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T6W3D4. Let’s read some poetry today!. Daily Message. Good Morning, Friends! What is your favorite time of day? Is it morning, afternoon, or evening? I like this time of day because \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_. Love, Mrs. Henley. Word Reading. Phoneme Blending. Hands in the air!.

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t6w3d4
T6W3D4

Let’s read some poetry today!

daily message
Daily Message

Good Morning, Friends!

What is your favorite time of day? Is it morning, afternoon, or evening? I like this time of day because ______________.

Love,

Mrs. Henley

phoneme blending
Phoneme Blending

Hands in the air!

daily language practice
Daily Language Practice
  • maye don come over!
  • wil you rede a story to mee.
poetry link
Poetry Link

Let’s read some silly poems!

poetry link1
Poetry Link
  • Turn to page 218 in your Anthology.
  • Poems can tell stories, give information, share feelings or just be silly.
  • Sometimes poems have rhythm or rhyme.
  • Read the poems’ titles. What do you think these poems will be about?
  • When you read a poem, you listen for rhyming words.
poetry link2
Poetry Link
  • When you read a poem, it’s important to read the title to see what the poem will be about.
  • You should also listen for any rhyming words as you read.
poetry time
Poetry time!

Let’s read! 

think about what you read
Think about what you read
  • What is the poet saying might happen if you step on a sleeping snake?
  • What part of the toucan is very large?
  • What is the only other bird the poet can think of that has a bill as large as a toucan?
  • How are the pictures of the toucan and the snake different from the photographs of the real animals in Red-Eyed Tree Frog? How are they the same?
making words
Making Words

Let’s get out the letter tiles!

web field trip
Web Field Trip

Red-Eyed Tree Frog

Jaguar

Boa Constrictor

Sloth

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