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Unit 3 Week 4
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Spelling Words
High – Frequency & Vocabulary Words
Reading: Plot
Grammar: Verbs Present & Past
Additional Online Resources
Frog and Toad Together
Created by Connie Rosenbalm
Question of the Week
Day 1 Morning Warm-Up!
In winter, flowers go
away. In spring,
flowers start to grow
in gardens. Do we have
a garden near our
school?
What changes happen
in a garden?
Amazing Words
gardener
nature
sprout
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Click to
Play Song
Shared Literature
Sprout! It’s a Garden
Here is what a good gardener knows
Seeds need sunshine golden.
Rain falls down and each seed grows.
Sprout! It’s a garden.
It takes time to see the plants.
The blooms will not be sudden.
Just let nature have a chance.
Sprout! It’s a garden.
Spelling Words
Adding -ed
ask
asked
plan
planned
help
helped
jog
jogged
call
called
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Apply Phonics
Decodable Reader and Leveled Readers
Phonics Target Skill
inflected endings –ed and -ing
Online Activities & Lessons
Starfall – Scott Joplin (inflected ending)
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
Word Sort by Amanda Hall
Word Sort with Base Word by Amanda
Hall
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Build Background
Build Background
Seed to Plant
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Plot
A story’s plot is what
happens in the beginning,
middle, and end of a story.
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P
L
O
T
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Reading Target Skill
Plot
Online Activities
• Assignment Discovery: Hans Christian
Andersen and the Elements of a Story
• Interactive Story Map
• Interactives: Elements of a Story
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
• Plot and Connections Power Point
• Graphic Organizer
• Beginning, Middle, and End (Lessons are in
ABC order)
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Shared Writing
Verbs for Now
and the Past
Grammar Skill
First Grade Unit 3 Week 4
Created by Kristi Waltke
Jefferson County
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An action
word or verb
is something
you can do.
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Here are some
verbs. These
are actions.
run jump
swim
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If the action is being done
by one person, the
verb will need to end
with the letter
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s.
rides his
Bob _____
bike.
ride
rides
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Sam _____
jumps up.
jump
jumps
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If the action is being done
by more than one
person, the verb will
not need the letter s
added.
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Dad and I _____
eat
cereal.
eat
eats
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We all _____
ride the bus.
ride
rides
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Now
for
something
new!
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Verbs can tell what
the action is now or
what the action
was in the past.
Verbs that tell
about the past end
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Toad jumps.
Now
Toad jumped.
Past
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barked
The dog ________
at me last night.
barks barked
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walked to
Tom _______
school yesterday.
walks
walked
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Jeff and Billy _____
played
soccer during recess.
play
played
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Now Mrs. Ingle waters
______ the plants.
waters
watered
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Look! The man jogs
______ so fast.
jogs
jogged
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Learning about verbs for now and
the past will help you become a
super writer!
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Grammar Target Skill
Verbs: Now and Past
Online Activities
Starship English-BBC
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
Verbs for Now and Past Power Point
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Daily Fix-It
1. Dan helpped me plant my seeds
2. They will be litle plants son.
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Daily Fix-It
1. Dan helpped me plant my seeds
Dan helped me plant my seeds.
2. They will be litle plants son.
They will be little plants soon.
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Day 2 Morning Warm-Up!
We will read
about the four
seasons.
Many things
change each
season.
Why do you think
the seasons
change?
Amazing Words
dim
shade
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Shared Literature
Which season would you
expect to have the most
flowers?
What happens in the
shade or when light is
dim?
Phonics Target Skill
r- controlled ar
Online Activities & Lessons
• Starfall
• United Streaming - Bossy R
• Between the Lions: A-r Song
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Spelling Words
Adding -ed
ask
asked
plan
planned
help
helped
jog
jogged
call
called
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Apply Phonics
Decodable Reader and Leveled Readers
Interactive
Writing
Describe each season?
Write a sentence about each season.
An action
word or verb
is something
you can do.
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If the action is being done
by one person, the
verb will need to end
with the letter
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s.
Verbs can tell what
the action is now or
what the action
was in the past.
Verbs that tell
about the past end
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Grammar Target Skill
Verbs: Now and Past
Online Activities
Starship English-BBC
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
Verbs for Now and Past Power Point
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Daily Fix-It
3. I plantted seeds last spring
4. next year I will do it agan.
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Daily Fix-It
3. I plantted seeds last spring
I planted seeds last spring.
4. next year I will do it agan.
Next year I will do it again.
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Day 3 Morning Warm-Up!
Today we will read
about Toad.
Toad plants seeds in
a garden.
He reads and sings
and shouts at his
seeds.
What does a real
garden need to
grow?
Amazing Words
blossom
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Shared Literature
When is the best time to
plant a garden? Why?
If we plant flowers in the
spring, when will the
blossoms appear?
Do flowers grow quickly or
slowly? How can you tell?
Word Sort: -ed and -ing
Ending -ed
Ending -ing
Build Background
gardens
Vocabulary
Frog and
Toad
Together
by Arnold Lobel
What do seeds need to
grow?
Source: Hamilton Ohio School District
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As We Read Think About:
•What is the plot of the story?
•How are the characters the same?
•How are the characters different?
•What is the problem in the story
and how does it get solved?
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Let’s Summarize
the Story!
•Who where the Characters
in the story?
•How were the characters
the same? How were they
different?
•What was the Theme or
Main Idea of the story?
•What was the problem and
solution in the story?
