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Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
Lesson 2 Day 2
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  • 1. Frog and Toad All Year Lesson 2 Day 2
  • 2. Question of the Day
    • How would you describe a frog?
      • What does a frog look like?
      • What does a frog sound like?
      • How does a frog move?
      • What color is a frog?
      • A frog is ________ and moves like _____.
    • Daily Proofreading
    • that frog likes to sit in the sun
      • That frog likes to sit in the sun.
  • 3. Even the quiet blue feathers of the parrot cannot silence his brash yellow squawking
  • 4. High Frequency Words Word Wall sign prove already eight police
  • 5.  
  • 6. High- Frequency Words
    • covered
    • everything
    • guess
    • through
    • woods
  • 7. Spelling Words
  • 8. n o t s g s p t b d p o t e e d b m u u m e g d
  • 9. Spelling Words in Context
    • I did my best to get a job at the pet store.
    • Can you get that spot out of my pants?
    • Tyler did not run fast enough to win the race.
    • The duck landed in the mud .
    • Kareem found ten toys under the bed .
  • 10. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • anonymous – If you wanted to be anonymous when you wrote a story, you wouldn’t use your own name.
    • unselfish – If you are unselfish, you share with others.
    • satisfied – If you are satisfied, you feel happy with the way things are.
    • neighborly – If you are neighborly, you are friendly to people who live near you.
  • 11. Grammar – statements and questions
    • Rabbit hopped to Owl’s house
      • Rabbit hopped to Owl’s house.
      • statement
    • Is Owl awake
      • Is Owl awake?
      • question
    • Owl was sleeping
      • Owl was sleeping.
      • statement
    • Can you wake up now
      • Can you wake up now?
      • question

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