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  1. Big Question: What kind of home does a mouse need in winter? Author: Karen Wallace Genre: Informational Text

  2. Big Question: What kind of home does a mouse need in winter? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review

  3. Review New WordsProgress Monitoring

  4. Monday

  5. Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: A Bed for the Winter • Vocabulary Words • Introduce /i/ • High-Frequency Words • Decodable Reader 10: My Cap • Grammar: Adjectives for Opposites • Shared Writing • Journal Writing • Science: Day-to-Day Weather Changes • Comprehension: Sequence

  6. Talk with Me, Sing with Me

  7. Little Mouse Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Not in the meadow, not in the bear’s den, Not in a bee hive where bees sleep in, Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Not in a squirrel’s nest, not in a stump, Why not try a hole in a safe, tree trunk? Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house?

  8. Amazing Words

  9. meadow

  10. nest

  11. stump

  12. tree trunk

  13. hive

  14. den

  15. Shared Reading

  16. VocabularyWords

  17. bed

  18. winter

  19. burrow

  20. cave

  21. dormouse

  22. coat

  23. Phonics

  24. Blend Sounds • t i p • s i p • T i m

  25. High Frequency Words

  26. he

  27. for

  28. if

  29. find

  30. but

  31. not

  32. write

  33. Word Work

  34. Blending Practice • c a p • a t • C a m • a m • M a c

  35. High Frequency Words Review • we • have • the • is • like • I • a • my

  36. Grammar

  37. dormouse needs a house • Dormouse needs a house.

  38. Grammar • Describing words are called adjectives. They help us describe people, animals, places and things. • Today we are going to practice using adjectives to write about opposites.

  39. Let’s Write! • I have short hair. • She has long hair.

  40. Daily Journal Writing

  41. Tomorrow we will read A Bed for the Winter again. • Oral Language • Comprehension • Grammar

  42. Tuesday

  43. Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: A Bed for the Winter • Vocabulary Words • Practice /i/ • High-Frequency Words • Phonics Story: The Pig • Grammar: Adjectives for Opposites • Shared Writing • Journal Writing • Science: Preparing for Winter Weather • Comprehension: The Dormouse’s Trip

  44. Talk with Me, Sing with Me

  45. Little Mouse Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Not in the meadow, not in the bear’s den, Not in a bee hive where bees sleep in, Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house? Not in a squirrel’s nest, not in a stump, Why not try a hole in a safe, tree trunk? Hurry, scurry, little mouse, Where can you find a safe, warm house?

  46. Amazing Words

  47. meadow