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1 Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hoppers House Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hoppers House Big Question: What treasures can share with neighbors? Author: Cynthia Rylant Genre: Realistic Fiction

2 SMALL GROUP Timer

3 WHAT TREASURES CAN WE SHARE WITH NEIGHBORS? BIG QUESTION WHAT TREASURES CAN WE SHARE WITH NEIGHBORS? DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5

4 Henry and Mudge Day 1

5 Daily Fix-it 1.The dogs was playfull. 2.We quicklee put our back packs away. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

6 Daily Fix-it 1.The dogs was playfull. The dogs were playful. 2.We quicklee put our back packs away. We quickly put our backpacks away. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

7 Morning Warm-up My neighbor made me a picture. Remember neighbors can be good friends. Who thought to do something nice for a neighbor today? What treasures can we share with our neighbors? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

8 Oral Vocabulary welcome resident discover dwell Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

9 Amazing Words discover - When you discover something, you find it for the first time. dwell - Dwell mean to live in. resident - A resident is a person who lives in a certain place. welcome - When you welcome others, you let them know you are glad to see them. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

10 Suffixes -ly, -ful quickerquickest quicklyhopeful Suffix -ly means in a ______ way. Suffix -ful means full of ______. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

11 Blend Words softlysoft ly harmfulharm ful badlybad ly colorfulcolor ful hopefullyhope ful ly softlysoft ly harmfulharm ful badlybad ly colorfulcolor ful hopefullyhope ful ly bright ly neat ly com plete ly grate ful de light ful peace ful ly pain ful

12 Build Words -ly sadsadly tighttightly cleancleanly happyhappily shyshyly -ly sadsadly tighttightly cleancleanly happyhappily shyshyly -ful frightfrightful playplayful hurthurtful carecareful helphelpful Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1 -ful frightfrightful playplayful hurthurtful carecareful helphelpful Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

13 Word Reading safely peaceful boasting wildly boastful thankful friendly faithful bravely suddenly grateful studies perfectly playful helped Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

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15 Treasures to Share with Neighbors Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

16 1.Reading WB page 113 2.Spelling WB page 93 3.Journal - Write about a friend who is not your age. Tell what you do together. 4.AR test 5.Centers Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 1

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18 Daily Journal Writing Day 1 Write about a friend who is not your age.

19 Henry and Mudge Day 2

20 Daily Fix-it 1.The party was onederful? 2.I will gladlee share mine pie with you. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

21 Daily Fix-it 1.The party was onederful? The party was wonderful. 2.I will gladlee share mine pie with you. I will gladly share my pie with you. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

22 Morning Warm-up Today we will read about the residents who dwell next door to Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge. We will discover what they think a memory is. What do you think a memory is? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

23 Amazing Words admire - If you admire someone, you think a lot of them. admire - If you admire someone, you think a lot of them.

24 juicenewblue food z oozoo f oo lfool m oo d mood bl oo m bloom r oo st roost Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

25 Word Work Blend words : t oo l oo p sp oo n p oo l r oo m b oo t Blend words : t oo l oo p sp oo n p oo l r oo m b oo t smooth

26 Word Families noonn oon - oot - oom - oop bootzoom hoop rootbroom scoop scootgloom swoop Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2 noonn oon - oot - oom - oop bootzoom hoop rootbroom scoop scootgloom swoop Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

27 Word Reading zoom suit duke droop boost cruise loop suitcase juice school gloomy ooze crude proof rule Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

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29 Adjectives

30 1.Reading WB page 114, 115, 116 2.Spelling WB page 94 3.Journal - Write about a house you like to visit. Tell why. 4.AR test 5.Centers Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 2

31 Daily Journal Writing Day 2 Write about a house you like to visit.

32 Henry and Mudge Day 3

33 Daily Fix-it 5.He was carful to walk slowly on the ice 6.The playfull puppy played nicely? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

34 Daily Fix-it 5.He was carful to walk slowly on the ice He was careful to walk slowly on the ice. 6. The playfull puppy played nicely? The playful puppy played nicely. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

35 Morning Warm-up Today we will read about Henry and Mudge. They have a wonderful time with their neighbor Mrs. Hopper. Do you have a friendly neighbor you like to spend time with? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

36 Amazing Words sadness - Sadness is a feeling of unhappiness. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

37 sharplyplayfulstool When you come to a new word, look at all the letters in the word and think about its vowel sounds and its word parts. mainly hoot restful graceful moo Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

38 Wonderful Neighbors My neighbors are my friends. I see them every day. We gladly walk to school and back. Each afternoon we play. We play games in my room Or splash out in their pool. Theyre always kind and cheerful, And they think Im really cool.

