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  • 1. Theme: All About UsUnit 1 Planner Unit 1 All About Us The Big Question by Cathy Roper illustrated by Sof ia Balzola What makes you special? Theme Video All About Us www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 12/13–24 pp. 40/41–52 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme We Are Special Ready, Set, Move! • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Short a Listen for Short a WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Short a Short a • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Short a Words with Short a • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words jump, not, up it, over, too READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Character and Setting Skill: Sequence of Events • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Automaticity Sound/Spellings Sound/Spellings • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Cat Can Jump We Can! On Level On Level Can You? Act It Out! Beyond Beyond Look at Chameleon! Time for Camp! ELL ELL I Can! Pat and Sam LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Word Order • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Personal Narrativeviii Unit 1
  • 2. Unit 1 Planner Comprehension Genre Nonfiction A nonfiction article gives information about a topic. Text Structure Sequence How do kids change Look for things as they get older? babies can do. Look for things kids can do as they get older.66 pp. 66/67–72/73 pp. 84/85–98 pp. 112/113–126WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowGrowing Up Pets Playing Together Spiral Review Character and Setting SequencePhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness PhotographsListen for Short i Listen for l Blends Listen for End Blends LabelsPhonics Phonics PhonicsShort i l Blends End Blends Writing Personal NarrativeSpelling Spelling SpellingWords with Short i Words with l Blends Words with End BlendsHigh-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Wordsbe, ride, run come, down, good, pull help, now, use, very Unit 1 Assessment, 137M–137N Comprehension Character and Setting,Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Sequence of Events, Plot,Strategy: Analyze Text Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Text Author’s PurposeStructure Structure Structure Phonemic Awareness/Skill: Sequence of Events Skill: Plot Skill: Author’s Purpose Phonics Short a, i; l Blends; FinalFluency Fluency Fluency BlendsBuild Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: WordAutomaticity Automaticity Automaticity Text Features/Sound/Spellings Sound/Spellings Sound/Spellings Study Skills Use Photographs,Approaching Approaching Approaching Labels, Book Parts, Lists,A Frog Grows and Changes Good Cat! Friends in Your Community RhymeOn Level On Level On Level GrammarA Frog Grows and Changes Kim’s Puppy Friends in Your Community Sentences, Word OrderBeyond Beyond BeyondA Frog Grows and Changes My Pet Hamster Friends in Your CommunityELL ELL ELLA Frog Grows and Changes Kim and Slim Your Community Fluency Assessment Diagnose and PrescribeGrammar Grammar Grammar Interpret AssessmentStatements Questions and Exclamations Writing SentencesWriting Writing WritingDescriptive Sentences Descriptive Sentences Personal Narrative All About Us ix
  • 3. Theme: Our Families, Our NeighborsUnit 2 Planner Unit 2 Our Families, Our Neighbors The Big Question How do families and neighbors help one another? Theme Video Our Families, Our Neighbors www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 12/13–26 pp. 42/43–56 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Animal Families Helping Out • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Short o Listen for Short e WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Short o Short e • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Short o Words with Short e • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words her, our, they, two eat, no, of, some, who READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Retell • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Automaticity Sound/Spelling Sound/Spelling • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching One Big Baby Trees Help On Level On Level One Big Baby Trees Help Beyond Beyond One Big Baby Trees Help ELL ELL One Big Baby Trees LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Nouns Plural Nouns • Writing Writing Writing Report How-To Sentencesviii Unit 2
