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  • Frog and Toad All Year Lesson 2 Day 4
  • Question of the Day
    • What words can you use to describe the wind?
      • How can the wind feel? Can it feel hot? Cold?
      • Can you hear the wind? What does it sound like?
      • What happens when the wind passes through trees? The wind is _________.
      • Daily Proofreading
    • who saw the frog jump
    • Who saw the frog jump?
  • Who has seen the wind?             Neither I nor you: But when the leaves hang trembling,             The wind is passing through.     Who has seen the wind?             Neither you nor I: But when the trees bow down their heads,             The wind is passing by. Christina Rossetti
  • High Frequency Words Word Wall everything police sign covered already prove woods eight guess through
  • Plural and Singular Add –s to form most plural nouns. Add –es to form plural of a noun that ends in s, x, ch or sh.
  • Plural and Singular Add –s to form most plural nouns. Add –es to form plural of a noun that ends in s, x, ch or sh .
  • Spelling Words
  • o s j b
  • e b d t
  • c o u k d
  • o n t d
  • e p b s t
  • u r n b
  • o l p t s
  • o e t g
  • a u d m
  • e p t n
  • hel met
  • con test
  • sub ject
  • rot ten
  • pup pet
  • High – Frequency Words
  • Characters Duck’s New Friend
    • Duck landed on the pond with a big splash.
    • “ Hey, watch out!” Turtle said. He was lying in the sun. He did not want to get wet.
    • “ Sorry,” Duck said. “Can you help me find the best grass to eat?”
    • “ I can’t help you. I’m busy,” Turtle said.
    • Then Duck saw a frog sitting on a log. “Can you help me?” Duck asked. “I’m new here and I’ve been flying all day.”
    • “ Sure,” Frog said. “Follow me.”
    • Duck swam after Frog. Frog took her to a grassy area. “This is where I like to catch bugs,” he said. “It’s the best place for tall grass.”
    • “ Thanks,” Duck said. “I’ll help you one day, too”
  • Build Robust Vocabulary
    • neighborly, described
      • waters the neighbors’ plants
      • blocks the neighbors’ driveway
      • spills trash on the sidewalk
      • bakes the neighbors a cake
    • ventured, edge
      • the edge of a sidewalk
      • the edge of a jungle
      • the edge of a playground
      • the edge of a roof
    • unselfish
      • Raul gave a friend a blanket.
      • Simone took the last cookie.
      • Kwong let a teammate score.
      • Jaime bought a comic book.
  • Grammar
    • Statements and Questions
      • A statement tells something, and a question asks something.
      • A statement and a question begins with a capital letter.
      • A statement ends with a period, and a question ends with a question mark.
    • The dog chased the squirrel.
    • Did you see the squirrel jump?
    • The squirrel raced up the tree.
    • What will the dog chase next?
  • Writing
    • Paragraph
      • The beginning of a paragraph is indented.
      • The first sentence is a statement that tells the main idea.
      • The other sentences give more details about the main idea.
      • Each statement begins with a capital letter and ends with a period.