2What lives in the forest? Life in the ForestBy: Claire DanielWhat lives in the forest?
3Objectives Yesterday: Long u, e and Review Long o and Contractions, High-Frequency Words, One and More Than OneToday-TEST DAY:Spelling and Phonics:Long u, e and Inflected Ending -edSkill: High-Frequency WordsGrammar: One and More Than One
4Morning Warm-Up!We read how each plant and each animal-even slimy creatures that crawl in sludge-are part of the environment. They all need each other to grow healthy and strong.
5Question of the DayHow do members of a community need each other?
6Review Oral Vocabulary Find words in the message that:tell what happens when plants and animals thrivetell what we mean when we talk about creaturestell what we mean when we require somethingdescribe some animals
8Just what do they mean?environment – the world around you that affects how you live and growrequire – to need or insist on havingthrive – to stay healthy and growinhale – to draw in
9Just what do they mean?slimy – something covered with a slippery, gooey materialsludge – a thick, wet, slimy materialcapture – to catchcreature – a living animal or person
10Share Literature – listen & respond Time to ListenShare Literature – listen & respondWhy Beavers Love WolvesYesterday the class listened to find out why the beavers and the wolves are important to one another.Today listen to find out why having no wolves was a bad thing.Read Aloud
11Share Literature – listening comprehension Time to ListenShare Literature – listening comprehensionRead AloudWhy Beavers Love WolvesWhy was it bad when there were no wolves?We can say the plants and animals in “Why Beavers Love Wolves” live in balance. What do you think this means?
12Build Oral VocabularyRemember what happened to the beaver pond. What might happen if certain animals in your neighborhood, such as squirrels, were all moved to another place? Use some of this week’s Amazing Words to describe how the other plants and animals in the neighborhood would be affected.
13Blending Strategy Long u, Long e (CVCe) We have had words like hide and rode.Long u, Long e (CVCe)cube = c u b e these = th e s efume Pete dune Genecute use tune eveZeke fuse huge
30Inflected Ending –ed= /t/, /d/, /ed/ Blending StrategyWe have had words like kicks and kicking.Inflected Ending –ed= /t/, /d/, /ed/kicked = kick ed filled = fill edwanted = want ed rushedworked printed checkedlooked thanked yelledplanted brushed calledtilted asked wished
48He gave the green cube to Zeke. Duke is a huge mule that likes to eat.Gene plays the flute with June.The huge fuse is for the tube.The rule is to not be so rude.The purple prune is for the mule.Steve and Gene can sing that tune.For a beautiful scene, go to the beach.I’ll see if I can go to the huge home.
49Long u, Long e, and Inflected ending -ED ReviewPete checked the rule.Duke filled the tube with these stones.June handed the flute to Steve.Zeke jumped on a huge sand dune.
57High-Frequency Words Review findaroundwaterunderfoodgrowTake a walk. Look all _________.In the ________ and ________the ground.You’ll ________ animals that you know,Eating _________ to make them ________.
58Spelling Words huge cube use tube June rule cute mule flute rude Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.
59Go to your testing spots. Life in the ForestTest TimeGo to your testing spots.Good luck!
61A report has a serious voice. Writing and GrammarWriting Trait- VoiceA report has a serious voice.PagesReportPromptLife in the Forest tells about plants and animals that live in a forest. Think about plants and animals that might live in a park. Write a report about them.One and More Than OneMany nouns add –s to mean more than one.Nuts + s = nuts bug + s = bugsA bear looks for grubs under rocks.A bear is looking for more than one grub. It is looking under more than one rock.
62Writing and GrammarLook at the report. Underline the nouns that mean more than one. Circle the letter that makes the nouns mean more than one.Many plants and animals live in a park. Flowers and trees grow in a park. Birds, squirrels, and rabbits live in a park.
64Research/Study Skills Teach/Model:Use Alphabetical OrderWords in a dictionary or encyclopedia are in alphabetical order. Why does this make words easier to find?When I put words in alphabetical order, I look at the first letter in each word. Then I think about the letters in the alphabet. Which letter comes first, r or f? I know that f comes before r in the alphabet. Now I know that fox comes before rabbit in alphabetical order.
65Research/Study Skills Teach/Model:Use Alphabetical OrderFill in the letters.A B C _ E _ G H I _ K L _ N O _ Q R S _ U V _ X Y __ B C _ E F G _ I J _ L M _ O P Q _ S T _ V W X _ Z
66Research/Study Skills Practice:Alphabetical AnimalsPut these words in alphabetical order.woodpeckerhummingbirdsquirrelgrubbear1. ______________2. ____________________________