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  1. Unit 3 Week 4 What changes happen in a garden? Frog and Toad Together Comprehension Strategy: Author’s Purpose Visualize Genre: Animal Fantasy Phonemic Awareness: Isolate Final Phonemes Segment and Blend Phonemes Add Phonemes Phonics: Vowel: r-Controlled ar Adding Endings

  2. Day One Daily Menu Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five

  3. Day One Day Four

  4. StreetRhymes! In March we plant seeds for hours, April brings sunshine and showers. Tiny sprouts will grow soon, And finally in June, The plants will have colorful flowers.

  5. Page 118-119 What are all the people in the picture doing?People can help plants grow.How is the woman helping the plants to grow?We can water plants.Where are the plants she is watering?In a greenhouse.A greenhouse lets in sunlight.

  6. The song says that a gardener knows what makes a garden grow. A gardener decides what to plant in the spring. Gardener Nature sprout

  7. gardener A gardener decides what to plant in the spring. A gardener can grow flowers, vegetables, or trees.

  8. Turn and Talk If I were a gardener, I would ____________________. When I’m outside one thing I enjoy about nature is ____________. When a seed sprouts, it becomes a _________.

  9. nature Nature Flowers are a part of nature. What other things are parts of nature. Nature is… trees, sky, animals.

  10. Putting - ing Identify actions that end in –ing.

  11. -ing -ed tagged digging stepped shutting dotted shutting ripped hopping batting

  12. dripping stopped sipped ringing shutting planning hopped tapping hummed yelled asked zipped p. 361

  13. Stepped Mopped Jogged Tapped Flopped Stepping Hopped Slipped Tripped Dapped Napped Running Hopping Dripping Stopped Tapping getting Hopping Buffy Decodable Reader 16A Buffy Huffed Puffed Do You Could Was A good People Into Look

  14. Unit 3 Week 4 What changes happen in a garden? Frog and Toad Together - 2 Comprehension Strategy: Author’s Purpose Visualize Genre: Animal Fantasy Phonemic Awareness: Isolate Final Phonemes Segment and Blend Phonemes Add Phonemes Phonics: Vowel: r-Controlled ar Adding Endings

  15. Content Knowledge What does the song mean when it says, “It takes time to see the plants”? shade Each tree and weed and lima bean Shows its favorite shade of green. Turn and Talk Each tree and weed and lima bean _____ its favorite shade of green.

  16. Content Knowledge What does the song mean when it says, “It takes time to see the plants”? dim The sun grows dim, the wind blows cold. Turn and Talk The sun grows _________.

  17. The Sound of ar - artist Segment and Blend Words car barn b ar n harp jar yarn yar n arm hard har d garden start s t ar t mark farm f ar m tar star s t ar

  18. d a r k s t a r t s M a r ch p a r k t a r

  19. Will it be dark when we get home? Spring starts in March. The lot by the park is patched with tar.

  20. letting thanking digging kicked napped banged dipped wishing tagged sinking planning listed

  21. letting thanking digging kicked napped banged dipped wishing tagged sinking planning listed

  22. Nat slipped on the ice. He kissed and hugged his mom. Kim likes batting and pitching.

  23. Day Three

  24. Content Knowledge Expand the Concept What does the song tell us about what seeds need before they can become plants? sunshine rain time to grow

  25. Build Oral Language Listen to our story, “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and about the magic beans. How is it different from the seeds in Frog and Toad? Animal Fantasy: Made up story with animals Animals do things that real animals can’t do.

  26. Turn & Talk How does Jack’s seed change quickly? Add to Concept Map

  27. Amazing Words humongous Jack’s beanstalk was so humongous that he could not even see the top. When something is humongous, it is very very _________. The humongous cake was enough to serve one hundred people. Her humongous dog could hardly fit inside the car. What is something humongous that you have seen? hu – mong - ous

  28. Today we are going to add sounds to words to make new words. Look at the picture and find a car. Listen as I say the sounds in car: k ar. If I add the sound t to the end of car, I make a new word: car t cart.

  29. The Sound of ar - artist Segment and Blend Words y ar n - yarn car b ar n - barn are m - arm harp s t ar t - start jar f ar m - farm seal s t ar- star seek car d - card seed ten t - tent seat for k - fork s t ar k - stark

  30. a r p a r t s p a r k s s h a r k p a r k t a r p

  31. I know the sounds for d, ar, and k. I blend them and read the word dark. dark I know how to read words with base words and endings.. The base word is clap and the ending is –ing. I blend them and read the word clapping. clapping

  32. Fluent Word Reading Say the sounds in your head for each spelling you see. Look for word parts you know. when I point to the word, we’ll read it together. fibbing mark fanned farm start plugged snapping p. 361

  33. Phonics Blend and Read Each word in these lists has either a double consonant ending or the sound /ar/ spelled ar. Let’s blend and read these words.

  34. Phonics

  35. Phonics

  36. Spelling Say and Spell Clap it Out Say Word Spell it Say it

  37. Spelling ask

  38. Spelling asked

  39. Spelling plan

  40. Spelling planned

  41. Spelling help