  • 4. Unit 2 Planner Comprehension On the Beth Map and the Band Genre Nonfiction A nonfiction article gives information about a topic. by Anne Miranda Summarize illustrated by Lynne Cravath Main Idea and Details Look for details that show what the town is like. Greg and Stef live in a big town. They go out a lot.70 P1v2_CA_U2W5_CM_RD10.indd 119 9/18/07 9:00:11 AM pp. 70/71–76/77 pp. 88/89–104 pp. 118/119–134WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowOur Neighborhood At Home Neighborhood Fun Spiral Review Retell PlotPhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness DirectionsListen for s Blends/r Blends Listen for Short u Listen for Digraphs th/sh/-ng DiagramPhonics Phonics Phonicss Blends/r Blends Short u Digraphs th/sh/-ng Writing StorySpelling Spelling SpellingWords with s Blends and r Words with Short u Words with DigraphsBlends th/sh/-ngHigh-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Unit 2 Assessment,live, many, out, place again, could, make, one, then, all, put, show, together, under, 147M–147N three want Comprehension Main Idea and Detail, Retell, PlotComprehension Comprehension ComprehensionStrategy: Summarize Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Phonemic Awareness/Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Plot Skill: Retell Phonics Short o, e, u; s Blends, rFluency Fluency Fluency Blends; Digraphs th/sh/-ngBuild Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Text Features/Automaticity Automaticity Automaticity Study SkillsSound/Spelling Sound/Spelling Sound/Spelling Dictionary, Directions,Approaching Approaching Approaching Rhythm and Rhyme,Let’s Use a Map The Three Gruffs The Show Photographs, DiagramsOn Level On Level On Level GrammarLet’s Use a Map The Story of the Three Bears A Pet for Trish Sentence Punctuation,Beyond Beyond Beyond Days, Months, HolidaysLet’s Use a Map The Three Little Mice Sharing a GardenELL ELL ELLUse a Map The Three Bears Trish Gets a Pet Fluency Assessment Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentGrammar Grammar GrammarIrregular Plural Nouns Proper Nouns Days, Months, and HolidaysWriting Writing WritingReport Story Story Our Families, Our Neighbors ix
  • 5. Theme: Have Fun!Unit 3 Planner Unit 3 Have Fun The Big Question How can we have fun? Theme Video Have Fun www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 12/13–28 pp. 42/43–58 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Let’s Laugh Family Fun • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Long a: a_e Listen for Long i: i_e WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Long a: a_e Long i: i_e • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Long a: a_e Words with Long i: i_e • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words away, school, today, way, why call, funny, how, more, so, there READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Retell Skill: Make and Confirm Predictions • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Automaticity Echo-Read Echo-Read • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching Clem Goes to School Jane and Jan On Level On Level Late For School My Little Brother Beyond Beyond Kate’s Big Day My Loose Tooth ELL ELL We Are Late! Playing with Mike LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Verbs Present-Tense Verbs • Writing Writing Writing Story (Poem) Persuasive Sentencesviii Unit 3
  • 6. Unit 3 Planner Comprehension Genre Nonfiction A nonfiction article tells about real people and things. Reread Main Idea and Details Look for details that give information about masks. A mask hides your face. When you put on a mask, you can act out a story. You can act as if By Minda Novek you are not yourself. by Mary Anderson70 illustrated by Michael Garland pp. 70/71–76/77 pp. 88/89–106 pp. 122/123–140WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowMaking Art Being Creative Kids Around the World Spiral Review Make Predictions Main Idea and DetailsPhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness PhotographsListen for Digraphs ch, tch, Listen for Long o, long u, Listen for Three-Letter Blends Labelswh, ph long ePhonics Phonics PhonicsDigraphs ch, tch, wh, ph Long o, Long u, Long e Three-Letter Blends Writing Expository: DescriptiveSpelling Spelling Spelling LetterWords with Digraphs ch, tch, Words with Long o, Long u, Words with Three-Letterwh, ph Long e BlendsHigh-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Wordsevery, from, into, people, after, done, find, new, old, any, boy, by, does, friends, girl, Unit 3 Assessment,soon, your work water 153M–153N ComprehensionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Retell, Make Predictions,Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Main Idea and Details,Comprehension/Reread Comprehension/Reread Comprehension/Reread Draw Conclusions,Skill: Main Idea and Details Skill: Draw Conclusions Skill: Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast Phonemic Awareness/Fluency Fluency Fluency PhonicsBuild Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Long a, Long i, Long o,Automaticity Automaticity Automaticity