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Unit 8 Away We Grow!
How A Seed Grows
Vocabulary aside – to the side of root – the bottom of the plant in the soil which soaks up water into the plant How a Seed Grows
Sound Practice tcha _dge arx ai ooa_e_le How a Seed Grows oweray
Sight Word Practice beforeabout people someany very fromhowwater How a Seed Grows byarelong
How A Seed Grows 1 Good morning! A cats fur feels soft. Paper feels smooth. What kind of plant feels prickly?
Daily Language Review The seeds were _____________. How a Seed Grows 1 Add descriptive words then change the sentence to a question.
How a Seed Grows 1 badgeblackfat snakessafewax trailstrainrain dayspainspace
Jan and Jake played in the rain. How a Seed Grows 1
Sight Words people How a Seed Grows 1
How A Seed Grows 2 Good morning! Some seeds grow quickly. Other seeds grow slowly. What kind of plant would you like to grow?
Daily Language Review The seeds grew quickly. I put the seeds in the eggshells. How a Seed Grows 2 Change the sentences to a question.
How a Seed Grows 2 tappanepan scratchsnailtape shampootablecradle grainhammerspray
Kate plans to take the train to visit Gram. How a Seed Grows 2
How A Seed Grows 3 Good morning! Plants need sunlight, water, and soil to grow. They need good care to survive. How can you take care of your plants?
Daily Language Review Seeds grow into plants. Bean seeds grow faster than oak seeds. You can label the shells with a marker. How a Seed Grows 3 Change the sentences to a question.
How a Seed Grows 3 trainskyscrapergardens glassplaceraced rooftopplantsbadge downtowninsidesidewalk
Jackie and Max walked around the rooftop garden. How a Seed Grows 3
The Garden / Saguaro
Vocabulary flower – the blossoming part of a plant tight – firm quite – very shouted – yell loudly The Garden/ Saguaro
Sound Practice _igh_le i ow_y ie i_egi_ce The Garden/ Saguaro qu_eding
Sight Word Practice therewould five peopleone was comesawtwo The Garden/ Saguaro knowcouldwere
The Garden 1 Good morning! A dandelion is a weed. This plant has a strong root that is hard to pull up. It can grow up to fifteen inches long! What happens if you leave some of the root behind when you weed?
Daily Language Review Kyles garden has vines and sticks. The water dripped back into the waters container. Lynn gave the seeds to Lynns teacher. The Garden 1 Possessive pronouns
Find a Word Game meter even behind meal sheep daydream stay tight sight right bone cone tide grow toad boat The Garden 1
The Garden 2 Good morning! Plants are the largest living things on the planet. Do you know what the largest plant is?
Daily Language Review The bird has broken _______ wing. Your plants look better than mine. _______ look better. The seeds belong to me. Here are my seeds. They are ________. The Garden 2 Possessive pronouns
Quick Change flowershowershowrowgrowgrown The Garden 2 T166
finetriedtry timesquitenice The Garden 2 tightropefrightenedright shinenighthigh
The five kites can glide in the sky. The Garden 2
The Garden 3 Good morning! The sunflower grows and dies in the same year. It leaves its many seeds to survive and grow into plants the next year. What do sunflower seeds look like? Have you ever eaten them?
Daily Language Review We have a dog. We took _______ dog to the vet. Mr. Smith asked the players to put ________ shoes in the lockers. Mom said, You and your friend need to wash ________ hands before dinner. The Garden 3 Possessive pronouns
nightgowngianttired hikedskyscraperdriveway The Garden 3 smiledmightmiles rangerfieldspikes
Please do not pick the flowers. The Garden 3
Green and Growing
Vocabulary shrub – stem – the stalk small of the flower bush or plant vine – plant with a very long stem that can grow along the ground or up a wall energy – strength to do something Green and Growing
Sound Practice ock ow o_e_es oa shkn_ow Green and Growing wr_oa_le
Sight Word Practice wantother should anyhow from knowmyaround Green and Growing somesaidcome
Green and Growing 1 Good morning! Most plants grow from the tips of their leaves. Grass grows from the base of its leaves. This is why grass is a good plant for lawns. It can recover quickly after being mown. Did you know you are walking on plants when you walk on grass?
