We will be on this lesson for two weeks because I like to expand on science with this story.READING "Rain Forest Babies" by Kathy Darling, non-fictionPaired ReadingPHONICS/SPELLING R-controlled vowels: ir and urfirst, birth, third, fur, shirt, burn, stir bird, turn, birthday, purple, circus, surprise, girlHIGH-FREQUENCY WORDS come, smile, are, one, them
ROBUST VOCABULARY Children only need to understand the definitions of the words, they do not need to be able to read them.
father, touch, thumb, sweat, care, forest, assortment, immense, adorable
WORDS TO READ lion, monkey, parrot, canopy, lamb, babies, fly, flew, giant, ant
GRAMMAR Pronouns and Adjectives and making comparing adjectives by adding er and est
WRITING Fantasy, personal narrative, continue with friendly letter, persuadeMATH Chapter 6 3-Diget Additiona and SubtractionSCIENCE: Unit 2 Matter Lesson 2 How Are Objects Put Together?
SOCIAL STUDIES Connecting standards to activities with Valentin's Day.Lesson Plans are subject to change as needed.