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Review the
story:
Look on page 98
What does Toad
want?
Why does he
want it?
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Review the
story:
Look on page 100
What problem
does Toad have?
What does Toad
do to solve this
problem?
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Review the
story:
Look on page 101
Impatient means
“in a hurry”. How
is Toad impatient?
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Review the
story:
Look on page 106
Why do you think
Toad thinks that
singing and reading
to his seeds will
make them less
afraid?
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Review the
story:
Look on page 106
Why do you think
Toad thinks that
singing and reading
to his seeds will
make them less
afraid?
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Now that we have read:
•What is the plot of the story?
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Now that we have read:
•What is the plot of the story?
The plot of the story is about the seeds
growing. In the beginning, Toad had a
problem because his seeds wouldn’t grow.
He tired different things to get them to
grow, but in the end, the seeds just
needed time to grow.
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Now that we have read:
•What is the problem in the story
and how does it get solved?
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Now that we have read:
•What is the problem in the story
and how does it get solved?
Toad wants a garden but doesn’t
know how to grow one. Frog helps
him by giving him some seeds and
teaching him to be patient.
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How are Frog and Toad the same? How are they
different?
Frog
Toad
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Extend Your Thinking!
When you want to tell someone
about a story, you tell them the
most important parts in the order
that they happened.
What are the important things that
happened in Frog and Toad the
Garden?
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Make Connections
Make a Text-to-Text Connection
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Make Connections
Make a Self-to-Text Connection
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How have you been impatient like Toad was in Frog
and Toad the Garden?
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Put it in Writing
Use the Chart to write how
you are Toad were the both
impatient.
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P
L
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Reading Target Skill
Plot
Online Activities
• Assignment Discovery: Hans Christian
Andersen and the Elements of a Story
• Interactive Story Map
• Interactives: Elements of a Story
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
• Plot and Connections Power Point
• Graphic Organizer
• Beginning, Middle, and End (Lessons are in
ABC order)
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Use ending to determine meaning
Using the story, identify words with the following
inflected endings
-s
-ed
-ing
Grammar Target Skill
Verbs: Now and Past
Online Activities
Starship English-BBC
Smartboard Activities & Lessons
Verbs for Now and Past Power Point
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Daily Fix-It
5. I put thre seeds in one pot?
6. then I gave them watter.
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Daily Fix-It
5. I put thre seeds in one pot?
I put three seeds in one pot.
6. then I gave them watter.
Then I gave them water.
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Day 4 Morning Warm-Up!
Toad tried to make
his seeds sprout.
Today we will read
about what flowers
really need to grow.
What would you
plant in a garden?
Amazing Words
humongous
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destroy
Shared Literature
Listen to find out
what the boy does
when he finds the
plant.
Phonics Review:endings –es; plural –es; r controlled or, ore
Words with
or, ore
Words without
or, ore
Spelling Words
Adding -ed
ask
asked
plan
planned
help
helped
jog
jogged
call
called
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Writing Across the Curriculum
How do plants grow?
1.
2.
3.
4.
What Does a Plant Need in Order to Grow?
Daily Fix-It
5. I put thre seeds in one pot?
6. then I gave them watter.
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Daily Fix-It
5. I put thre seeds in one pot?
I put three seeds in one pot.
6. then I gave them watter.
Then I gave them water.
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Day 5 Morning Warm-Up!
We have learned
how blossoms
sprout from seeds.
We know that dim
light can destroy
some plants.
What can a
gardener do to grow
big flowers?
Shared Literature
How did the boy
feel about his new
location?
Why did he change
his mind?
How do you think he felt about
the things the other boy said
about the East?
Building Oral Vocabulary
Now
Past
Ending –ed and -ing; and ar words
Review
Underline words with ending –ed and -ing and identify the
r-controlled ar words.
Clark tripped on a sharp rock in the yard.
Running around a large park is fun.
We stopped to look at the stars in the dark
sky.
The sharks are swimming in deep water.
High Frequency Words
Read the clues. Answer each clue with a
Word to Read on page 94.
__________ lots
of books about
Frog and Toad.
High Frequency Words
Read the clues. Answer each clue with a
Word to Read on page 94.
Read many not
____.
Each time will seem
brand new.
High Frequency Words
Read the clues. Answer each clue with a
Word to Read on page 94.
Don’t be ____ to
plant a seed.
High Frequency Words
Read the clues. Answer each clue with a
Word to Read on page 94.
____ will it grow?
You know.
High Frequency Words
Read the clues. Answer each clue with a
Word to Read on page 94.
Rain, sun, and
time, and ____ a
plant
Will start to grow!
Daily Fix-It
9. he planted the seds.
10. Jan and I waters the garden
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Daily Fix-It
9. he planted the seds.
He planted the seeds.
10. Jan and I waters the garden
Jan and I water the garden.
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Review High Frequency Words
the
that
take
help
them
way on
do and
in up
use get
this put
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Review High Frequency Words
eat too home
your paper her
small tree no
many into saw
good old want
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Review High Frequency Words
catch could be
there horse out
who live work
now people
together inside
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Review High Frequency Words
down find food
grow under new
also water their
other ground
same family
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Review High Frequency Words
always become
everything day
stays
things
nothing
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Review High Frequency Words
any
ever
every own
sure
were
enough
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Additional Online Resources
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Frogs on a Log
Garden Shop - Starfall (Sequence)
Naming Game – Items found in a garden
Spelling City
Carl’s Corner
Practice, Spelling, & Grammar Workbook
Pages
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