Rain Forest Babies

Rain Forest Babies

Day 1 Created By: Melissa Castaeda Question of the Day What do you think a rain forest looks like? I think a rain forest looks like _________.

High-Frequency Words woma wear n tough young r-Controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er, ear

earth urge shirt nurse r-Controlled Vowel /ur/

ir, ur, er, ear girl third clerk hurt serve first skirt burn

person purple dirt circle herd turtle earnings search

heard earl Spelling Words fur burn bird herd

learn shirt stir turn third search Challenge Words:

perfect birthday circus purple surprise Fiction and Nonfiction

Fiction Nonfiction Listening Comprehension Fiction Nonfiction

Grammar I it he we she they

*Laurel yawned and stretched. *She thought she knew how Dasher felt. Day 2 Created By: Melissa Castaeda Question of the Day

What do you think is most interesting about birds? Why? I think the most interesting thing about birds is _______ because _______. High-Frequency Words woman young shoes wash

above r-Controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er, ear turn r-Controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er,

ear *Earls dog has brown fur. *Mom helped me search for my red shirt. *It is Curts turn to pick a book to read. *My pet bird is green and yellow. *The dog kept the herd of sheep together.

High-Frequency Words care interesti ng thumb father sweat touch

Genre Study K What I Know W What I Want to Know L

What I Learned Grammar *My sister and I like animals. *So does May Ling. *Hanna, Lee, and Mike like animals, too. *The dog likes us! *Mike and I looked. *Liz came to look.

*Liz and Mike saw a beak. *Mike said, This is fun! Day 3 Created By: Melissa Castaeda Question of the Day What words would you use to tell

how a macaw looks, sounds, and moves? A macaw_________. High-Frequency Words care interesti ng thumb

father sweat touch r-Controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er, ear -ir -ird

-irt -urn -urt High-Frequency Words care

interesti ng thumb father sweat touch Fiction and Nonfiction Fiction

Nonfiction Grammar *Vong said, I want to go to the park. *Mom replied, I will take you to the park. *You can help me make a picnic, said Mom.

*Dad said, _____ went for a jog at lunchtime. *Vong said, Mom and ____ went to the park. *Vong helped ____ make a picnic, said Mom. *Did you save a snack for ____? asked Dad. Day 4

Created By: Melissa Castaeda Question of the Day Why should you be kind to animals? I am kind to animals because_________.

High-Frequency Words care interesti ng thumb father sweat touch

Syllable Pattern VCCV perturb turken firley burfon

r-Controlled Vowel /ur/ ir, ur, er, ear thud earn such far star turf barn skirt

hard bind High-Frequency Words care interesti ng thumb

father sweat touch Fiction and Nonfiction Fiction Nonfiction Grammar

I it he we she they *Beth said, Dad and I are going to the

woods. *Ray also wanted to go. So he went with Beth and Dad. *They saw a chipmunk in the woods. It was so cute! Day 5 Created By: Melissa Castaeda

Question of the Day Imagine that you get a new pet. What should you do to care for it? If I got a new pet, I would_________. High-Frequency Words care interesti

ng thumb father sweat touch Syllable Pattern VCCV perfect, compare, circus, letter, pearl, church, tiger, parrot

VCCV Words Not VCCV Words High-Frequency Words above, shoes, tough, wash, wear, woman, young, care, father, interesting, sweat, thumb, touch 1 Syllable 2 Syllables 4 Syllables

Fiction and Nonfiction Fiction Nonfiction Robust Vocabulary Grammar I

it me he we she they *Rosa said, I are going to the beach.

*Me saw a baby bird. *He was a seagull. *They is a nice brother!

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