Digraphs ch, tch, wh, ph,Echo-Read Echo-Read Echo-Read Three-Letter BlendsApproaching Approaching Approaching Text Features/What Is It Made Of? Hopscotch Daydream Holiday Fun Study SkillsOn Level On Level On Level Signs and Symbols, Charts,What Is It Made Of? The Painting Holiday Fun Floor Plans, Newspapers, AlliterationBeyond Beyond BeyondWhat Is It Made Of? A Cool Choo Choo! Holiday Fun GrammarELL ELL ELL Past-, Present-, and Future-What Is It Made Of? Dan and the Painting Fun Days Tense Verbs; Contractions with Not; Is and AreGrammar Grammar GrammarPast- and Future-Tense Verbs Is and Are Contractions with Not Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and PrescribePersuasive Sentences Descriptive Sentences Descriptive Sentences Interpret Assessment Have Fun! ix
  • 7. Theme: Let’s Team UpUnit 4 Planner Unit 4 Let’s Team Up The Big Question retold by Ruby Bell illustrated by Richard Bernal How do teams work together? Theme Video Let’s Team Up www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 10/11–27 pp. 40/41–57 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Teammates Family Time • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for Long a (ai, ay) Listen for Long e (e, ee, ea, ie) WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Long a (ai, ay) Long e (e, ee, ea, ie) • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with Long a (ai, ay) Words with Long e (e, ee, ea) • High-Frequency Words/Vocabulary High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words across, carry, eight, once, saw, about, give, pretty, says, were, upon, walked; borrow, trip write; concentrate, splendid READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Strategy: Ask Questions Skill: Make Predictions Skill: Character and Setting Fluency Fluency • Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity, Echo-Read, Automaticity, Echo-Read, Intonation Expression Approaching Approaching • Leveled Readers Fox and Snail When You Were Little On Level On Level A Day with Pig and Mule Talking with Grandpa Beyond Beyond Plop! A Tale from China A Special Trip ELL ELL Pig and Mule The Pictures LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Was and Were Has and Have • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Personal Narrativeviii Unit 4
  • 8. Unit 4 Planner Comprehension Genre Nonfiction A nonfiction article can tell about real people and events. Ask Questions Retell Tell what happens in order. César Chávez César Chávez was a great man. In his life he helped a lot of people. He helped people who picked crops the most.70 By Rachel Mann pp. 70/71–77 pp. 86/87–99 pp. 114/115–131WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowHelping the Community Better Together Animal Teams Spiral Review Character and Setting RetellPhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Captions, LabelsListen for Long o (o, oa, ow, Listen for Long i (i, y, igh, ie) Listen for Long e (y, ey) Context Cluesoe)Phonics Phonics PhonicsLong o (o, oa, ow, oe) Long i (i, y, igh, ie) Long e (y, ey) Writing StorySpelling Spelling SpellingWords with Long o (o, oa, Words with Long i (i, y, igh, ie) Words with Long e (y, ey)ow, oe) High-Frequency Words High-Frequency WordsHigh-Frequency Words ball, head, never, should, also, because, blue, or, other, Unit 4 Assessment,better, buy, change, move; shout; meadow, perhaps until; beautiful, danger 137KK–137LLdifficult, ripe Comprehension Retell, Make Predictions,Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Character and Setting,Strategy: Ask Questions Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Reread, Problem and SolutionSkill: Retell Skill: Plot Skill: Retell Phonemic Awareness/Fluency PhonicsBuild Fluency: Word Fluency Fluency Long a (ai, ay); Long e (e,Automaticity, Echo-Read, Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word ee, ea, ie); Long o (o, oa,Intonation Automaticity, Echo-Read, Automaticity, Echo-Read, ow, oe); Long i (i, y, igh, ie); Expression Intonation Long e (y, ey)ApproachingAll Kinds of Teams Approaching Approaching Text Features/ The Ant and the Grasshopper So Many Penguins Study SkillsOn LevelAll Kinds of Teams On Level On Level Captions, Numerical Lists, Lenny Lion and Molly Mouse So Many Penguins Charts, RepetitionBeyondAll Kinds of Teams Beyond Beyond Grammar The Ant and the Dove So Many Penguins Was and Were, Has andELL Have, Go and Do, See andTeams ELL ELL Saw, Adverbs Lenny and Molly PenguinsGrammar Grammar GrammarGo and Do See and Saw Adverbs That Tell When Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and PrescribeReport Story Report Interpret Assessment Let’s Team Up ix
