What happens when the wind passes through trees? The wind is _________.
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 .
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
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
waters the neighbors’ plants
blocks the neighbors’ driveway
spills trash on the sidewalk
bakes the neighbors a cake
the edge of a sidewalk
the edge of a jungle
the edge of a playground
the edge of a roof
Raul gave a friend a blanket.
Simone took the last cookie.
Kwong let a teammate score.
Jaime bought a comic book.
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?
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.