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The Lesson Monday: Why did Jon and Bill want to mow Mr. Dill’s lawn? Tuesday: What was the lesson that Jon learned in this story? Wednesday: During what part of the day did Jon learn his lesson? Thursday: What was the problem after Jon pulled on his jeans? Friday: Write one of the sentences from the story which shows the reader that Jon’s mother was upset with him.
Should I Get a Dog? Monday: How can owning a dog help to keep you healthy? Tuesday: What is paragraph 2 mostly about? Wednesday: Fill in the blank. Problems in owning a dog: 1.digs up flowers 2.barks at night 3._____________ Thursday: Which meaning best fits the way judge is used in paragraph 2? a)A person who decides a case in court b)A person who decides the winner in a contest c)To form an opinion about something Friday: Write one sentence from the passage which shows the reader why dogs can be great companions.
The girl goes to the store. She buys new shoes. She gives the red balloon to her sister. Her sister gets lost. The Red Balloon Monday: The chart shows the order of some events in the story. What happened next? Tuesday: How did the girl feel when she found out her little sister was lost? Wednesday: How did the red balloon help to solve the problem? Thursday: Where did this story take place? Friday: This story was written mainly to _____________. a.explain how to buy shoes b.tell how a red balloon saved the day c.tell the reader how to be safe in the mall d.show how to find a lost child
Prairie Dogs Monday: In paragraph 4, what word helps the reader know what sentry means? Tuesday: Read paragraph 1 again. Where do prairie dogs live? Wednesday: What does the author mean when she says that the prairie dog is a social animal? Thursday: What food does this passage mention that prairie dogs store in their burrows? Friday: What would a prairie dog do to protect itself from a fox?
My Friend Sasha Monday: What does Sasha do when Jane comes home? Tuesday: How does Sasha feel when she tucks her tail between her legs? Wednesday: What words help the reader know that Sasha lives in the house some of the time? Thursday: Read paragraph 4 to find out why Sasha likes to play fetch. Friday: In paragraph 4, the word fetch means __________________.
Firefly Facts Monday: This article was written mainly to ___________? Tuesday: What is a glowworm? Wednesday: What happens after the firefly eggs stay in the ground for one month? Thursday: What did we learn from the firefly? Friday: Why is it easier to catch fireflies at night instead of the day?
The Mouse Monday: Explain the hints that help you know who is telling this story. Tuesday: What clues help you know that this story happened in the city? Wednesday: When did this story take place? Thursday: In paragraph 3, what word helps you understand that the narrator was flying? Friday: After the dog began to chase the cat, what did the narrator do?
Tae Kwon Do Monday: Karate is a martial art. What words in paragraph 1 tell the reader that martial can mean military? Tuesday: Why is Kyepka called a break test? Wednesday: What belt is earned before a yellow belt? Thursday: The story was mainly written to ___________. Friday: What sentence from the passage tells that a young child would not have earned a black belt?
The Test Monday: When Kolton woke up that morning, he was excited, but how did he feel at lunch? Tuesday: In paragraph 1, what does someone have to do when taking a Kyepka test? Wednesday: What did Kolton do when he stepped back quickly to break the board? Thursday: Why did Kolton think about the test all day? Friday: Where did Kolton take his test?
That’s Not a Toad Monday: Why did the author use the title “That’s Not a Toad”? Tuesday: Why is against the law to sell a Texas horned toad? Wednesday: Look at the chart. Fill in the empty box. Thursday: Which words in paragraph 2 tell why the Texas state reptile is called a horned toad? Friday: Complete the summary: The Texas state reptile is the Texas horned toad. __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Why there are not as many toads today. 1. They were sold as pets. 2. Their food supply is limited. 3.
Two Birds of the Sea Monday: Look at the Venn diagram about penguins and puffins. Fill in the blank. Tuesday: The penguin has a clumsy walk. What two words in paragraph 2 help you know the puffin is clumsy when he lands? Wednesday: What is this article mainly about? Thursday: Would this article be more likely to be found in a book of fairy tales or a magazine? Friday: Which words in paragraph 1 means the same as equator? Penguins live south of the equator can’t fly Penguins live north of the equator 10 inches tall use wings to swim underwater ________
United States Mints Monday: In paragraph 2, what happens to the blanks after they are cut out and before they are washed? Tuesday: Why don’t the inspectors look at every coin before they leave the mint? Wednesday: Which meaning best fits the way mint is used in paragraph 1? Mint (mint) noun: 1.sweet smelling plant used for flavoring 2.a candy flavored with mint 3.a place where coins are made Thursday: Paragraph 2 is mainly about ___________________? Friday: According to this article, how many mints have made coins in America?