  • 9. Theme: Nature WatchUnit 5 Planner Unit 5 Nature Watch The Big Question What can we learn about the world of nature? written and illustrated by Theme Video KEVIN HENKES Nature Watch www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 10/11–42 pp. 56/57–74 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme In the Sky What Scientists Do • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for r-Controlled Listen for r-Controlled Vowels: er, ir, ur Vowel: ar WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics r-Controlled Vowels: er, ir, ur r-Controlled Vowel: ar • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with r-Controlled Words with r-Controlled Vowels: er, ir, ur Vowel: ar • High-Frequency Words/Vocabulary High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words another, climbed, full, poor, grew, house, knew, would; through; leaped, lucky curious, idea READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity, Echo-Read Automaticity, Echo-Read Expression Intonation Approaching Approaching • Leveled Readers Mae Jemison The Moon On Level On Level The Moon Sylvia Earle Beyond Beyond The Moon Mr. Bell and the Telephone ELL ELL The Moon Sylvia Earle LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives Adjectives that Compare • Writing Writing Writing Descriptive Sentences (Poem) Reportviii Unit 5
  • 10. Unit 5 Planner Happy Fa Comprehension Genre Nonfiction How many sorts of storms ll from P in wh ee lD ay ! A nonfiction article s gives information do you know about? about a topic. Ask Questions Compare and Contrast Look for ways that storms are alike and ways they are different. Parker y Gretel ated b il llustr ow • Tarl llen by E There are all sorts of storms. Which storms do you see where you live?86 pp. 86/87–92/93 pp. 102/103–116 pp. 130/131–154WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowWhat’s the Weather? The Seasons Watching Animals Grow Spiral Review Compare and Contrast SequencePhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Compound WordsListen for r-Controlled Listen for Diphthongs ou, Listen for Diphthongs oi, oy Chart, Bold PrintVowel: or owPhonics Phonics Phonicsr-Controlled Vowel: or Diphthongs ou, ow Diphthongs oi, oy WritingDigraph: ea How-to ArticleSpelling Spelling SpellingWords with r-Controlled Words with Diphthongs ou, Words with Diphthongs oi,Vowel: or ow oy Unit 5 Assessment,High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words 165M–165Ngreat, know, sound, their, against, below, fall, orange, air, enough, eyes, learn, open;warm; extreme, predict sure, yellow; season, cub, wild wondered Comprehension Cause and Effect, Make Inferences, CompareComprehension Comprehension Comprehension and Contrast, Sequence,Strategy: Generate Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Sequence of EventsQuestions Skill: Sequence of Events Skill: SequenceSkill: Compare and Contrast Phonemic Awareness/ Phonics r-Controlled Vowels;Fluency Fluency Fluency DiphthongsBuild Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: WordAutomaticity, Echo-Read Automaticity, Echo-Read Automaticity, Echo-Read Text Features/Phrasing Intonation Phrasing Study SkillsApproaching Approaching Approaching Captions, Bold Print, Diagrams, Parts of a BookWhat Will the Weather Be? Growing Strawberries What Are Living Things?On Level On Level On Level GrammarWhat Will the Weather Be? Growing Strawberries What Are Living Things? Adjectives, Adjectives that Compare, SynonymsBeyond Beyond Beyond and Antonyms, ColorWhat Will the Weather Be? Growing Strawberries What Are Living Things? Words, Number Words,ELL ELL ELL PrepositionsThe Weather! All About Strawberries Living Things Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar GrammarSynonyms and Antonyms Color Words/Number Words Prepositions/Prep. Phrases Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentWriting Writing WritingReport Poem Persuasive Sentences Nature Watch ix
  • 11. Theme: AdventuresUnit 6 Planner Unit 6 Adventures The Big Question What kinds of adventures can we have on any day? Theme Video Adventures www.macmillanmh.com 2 3 Theme Opener pp. 10/11–32/33 pp. 46/47–72/73 WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Let’s Go Out! I Can Do It • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Listen for /u / and /ü/ ˙ Listen for /ô/ WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Vowel Digraphs /u / and /ü/ ˙ Vowel Digraphs /ô/ • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /u / and /ü/: oo ˙ Words with /ô/: au, aw • High-Frequency Words/Vocabulary High-Frequency Words/ High-Frequency Words/ Vocabulary Vocabulary always, father, four, love, along, early, instead, nothing, mother; firm, supposed thought; errand, suddenly READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Skill: Fantasy and Reality Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Automaticity, Echo-Read, Automaticity, Echo-Read, Expression: Intonation Appropriate Phrasing • Leveled Readers Approaching Approaching A Show We Love! Swim Like a Dolphin On Level On Level Let’s Put on a Show Dawn Skates! Beyond Beyond The Show Must Go On The Not So Gigantic Bike ELL ELL The Show Dawn Can Skate! LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Subjects and Predicates Pronouns • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative: Letter How-to Articleviii Unit 6