39 Build Words base word -ful -ly spoon help cool care soft Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

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41 Uses for Costumes Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

42 Henry and Mudge are characters in the story we are about to read. Well find out what happens when their neighbor, Mrs. Hopper, lets them play in a very special room of costumes in her house.

43 Vocabulary Valentines Day heart tuxedo shiny gargoyle waltz

44 High - Frequency Words told were because surprised across ever only very shoes about dance took opened how Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

45 1.Reading WB page 117 2.Spelling WB page 95 3.Journal - Write about a special treasure that you have that youd like to share with a neighbor. 4.AR test 5.Centers Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

46 Antonyms tall full wonderful big good short empty horrible small bad Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

47 Word Choice Mrs. Hopper lived across the street in a house with trees and windows and a door. They found ___________ capes. Mudge wore a ____________ wig. Mrs. Hoppers hat had a ___________ feather. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 3

48 Daily Journal Writing Day 3 Write about a special treasure you have that youd like to share with a neighbor.

49 Henry and Mudge Day 4

50 Daily Fix-it 7.Mrs Hopper made tea for mudge. 8.The cut was painfull? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

51 Daily Fix-it 7.Mrs Hopper made tea for mudge. Mrs. Hopper made tea for Mudge. 8. The cut was painfull? The cut was painful. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

52 Morning Warm-up Today we will read about books, shells, and rainbows - wonderful treasures to share. What treasures would you gladly share? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

53 Amazing Words substantial - If something is substantial, there is a lot of it. tremendous - Tremendous means very big or large. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

54 High - Frequency Words __________ Names an item for your feet. __________ Tells the reason something happened. __________ Rhymes with lonely. __________ Means the opposite of closed. __________ The band marched _____ the field. __________ Rhymes with gold. __________ Means to move your body to music. only opened told dance across because

55 Review Phonics sunlight sun + light new true fruit juice bluebird threw glue flew grapefruit suitcase newspaper true ew ue ui Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

56 Word Reading thought that picture hung desk above does visit our found each stood surprised when blue suitcase remember new green toothbrush Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

57 Read Words in Context 1.I remember that the picture you found hung above the desk in your room. 2.Does your mom visit our school each day at noon? 3.I stood right up when the man with the blue suitcase surprised me. 4.I really thought I had packed my new green toothbrush. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

58 1.Reading WB page 118, 119 2.Spelling WB page 96 3.Journal - Write about a good neighbor. 4.AR test 5.Centers Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 4

59 Helping Others Unit 4 Henry and Mudge Day 4

60 Daily Journal Writing Day 4 Write about a good neighbor.

61 Henry and Mudge Day 5

62 Daily Fix-it 9.We wasnt very usful to her. 10. She played nicelee with her brother? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

63 Daily Fix-it 9.We wasnt very usful to her. We werent very useful to her. 10. She played nicelee with her brother? She played nicely with her brother. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

64 Morning Warm-up This week we read about some friendly neighbors. They shared good times, good memories, and special treats. How would you welcome a new person into your neighborhood? Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

65 Suffixes and Vowels in moon o Ken tugs slowly on his loose tooth. o The goose flew to the pool at the zoo. o I am grateful for this wonderful food. o The pooch snoozed quietly in my lap. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

66 High - Frequency Words only because opened shoes told dance across I kicked off my _____________ And began to _____________. I hopped _____________ the floor. I ____________ danced a while ______________ I had to do a chore. I had to walk the puppy, So I ___________ the door. I ____________ myself when we came back That I could dance some more. Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

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69 1.Handwriting sheet 2.Reading WB page 120 3.Journal - Draw a picture of yourself dressed in a costume. Write about it. 4.AR test 5.Centers Unit 4 Henry and Mudge - Day 5

70 Daily Journal Writing Day 5 Draw a picture of yourself in a costume.


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