The Earth’s Moon Phases Monday: Which picture is most like a crescent moon described in paragraph 3? Tuesday: This article was written mainly to _____________? Wednesday: Write the sentence from the article that tells where the moon gets its light. Thursday: What is another name for a dark moon? Friday: Read paragraph 3. What phase of the moon comes before the full moon?
The Soccer Game Monday: Why was the crowd yelling after Soo Yang fell into the mud puddle? Tuesday: If this game had been played indoors, why wouldn’t the story have ended the same way? Wednesday: Why was the game so important on this day? Thursday: What color was the Orange Crush uniform? Why? Friday: Would this story more likely be found in a storybook or an encyclopedia?
A Special Holiday Monday: In paragraph 2, the word festival means ______________. Tuesday: This passage was written mainly to ______________. Wednesday: Why does Confucius say, “Thinking without learning is dangerous.”? Thursday: Why is money given in envelopes that are red? Friday: What words in paragraph 1 help you understand the word Vietnamese?
How Popcorn Pops Monday: In paragraph 2, what word helps the reader know the meaning of expands? Tuesday: When someone wants to add water to the “old maid” kernels, what do they do after they shake the jar a few times? Wednesday: What is paragraph 1 mainly about? Thursday: Write a summary for this article. Friday: Which meaning best fits the way store is used in paragraph 3? store 1.(noun) a shop 2.(noun) something that is put away 3.(verb) to furnish or supply 4.(verb) to put away for future use
A Popcorn Experiment Monday: What do you think the experiment will show you? Tuesday: In this experiment, why do you put the kernels of corn in the oven for 90 minutes? Wednesday: In this experiment, what do you do after you heat the oven to 200 degrees? Thursday: What word from paragraph 1 means the same thing as steam? Friday: What is missing from this chart? Experiment Supplies fresh popping corn shallow pan corn oil oven measuring spoon
The Surprise Monday: During what part of the day did this story take place? Tuesday: How did Jerome feel about gathering eggs? Wednesday: What sentence from the story shows the reader that Jerome was enjoying his visit to the farm? Thursday: What chore did Jerome have to do in this story? Friday: What was the surprise in this story?
Amazing Bats Monday: Look at the story map. Read paragraph 1 to fill in the blank. Tuesday: Why would the author of this story be likely to build a bat house in his backyard? Wednesday: In paragraph 3, what two words make up the word echolocation? Thursday: What is paragraph 3 mostly about? Friday: Why does the author of this story use the title “Amazing Bats”? bats eat bloodfruitinsects
Collecting Stamps Monday: Look at the story map. Read paragraph 3 and 4 to fill in the blank. Tuesday: In paragraph 1, what words help the reader know what a philatelist is? Wednesday: Complete this summary. Some people collect stamps as a hobby. __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday: List three ways to get United States stamps for your collection. Friday: Read paragraph 3. What does topical collecting mean? kinds of stamps to collect topicalworld United States
Flamingos Monday: Which meaning best fits the way strain is used in paragraph 2? strain 1.(verb) to make a great effort 2.(verb) to pour or squeeze a liquid through a sieve so as to take out solid parts 3.(verb) to push or pull with great force 4.(noun) physical pressure Tuesday: Why are there no longer any wild flamingos living outside of zoos in the United States? Wednesday: What is paragraph 2 mainly about? Thursday: Was this article written to inform the reader or entertain the reader? Friday: Why do flamingos live their entire life near water?
Why Do Volcanoes Form? Monday: In paragraph 1, the word sphere means __________________? Tuesday: Look at the diagram of the earth and read paragraph 1. Tell which is the thinnest layer. Wednesday: Paragraph 2 is mainly about which layer of the earth? Thursday: In paragraph 2, what is another word for magma? Friday: Would this article most likely be found in a dictionary or an encyclopedia?
Three Kinds of Volcanoes Monday: Mount Paricutin is located in what country? Tuesday: Look at the pictures of the volcanoes. Which picture is most like the volcano described in paragraph 1? Wednesday: Complete the summary. Not all volcanoes are formed the same way. Some form underwater like the Hawaiian Islands. Other form where no one expects. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Thursday: Why did some people forget that Mount St. Helens was a volcano? Friday: In paragraph 1, what happened to the lava after it was cooled by water?
Lost and Found Monday: What is the main problem in the story? Tuesday: When did this story take place? How do you know? Wednesday: Complete the summary. Lost and Found Pablo’s mother could not find him at the end of the day. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Thursday: Pablo’s mother was worried at the beginning of the story. How did she feel at the end of the story? Friday: How does the title help you know that Pablo will be okay at the end of the story?