  • 12. Unit 6 Planner Comprehension Genre Nonfiction A nonfiction article tells about real By Oscar De La Hoya people and things. with Mark Shulman illustrated by Lisa Kopelke Reread What would it be like to Classify and Categorize have these three jobs? What different kinds of jobs do people have? If you were a zoo dentist, you could fix and clean a tiger’s teeth. You could fill a hole in an alligator’s tooth. You might even pull out an elephant’s tusk!86 pp. 86/87–92/93 pp. 102/103–126/127 pp. 140/141–160/161WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Show What You KnowAt Work Bugs, Bugs, Bugs! Special Days Spiral Review Character, Setting Make PredictionsPhonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Context CluesListen for Prefixes re-, un- Listen for Open and Closed Listen for Final Stable Captions Syllables Syllables ChartPhonics Phonics PhonicsWords with Prefixes re-, un- Open and Closed Syllables Final Stable Syllable Words WritingSpelling Report Spelling SpellingWords with Prefixes re-, un- Open and Closed Syllables Final Stable Syllable WordsHigh-Frequency Words High-Frequency Wordsbuild, goes, laugh, only; High-Frequency Words around, begin, brought, Unit 6 Assessment,interesting, ordinary been, before, gone, searching; certain, minutes, straight; 173M–173N clues, invisible cancel, daydream Comprehension Fantasy and Reality,Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Make Inferences, ClassifyStrategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor and Categorize, MakeComprehension: Reread Comprehension: Reread Comprehension: Reread Predictions, Character, SettingSkill: Classify and Categorize Skill: Make and Confirm Skill: Character and Setting Predictions Phonemic Awareness/Fluency Fluency Fluency PhonicsBuild Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Build Fluency: Word Vowel Digraphs /ů/, /ü/,Automaticity, Echo-Read, Automaticity, Echo-Read, Automaticity, Echo-Read, /ô/; Prefixes re-, un-; OpenExpression: Intonation Appropriate Phrasing Appropriate Phrasing and Closed Syllables; Final Stable SyllablesApproaching Approaching ApproachingSave Paper, Save Trees A Bee Like Me The Playhouse Text Features/On Level Study Skills On Level On LevelSave Paper, Save Trees Maps, Lists, Media Center The Painted Lady Butterfly The Birdhouse and Internet, Heads,Beyond Beyond Beyond Rhyming PatternSave Paper, Save Trees Where Are the Butterflies? Jenny’s Habitat GrammarELL ELL ELL Subjects and Predicates,Paper and Trees The Beautiful Butterfly Make a Birdhouse Pronouns, Using I and Me, Adverbs That Tell HowGrammar Grammar GrammarPronouns Using I and Me Adverbs That Tell How Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and PrescribeReport How-to Article Personal Narrative: Letter Interpret Assessment Adventures ix
  • 13. Unit 1 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING man, can, mat, cat 1 Pam and Sam Words Readers jump, not, up A Cap for Pam Story Words Show What You ON LEVEL man, ran, can, cat, hat, mat fly Know BEYOND man, ran, can, cat, hat, mat, flat, that High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING dad, sad, nap, map 2 I Can, Too! Words Readers over, it, too Mack Review: jump, not, Show What You ON LEVEL dad, sad, nap, tap, sack, back up Know Story Words tree, tag BEYOND dad, sad, nap, tap, sack, back, track, snack High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING pin, win, hit, sit 3 How You Grew Words Readers be, run, ride Jim Had a Big Review: over, it, too Hit ON LEVEL pin, win, hit, sit, miss, kiss Story Words Show What You learn, mama, Know puppy, talk BEYOND pin, win, hit, sit, miss, kiss, spin, skin For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 1 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 14. Unit 1 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING clap, clip, flip, slip4 Flip Words Readers good, come, down, Sam the Clam pull Show What You ON LEVEL clip, flip, slip, flag, black, plan Review: be, ride, run Know Story Words pet, class BEYOND clip, flip, slip, flag, black, plan, glass, place High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING land, sand, fast, past5 Soccer Words Readers help, now, use, Jazz Band very Show What You ON LEVEL land, sand, fast, past, sink, wink Review: good, Know come, down, pull Story Words BEYOND land, sand, fast, past, sink, wink, left, twist ball, soccer For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 