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Big Question: What adventures can an animal have?. Author: Dori Chaconas Genre: Rhyming/Concept Book. Big Question: What adventures can an animal have?. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review. Review New Words Progress Monitoring. Monday. Today we will learn:.

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big question what adventures can an animal have
Big Question:What adventures can an animal have?

Author:

DoriChaconas

Genre:

Rhyming/Concept Book

big question what adventures can an animal have2
Big Question:What adventures can an animal have?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Review

today we will learn
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: One Little Mouse
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Consonant Blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Decodable Reader 20: Can It Fit?
  • Grammar: Complete Sentences
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Animal Characteristics
  • Math: Macaroni Math
slide7
A New Woodland Nest

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Mole offered his hole, safe from the cold.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

“A hollow in the vail,” offered the quail.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Night shadows led to her comfortable bed,

“Oh, NOW I really can rest!”

blend sounds
Blend Sounds
  • f l a p
  • f l a t
  • f l i p
  • p l a n
  • p l o t
  • c l a p
  • s l a p
  • s l i p
blending practice
Blending Practice
  • o n
  • d i d
  • l i t
  • i t
  • b a t
  • s a t
  • i n
  • can
  • l i d
  • L i l
  • l a p
  • K i t
  • d o l l
  • T a b
  • n o t
  • f i t
  • h a d
high frequency words review
High Frequency Words Review
  • see
  • do
  • the
  • a
  • that
  • are
  • you
  • they
slide49
i sat in the car
  • I sat in the car.
grammar50
Grammar
  • A complete sentence must have a naming part and an action part.
  • The dog ran.
  • Is this a complete sentence?
  • A complete sentence must start with an uppercase letter and end with a period.
let s write
Let’s Write!
  • Ally rides a bike.
  • Jamie runs in the park.
slide53
Oral Language
  • Comprehension
  • Grammar

Tomorrow we will read One Little Mouse again.

today we will learn55
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: One Little Mouse
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Consonant Blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Phonics Story: My Words
  • Grammar: Complete Sentences
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Animals: Similarities and Differences
slide57
A New Woodland Nest

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Mole offered his hole, safe from the cold.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

“A hollow in the vail,” offered the quail.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Night shadows led to her comfortable bed,

“Oh, NOW I really can rest!”

slide76
Sliding Down the Slippery Slope

Sliding down the slippery slope,

And floating through clear water.

The water slide’s our special ride,

Please go first up the ladder.

Climbing up the platform high,

And stepping up in order.

Just ask me why I like to slide,

And I’ll say it’s in the water!

blending practice79
Blending Practice
  • c r i b
  • c a p
  • c l a p
  • c a n
  • c l a m
  • t a p
  • t r a p
  • c a b
  • c r a b
  • t i p
  • t r i p
high frequency words92
High Frequency Words
  • have
  • I
  • is
  • like
  • you
  • do
  • see
slide94
will he skip and spin
  • Will he skip and spin?
grammar95
Grammar
  • In a complete sentence, we need a naming part and an action part.
  • The first word begins with an uppercase letter.
  • The sentence ends with a period or question mark.
grammar96
Grammar
  • Are these groups of words a complete sentence?
  • Little Mouse ran in the woods.
  • Little Mouse the house
  • Little Mouse saw the moles.
let s write97
Let’s Write!
  • Many animals offered Mouse their house. Let’s write complete sentences about all of them.
slide100
Oral Language
  • Grammar
  • Homework
  • Oral Language
  • Grammar
  • Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about a cat names Flap. What do you think Flap will do in the story?

Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again

today we will learn102
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: One Little Mouse
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Consonant Blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Student Reader: A Home for Flap the Cat
  • Grammar: Action Parts
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Animal Habitats
slide104
A New Woodland Nest

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Mole offered his hole, safe from the cold.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

“A hollow in the vail,” offered the quail.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Night shadows led to her comfortable bed,

“Oh, NOW I really can rest!”

