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Lesson 14 Day 2. You need your book, journal, workbook, and pencil on your desk. ary. Question of the day. What types of wildlife live near you? Some types of wildlife that live near me are __________. Read Aloud: why might we read a poem?. To whom is the writer speaking in this poem?

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Lesson 14 day 2

Lesson 14 Day 2

You need your book, journal, workbook, and pencil on your desk.


Question of the day
Question of the day

  • What types of wildlife live near you?

  • Some types of wildlife that live near me are __________.

Read aloud why might we read a poem
Read Aloud: why might we read a poem?

  • To whom is the writer speaking in this poem?

  • What does the writer want this creature to do? Why?

  • Do you think the creature will go or stay?

  • What rhyming words do you hear in the poem?

  • Hey, bug!

  • Hey! Bug, stay!

  • Don’t run away,

  • I know a game that we can play.

  • I’ll hold my fingers very still

  • And you can climb a finger-hill.

  • No, no,

  • Don’t go.

  • Here’s a wall-a tower, too,

  • A tiny bug town, just for you.

  • I’ve a cookie. You have some.

  • Take this oatmeal cookie crumb.

  • Hey, bug, stay!

  • Hey, bug!

  • Hey!

Phonics v cv and vc v syllable patterns
Phonics: V/ cv and vc /v syllable patterns

  • Notice that is the 1st syllable made the short sound the word was divided after the consonant.

  • f the 1st syllable made the long sound the word was divided after the vowel.

  • V / vc vc /v

  • Let’s work together to divide these words into syllables.

  • robin

  • rob/in vc /v short

  • petal

  • pet/al vc /v short

  • broken

  • bro/ken v / cv long

  • taken

  • ta/ ken v / cv long

  • wagon

  • wag/on vc / v short

  • music

  • mu /sic v / cv long

  • final

  • fi / nal v /cv long

  • total

  • to/ tal v / cv long

  • hotel

  • ho/ tel v / cv long

  • pupil

  • pu/ pil v /cv long


Open your book to page 406-407. Let’s look at this together.

  • When you suppose something, you think it is true.

  • The word is…

  • suppose

  • What is the word?

  • suppose

  • Has there ever been a time when you supposed something might happen, and it did? Explain.

  • What do you suppose you would see in the Florida Everglades?


  • Birds roost, or perch, when they sleep in trees at night.

  • The word is…

  • roost

  • What is the word?

  • roost

  • Why might a bird roost in a tree?

  • Why might the birds roost in treetops?


  • If someone spears something, he or she sticks something sharp through it.

  • The word is…

  • spears

  • What is the word?

  • spears

  • What kinds of things might a woodpecker spear?

  • How would a great blue heron use its beak to spear fish?


  • If something strikes something else, it hits it.

  • The word is…

  • strikes

  • What is the word?

  • strikes

  • Have you ever had hail or sleet strike you?

  • How can it be helpful for lightning to strike a forest?


  • When you get a glimpse of something, you get only a quick peek at it.

  • The word is…

  • glimpse

  • What is the word?

  • glimpse

  • If you caught a glimpse of something at the beach, what might it have been?

  • Where would you catch a glimpse of a nesting bird?


  • A maze is a winding set of paths that is like a puzzle.

  • The word is…

  • maze

  • What is the word?

  • maze

  • What is it like to walk in a maze?

  • In what ways can a maze of roots be helpful to fish?


  • The transformation of the hole began when the bear scratched the bark.

  • If someone or something has gone through a transformation, it has been changed.

  • The word is…

  • transformation

  • What is the word?

  • transformation

  • What would be a bigger transformation – getting your bedroom tidied, or wearing a new outfit?


  • Many of the animals lived in harmony with one another.

  • The word is…

  • harmony

  • What is the word?

  • harmony

  • If family members lived in harmony, would they help each other, or would they quarrel?

  • List animals that live in harmony with each other.


1. The two boys ran to the playground, and he went on the swings

2. Kayla went on the slide. They had fun.

3. Amy asked him, "Mom, can me have my allowance?"







  • When the tree was on the ground, the spider moved in so ______ could eat bugs.

  • it, he, or she

  • Some beetles eat tree bark for _______ meals.

  • their

  • Write a sentence using one of the pronouns from these sentences.

  • Share with a partner.

  • One small place in a tree. How does it get there?

  • The bugs climb in, and they make a home.

  • it - place they – bugs

  • The mice moved into the hole and made _________ home.

  • their

  • The frog liked the water. _________ could swim

  • It, He, or She

Writing cause and effect
Writing: cause and Effect




The timber beetles made more holes in the tree bark.

The bear scratched the tree bark

Timber beetles move in under the bark.

  • A cause and effect paragraph explain why something happened.

  • Writers need to include enough details, or elaborate, for readers to understand what happened and why it happened.

  • You try!

  • Draw a graphic organizer like this one and think of an event that you could write about.

  • Some events have more than one cause or more than one effect.