15. Unit 2 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING hop, top, hot, lot 1 Animal Moms and Dads Words Readers her, two, they, our Fox on a Rock Review: very, now, Show What You ON LEVEL hop, top, log, hog, hot, lot use, help Know Story Words animal, clean, food BEYOND drop, top, log, hog, hot, lot, stop, frog High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING men, hen, let, get 2 Little Red Hen Words Readers who, no, of, some, Hen’s Eggs eat Show What You ON LEVEL leg, beg, men, hen, let, get Review: her, two, Know they, our Story Words BEYOND leg, beg, men, hen, let, get, spend, sled wheat, water, bread High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING drip, drop, spin, spill 3 On the Map Words Readers place, many, out, Pet Tricks live Show What You ON LEVEL spill, spin, grab, grass, drip, drop Review: who, no, of, Know some, eat Story Words BEYOND spill, spin, grab, grass, drip, drop, stamp, town branch For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 2 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 16. Unit 2 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING run, fun, bug, rug4 The Pigs, The Wolf, and the Words Readers three, could, make, Gus and Fluff Mud one, then, again Show What You ON LEVEL run, fun, nut, cut, bug, rug Review: place, Know many, out, live Story Words BEYOND run, fun, nut, cut, bug, rug, lunch, skunk good-bye, wolf High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING shop, ship, with, thin5 Beth and the Band Words Readers all, show, put, This and That together, want, Show What You ON LEVEL fish, shop, ship, with, thin, thank under Know Review: three, could, make, one, then, BEYOND fish, shop, ship, with, thin, thank, thick, again sixth Story Words sound, instrument, aunt For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 17. Unit 3 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING make, take, came, game 1 On My Way to School Words Readers way, school, today, Jane and Wade away, why Show What You ON LEVEL make, take, came, game, gate, late Review: all, put, Know show, together, under, want Story Words BEYOND make, take, came, game, gate, late, page, crocodile, tree, pool space High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING like, bike, ride, hide 2 Smile, Mike! Words Readers so, funny, how, Job Time for the more, call, there Pines ON LEVEL like, spike, ride, hide, bike, mine Review: way, school, Show What You today, away, why Know Story Words happy, bubble BEYOND like, spike, ride, hide, bike, mine, twice, shine High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING chin, chop, whip, whale 3 Masks! Masks! Masks! Words Readers every, from, soon, Such a Grand people, into, your Day ON LEVEL whip, whale, catch, match, chin, chop Review: so, funny, Show What You how, more, call, Know there Story Words BEYOND whip, whale, catch, match, chin, chop, Africa, animal, bird, which, chicken color, first, Japan, Peru For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 3 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 18. Unit 3 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING nose, note, cute, cube4 Rose Robot Cleans Up Words Readers after, old, find, new, Mole Bakes at done, work Home ON LEVEL hope, nose, note, rope, cute, cube Review: every, from, Show What You soon, people, into, Know your Story Words BEYOND hope, nose, note, rope, cute, cube, close, home, clean, quote brother, reading, robot, tomorrow, room High-Frequency Decodable APPROACHING split, splash, scrub, scrap5 Kids Have Fun! Words Readers any, boy, by, water, A Trip Last girl, friends, does Spring ON LEVEL strike, string, splash, split, scrub, scrap Review: after, old, Show What You find, new, done, Know work Story Words BEYOND strike, string, splash, split, scrub, scrap, dancing, holiday, throne, thrill hoop, move, leaves, lion, icy, read For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 19. Unit 4 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING mail, main, pay, rain, way, day 1 Drakes Tail Words: Readers once, upon, carry, Too Much Rain eight, across, saw, Today ON LEVEL mail, chain, play, rain, way, day walked Show What You Review: any, boy, Know girl, water, does, friends, by BEYOND mail, chain, play, rain, way, day, snail, gray Story Words: money, please, bees, kingdom, palace High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING me, feet, eat, we, keep, sea 2 Gram and Me Words: Readers give, says, about, Fox and the were, pretty, write Green Grapes ON LEVEL me, feed, seat, we, keep, beak Review: once, upon, Show What You carry, eight, across, Know saw, walked Story Words: BEYOND me, feed, seat, we, keep, beak, she, speed Grandmother, hello, flowers, salt, cook, learn, story High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING