Little Quack U3W2

Posted by Tracy Malone on 11/17/2019

**Homework folders are to be turned in with completed homework each Friday.
 
Reading
 
Little Quack

Skill: Plot 
  • What is this skill? All stories have a beginning, middle, and an end. We call things that happen in the beginning, middle, and at the end of a story the plot.

  • Why is this important? Knowing about the plot can help a reader better understand a story. Good readers use what they already know to help them follow a story.    

Sight Words & Letters:
  • Review: me, she, with, I, am, the, little, a, to, is, have, we, my, like, for, he, at, in
  • Letters: Review all Letters and sounds
Phonemic awareness:
  • Initial Sounds: Say the beginning sound you hear in a word
  • Final Sounds: What is the last sound you hear?
  • Middle Vowel sounds
  • Phonemic Awareness: all sounds in a word: p/a/t
  • Syllables: How many syllables in word? 
  • Rhyming: Which words rhyme?
  • Onset Rhyme: c+at  p+at....
  • Grammar: Nouns, verbs, adjectives

Writing:

  • Letter and number formation
  • Write a proper sentence using sight words and first sounds in words
  • Proper use of periods, question marks, exclamation points
  • Spaces between words
  • Daily journal writing
  • Character, setting & details with words and pictures
  • Fiction vs Non-fiction
  • Reports
Social Studies
  • Past vs Present
  • Colonial Life
  • American Holidays

Math

Module 3
  • Topic D