Presentation on theme: "1.after6. winter 2.better7. summer 3.never8. butter 4.under9. were 5.paper10. different."— Presentation transcript:
1.after6. winter 2.better7. summer 3.never8. butter 4.under9. were 5.paper10. different
1. anger6. center 2. barber7. larger 3. danger8. together 4. stranger9. answer 5. another10. lumber
Theme Question: How do living things grow and change? Focus Question: What do living things have in common? On the cover of Living and Growing: What are some things these living things can do? Which is the parent? Which is the young animal? How do you know? What will the young animal look like when it is older? Why do you think so?
survive survive- to be able to live Example- A tree cannot survive without enough water. energy- energy- something that is needed to do work Example- We get energy from the food we eat.
Read Chapter 1, pgs. 6-11 Characteristics of Living Things PlantsAnimals
/oo/ spelled ou and ui fruit groups suit juice route bruise soup Fruit juice is one of my favorite drinks. Dad bought a new suit for the cruise. We stopped at a place on Route 95 for soup.
High-Frequency Words: answer, people Decodable Reader #21: The Cruise Street Parade Fluency: Five Clues (riddle) Practice Companion p. 74
Read Make a Home for Your Goldfish. Listen for the steps on how to make a home for a goldfish. Pay close attention to the order of the steps. Characteristics of Directions Explains how to do or make something. May include a list of materials to make something. Has numbered steps. Contains steps that each clearly describe one part of the process. May include drawings or diagrams.