2 What happens inside a bee hive? Honey BeesBy: Jesus CervantesWhat happens inside a bee hive?
3 Objectives Yesterday: Long e: e, ee and VCCV Syllable Pattern, High-Frequency Words, and Nouns in SentencesToday:Spelling and Phonics:Long e: e, ee and VCCV syllable patternSkill: Compare and Contrast Grammar: Nouns in Sentences
4 Morning Warm-Up!Today we will read about honey bees. First we’ll read about the different kinds of bees and the jobs they do. Then we’ll learn about how they live together.
6 Amazing Words individual industrious slither special romp creep Objective: Build oral vocabulary.
7 Just what do they mean? individual – one person industrious – working hardspecial – different from or really goodcreep – to move slowly and quietly
8 Just what do they mean? slither – to move along by sliding romp – to move or play in a lively way
9 Share Literature-Build Concepts Time to ReadShare Literature-Build ConceptsA Frog in the BogThis story is told in rhyme. Rhyming words sound alike at the end. The words look alike at the end too. Yesterday we read to find out how the critters in the bog moved.Listen today to find out what lessons the critters in the bog learned.By: Karma Wilson
10 Monitor Listening Comprehension What lessons did the critters learn? How can you tell?Would a happy animal or a sad animal romp?Why would the animals romp away from the frog?
11 Phonemic AwarenessDo you think the frog’s scream was as loud as a trumpet?Listen to the sounds in trumpet. trum, petI see two syllables in trumpet. Then I blend the parts together.Now listen to the sounds in kitten.kit, ten = kittenWhat are the syllables in kitten?What word do the syllables kit/ten make?picnic pretzelinsect hiddenObjective: Blend and segment syllables.
12 Blending Strategy Long e: e, ee we = w e seed = s ee d We have had words like these and Pete.Long e: e, eewe = w e seed = s ee dme see need sleepwheel he beeffree she queengreen teeth deep
43 Busy, Buzzy BeesEvery little bee must work to help the hive. Some must work to keep their pretty queen alive. Others fly from flower to tree To collect sweet things they see Oh, they work all day and never quit at five. A bee worker feeds the babies all day long. She must see that they grow healthy, big, and strong. Bees don’t worry about the weather. They just keep working together. As they work, they buzz out one big happy song.
46 The bee fed on sweet nectar. The cheese is a rat’s best meal.The chick peeps until it becomes free.The deep green dish belongs to Lee.It will take a week for the weeds to grow back.Keep the three things for the queen.Keep your teeth for your pillow.
47 Spelling Words be see he tree me feet we week she green Objective: Segment sounds to spell words.
49 Where do you see honey bees? FirstBees get nectar from flowers.NextThey take the nectar back to the hive and make honey.LastThe bees store the honey in the hive’s wax cells.Where do bees live?How do bees make honey?
50 Connect to the Selection Build BackgroundConnect to the SelectionA beehive is a busy and amazing place! Honey bees live there in big groups. Do you think a community of insects can be like a community of people in some ways? In the selection we are about to read, we’ll find out how bees work and live together in a beehive.
51 Vocabulary Selection Words worker – a person, animal, or insect that does a lot of workflowers – the colored part of a plant that makes seeds or fruitnectar – a sweet liquid that is made by flowershoney – a sweet liquid made by beescold – something that is not as warm as your body
60 High-Frequency Words Monitor Progress also new someother their familyfood growlittle manywork together
61 Comprehension Skill: Compare and Contrast Strategy: Preview Things that are alike are the same, and things that are different are not the same.As you read, ask yourself how things are alike.As you read, ask yourself how things are different.Strategy: PreviewTo preview means to look at the pictures and read some of the sentences to find out what kind of selection it is and what it might be about.
62 Comprehension Ask yourself these questions as you read Honey Bees? What kind of selection is this?What might this selection be about?
65 The bees work to gather nectar. VocabularyAntonymsThe worker bees work hard all the time. Look at the sentences and find the two words that have opposite meanings.The bees work to gather nectar.They do not stop to play.Words like work and play that have opposite meanings are called antonyms.
66 Multiple-Meaning Words VocabularyMultiple-Meaning Wordsoutside inside The workers fly outside the hive.The queen stays inside the hive.bad good We made a bad mess.Honey tastes good.hot cold The hive is hot in summer.Bees don’t like the cold in winter.large small The queen bee is large.The baby bees are small.
67 Writing Trait of the Week Introduce: Focus/Ideas Good writers focus on an idea. All their sentences tell about this idea.Think about the idea the author focuses on in Honey Bees.Honey bees live and work together.What do the pages of the story tell about how bees live and work together?
68 Writing Trait of the Week Introduce: VoiceIdentify and cross out the sentence that does not focus on the idea.Bees make honey for food.Honey is made from nectar.Bees store honey in wax cells.Bees will attack a bear.
69 Grammar – Nouns in Sentences Apply to WritingNouns are used in sentences to tell what the sentence is about.PracticeSuggest words to complete a sentence about each of the following:worker beesa bee hivehoney
70 Grammar – Nouns in Sentences PracticeAnswer the questions by completing the sentence with a noun.What can make honey?What can swim?
71 Wrap Up Your Day!Think about what you wanted to learn before we read Honey Bees. Did you find out what you wanted to learn?How is a beehive like our classroom? How is it different from our classroom?
72 How is a community of insects like a community of people? flystingbuzzlay eggscook foodgo to schoolhave hobbiesWhat Some Insects DoWhat Some People Doeatwalklive in communitiesworkplay
73 Tomorrow we will read about another busy insect. Preview Day FourTomorrow we will read about another busy insect.
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