beginning consonants
Beginning Consonants
  • c r a b
  • f l i p
  • c l i p
  • d r o p
  • t r a p
  • s t e p
  • s p i n
ending consonants
Ending Consonants
  • n e s t
  • l i f t
  • s i f t
  • b a n d
  • l a n d
  • m a s k
  • t a s k
  • f a s t
  • p a s t
blend sounds126
Blend Sounds
  • s p o t
  • s i t
  • i n
  • l a p
  • N a t
  • a n d
  • N a n
  • h o p
  • s k i p
  • s t o p
blend sounds127
Blend Sounds
  • F l a p
  • c a t
  • c l a p
  • c a p
  • s i p
  • d r o p s
  • s p o t
  • d o t s
  • o n
  • h i m
slide142
a mouse met a snake
  • A mouse met a snake.
grammar143
Grammar
  • In a complete sentence, we need a naming part and an action part.
  • The first word begins with an uppercase letter.
  • The sentence ends with a period or question mark.
grammar144
Grammar
  • AlphaBuddy dances.
  • What is the action part?
  • AlphaBuddy walks.
  • What is the action part?
  • AlphaBuddy runs.
  • What is the action part?
let s write145
Let’s Write!
  • Nat and Nan had a cat named Flap. I am going to write a sentence about a pet.
  • I have a pet frog.
slide147
Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

Tomorrow we will read about best friends who grow up.

today we will learn149
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: Farfallina and Marcel
  • Consonant Blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Decodable Reader 21: One to Five
  • Grammar: Complete Sentences
  • Shared Writing
  • Journal Writing
  • Time for Science: Similarities and Differences
slide151
A New Woodland Nest

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Mole offered his hole, safe from the cold.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

“A hollow in the vail,” offered the quail.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Night shadows led to her comfortable bed,

“Oh, NOW I really can rest!”

blend sounds158
Blend Sounds
  • l a p
  • s p i n
  • s a t
  • h i d
  • o n
  • i n
  • j u m p
  • m a t
blend sounds159
Blend Sounds
  • l i d
  • t o p
  • f l o p
  • s l a m
  • p l o p
  • r a n
  • l a n d
  • p a n
  • d r o p
high frequency words160
High Frequency Words
  • four
  • one
  • two
  • three
  • five
  • a
slide162
the goose was big
  • The goose was big.
grammar163
Grammar
  • When we write sentences, they need to be complete.
  • A sentence tells us a complete idea.
  • It must have a naming part and an action part.
grammar164
Grammar
  • Listen to this sentence:
  • The dog barked.
  • What is the naming part?
  • The dog
  • What is the action part?
  • barked
grammar165
Grammar
  • What do I have to do to the first letter of every sentence?
  • add an uppercase letter
  • What do I put at the end of the sentence?
  • a period or question mark
let s write166
Let’s Write!

A ____ lives in the sea.

The ______ spins a beautiful web.

slide168
Tomorrow we will read about Peter Rabbit. What adventures do you think he will have?

Respond to Literature

Grammar

Homework Idea

today we will learn170
Today we will learn:
  • Build Background
  • Amazing Words
  • Shared Reading: “The Tale of Peter Rabbit”
  • Consonant Blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences
  • Grammar: Complete Sentences
  • Time for Math: Animal Addition
  • Time for Science: Animal Movement
  • Time for Social Studies: Make a Map
slide172
A New Woodland Nest

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Mole offered his hole, safe from the cold.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodlandnest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

“A hollow in the vail,” offered the quail.

“Oh, but I really can’t rest.”

“I need a new woodland nest,”

Said the mouse, “I want the best.”

Night shadows led to her comfortable bed,

“Oh, NOW I really can rest!”

consonant blends183
Consonant Blends
  • c r a b
  • d r u m
  • t r a i n
  • s t a m p
  • s p o o n
slide197
the mouse fell in the hole
  • The mouse fell in the hole.
grammar198
Grammar
  • In a complete sentence, we need a naming part and an action part.
  • The first word begins with an uppercase letter.
  • The sentence ends with a period or question mark.
let s write199
Let’s Write!
  • Today we will write about our favorite animals and what they did in the stories or songs.
let s write200
Let’s Write!
  • The mouse looked for a house.
  • The frog hopped.
  • The rabbit went to bed.
slide202
Phonics

Shared Reading

High-Frequency Words

Next week we will read about the adventures of three bears and a little girl. What do you think will happen?

high frequency words204
High Frequency Words
  • them
  • about
  • her
  • number
  • some
  • one
  • two
  • three
  • four
  • five
  • six
vocabulary words205
Vocabulary Words
  • mouse
  • frogs
  • snakes
  • cottontails
  • squirrels
  • moles
  • bobwhite quail
  • chickadees
  • porcupine
  • quills
  • opossums
amazing words206
Amazing Words
  • woodland
  • nest
  • vale
  • hollow
  • comfortable
  • shadows
read the words set b
hand
  • spin
  • clap
  • mask
  • trip
  • mist
Read the WordsSet B
read the sentences set c
I have one fast raft.
  • We can see three drops.
  • Two kids are with me.
  • Look at the four maps.
  • Five masks are a lot.
Read the SentencesSet C
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