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Concept Question what difference can a great idea make?. Unit 5. When does a problem need a clever solution?. How can new ideas help us see things differently?. Why do we want to find answers to some questions?. What great ideas make our lives easier?.

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    1. Concept Question what difference can a great idea make? Unit 5 When does a problem need a clever solution? How can new ideas help us see things differently? Why do we want to find answers to some questions? What great ideas make our lives easier? How can a great idea change the way we live? How can you use something familiar in a new way?

    2. Morning Warm UpDay 1 Some problems are hard to solve. Someonly get fixed because someone had a clever idea. When does a problem need a clever solution?

    3. Connect to Unit 4 • What did Aunt Lucy think was going to be the problem with Uncle Jon’s unbeatable bread? • What was Miss Nancy’s problem and how did Wilfrid Gordon solve it?

    4. clever intend predicament proudly plumper scrawny advice wise

    5. phonemic awareness Substituting initial phonemes listen to the sounds in this word ... h ow “how” Now listen as I change the first sound to /n/ ... n ow “now” Let’s blend the words below.

    6. The letters OW can stand for the /ou/ sound that you hear at the beginning of owl. • h ow how • fr ow n frown • g ow n gown • pl ow plow • ch ow chow • cr ow d crowd • p ow d er powder

    7. Add an n after the w in brow. • change the br to d • change the d to t • change the t to cl • change the l to r • change the n to d

    8. check word reading Monitor progress

    9. how 6. cow • town 7. clown • down 8. frown • now 9. crowd • brown 10. growl • High Frequency Words • 11. eyes 12. never

    10.   Monkey was very, very hungry, and just a few feet away stood a mango tree full of delicious fruit. There was only one problem: Alligator slept at the foot of the tree.    “What a predicament!” hollered Monkey. He thought for a moment andscratched his head. Then he remembered how easy it was to trick Alligator.Monkey had a great idea.    “Hey, Alligator!” Monkey called. “Let me see those big, white teeth of yours.”    Alligator knew better than to trust Monkey, but he was proud of his teeth,so he opened his mouth wide.    "Just as I thought!" Monkey said. "Too bad for you."    "What's wrong with my teeth?" Alligator asked.    "Why, they are yellow!" Monkey said. "You need a good cleaning!"    "Oh," Alligator said, snapping his mouth shut. "That's awful."    "You should get them cleaned." Monkey said.    "You're right," Alligator replied, "but who is cleverenough to clean alligator teeth?"    "It just so happens that I am," Monkey said. "Wouldyou like me to clean yours?"    Alligator happily agreed. Not only would he get histeeth cleaned, but he would eat Monkey for dinner.    Monkey gathered two large sticks and told Alligator,"Open wide. I have to prop your mouth open."    Monkey put the sticks into Alligator's mouth sothat Alligator couldn't close it. "Wait here while Iget my cleaning supplies," Monkey said.    Monkey jumped up into the mango tree and atemangoes until his tummy was full. Then hegathered as many as he could hold in his arms.He jumped down to the ground and ran until hewas far away from Alligator.    Later, Alligator's mother walked by andsaw her son with two large sticks holdinghis mouth open.    "What are you doing?" she asked.    "I'm getting my teeth cleaned!"Alligator said.    "Silly, Alligator," she replied."Monkey tricked you once again!"

    11. Listening ComprehensionCharacter, setting, and plot • Characters are the people or animals in a story • The setting is where it takes place • What happens in the story is the plot. • Good listeners pay attention to the characters, setting and plot. The Mango Tree

    12. Daily Fix It • The blu car is fast than the red car. • The yellow car are the fastist.

    13. Daily Fix It • The blu car is fast than the red car. • The blue car is faster than the red car. • The yellow car are the fastist. • The yellow car is the fastest.

    14. Wrap Up Your Day! Preview Day 2 The Mango Tree Tomorrow we will read about a clever chicken who tricks a hungry crocodile

    15. Morning Warm UpDay 2 Today we will read about Mrs. Chicken. Listen closely. Think about he story. What is Mrs. Chicken’s clever idea?

