Theme: Our WorldUnit 1 Planner pages 10J–37V pages 38A–73V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme New Beginnings Keeping in Touch Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary downstairs, nervous, crackle, announced, fumbled, chuckled, soared, starry, envelope, nonsense, trudged photograph Words Parts: Compound Context Clues: Sentence Words Clues • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Words with Short Vowels The CVCe Pattern READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Story Strategy: Analyze Story Structure Structure Skill: Character, Setting, Skill: Character, Setting, Plot Plot • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Dialogue and Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The New House The E-Mail Pals ON LEVEL ON LEVEL The New Kid Dear Ghana BEYOND BEYOND The New Hometown Faraway Home ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The First Day Letters to Africa LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Personal Narrative Friendly Letter • Grammar Grammar Statements and Grammar Commands and Questions Exclamations Spelling Spelling • Spelling Words with Short Vowels The CVCe Pattern 10B
Real World Reading Unit 1 Planner Comprehension Genre Whose Nonfiction Articles give information about real people, places, or things. Habitat Summarize Main Idea and Details Is It? A main idea is the most important point of the What happens when human article. Details support the communities expand into main idea. wildlife habitats? hey come out of the woods T when darkness falls. They are hungry, and they are not picky eaters. Black bears are content munching on birdseed, chicken bones, or other food scraps. “It’s been going on for about three years,” says Gregg Baker, 49. He lives in Margaretville, New York, at the edge of a forest. One night he woke to the sound of banging. “I went running downstairs,” says Baker. “There was a bear on the A black bear visits picnic table attempting to get in the someone’s backyard. kitchen window.” 78 pages 74A–85V pages 86A–115V pages 116A–147V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Building Communities Antarctic Life People and Their Pets Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Personal NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary neighborhood, content, fierce, whips, echoes, perfect, challenge, addressing, resort shuffles, huddle, junior, healthy, satisfy, manage, Dictionary: Unfamiliar down scratch, appetite Words Dictionary: Homographs Dictionary: Multiple- Unit 1 Assessment, Meaning Words 7–24Phonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension Words with /ā/ Words with /ō/ Words with /ī/ Character, Setting, Plot, Main Idea and Details, Problem and SolutionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Analyze Story Vocabulary Strategies Skill: Main Idea Skill: Main Idea Structure Word Parts: Compound and Details and Details Skill: Problem and Words; Context Clues: Solution Sentence Clues; Dictionary: Unfamiliar Words, Homographs, Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Multiple-Meaning Words Pronunciation Tempo Pausing Text Features/LiteraryAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Elements/Study Skills A Year at the Pond Blue Whales of Antarctica The Rescue Bar Graphs, Time Lines, Using a Dictionary,ON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Diagrams, Rhythmic Saving the Rainforest The Weddell Seals of Charlie’s Pet Problem Patterns and Imagery Antarctica GrammarBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Sentences The Deep Green Forest The Wandering Albatross Dan’s Idea WritingENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Personal Narrative The Rainforest The Weddell Seals Charlie Has a ProblemWriting Writing Writing Fluency Assessment Extended Response to Poem Personal Narrative Literature Diagnose and Prescribe Interpret AssessmentGrammar Subjects Grammar Predicates Grammar Compound Results SentencesSpelling Spelling Spelling Words with /ā/ Words with /ō/ Words with /ī/ Our World 10C
Theme: InvestigationsUnit 2 Planner pages 152J–177V pages 178A–211V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Putting on a Performance Wolves Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary decorated, symbol, passion, admire, darkened, gnaws, concentrate, splendid, securing, weakest bothering, dangerous, Antonyms ached Dictionary: Multiple- Meaning Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Words with /ē/ Words with /ch/ READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Generate Strategy: Generate Questions Questions Skill: Summarize Skill: Fantasy and Reality • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Readers’ Theater Punctuation and • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers Intonation APPROACHING APPROACHING How Fly Saved the River Running with Wolves ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Clever John Katie and the Wolf BEYOND BEYOND Dorje and the A Dog’s Life Lost Treasure ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS John’s Plan The Wolf LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Persuasive Paragraph Persuasive Poster • Grammar Grammar Common and Grammar Singular and Proper Nouns Plural Nouns • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /ē/ Words with /ch/ 152B
