20 Vocabulary flower – the blossoming part of a plant tight – firm quite – veryshouted – yell loudlyThe Garden/ Saguaro
21 Sound Practice i _le _igh ie _y ow _ce gi i_e ing _ed qu The Garden/ Saguaro
22 Sight Word Practice five would there was one people two saw come were couldknowThe Garden/ Saguaro
23 The Garden 1Good morning! A dandelion is a weed. This plant has a strong root that is hard to pull up. It can grow up to fifteen inches long! What happens if you leave some of the root behind when you weed?
24 Daily Language Review Kyle’s garden has vines and sticks. The water dripped back into the water’s container.Lynn gave the seeds to Lynn’s teacher.Possessive pronounsThe Garden 1
25 sheep daydream stay tight Find a Word Gamemeter even behind mealsheep daydream stay tightsight right bone conetide grow toad boatThe Garden 1
26 wish still stick fix ridge running little window music robin by fry friedThe Garden 1
31 Daily Language ReviewThe bird has broken _______ wing. Your plants look better than mine. _______ look better. The seeds belong to me. Here are my seeds. They are ________.Possessive pronounsThe Garden 2
33 try tried fine nice quite times shine high night right frightened tightropeThe Garden 2
34 The five kites can glide in the sky. The Garden 2
35 The Garden 3Good morning! The sunflower grows and dies in the same year. It leaves its many seeds to survive and grow into plants the next year. What do sunflower seeds look like? Have you ever eaten them?
37 Daily Language Review We have a dog. We took _______ dog to the vet. Mr. Smith asked the players to put ________ shoes in the lockers.Mom said, “You and your friend need to wash ________ hands before dinner.”The Garden 3Possessive pronouns
41 Vocabulary shrub – stem – the stalk small of the flower bush or plant vine – plant with a very longstem that can grow along the ground or up a wallenergy – strength to do somethingGreen and Growing
42 Sound Practice ow ck o oa _es o_e ow kn_ sh _le oa wr_ Green and Growing
43 Sight Word Practice should other want from how any around my know come saidsomeGreen and Growing
44 Green and Growing 1Good morning! Most plants grow from the tips of their leaves. Grass grows from the base of its leaves. This is why grass is a good plant for lawns. It can recover quickly after being mown. Did you know you are walking on plants when you walk on grass?
45 Daily Language Review The girls opened _________ gifts at the party. Class, open _______ books to page 55.We won! Out of all the plants, they liked ________ the best.Pronouns and synonymsGreen & Growing 1
46 grow bite bright few made bone paid sleep Find a Word Green & Growing 1
47 pods blocks boxes knot gold slopes blown coast got goat hop hope soak Green and Growing 1
48 The wind blows yellow and brown leaves into my yard. Green & Growing 1
80 Vocabulary trapping – catching, allow to enter but not exit wetlands – land made ofwet marsh or swampattracts – draw attention toinsects – bugs with 6 legs, 3 body parts and no backbonePlants That Eat Animals
81 Sound Practice a_e igh ai ow o_e e_e _y u ie i_e u_e oa Plants That Eat Animals
82 Sight Word Practice pretty your what their saw water over from would helpsomemakePlants That Eat Animals
83 Plants That Eat Animals 1 Good morning! Hummingbirds visit flowers to feed on nectar. While they are doing this, their long beaks become covered in pollen, which they then carry to other flowers. What happens when the pollen is carried to other flowers?
84 Daily Language Review Plants will live if they are not watered. Some plants crawl under the ground.Mine was the first seed to open.Antonyms and contractionsPlants That Eat Animals 1
85 name shaped player grain strain white flytrap kinds tied night open folderPlants That Eat Animals 1
86 Jane gave your tiny kitten a bowl of water. Plants That Eat Animals 1
87 Sight Wordspretty yourPlants That Eat Animals 1
88 Plants That Eat Animals 2 Good morning! Some flowers smell sweeter at night. This attracts moths. Have you ever seen a moth? What do you know about moths?
89 Daily Language Review I am I’m you would you’d cannot can’t they have they’vecontractionsPlants That Eat Animals 2
90 know float stone fume unicorn sweet squeal concrete shampoo royal artistpowderPlants That Eat Animals 2
91 Jacob and Logan saw their pretty blue kite float away. Plants That Eat Animals 2
92 Plants That Eat Animals 3 Good morning! Plants can protect themselves from animals. For example, a touch of poison ivy might cause a bad skin rash and itching. Have you ever seen poison ivy? What does it look like?