color or pattern

that he can hide in.

high frequency words2
High Frequency Words
  • of
  • you
  • the
  • is
  • they
slide131

alphaBuddy wants a pet

  • AlphaBuddy wants a pet.
grammar11
Grammar
  • A sentence is a group of words that tells us a complete idea.
  • All sentences begin with an uppercase letter and end with a period or question mark.
  • seeds need water to sprout
  • Seeds need water to sprout.
let s write2
Let’s Write!
  • The _____ is on top of the _____.
slide135

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about other animals that hide.

today we will learn4
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: “Color Me Chameleon”
  • Review /o/
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences
  • Grammar: Sentences
  • Time for Science: Time Lines
  • Time for Art: Make Clyde!
  • Time for Math: Colorful Patterns
slide139

Oh, Little Chameleon

Oh, little chameleon,

always trying to hide.

He scampered through the jungle,

many miles wide.

When he senses danger,

he changes his skin.

To a color or pattern

that he can hide in.

slide160

do you like me

  • Do you like me?
grammar13
Grammar
  • A sentence is a group of words that tells us a complete idea.
  • All sentences begin with an uppercase letter and end with a periodorquestionmark.
grammar14
Grammar
  • Which group of words are sentences?
  • mouse cat
  • Her doll has a red dress.
  • They are on the top.
  • mop the
let s write3
Let’s Write!
  • A chameleon lives in the jungle.
  • Chameleons can change the color of their skin.
  • Seeds need moisture to grow.
slide165

Phonics

Shared Reading

High-Frequency Words

Next week we will read about the adventures of a family of bunnies.

high frequency words5
High Frequency Words
  • they
  • of
  • then
  • so
  • you
  • many
  • these
  • each
vocabulary words3
Vocabulary Words
  • brothers
  • mother
  • window
  • bumblebee
  • creatures
amazing words5
Amazing Words
  • chameleon
  • jungle
  • pattern
  • skin
  • hide
  • scampered
read the words set b

not

  • pots
  • pods
  • nod
  • Tom
  • dots
Read the WordsSet B
read the sentences set c

Tom sees the map.

  • They like my little cat.
  • The dog stops to hop.
  • You have the pots.
  • He sat on top of the bin.
Read the SentencesSet C