Daily Language Review The girls opened _________ gifts at the party. Class, open _______ books to page 55. We won! Out of all the plants, they liked ________ the best. Green & Growing 1 Pronouns and synonyms
Find a Word growbite brightfew madebone paidsleep Green & Growing 1
Green and Growing 1 boxesblockspods slopesgoldknot hopehopgoat blowngotcoast soak
The wind blows yellow and brown leaves into my yard. Green & Growing 1
Sight Words othershould Green & Growing 1
Green and Growing 2 Good morning! We benefit from plants in many ways. How do you use and enjoy plants?
Daily Language Review The seeds belong to Emma and me. They are ________ seeds. The books belong to those children. The books are _________. Green & Growing 2Pronouns and synonyms
Which Doesnt Belong? tonestonetons Green & Growing 2
Green and Growing 2 mossmostsocks shadowOctoberoctopus rocketopen belowyellowwindow
At home we water our six little plants so they will grow. Green & Growing 2
Green and Growing 3 Good morning! Plants that have died still play an important role in nature. What might happen to a plant that is no longer living?
Daily Language Review We walked in the garden to see the pretty flowers. The baby was crying because she was unhappy. She visited a big museum. Green & Growing 3synonyms
Green and Growing 3 stonemeadowswindows nowcowslowed grasslawndodge breakfastslowlyoatmeal
The class looked out the window of the bus. Green & Growing 3
Flowers and Flowers at Night
Vocabulary petals – colored leaves of a plant bright – colorful Flowers
Sound Practice u_edge u _y_ew ar _ueor_ue Flowers u_e_ew_mb
Sight Word Practice aboutmany use fromthey some aredosaw Flowers youthereask
Flowers 1 Good morning! Have you ever planted a flower? What is your favorite type of flower?
Daily Language Review Let me know when the plant begins to grow. I hope the plant grows quickly! Speak softly, and it will grow. Flowers 1antonyms
Plants get fuel from the sun. Do you have a green thumb? Flowers 3
Plants That Eat Animals
Vocabulary trapping – catching, allow to enter but not exit wetlands – land made of wet marsh or swamp wet marsh or swamp attracts – draw attention to insects – bugs with 6 legs, 3 body parts and no backbone Plants That Eat Animals
Sound Practice aiigh a_e e_eo_e ow ieu_y Plants That Eat Animals oau_ei_e
Sight Word Practice whatyour pretty watersaw their wouldfromover Plants That Eat Animals makesomehelp
Plants That Eat Animals 1 Good morning! Hummingbirds visit flowers to feed on nectar. While they are doing this, their long beaks become covered in pollen, which they then carry to other flowers. What happens when the pollen is carried to other flowers?
Daily Language Review Plants will live if they are not watered. Some plants crawl under the ground. Mine was the first seed to open. Plants That Eat Animals 1 Antonyms and contractions
Plants That Eat Animals 1 playershapedname whitestraingrain folderopennight flytraptiedkinds
Jane gave your tiny kitten a bowl of water. Plants That Eat Animals 1
Sight Words prettyyour Plants That Eat Animals 1
Plants That Eat Animals 2 Good morning! Some flowers smell sweeter at night. This attracts moths. Have you ever seen a moth? What do you know about moths?
Daily Language Review Plants That Eat Animals 2 contractions ImI am youdyou would theyvethey have cannotcant
Plants That Eat Animals 2 stonefloatknow sweetunicornfume powderartistroyal squealshampooconcrete
Jacob and Logan saw their pretty blue kite float away. Plants That Eat Animals 2
Plants That Eat Animals 3 Good morning! Plants can protect themselves from animals. For example, a touch of poison ivy might cause a bad skin rash and itching. Have you ever seen poison ivy? What does it look like?
Daily Language Review It is going to rain. I can not water the plants today. The flower will not open. Plants That Eat Animals 3 contractions
Plants That Eat Animals 3 birthdayenjoysidewalk handmadecricketlaundry brightfightchanges weedsmistakesknees
It is good to fight weeds and make a garden pretty. Plants That Eat Animals 3
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