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1 Big Question: Where does a bear hibernate? Author Author: Karma Wilson Genre Genre: Animal Fantasy

2 Big Question: Who lives in the grasslands? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review

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4 Monday Where does a bear hibernate?

5 Today we will learn: Build Background Amazing Words Shared Reading: Bear Snores On Vocabulary Words Introduce /k/ High-Frequency Words Decodable Reader 9: My Map Grammar: Adjectives for Sizes Shared Writing Journal Writing Science: Patterns in Nature Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy

6 Talk with Me, Sing with Me

7 Hush, Little Brown Bear Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could. And if the winter continues to storm, Stay in your cave, all safe and warm. And if it’s still blustery and cold, You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold. Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

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9 sleep

10 winter

11 cave

12 woods

13 storm

14 blustery

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18 bear

19 snores

20 lair

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24 Blend Sounds c a t C a m

25 High Frequency Words

26 we

27 like

28 by

29 more

30 my

31 had

32 word

33 now

34 Word Work

35 Blending Practice a m P a m a t m a t m a p t a p p a t s a t

36 High Frequency Words Review we the I am have is a to my

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38 the little cat sat The little cat sat.

39 Grammar Describing words are called adjectives. They help us describe people, animals, places and things. One way we use describing words is to tell about the way something looks. Today we are going to practice describing the size of the animals in Bear Snores On.

40 Let’s Write! The little cat ran after the big dog.

41 Daily Journal Writing Write or draw about where a bear lives in the winter.

42 Oral Language Comprehension Grammar Tomorrow we will read Bear Snores On again.

43 Tuesday Why does a bear hibernate in a covered place?

44 Today we will learn Today we will learn: Build Background Amazing Words Shared Reading: Bear Snores On Vocabulary Words Practice /c/ High-Frequency Words Phonics Story: The Cap Grammar: Adjectives for Numbers Shared Writing Journal Writing Science: Patterns in Nature Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy

45 Talk with Me, Sing with Me

46 Hush, Little Brown Bear Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could. And if the winter continues to storm, Stay in your cave, all safe and warm. And if it’s still blustery and cold, You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold. Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

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48 sleep

49 winter

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53 bear

54 snores

55 lair

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57 Can Cat Come to Captain’s Cove? Can Cat come to Captain’s cove, Captain’s cove, Captain’s cove? Can Cat come to Captain’s cove, In his cool car? Can Cat and Captain bake a cake, Bake a cake, bake a cake? Can Cat and Captain bake a cake, In baker’s caps, now?

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60 Blend Sounds c a p C a m a m c a t M a c

61 High Frequency Words Review my like have is

62 High Frequency Words

63 we

64 like

65 by

66 more

67 my

68 had

69 word

70 now

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72 the bear will sleep all winter The bear will sleep all winter.

73 Grammar Describing words are called adjectives. They help us describe people, animals, places and things. One way we use describing words is to tell the number. Today we are going to practice the number of some objects.

74 Let’s Write! I would look for food.

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76 calf

77 grassland

78 Daily Journal Writing Dictate and draw five words that begin with c/k/.

79 Oral Language Grammar Homework Tomorrow we will read about the animals going to school again Oral Language Grammar Homework Idea Tomorrow we will read about the bear again.

80 Wednesday Have you ever seen a real cave?

81 Today we will learn: Build Background Amazing Words Shared Reading: Bear Snores On Vocabulary Words Practice Final /k/ High-Frequency Words Student Reader: Winter Grammar: Adjectives for Colors and Shapes Shared Writing Journal Writing Science: Animal Characteristics Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy

82 Talk with Me, Sing with Me

83 Hush, Little Brown Bear Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could. And if the winter continues to storm, Stay in your cave, all safe and warm. And if it’s still blustery and cold, You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold. Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

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85 cave

86 woods

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90 bear

91 snores

92 lair

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95 Blend Sounds c a t c a p c a n c a b C a m

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98 Blend Sounds T a m t a p a t c a p

99 Rebus Words door cold play snowman snow

100 High Frequency Words

101 we my like is have to the

102 we

103 like

104 by

105 more

106 my

107 had

108 word

109 now

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111 brown bears live in caves Brown bears live in caves.

112 Grammar Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things. Color words and shapes are describing words, or adjectives.

113 Let’s Write! We like colorful caps. We like cuddly cats.

114 Daily Journal Writing Draw and label a tree covered with snow.

115 Respond to Literature Grammar Homework Idea Tomorrow we will read more about a class that visits many places.

116 Thursday When does a bear hibernate?

117 Today we will learn: Build Background Amazing Words Shared Reading: Miss Bindergarten Practice /p/ and/k/ High-Frequency Words Decodable Reader 10: My Cap Grammar: Adjectives for Sizes Shared Writing Journal Writing Science: Patterns in Nature Comprehension: Realism and Fantasy

118 Talk with Me, Sing with Me

119 Hush, Little Brown Bear Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could. And if the winter continues to storm, Stay in your cave, all safe and warm. And if it’s still blustery and cold, You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold. Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

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121 storm

122 blustery

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125 Phonics

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128 Blend Sounds c a p C a m M a c a t

129 High Frequency Words

130 we

131 like

132 by

133 more

134 my

135 have

136 is

137 the

138 had

139 word

140 now

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142 the bear sleeps in winter The bear sleeps in winter.

143 Grammar Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things.

144 Let’s Write! Simon Says, “clap, clap, clap!” Simon says, “Tap your ___! Clap, clap____! Tap, tap, ____! Simon says, “Pat your ____.” Simon says, “____ your mat.” Pat, pat, pat! Tap! Tap! ____!

145 Daily Journal Writing Draw and label one big animal and one little animal.

146 Respond to Literature Speaking & Listening Homework Idea Tomorrow we will read about a bear that lost his tail.

147 Friday Where does a bear hibernate?

148 Today we will learn: Build Background Amazing Words Shared Reading: “How the Bear Lost Its Tail” Review /k/ High-Frequency Words Progress Monitoring: Read the Words and Sentences Grammar: Adjectives for Numbers Shared Writing Journal Writing Science: How Heat Is Released Time for Math: What Is Your Favorite? Time for Art: Animal Faces

149 Talk with Me, Sing with Me

150 Hush, Little Brown Bear Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could. And if the winter continues to storm, Stay in your cave, all safe and warm. And if it’s still blustery and cold, You’ll always have your mama’s hand to hold. Hush, little brown bear in the woods, You’d sleep through the winter if you could.

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152 sleep

153 winter

154 cave

155 woods

156 storm

157 blustery

158 “How the Bear Lost Its Tail”

159 Phonics

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161 High Frequency Words

162 we

163 like

164 by

165 more

166 my

167 had

168 word

169 now

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171 there are six children singing There are six children singing.

172 Grammar Adjectives, or describing words, tell about people, animals, places, and things.

173 Let’s Write! Mr. Franklin has five cats. Max ate two bananas. Kelly read four books this week. Maria has three blue bows.

174 Daily Journal Writing Draw or write about something you do in the winter.

175 Phonics Shared Reading High-Frequency Words Next week we will read about a mouse and winter. What do you think will happen?

176 New Words Review

177 High Frequency Words we like by more my had word now

178 Vocabulary Words bear snores lair

179 Amazing Words sleep winter cave woods storm blustery

180 Progress Monitoring Progress Monitoring

181 Read the Words Set A cat cap Cam pat

182 Read the Words Set B caps cast cat map past Cam

183 Read the Sentences Set C 1. The cats can nap. 2. Cam is my little cat. 3. We can have a cat. 4. Did Pat like the cap? 5. Dad can have the top?


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