Goldilocks and the Three Bears • Day One • Day Two • Day Three • Day Four • Day Five • Word Work • High Frequency Words • Phonics Practice • Additional Resources
Characters • Characters are the people or animals in stories. They can be realor make-believe. • Are the characters in Goldilocks and the Three Bears make-believeor real?
/g/ gum garden goat
/gl/ gl ove
Word Practice gl a d
Word Practice gl a ss
Word Practice gr a b
Word Practice gr i n
Word Practice cr a b
Word Practice cl o ck
Word Practice bl a ck
Word Practice sn a p
Word Practice four one two
Let’s Write Telling Sentences • A telling sentence is a statement about something. • It begins with an uppercase letter and ends with a period. • It must have a naming part and an action part.
Telling Sentences The little girl is sitting. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action part (verb), box the describing word (adjective) Capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect
Telling Sentences I apple Is this a complete sentence? How can we change it to make it a telling sentence?
Telling Sentences The red box fell. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action word (verb), box the describing word (adjective) capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect
Telling Sentences two Boys ran. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action word (verb), box the describing word (adjective) capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect
Telling Sentences –Make a Sentence Adjective Noun Verb
Shared Reading • Pages 2–3 How many bears lived together in the cottage in the woods? • Pages 4–5 What did the father, mother, and baby bears decide to do one morning? Have you ever eaten porridge? • Pages 6–7 While the bears were gone, who wandered by their cottage?
Shared Reading • Pages 8–9 What did Goldilocks do before she went inside? What did she see once she was inside the cottage? • Pages 10–11 Whose porridge did Goldilocks try first? How do you think porridge would taste? • Pages 12–13 Which chair did Goldilocks like best? Do Goldilocks and the three bears seem to notice each other? How can you tell?
Shared Reading • Pages 14–15 What happened when Goldilocks sat in the baby bear's chair? How do you think the baby bear will feel about his chair? • Pages 16–17 What did Goldilocks try next? • Pages 18–19 What happened when Goldilocks tried the baby bear's bed? Who returned home?
Shared Reading • Pages 20–21 What did Goldilocks leave in the father bear's and mother bear's porridge? How did the baby bear know someone had been eating his porridge? • Pages 22–23 How did the mother bear and father bear know that someone had been sitting in their chairs? How does the baby bear know someone had been sitting in his chair? • Pages 24–25 Where did the three bears go next? What do you think they are looking for upstairs?
Shared Reading • Pages 26–27 How did the mother bear and father bear know someone had been sleeping in their beds? What did the mother bear and father bear say when they saw that their beds had been messed up? • Pages 28–29 Who did baby bear find in his bed? What is Goldilocks doing?
Shared Reading • Pages 30–31 What did Goldilocks do when she saw the bears? Why do you think she ran away? • Page 32 What happened to Goldilocks afterwards? What do you think would have happened if Goldilocks had stayed to talk to the bears?
Characters What do the characters do that would not happen in real life?
Word Practice g d o
Word Practice n d a
Word Practice i n L
Word Practice a p H
Word Practice e nd s
Word Practice i ds k
Word Practice i g p
Word Practice o g fr
Word Practice a b cr
Word Practice i p t