Communities Unit 2
Honey Bees By: Jesus Cervantes What happens inside a bee hive?
Objectives Yesterday: Long e: e, ee, Review long u,e, Inflected ending -ed, High-Frequency Words, and Nouns in Sentences Today: TEST DAY! Spelling and Phonics: Long e: e, ee and VCCV syllable pattern Skill: High-Frequency WordsGrammar: Nouns in Sentences
Morning Warm-Up! This week we read about bees and ants. These insects live together in groups. Each one has a special job to do.
Question of the Day • How can insects be like a community?
Review Oral Vocabulary • Find words in the message that: • name an insect that is industrious • means the opposite of individual • means “different in some way”
individual Amazing Words industrious slither special romp creep eagerly wander Objective: Build oral vocabulary.
Just what do they mean? individual – one person industrious – working hard special – different from or really good creep – to move slowly and quietly
Just what do they mean? slither – to move along by sliding romp – to move or play in a lively way eagerly – with excitement wander – to move from place to place without a reason
Share Literature –Listen and Respond Time to Listen Read Aloud • Yesterday we listened to find out where the ants were in such a hurry to go. • Today listen to find out how the ants carried a big cake home. The Ant Parade
Listening Comprehension • How did the ants carry a big cake back home? • How are the ants in the story like real ants? How are they different?
Blending Strategy We have had words like theseandPete. Long e: e, ee we = we seed = seed me see need sleep wheel he beef free she queen green teethdeep
Long e: e, ee Word Review
Blending Strategy We have had words like tabandlet. Syllables VCCV tablet = tabletuntil attic kitten rabbit problem traffic button hidden object fabric
Words To Know
Sentences To Read
The bee fed on sweet nectar. The cheese is a rat’s best meal. The chick peeps until it becomes free. The deep green dish belongs to Lee. It will take a week for the weeds to grow back. Keep the three things for the queen. Keep your teeth for your pillow.
Long e: e, ee and Syllables VCCV Review Keep the pet rabbit in a deepbasket. Will sheneed a sheet from the tablet? See the kitten in that green pine tree. Sweets are not good for your teeth.