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Theme 5: Family Time
Author: Patricia Polacco Selection 4: Thunder Cake
Author: Patricia Polacco
Genre: Realistic Fiction Realistic characters and events come to life in a fictional plot
Plot The plot is the sequence of events in the story. This often includes a problem and resolution.
Phonics and Spelling Focus: Words that End with –ed or –ing Basic: battedclappedhugging steppedrunningsitting stoppedgettingshopping pinned Challenge: jogging flipped
Phonics Focus: Silent Consonants –gh, k(n), b lightknitlamb night knightlimb fightknobcrumbs sightknapsackdumb thought kneenumb caught kneading
Phonics review: The sound of –y at the end of Longer Words hurrysoftly carefullybuttery everythingfinally suddenlytwenty
High-Frequency Words: air child heavy hour
High-Frequency Word Review: afraidminute earlyonly halfwarm heardwinter
Key Vocabulary: lightning- a flash of light in the sky bolt- a flash or stroke of lightning horizon- the line where sky and earth seem to meet
lightning A flash of light in the sky
bolt A flash or stroke of lightning
horizon The line where sky and earth seem to meet
Key Vocabulary: thunder- the rumbling sound that follows lightning rumbled- made a deep rolling sound weather- what it is like outside
thunder The rumbling sound that follows lightning
rumbled Made a deep rolling sound
weather What it is like outside
damp - a little wet clap - a loud, sudden sound cooed - talked softly & fondly crowed - talked happily Other Vocabulary :
damp a little wet
clap a loud, sudden sound
cooed talked softly and fondly
crowed Talked happily
Other Vocabulary: penned - wrote out creased - marked with a fold ingredients - things that go into a mixture scurried - moved in a hurry gather - to bring together
penned wrote out
creased marked with a fold
ingredients parts of a mixture, or the stuff you put in
scurried moved in a hurry, fast
gather to bring together
Other Vocabulary: peck - to hit with a beak croaked - spoke in a rough, hoarse way jagged - having sharp points sticking out crept - moved slowly
peck to hit with a beak
croaked spoke in a rough, hoarse way
jagged Having sharp points sticking out
crept moved slowly
Other Vocabulary: bellowed - made a deep roaring sound churned - beat milk in a special container to make butter batter - a mixture of wet and dry ingredients faded - lost its brightness
bellowed made a deep roaring sound
churned beat milk in a special container to make butter
batter a mixture of dry and wet ingredients
faded lost its brightness
samovar A metal urn with a faucet at the base, used to boil water for tea
Vocabulary Skills: Dictionary Finding Words with Endings huggedcounting steamingrattled cooedpatting Look for the base word.
Information & Study Skills: Taking Notes
Grammar Skills: Verbs present to past is / was are / were He/she/it is… He/she/it was… We/they are…We/they were…
Writing Skills: Dialogue “It’s only the thunder you are hearing,” my grandma said.
Curriculum Link: Drama Readers’ Theater “Sun and Ice”
I Reading Books: Phonics Library: Eight Daughters The Family Garden by Linda Dunlap
Batted Words that end in –ed or -ing. getting Words that end in –ed or -ing.
Thunder Cake Written & Illustrated by Patricia Polacco.
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Thunder Cake Vocabulary Review By: Patricia Polacco.
Thunder Cake Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Third Grade Teachers.
Theme 6: Talent Show Theme 6, Selection 2 Title: Moses Goes to a Concert Author: Isaac Millman.
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Patricia Polacco Author Study
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Thunderstorms. What is a thunderstorm? A thunderstorm is a storm with lightning and thunder. Lightning is a bright flash of electricity made by a thunderstorm.
First Grade How can I help my child to become a better reader?
6 TH GRADE ACADEMIC VOCABULARY 1 ST GRADING PERIOD.
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Adelina’s Whales Text and Photos by Richard SobolRichard Sobol.
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You need your text book. Lesson 22 Day 1. Phonics and Spelling What words in each sentence have the /ô/ sound? The soft cat started to yawn right after.
OBJECTIVE: RETELL AND SUMMARIZE A STORY’S PLOT A WISE OLD WOMAN.
A Train to Somewhere Genre: Historical Fiction Author’s Purpose: Inform, Express Skill: Sequence By: Eve Bunting Compiled by Terry Sams, PESTerry Sams.
Theme 3 Re-teach Week. Focus Skill: Cause and Effect.
You need your text book, workbook, pencil and journal.
By Laura Ingalls Wilder Illustrations by Garth Williams The Swimming Hole Genre: Classic Historical Fiction Author’s Purpose: Inform, Entertain Reading.
By Laura Ingalls Wilder Illustrations by Garth Williams The Swimming Hole Genre: Classic Historical Fiction Authors Purpose: Inform, Entertain Reading.
Tuesday February 10 th Lesson 21, Day 2. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: What do hamsters like.
You need your textbook, workbook, journal and pencil. Lesson 15 day 2.
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Two Days In May By Harriet Peck Taylor Realistic Fiction Making Connections.
In Thunder Cake, what weather conditions did the characters need in order to bake their cake? A thunder storm!
Big Question: What does a train need to get over the mountain? Author: Watty Piper Genre: Classic Fantasy.
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Day 3 Anansi Goes Fishing. Today we will learn: * Vocabulary: New Amazing Words * Phonics/Spelling: Compound Words * Words: Story Words and High-Frequency.
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Lesson 2 Day 2 You will need a pencil, paper, and your reading book.
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