    16. genre: Animal Fantasy Proudly: In a way that shows you think well of yourself. Why does Mrs. Chicken speak proudly of herself? What does crocodile think of Mrs. Chicken? Let’s read and find out.

    17. clever intend predicament proudly plumper scrawny advice wise

    18. phonemic awareness Substituting initial phonemes listen to the sounds in this word ... s i m p l “simple” Now listen as I change the first sound to /d/ ... d i m p l “dimple” Let’s blend the words below.

    19. Silly Button You can read these words because we have studied them already. We can divide them into syllables. Read each syllable and blend them together to make the word. Today we will learn more two-syllable words. • lit tle little • mid dle middle • jin gle jingle • wad dle waddle • rat tle rattle • bub ble bubble • dan gle dangle • jun gle jungle • gig gle giggle • can dle candle • bot tle bottle • ped dle peddle • hud dle huddle • hur dle hurdle

    20. simple • change the i to an a • change the mp to dd • change the s to p • change the a to u • change the dd to rp

    21. word reading (monitor progress)

    22. how 6. cow • town 7. clown • down 8. frown • now 9. crowd • brown 10. growl • High Frequency Words • 11. eyes 12. never

    23. check dictation sentences • The clown has big eyes. • I have never seen a brown cow. • Let’s go down to town. • How big is the crowd now?

    24. Interactive Writing“Questions” • Think of a topic you want to ask about. • How will we begin each sentence? • What do we put at the end of an asking sentence? • What other words do we capitalize? • Now ... Write three questions about our topic.

    25. Daily Fix It • I have too doges. • Are the cats runing on you’re wall?

    26. Daily Fix It • I have too doges. • I have two dogs. • 2. Are the cats runing on you’re wall? • Are the cats running on your wall?

    27. listening and speaking (make an announcement)

    28. Wrap Up Your Day! High Frequency words consonant – le words • I walked along a path. • I was behind a brown cow. • We were walking towards that town. bab ble babble pud dle puddle chuc kle chuckle Tomorrow we will read about a clever chick who outsmarts a dog. Preview Day 3 What did Mrs. Chicken use to convince the crocodile that they were really sisters?

    29. Morning Warm UpDay 3 Today we will read about a little chick and how she solved her problem. What do you do when you have a problem?

    30. clever intend predicament proudly plumper scrawny advice wise

    31. Yesterday when we read this book we listened for what Mrs. Chicken was proud of. Today we will listen to find out what happens at Crocodile’s house. Listen carefully for the amazing words plumper and scrawny. • Where does the crocodile live? • Why doesn’t the crocodile eat Mrs. Chicken right away? • What happens to Mrs. Chicken and the crocodile while they wait for her eggs to hatch? • How do you think Mrs. Chicken came up with that clever solution?

    32. fluent word reading • scowl ... you can read this word because you know the letters ow make the /ou/ sound. • paddle ... you can read this word because you can divide it into syllables ... pad dle = paddle. • You can use these rules when you come to a new word.

    33. owl uncle drown startle crowd thimble find these words as you sing “Little Problems.” little down now frown wow able how more practice

    34. find these words as you sing “Little Problems.” • little • down • now • frown • wow • able • how

    35. now brown town crowd tattle single topple trample sort words now tattle brown single topple trample town crowd consonant – le words ow words

    36. how 6. cow • town 7. clown • down 8. frown • now 9. crowd • brown 10. growl • High Frequency Words • 11. eyes 12. never

    37. build background

    38. High frequency words (Monitor Progress)

    39. Before you read - Comprehension Character Setting Plot Who and what is the story about? Where do the events take place? What happens at the beginning? In the middle? at the end?

    40. Daily Fix It • Fix the door, dan • mop the floor, kate.

    41. Daily Fix It • Fix the door, dan • Fix the door, Dan. • mop the floor, kate. • Mop the floor, Kate.

    42. Writing trait of the week:Voice • voice shows how a writer feels about a topic.

    43. Commands • a command is something a character is being asked to do.