Unit 2 Planner pages 212A–223V pages 224A–255V pages 256A–277V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Past, Present, and Future Out in Space Being a Writer Author and MeBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Persuasive WritingVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary objects, entertainment, solar system, easily, talented, single, proper, predictions, computers farther, main, dim, excitement, acceptance, Word Parts: Plural temperatures, telescope, useful Endings probably Context Clues: Word Context Clues: Clues Unit 2 Assessment, Definitions 25–42Phonics Phonics Phonics Comprehension Words with th, ph, wh, sh Consonant Blends Words with /n/ gn, kn; Summarize, Fantasy /r/ wr and Reality, Fact and Opinion, Author’s PurposeComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Generate Strategy: Summarize Questions Antonyms; Dictionary: Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Author’s Purpose Multiple-Meaning Words; Skill: Summarize Word Parts: Plural Endings; Context Clues: Definitions, Word Clues Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pronunciation Pronunciation Tempo/Phrasing Text Features/Literary Elements/Study SkillsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Photos with Captions, Incredible Inventions: What’s in the Sky? Laura Ingalls Wilder Italics, Headings, Everyday Wonders Pronunciations, BoldON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL and Colored Type, Incredible Inventions: The International E.B. White, Writer Internet Article, Computers Space Station Alliteration and Repetition, Parts ofBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND a Book Incredible Inventions: Exploring Space Sequoyah: The Gift of On the Move Writing Grammar NounsENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Incredible Invention Living on a Space Station A Great Writer Writing Persuasive WritingWriting Writing Writing Personal Narrative Radio Ad Book ReviewGrammar Irregular Plural Grammar Possessive Grammar Sentence Fluency Assessment Nouns Nouns Combining with Nouns Diagnose and PrescribeSpelling Spelling Spelling Words with /n/ gn, Interpret Assessment Words with th, wh, sh Consonant Blends kn; /r/ wr Results Investigations 152C
Theme: DiscoveriesUnit 3 Planner pages 282J–313V pages 314A–339V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Food Around the World Solving Riddles Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary guests, banquet, wearily, depart, agreeable, curiosity, suitable, increase, gaze, untrusting observed, advised, Synonyms discouraged Dictionary: Unfamiliar Words • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Words with /är/ and /ôr/ Words with /âr/ READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Story Structure Skill: Make Inferences Skill: Plot and Setting • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation/Pausing Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING The Popcorn Dancers The Monster’s Riddle ON LEVEL ON LEVEL The Fox’s Banquet Magpie’s Mystery BEYOND BEYOND The Duke’s Banquet Adding with Kevin ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Fox’s Dinner The Mystery of the Magpie LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Journal Entry Writing Character Sketch • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Verbs Present-Tense Verbs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /är/ and /ôr/ Words with /âr/ 282B
Unit 3 Planner pages 340A–351V pages 352A–383V pages 384A–417V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Ecosystems in Balance Making Journeys The Art of Illustrating Right ThereBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Workshop Fictional NarrativeVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary preserve, restore, annual, potential, instance, illustrate, suffered, rainfall expensive, politely, style, textures, sketches, Unit 3 Assessment, Dictionary: Multiple- package, wrapping, suggestions Meaning Words innocent, aisles Context Clues: Sentence 43–60 Dictionary: Homophones Clues Comprehension Make Inferences, PlotPhonics Phonics Phonics and Setting, Cause and Words with /ûr/ Words with /ü/ Words with /oi/ Effect, Sequence Vocabulary StrategiesComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Synonyms; Dictionary: Strategy: Text Structure Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Text Structure Unfamiliar Words, Homophones, Skill: Cause and Effect Skill: Make Inferences Skill: Sequence Multiple-Meaning words; Context Clues: Sentence Clues Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pronunciation Punctuation/Intonation Tempo and Punctuation Text