Reading Street Unit 4 Week 3
What is changing in our world? How can a surprise be a treasure? What treasures can we create? What treasures can we find in the earth? How can we share special days? What treasures can we share at home? What treasures can we share with neighbors?
Day 1 Morning Warm Up! Great treasures can be everywhere. They can be different colors and shapes. Turn over a rock. Dig in the ground. What treasures can we find in the earth?
Amazing Words exvcavatefossilsoilabandonsplintersunkendecompose nourish
Oral Vocabulary: Share Literature Did You Ever See a Dinosaur? Did you ever see a dinosaur? No, I didn’t think so. But we can see their fossils. They formed long ago. So isn’t it great? That we can excavate? Old bones are in the soil. Dig way down below.
Phonemic Awareness (Blend and Segment Onset/Rime) r o m r om roam f om foam l od load r od road t od toad
Phonemic Awareness (Blend and Segment Onset/Rime) l o low m o mow r o row b ot boat fl ot float
Long o: oa, ow Teach/Model (Click to make the sounds appear, then click again for words.) g o t goat grow g r o s o p soap low l o f float l o t sh o show More Words You Can Blend mow loaf coal growth toast know groan pillow
Build Words Change the “k” in oak to “t”. What is the new word? oat Add “b” to the beginning of oat. What is the new word? boat Change the “b” to “fl”. What is the new word? float Change the “at” to “w”. What is the new word? flow Add “n” to the word. What is the new word? flown Blend the following words. What is the same about these words? grown blown shown flown
Check Word Reading Long o: oa, ow own moan crow soak yellow stove coax robe blown those storm coach flow horn short
Word Wall Words colors do how many oh one said saw where you Apply Phonics: PracticeFind “oa” and “ow” words in the story, “Joan’s Boat”. Sort the words below. boat blow float own goat(s) soap row show Joan Joan’s slow moan tow oa ow boat Joan blow slow float Joan’s own tow moan row goat(s) show soap
Build Background -Develop Concepts Let’s Talk AboutGrowing and Changing Tell me about what you see here. What do you think they will find? What do you think the men will do with the treasures they excavate? Tell me about the tools the men are using. Use soil in your answer. Why do you think it is easier to find fossils in the country than in the city?
Build Background -Develop Concepts Let’s Talk AboutChanges in Nature What treasures can we find in the earth? What treasures might Mr. Bones find in the earth? What other treasures might Mr. Bones look for? We predict Mr. Bones will find dinosaur bones in the earth. He might find animal teeth, too.
Daily Fix-It The sno covered the road? she will help row the bote.
Daily Fix-It The sno covered the road? The snow covered the road. she will help row the bote. She will help row the boat.
Grammar: Teach/Model Verbs That Add -s Practice: Name something that is enormous. Use adjective “enormous” and the noun it describes in a sentence. Name something that is teeny. Use the adjective “teeny” and the noun it describes in a sentence.
Wrap Up Your Day! Long o: oa, ow boat What letters make the long “o” sound in boat? snow What letters make the long “o” sound in snow? coat blow Did the author write about fossils to teach us something or to entertain us? What treasures did the author tell us about that can be found in the earth? Today we learned about fossils. What other treasures do you think you might find in the earth?
Day 2 Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about treasures found on the beach. The ocean brings in small shells, tiny sharks’ teeth, and giant piles of rope. What treasure would you like to find on the beach?
Amazing Words excavatefossilsoil abandonsplintersunkendecompose nourish
Phonemic Awareness: Segment Phonemes (Click to make the sounds appear, then click again for words.) s p l a sh splash s q er m squirm strike s t r i k throw th r o scratch s c r a ch s t r a p strap s p r a spray
Three-Letter Blends : Model/Teach(Click to make the sounds appear, then click again for words.) c r e m cream s c r e m scream shrink sh r i n k s p r a spray s t r i p strip th r e three s p l a sh splash Blend these words: shrimp scrape spring stretch throat shrug
Build Words split Change the “t” to “nt”. What is the new word? splint Change the “l” to “r”. What is the new word? sprint Change the “t” to “g”. What is the new word? spring Change the “p” to “t”. What is the new word? string
Check Word ReadingThree-letter Blends scrap strong throw stream shrub trick squirt spin sprain screen plant string trust thrill strict
Spelling: Practice Long o: oa, ow (Click to Check Dictation) You can’t see the wild white cat in the snow. Once we went on a big boat. Please clean your yellow coat with soap. We will plant a row of corn by the road.