An Interesting Dinosaur Monday: Look at the pictures of four dinosaurs. Which dinosaur is described in paragraph 3? Tuesday: What sentence in paragraph 1 proves that dinosaurs lived on Earth even though no one has ever seen a living one? Wednesday: Complete this list. Things we know about dinosaurs from their fossils. 1. their size 2.what they ate 3. Thursday: How did a long tail help the compsognathus dinosaur? Friday: Finish the summary. By studying fossils, we know many things about dinosaurs. __________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________
Indian Transportation Monday: What is paragraph 3 mainly about? Tuesday: Why did the Indians develop a travois? Wednesday: Where did the Indians get the poles for the travois? Thursday: Which picture is most like the travois described in paragraph 3? Friday: Thousands of years ago, Indians did not have many ways to carry heavy loads. Later they ___________________________________________.
Mars Monday: Which planet is farther from the sun, Earth or Mars? Tuesday: Which sentence from the passage shows that scientists think Mount Olympus will not erupt? Wednesday: When we send someone to explore Mars, will they likely find insects there? Explain. Thursday: Paragraph 3 is mostly about _______________________. Friday: This passage was written mainly to _________________________.
Ladybug, Ladybug Monday: What sentence from the article shows that gardeners don’t want to kill ladybugs? Tuesday: What sentence tells that birds probably don’t eat ladybugs? Wednesday: What is paragraph 3 mainly about? Thursday: Why does the ladybug lay her eggs where there are aphids? Friday: Fill in the blank. larvae adultegg
Henry Ford Monday: What word from paragraph 1 could be used to fill in the blank on the chart? Tuesday: Why could Henry Ford’s company make cars faster than anyone else? Wednesday: Which meaning best fits the way assembly is used in paragraph 3? Assembly (noun) 1.group of people gathered together for a meeting 2.a putting together of parts of a machine 3.bugle call for troops to line up 4.lower house of the legislature Thursday: How did Ford help make our country a nation of motorists? Friday: What is paragraph 3 mainly about? WheeledVehicles 1 wheel2 wheels3 wheels4 wheels unicyclebicycletricycle__________
Martin Luther King Monday: Tuesday: In paragraph 1 and 2, which words help the reader know the meaning of segregation? Wednesday: Look at paragraph 4 and the calendar of January. What is the date of martin Luther king, Jr. Day according to this calendar? Thursday: This article was written mainly to ______________________. Friday: Why is Martin Luther King Jr. one of our great leaders?
Why Monkeys Have Long Tails Monday: Why did Mick stay on the ground after he fell out of the tree? Tuesday: Why did the monkeys stay in the trees? Wednesday: Why did the other monkeys want long tails, too?? Thursday: What happened to Mick when the lion and Mick’s mother pulled on him? Friday: Why did the lion let go of Mick’s tail?
Deserts Monday: Why is it difficult for plants and animals to survive in the desert? Tuesday: Look at the Venn diagram about deserts. Fill in the blank. Wednesday: Why do desert animals come out at night instead of the day? Thursday: In paragraph 1, arid means dry. What does semiarid mean? Friday: Paragraph 2 is mostly about ___________________________? Hot DesertCold Desert 1. Moisture evaporates. 2. _______ 1. Moisture freezes. 2. Summer is warm. 3. Winters are very cold. 1. Not many plants or animals.
Four Deserts Monday: Which desert is farthest north? Tuesday: Which sentence from the article helps you know which desert in the coldest desert? Wednesday: This article was written mainly to ___________? Thursday: Why would most people prefer to spend the winter in the Sonoran Desert instead of the Great Basin Desert? Friday: Which desert is mostly in Mexico?
Tall Tales Monday: What sentence in paragraph 2 helps the reader know what exaggerated means? Tuesday: Why did workers make up their own tall tale hero? Wednesday: What is this article mainly about? Thursday: In paragraph 1, which sentences tells that some people liked to make the tall tale more interesting when they retold it? Friday: What did settlers do for entertainment at the end of the day?
Two Tall Tale Heroes Monday: Look at the chart of Paul Bunyan and Pecos Bill. Fill in the blank. Tuesday: What happened after all of the rain fell out of the cyclone in paragraph 3? Wednesday: Pecos Bill was probably from what part of the United States? Thursday: In paragraph 1, which words help the reader know what loggers are? Friday: Where was Paul Bunyan born? Paul BunyanPecos Bill 1. born in Maine1. born in Texas 2. cut his teeth on a logging pole2. cut his teeth on a Bowie knife 3. raised by parents3. raised by ______________
Davey Crockett Monday: In paragraph 1, the word frontiersman means _______________. Tuesday: What was Davy Crockett’s motto? Wednesday: What sentence in paragraph 1 shows that people liked Davy Crockett? Thursday: Where did Crockett live after he left Tennessee in 1835? Friday: What is paragraph 3 mainly about?