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2 Jan’s New Home Big Question: Why are changes exciting? Author: Angela Shelf Medearis Illustrator: Don Tate Genre: Realistic Fiction

3 BIG QUESTION WHY ARE CHANGES EXCITING? DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5

4 Jan’s New Home Day 1

5 Daily Fix-it 1.My dad fickses buss. 2.i have a vere friendly class. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 1

6 Daily Fix-it 1.My dad fickses buss. My dad fixes buses. 2.i have a vere friendly class. I have a very friendly class. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 1

7 Morning Warm-up Have you ever gone to a new place? Were you sure you would like it? Maybe you were a little bit scared too. Why are changes exciting? Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 1

8 New Location It’s time to depart so here we go. What time will we get there? We don’t know. We’ve planned our route And we’re heading out To follow the rainbow. We are heading for a new location That is all the way Across the nation. Soon we’ll arrive there. It is a place where Changes can be fun! Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 1

9 Amazing Words arrive – When you arrive somewhere, you get there. depart – When you depart, you leave. location – A location is the place where something is. route – A route is the way you go to get somewhere. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 1

10 Video about words Ending in -es; Plural -es

11 Ending -es; Plural -es runsrags fixesf i x es b u s esbuses r u sh esrushes b o x esboxes dr e ss esdresses w i sh eswishes br u sh esbrushes c a tch es m i x es cr o ss es gl a ss es f o x es cl a ss es

12 Words with –es Words without -es Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 1

13 Word Reading - Ending -es foxes dishes catches rushes mops kicks pushes glasses mixes classes rocks yelling kisses bosses rested Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 1

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15  Sometimes people are excited about moving to a new place. Sometimes they are afraid. Jan is a character in the story we are about to read. We’ll find out what will change when Jan moves to a new home.

16 Daily Journal Writing Day 1 Write sentences about a place where you would like to live. 3-5 sentences

17 Jan’s New Home Day 2

18 Daily Fix-it 3.I kis my mom before I catch the buss. 4.My fiends meet at the bus sop. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 2

19 Daily Fix-it 3.I kis my mom before I catch the buss. I kiss my mom before I catch the bus. 4.My fiends meet at the bus sop. My friends meet at the bus stop. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 2

20 Morning Warm-up Mr. George Baker goes to school to try to read. It’s very hard work. But he is always excited and happy. Why do you get excited about going to school? Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 2

21 Amazing Words tumble – Tumble means “to roll or toss about.” Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 2 swoop – When things swoop, they move down suddenly.

22 Video about R-controlled words

23 r-Controlled or; ore spot sports p or t f or c or n s or e p or ch st or e

24 Word Work c or k s or t sn or e b or n sc or e n or th f or g e t horn

25 Word Reading torn chop fort chore porch hole fork rock score port corn choke storm store thorn Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 2

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29 Daily Journal Writing Day 2 Write about an exciting change. 3-5 sentences

30 Jan’s New Home Day 3

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32 Re-Read the story Click the book to listen to the story

33 Amazing Words crumpled – When you crumple something, you crush it into wrinkles. If something is crumpled, it is wrinkled. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 3

34 High - Frequency Words things our school family very stay house down away car could home friends everything Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 3

35 Video about R-controlled words

36 Ending -es; or, ore crashes glassglasses pork shore buses store sport Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 3  When you come to a new word, look to see if it has an ending. Say the sounds in the base word to yourself and read the ending. Then blend the base word and ending to read the word.

37 Moving from New York Jordan packs some boxes till his arms are sore. He is moving from New York to the North Shore. In every corner there’s a box Packed with dishes, cords, and socks. Jordan finishes packing one, then packs some more. Jordan wishes when he reaches his new street, There will be all sorts of friends for him to greet. Will they like to play fun sports Or turn porches into forts? Jordan can’t wait to explore with friends he’ll meet. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 3 Underline the words with –es, -or and -ore

38 Daily Fix-it 5.I wich Kim was in my klass. 6.My best freinds ride the bus Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 3

39 Daily Fix-it 5.I wich Kim was in my klass. I wish Kim was in my class. 6.My best freinds ride the bus My best friends ride the bus. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 3

40 Morning Warm-up Jan moved to a new house! How did she feel? What kind of changes did she experience? Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 3

41 What does it mean to Compare and Contrast? Click diagram for PowerPoint Lesson

42 Daily Journal Writing Day 3 Compare two places you have lived.

43 Jan’s New Home Day 4

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45 Daily Fix-it 7.I wich I could ride the bus 8.the buses were lat. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 4

46 Daily Fix-it 7.I wich I could ride the bus I wish I could ride the bus. 8.the buses were lat. The buses were late. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 4

47 Morning Warm-up Jan is going to a new school. She is meeting new friends. Today she is sending a letter to an old friend. How do you think Jan is feeling now? What changes would you tell about in a letter? Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 4

48 Amazing Words stampede – A stampede is a wild rush of animals or people. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 4

49 Word Reading ring plant sunshine every ever new were any own they king sure grow live Frank brand sandbox big home enough Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 4

50 What are compound words? Click for video about compound words Two words joined to create a new word

51 Sort the Compound Words compound word first word second word Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 4 hangout kingfish sinkhole stingray sunshine sandbox

52 Underline the compound words in two colors

53 Take turns reading the sentences out loud. 1.Are you sure that the king will own every big ring? 2.They were in the sandbox by the porch. 3.Frank, did you ever live in a brand new home? 4.Any plant will grow with enough sunshine. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 4

54 Daily Journal Writing Day 4 Write what happens to Jan on her birthday at her new school.

55 Jan’s New Home Day 5

56 Reading Street Test

57 Daily Fix-it 9.Dad say good-by. 10. Jan iz on her way? Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 5

58 Daily Fix-it 9.Dad say good-by. Dad says good-bye. 10. Jan iz on her way? Jan is on her way. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home - Day 5

59 Underline words Ending in – es, Then… Words with r-controlled or, ore 1)The foxes were born in a den. 2)A wave crashes on the shore. 3)Mom mixes the corn with a big fork. 4)Ford tosses the ball and Hank catches it. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 5

60 school our house very car away friends O_ r f __ __ __ __ __ __ drove a __ __ y in a c __ r. But our friends didn’t go v __ __ y far. They went to the pool. They drove by the s __ __ __ __ l. Then ended up back at their h __ __ __ e. Unit 3 Jan’s New Home – Day 5

61 Compare and Contrast Game


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