low, boat, no, row, oat, go 3 César Chávez Words: Readers buy, move, better, Grow and Glow change Show What You ON LEVEL low, boat, no, row, coat, go Review: give, says, Know about, were, pretty, write Story Words: BEYOND low, boat, no, row, coat, go, flow, great, farmer, picker snowman For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 4 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 20. Unit 4 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING find, night, by, kind, high, my4 The Kite Words: Readers never, head, should, The High Fly ball, shout Show What You ON LEVEL find, night, by, kind, right, my Review: buy, move, Know better, change Story Words: large, ground, short, BEYOND find, night, by, kind, right, my, bright, dry robins, bush, air, flew, watched High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING happy, puppy, funny, penny, sunny,5 Animal Teams Words: Readers bunny blue, because, until, Piggy is Messy other, also, or Show What You ON LEVEL bumpy, puppy, funny, penny, sandy, Review: never, head, Know bunny should, ball, shout Story Words: bird, giraffe, BEYOND bumpy, puppy, funny, penny, sandy, animals, zebras, bunny, sleepy, chilly wildebeests, clown fish For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 21. Unit 5 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING her, bird, fur, turn, dirt, sir 1 Kitten’s First Full Moon Words: Readers full, poor, another, Miss Burn’s Herb climbed, through Garden ON LEVEL her, bird, fur, fern, dirt, burn Review: blue, Show What You because, until, other, Know also, or Story Words: BEYOND her, bird, fur, fern, dirt, burn, germ, third edge, porch, scared, tongue High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING car, barn, arm, art, far, harm 2 Meet Ben Franklin Words: Readers knew, grew, would, Carly in the house Dark ON LEVEL cart, barn, arm, art, yarn, harm Review: full, poor, Show What You another, climbed, Know through Story Words: BEYOND cart, barn, arm, art, yarn, harm, chart, electricity, lightning, smart iron High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING born, horn, corn, fork, pork, cork 3 Stormy Weather Words: Readers warm, know, sound, No More Mort great, their the Short! ON LEVEL born, cork, horn, corn, fork, pork Review: knew, grew, Show What You would, house Know Story Words: weather, thunder, BEYOND born, cork, horn, corn, fork, pork, thorn, blizzard, tornadoes, sport scientists For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 5 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 22. Unit 5 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING cow, town, our, how, out, sour4 Happy Fall! Words: Readers against, fall, sure, A Proud Brown below, yellow, Ant ON LEVEL cow, town, mouse, how, out, mouth orange Show What You Review: warm, know, Know sound, great, their Story Words: BEYOND cow, town, mouse, how, out, mouth, squirrel, quiet, brown, cloud voice, touched, blew, squashed, heard, colorful High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING oil, coin, join, joy, toy, boy5 A Tiger Cub Grows Up Words: Readers open, eyes, learn, Roy’s Rich Soil enough, air Show What You ON LEVEL spoil, coin, join, joy, toy, boy Review: against, fall, Know sure, below, yellow, orange Story Words: BEYOND spoil, coin, join, joy, toy, boy, voice, enjoy nursery, tiger, bottle, chewing, doctor, healthy For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 23. Unit 6 Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated SpellingWord List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING book, look, took, soon, room, moon 1 Olivia Words: Readers four, mother, father, Let’s Find Out love, always Show What You ON LEVEL book, look, cook, took, hood, wood Review: open, eyes, Know learn, enough, air Story Words: brother, copying, BEYOND book, look, cook, took, hood, wood, alone, combs, cookie, notebook castles, museum High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING haul, cause, saw, claw, paw, jaw 2 Whistle for Willie Words: Readers early, instead, All for Paul thought, nothing, Show What You ON LEVEL haul, cause, saw, claw, paw, dawn along Know Review: four, mother, father, love, always Story Words: BEYOND haul, cause, saw, claw, paw, dawn, fault, whistle, carton, awful empty, practice, mirror, shadow High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING retry, reuse, remake, unpack, unsafe, 3 Cool Jobs Words: Readers untie only, goes, build, Born to Fly laugh Show What You ON LEVEL retry, reuse, remake, unpack, unsafe, Review: early, Know unlike instead, thought, nothing, along Story Words: BEYOND retry, reuse, remake, unpack, unsafe, alligator, medicine, unlike, refreshing, unbreakable chemicals, honey, gloves For additional spelling activities, T16 Unit 6 go to www.macmillanmh.com.
