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1 Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five  Word Work Word Work  High Frequency Words High Frequency Words  Phonics Practice Phonics Practice  Additional Resources Additional Resources

2 What kind of adventure can a little girl have?

3 Characters Characters are the people or animals in stories. They can be real or make-believe. Are the characters in Goldilocks and the Three Bears make-believe or real?

4 Amazing Words

5 the three bears live in a cottage

6 The three bears live in a cottage.

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9 /g/ gum goat garden

10 /gl/ glove

11 Word Practice gl a d

12 Word Practice gl a ss

13 Word Practice gr a b

14 Word Practice gr i n

15 Word Practice cr a b

16 Word Practice cl o ck

17 Word Practice bl a ck

18 Word Practice sn a p

19 Word Practice two one four

20 High Frequency Words

21 Word Practice flopspinslamdrop plopstoplandjump

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24 Let’s Write Telling Sentences A telling sentence is a statement about something. It begins with an uppercase letter and ends with a period. It must have a naming part and an action part.

25 Telling Sentences The little girl is sitting. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action part (verb), box the describing word (adjective) Capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect

26 Telling Sentences I apple Is this a complete sentence? How can we change it to make it a telling sentence?

27 Telling Sentences The red box fell. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action word (verb), box the describing word (adjective) capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect

28 Telling Sentences two Boys ran. Circle the naming word (noun), underline the action word (verb), box the describing word (adjective) capital in front? Punctuation? Fix if incorrect

29 Telling Sentences – Make a Sentence Adjective Noun Verb

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31 Are there one, two, three, four, or five bears in this story?

32 gus can get the gum

33 Gus can get the gum.

34 Shared Reading Pages 2–3 How many bears lived together in the cottage in the woods? Pages 4–5 What did the father, mother, and baby bears decide to do one morning? Have you ever eaten porridge? Pages 6–7 While the bears were gone, who wandered by their cottage?

35 Shared Reading Pages 8–9 What did Goldilocks do before she went inside? What did she see once she was inside the cottage? Pages 10–11 Whose porridge did Goldilocks try first? How do you think porridge would taste? Pages 12–13 Which chair did Goldilocks like best? Do Goldilocks and the three bears seem to notice each other? How can you tell?

36 Shared Reading Pages 14–15 What happened when Goldilocks sat in the baby bear's chair? How do you think the baby bear will feel about his chair? Pages 16–17 What did Goldilocks try next? Pages 18–19 What happened when Goldilocks tried the baby bear's bed? Who returned home?

37 Shared Reading Pages 20–21 What did Goldilocks leave in the father bear's and mother bear's porridge? How did the baby bear know someone had been eating his porridge? Pages 22–23 How did the mother bear and father bear know that someone had been sitting in their chairs? How does the baby bear know someone had been sitting in his chair? Pages 24–25 Where did the three bears go next? What do you think they are looking for upstairs?

38 Shared Reading Pages 26–27 How did the mother bear and father bear know someone had been sleeping in their beds? What did the mother bear and father bear say when they saw that their beds had been messed up? Pages 28–29 Who did baby bear find in his bed? What is Goldilocks doing?

39 Shared Reading Pages 30–31 What did Goldilocks do when she saw the bears? Why do you think she ran away? Page 32 What happened to Goldilocks afterwards? What do you think would have happened if Goldilocks had stayed to talk to the bears?

40 GoldilocksBears Characters What do the characters do that would not happen in real life?

41 Word Practice do g

42 a nd

43 L in

44 H ap

45 s end

46 Word Practice k ids

47 Word Practice p ig

48 fr og

49 Word Practice cr ab

50 Word Practice t ip

51 tr ip

52 Word Practice one

53 Word Practice five

54 Word Practice have

55 Word Practice four

56 Word Practice three

57 Word Practice have

58 Word Practice is

59 Word Practice like

60 Word Practice do

61 Word Practice see

62 Word Practice you

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67 Telling Sentences Beth lost her glove at school.

68 Circle the Telling Sentences sunny day on Monday Goldilocks went in the cottage. The bed was just right. in his wee small voice

69 Let’s Write! Goldilocks runs away when the bears come home. Where do you think she went? She may have gone home. I'm going to write:

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71 Why is Goldilocks visiting the bears?

72 a baby Bear is. very small

73 A baby bear is very small.

74 Setting Where did the three bears live? Where did the three bears go for a walk? Does this story happen in a place that is real or make- believe? The story starts with the words "Once upon a time." Do you think the story happened recently, or a long time ago?

75 Characters How are Goldilocks and the Baby Bear different? How are Goldilocks and the Baby Bear the same? How are Goldilocks and the Mama Bear alike?

76 Initial /g/ gum

77 Final /g/ bag

78 pig

79 jug

80 bug

81 dug

82 dog

83 Word Practice bit

84 sag

85 sat

86 rug

87 crab

88 I

89 the

90 of

91 five

92 are

93 that

94 four

95 like

96 look

97 three

98 she

99 two

100 is

101 do

102 one

103 stopsitsskipdrop flagkidsdotspast

104 Let’s Write Telling Sentences The chair was too big for the little girl.

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106 What adventures have you had?

107 goldilocks Ate the porridge

108 Goldilocks ate the porridge.

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110 Word Practice two one four

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114 Telling or Question Sentence? What is your favorite color? We read a book.

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117 Let’s Write a Letter Dear Friends, I've had many adventures this year. In June, _______________________. In October, I ____________________. Tomorrow, I am going to ___________. Love, Pig

118 What kind of adventure can a little girl have?

119 i like a small cottage?

120 I like a small cottage.

121 are

122 do

123 one

124 that

125 they

126 see

127 you

128 of

129 she

130 two

131 look

132 three

133 with

134 me

135 for

136 he

137 we

138 my

139 five

140 like

141 have

142 four

143 is

144 little

145 I

146 a

147 the

148 Websites: Cookie Monster- Letter Gg Starfall- Letter Gg Blending Bowl -op, -ock, -ig, it, -ap Three Bears story, 2 children tell their own endings to the story, and a sequencing game cks&activity=mainhttp://www.noggin.com/games/storytime/index.php?story=goldilo cks&activity=main Three Bears Story (C Beebies) Three Bears Story Goldilocks and 3 Bears games, etc.


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