Word Wall Words afraid again said saw was Does this story happen during the day or after dark? How do you know? Why might it be unsafe to try to trip wild animals like raccoons? Do you think Neil was brave or foolish? Do you think this story could happen in real life? Can you find some three-letter consonant words in this story? scram scream splash stream string stripes strong
Words to Read Read the Words “Once the wild T.Rex roamed the West. But not anymore. T. Rex bones have been found in many places. Workers took the bones and put them together. Look at that mouth! Those teeth are sharp.
Interactive Writing WriteElaboration Song: Did You Ever See a Dinosaur? The first word is “I”. How do I write that word? What sound do you hear at the beginning of the word “think”? What letters stand for that sound? I think dinosaurs were big and had pointy teeth. I think they had scaly skin, too. I think they were brown or gray.
Daily Fix-It The rode had lots of snow on it? she wore a yello coat.
Daily Fix-It The rode had lots of snow on it? The road had lots of snow on it. she wore a yello coat. She wore a yellow coat.
Grammar Develop the Concept:Adjectives for Sizes Adjectives tell about the size of things. What adjective would describe a Tyrannosaurus Rex? This is an elephant. It is huge. Huge is an adjective describing the size of an elephant, so it comes before the word elephant. huge elephant Go to next slide.
Using Size Words for Animals Humongous hippo tiny kitten tall giraffe Long Lizard
Speaking and Listening Summarize Information • I am going to read two articles about dogs and cats. • Each article has a different point of view about dogs and cats. • Both these articles state facts about dogs and cats. Go to next slide.
Top Five Reasons Cats Are Better Pets Than Dogs 1. No barking! Cats use their voices only when they think it is necessary: want inside, want food, want petting. 2. They set their own schedule. They pretty much eat, sleep, and play when they feel like it. 3. Don’t Need to Be Walked. They walk wherever they want to any time they want to…just try to stop them! 4. They don’t mess up the house. Okay, they scratch. Get them a scratching post and keep their nails done. At least they don’t tear up your trash or your favorite books and scatter them all over the house. 5. Cleanliness! We clean our own ears, coats, paws, and other parts. We even clean each other. No smelly dog odors and no need for bathing and scrubbing.
Which Will it Be? Dog or Cat After reading each of these articles, I have some of my own opinions about cats and dogs. I am glad that cats are so clean and take care of themselves. I like it because dogs are so friendly and loyal. I don’t like it that cats only do what they want most of the time. I am not pleased at all about the way dogs tear things up and make messes. How do these articles make you feel about cats and dogs? Tell me some of your opinions. Which do you think would make a better pet?
Wrap Up Your Day! Look for the high-frequency words in these sentences: I once found a fossil. I took it to the museum. They told me it was a piece of bone from the mouth of a wild animal. s k w square – “squ” stands for which sounds? squirt squint squeak squeal Let’s Talk About It Recall the song: “Did You Ever See a Dinosaur?” What treasures did this song tell about?
Day 3 Morning Warm Up! Today we will read about Barnum Brown. He likes to dig for big bones.What kind of big bones mightBarnum Brown find when he digs?
Amazing Words excavatefossilsoil abandonsplintersunkendecompose nourish
Long o: oa, ow and three Letter Blends Teach/Model You can read this word because you know that “oa” can stand for the Long o sound. What’s the word? road You know how to read this word because you know how to blend consonant words together. What is this word? scrap When you come to a new word look at all the letters in the word. Think about how to blend all the sounds together. Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word. Watch me say these words: soap elbow scrub Let’s read these words together. splash street spring throat crow
Word Reading: Phonics Songs and Rhymes Chart 21 Frame each of the following words on the Phonics Songs and Rhymes Chart whoa strong loads scrape splendid scratch roamed thrill
Phonemic Awareness (Long o: oa, ow)Find the word in each pair with the long “o” sound. three throw throw boast burst boast slow splotch slow roast street roast thrill throat throat grown spray grown
Build Background What are these people, paleontologists, digging for? Why do paleontologists want to dig up old bones? What do you think is the best thing about being a paleontologist?
Word Reading Check High-Frequency Words found once wild took mouth other work now were nothing
Vocabulary: Synonyms Synonyms for Huge and Gigantic big large fat giant grand great
Daily Fix-It 5. Mom made a lofe of bread We cleaned the toy bote?
Daily Fix-It 5. Mom made a lofe of bread Mom made a loaf of bread. We cleaned the toy bote? We cleaned the toy boat.