  • 24. Unit 6 (continued)Week Vocabulary Phonics Differentiated Spelling Word List High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING dentist, happen, summer, begin,4 Dot and Jabber and the Big Bug Words: Readers rabbit, baby before, been, gone, The Painting Mystery searching Problem ON LEVEL dentist, happen, protect, begin, rabbit, Review: only, goes, Show What You baby build, laugh Know Story Words: detectives, mystery, BEYOND dentist, happen, protect, begin, rabbit, solve, disappeared, baby, animal, elephant wonder, breathe High Frequency Decodable APPROACHING apple, table, purple, circle, middle,5 Super Oscar Words: Readers title straight, certain, The Birthday begin, brought, Party ON LEVEL apple, table, purple, circle, turtle, title minutes, around Show What You Review: before, been, Know gone, searching Story Words: BEYOND apple, table, purple, circle, turtle, title, Saturday, comfortable, possible neighborhood, grocery, guacamole, recipe, empanada For additional spelling activities, go to www.macmillanmh.com. Word List T17
  • 25. Taught as Taught as Taught as High- High- High- Frequency Frequency Frequency Word Word Decodable Word Word Decodable Word Word DecodableHigh-Frequency Words UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK a SSW1 U4W1 certain U6W5 he SSW2 U4W2 about U4W2 U6W4 change U4W3 head U4W4 U5W3 across U4W1 U6W4 climbed U5W1 help U1W5 U2W2 after U3W4 U5W1 come U1W4 her U2W1 U5W1 again U2W4 could U2W4 here SSW3 U4W2 against U5W4 do SSW2 house U5W2 U5W4 air U5W5 U6W3 does U3W5 how U3W2 U5W4 all U2W5 U6W2 done U3W4 I USSW1 U4W4 along U6W2 U6W4 down U1W4 U5W4 instead U6W2 U5W3 also U4W5 U6W4 early U6W2 into U3W3 always U6W1 U6W4 eat U2W2 U4W2 is SSW2 U1W3 and SSW2 U1W5 eight U4W1 it U1W2 U1W3 another U5W1 enough U5W5 jump U1W1 U2W4 any U3W5 every U3W3 knew U5W2 U6W1 are SSW2 U5W2 eyes U5W5 know U5W3 U4W3 around U6W5 U6W4 fall U5W4 U6W2 laugh U6W3 away U3W1 U6W4 father U6W1 learn U5W5 ball U4W4 U6W2 find U3W4 U4W4 like SSW1 U3W2 be U1W3 U4W2 for SSW3 U5W3 little SSW3 U6W3 because U4W5 U6W4 four U6W1 live U2W3 been U6W4 friends U3W5 look SSW3 U6W1 before U6W4 U5W4 from U3W3 love U6W1 begin U6W5 full U5W1 make U2W4 U3W1 below U5W4 U6W4 funny U3W2 U4W5 many U2W3 better U4W3 U5W1 girl U3W5 U5W1 me SSW3 U4W2 blue U4W5 U6W1 give U4W2 minutes U6W5 boy U3W5 U5W5 go SSW1 U4W3 more U3W2 U5W3 brought U6W5 goes U6W3 mother U6W1 build U6W3 gone U6W4 move U4W3 buy U4W3 good U1W4 U6W1 my SSW3 U4W4 by U3W5 U4W4 great U5W3 never U4W4 U5W1 can SSW1 U1W1 grew U5W2 U6W1 new U3W4 U6W1 call U3W2 U6W2 has SSW3 U4W2 no U2W2 U4W3 carry U4W1 U4W5 have SSW1 not U1W1 U2W1 T14 Unit 6
  • 26. Taught as Taught as Taught as High- High- High- Frequency Frequency FrequencyWord Word Decodable Word Word Decodable Word Word Decodable High-Frequency Words UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEK UNIT/WEEKnothing U6W2 some U2W2 were SSW3now U1W5 U5W4 soon U3W3 U6W1 what SSW3 U3W3of U2W2 sound U5W3 U5W4 where SSW3old U3W4 U4W3 straight U6W5 who U2W2once U4W1 sure U5W4 why U3W1 U4W4one U2W4 the SSW1 U4W2 with SSW3 U2W5only U6W3 U4W5 their U5W3 work U3W4open U5W5 U6W4 then U2W4 U2W5 would U5W2or U4W5 U5W3 there U3W2 write U4W2 U3W4orange U5W4 they U2W1 yellow U5W4 U4W3other U4W5 this SSW2 U2W5 you SSW2 U6W1our U2W1 U5W4 thought U6W2 your U3W3out U2W3 U5W4 three U2W4 U4W2over U1W2 U5W1 through U5W1people U3W3 to SSW1place U2W3 U3W2 today U3W1play SSW2 U4W1 together U2W5poor U5W1 too U1W2 U6W1pretty U4W2 two U2W1pull U1W4 under U2W5 U5W1put U2W5 until U4W5 U4W3ride U1W3 U3W2 up U1W1 U2W4run U1W3 U2W4 upon U4W1 U6W4said SSW2 use U1W5 U3W4saw U4W1 U6W2 very U1W5says U4W2 walked U4W1 U6W2school U3W1 want U2W5 U6W2searching U6W4 warm U5W3see SSW1 U4W2 was SSW3she SSW2 U4W2 water U3W5 U6W2should U4W4 way U3W1 U4W1shout U4W4 U5W4 we SSW1 U4W2show U2W5 U4W3so U3W2 U4W3 High-Frequency Words T15