Features/Literary Elements/Study SkillsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Charts, Directions, Endangered Animals A Different World Drawing Animals Interviews, Using the of the Everglades library, ConsonanceON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL and Metaphor Water in the Desert Hurricane Holiday Drawing Faces GrammarBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Verbs Estuaries A Long Way to Go Drawing Landscapes WritingENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Story Life in the Desert The Hurricane How to Draw FacesWriting Persuasive Writing Writing Dialogue Writing Play Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Diagnose and Prescribe Past-Tense Verbs Future-Tense Verbs Sentence Combining Interpret Assessment with Verbs ResultsSpelling Spelling Spelling Words with /ûr/ Words with /ü/ Words with /oi/ Discoveries 282C
Theme: DeterminationUnit 4 Planner pages 10J–45V pages 46A–77V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme What’s Cooking? Getting Along Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary magnificent, masterpiece, beamed, argued, ingredient, recipes, tasty possessions, fabric, Dictionary: Idioms purchased, quarreling Dictionary: Multiple- Meaning Words Phonics • Phonics/Decoding Words with /ô/ Phonics Words with /ou/ READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Strategy: Make Inferences Inferences and Analyze and Analyze Skill: Compare and Skill: Draw Conclusions Contrast • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Intonation and Pausing Pauses • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING From Farm to Dinner Table Androcles and the Lion ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Oops! Food Surprises A True Hero BEYOND BEYOND Follow the Pizza Trail The Lost Brocade ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Fun Food Surprises The Diamond LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Explanation Poster • Grammar Grammar Grammar Verbs be, do, and have Linking Verbs • Spelling Spelling Spelling Words with /ô/ Words with /ou/ 10B
Unit 4 Planner pages 78A–89V pages 90A–111V pages 112A–145V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Protecting Our Getting Involved A Place of My Own Author and Me Natural Resources Build Background Build Background Writing WorkshopBuild Background Explanatory WritingVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary native, shouldn’t, tour, volunteers, separate, determination, research, sprout, clumps community, thrilled, storage, crate, exact, Unit 4 Assessment, Word Parts: Contractions slogan, grownups, ruined, luckiest 63–78 deserve, interviewed Word Parts: Endings Context Clues: Example -er, -est ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Compare and Contrast, Soft c and g Homophones Plurals Draw Conclusions, Author’s Purpose, Make and Confirm PredictionsComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Dictionary: Idioms, Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Multiple-Meaning Skill: Compare and Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Make and Confirm Words; Context Clues: Contrast Predictions Examples; Word Parts: Contractions, Endings -er, -est Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pronunciation Tempo Pauses and Stops Text Features/Literary Elements/Study SkillsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Diagrams, Rules, Resources All Around Us Our City Gardens The Slightly Tipping Search Engines, Rhyme Tree House Scheme, Repetition,ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Encyclopedia Article Enjoying Our Natural Patching a Playground ON LEVEL Resources A Winter Adventure Grammar VerbsBEYOND BEYOND Energy and Our Natural Service Dogs in the BEYOND Writing Resources Neighborhood The Science Fair Explanatory WritingENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Sky, Sea, and Earth Kids Make a Difference Safe in the Storm Fluency AssessmentWriting Writing Writing Diagnose and Prescribe Personal Narrative Personal Essay Directions Interpret Assessment ResultsGrammar Grammar Grammar Main and Helping Verbs Irregular Verbs Contractions with notSpelling Spelling Spelling Soft c and g Homophones Plurals Determination 10C
Theme: ChallengesUnit 5 Planner pages 150J–183V pages 184A–217V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Making Money Making a Difference Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary sidewalks, grumbled, gift, yearned, tend, traders, blossomed, produce, sturdy, wailed, lonesome schoolhouse, kindhearted Word Parts: Compound Word Parts: Word Words Families • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Compound Words Inflected Endings READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Make Inferences Skill: Sequence and Analyze Skill: Cause and Effect • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Pauses and Intonation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Children at Work: Colonial Henry Bergh and America the ASPCA ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Children at Work: On the John Muir: Friend of Nature Frontier BEYOND BEYOND The Work They Did Alexander Fleming and His Great Discovery ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Frontier Children John Muir LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Compare/Contrast Descriptive Paragraph Paragraphs • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns • Spelling Spelling Spelling Compound Words Inflected Endings 150B
