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  1. Big Question: How do animals build their homes? Author: Angela Wilkes Genre: Informational Text

  2. Big Question: How do animals build their homes? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review

  3. Review New WordsProgress Monitoring

  4. Monday

  5. Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: Animal Homes • Vocabulary Words • Decode Words • High-Frequency Words • Decodable Reader 35: Fun in the Sun • Grammar: Complete Sentences • Science: Favorite Animals

  6. Talk with Me, Sing with Me

  7. Why Do Animals Build Their Homes? Why do animals build their homes, Build their homes, build their homes? Why do animals build their homes? To keep them safe and warm. Some build a nest for a colony, For a colony, for a colony. Some build a nest for a colony To keep them safe and warm.

  8. Some use twigs and bark, Twigs and bark, twigs and bark. Some use twigs and bark, To keep them safe and warm. Some have shells to shield them, Shield them, shield them. Some have shells to shield them To keep them safe and warm.

  9. Some hide in holes to catch their prey, Catch their prey, catch their prey. Some hide in holes to catch their prey To keep them safe and warm. Some need shelter from predators, From predators, from predators. Some need shelter from predators To keep them safe and warm.

  10. Amazing Words

  11. predators

  12. shelter

  13. shields

  14. prey

  15. colony

  16. bark

  17. Shared Reading

  18. VocabularyWords

  19. safe

  20. pond

  21. cocoon

  22. hibernate

  23. den

  24. burrow

  25. amphibian

  26. damp

  27. mollusk

  28. hollow

  29. larva

  30. roost

  31. Phonics

  32. Decode Words • s p o t • p a s t • l i n t • t e n • s a p • p a d s • e n d • o x • y e s

  33. Read Words • mug • zap • milk • quack • bun • wet • won • help • lips • lift

  34. Read Words • get • rag • bell • egg • quit

  35. High-Frequency Words • they • a • the

  36. Word Work

  37. Review • Todd • fed • run • had • net • did • hot • fun • Wes • bat • hen • in

  38. Review • got • sun • tan • egg • will • Kim

  39. Grammar

  40. sit on the top step • Sit on the top step.

  41. Grammar • pizza and carrots • This is not a complete sentence. • A complete sentence has a naming part and an action part.

  42. Grammar • AlphaBuddy ate pizza and carrots for lunch today. • This is a complete sentence. • There is a naming part – AlphaBuddy, and an action part – ate.

  43. Grammar • If you asked me what I had for breakfast this morning, which or these answers would be a complete sentence? • ham and eggs • I had ham and eggs.

  44. Let’s Write • I am going to ask a question. I want you to answer it with a complete sentence. • What do you do after school?

  45. Let’s Write • The first word of a sentence should begin with an uppercase letter. • Every sentence should end with a period. • A complete sentence should have a naming part and an action part.

  46. Daily Journal Writing

  47. Tomorrow we will read about animal homes again. • Oral Language • Comprehension • Grammar

  48. Tuesday

  49. Today we will learn: • Build Background • Amazing Words • Shared Reading: Animal Homes • Vocabulary Words • Decode Words • High-Frequency Words • Phonics Story: What Can You Do? • Grammar: Complete Sentences • Shared Writing • Journal Writing • Science: Where Do Animals Live?