Unit 5 Planner pages 218A–229V pages 230A–259V pages 260A–285V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy In Motion Heroes Animal Architects Think and SearchBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Descriptive WritingVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary powered, declared, existed, screamed, numb, escape, hives, architects, artist’s, pride fled, shuddered, image, structures, contain, Word Parts: Possessives newspaper retreats, shallow, shelter Unit 5 Assessment, Context Clues: Analogies 79–96 Figurative Language ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Sequence, Cause and Endings y to i The VC/CV Pattern The V/CV and VC/V Pattern Effect, Fact and Opinion, Make and Confirm Predictions, DescriptionComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Make Strategy: Make Inferences Strategy: Summarize Vocabulary Strategies Inferences and Analyze and Analyze Skill: Description Word Parts: Compound Skill: Fact and Opinion Skill: Make and Confirm Words, Word Families, Predictions Possessives; Context Clues: Figurative Language; Analogies Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Punctuation Punctuation in Dialogue Tempo and Genre Text Features/Literary Elements/Study SkillsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Calendar, Editorial, Skim Making Waves Blizzard Heroes Amazing Mammal and Scan, Map, Simile Builders and Rhythmic PatternON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Grammar Thrills and Chills Hurricane Heroes Amazing Bird Builders PronounsBEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Writing Up, Down, or Open- Earthquake Heroes Amazing Insect and Spider Descriptive Writing Moving Machines BuildersENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS What a Ride! Keeping Us Safe Bird Builders Fluency Assessment Diagnose and PrescribeWriting Writing Writing Interpret Assessment Personal Narrative Speech Descriptive Poem ResultsGrammar Grammar Grammar Possessive Pronouns Pronoun-Verb Pronoun-Verb Agreement ContractionsSpelling Spelling Spelling Endings y to i The VC/CV Pattern V/CV and VC/V Patterns Challenges 150C
Theme: AchievementsUnit 6 Planner pages 290J–321V pages 322A–345V WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Listening, Speaking, Viewing Theme Theme Helping Our Neighbors Unusual Animals Build Background Build Background WORD STUDY • Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary downtown, appliances, conversation, interrupted, owners, construction, boasting, sway, scrambled, equipment, leaky seized, rebuild Context Clues: Word Parts: Prefixes Paragraph Clues • Phonics/Decoding Phonics Phonics Final /ә l/ Prefixes re-, un-, dis-, pre- READING • Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Story Structure Strategy: Monitor Skill: Theme Comprehension Skill: Make Judgments • Fluency Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Pauses and stops Punctuation • Leveled Readers/ELL Readers APPROACHING APPROACHING Heat Wave The Elephant’s Boast ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Emergency! Mike’s Surprise BEYOND BEYOND New Neighbors The Grizzly and the Frigate Bird ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS The Flood Animal Friends LANGUAGE ARTS • Writing Writing Writing Business Letter News Story • Grammar Grammar Grammar Adjectives and Articles Adjectives That Compare • Spelling Spelling Spelling Final /ә l/ Prefixes re-, un-, dis-, pre- 290B
Unit 6 Planner pages 346A–357V pages 358A–383V pages 384A–403V WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6Theme Theme Theme Test Strategy Good Citizens Working Together Raising Butterflies On My OwnBuild Background Build Background Build Background Writing Expository WritingVocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary historical, dispute, strolled, pitiful, sleepy, disappear, protect, automatically, crouch, official, sleek, harming, involved, supply, requirements grace capture, enclosure Unit 6 Assessment, Word Parts: Greek Roots Word Parts: Suffixes Dictionary: Multiple- 97–114 Meaning Words ComprehensionPhonics Phonics Phonics Theme, Make Final /ә r/ Suffixes -ful, -less, -ly Accented Syllables Judgments, Problem and Solution, Author’s Purpose, DrawComprehension Comprehension Comprehension Conclusions Strategy: Text Structure Strategy: Monitor Strategy: Monitor Skill: Problem and Comprehension Comprehension Vocabulary Strategies Solution Skill: Author’s Purpose Skill: Draw Conclusions Context Clues: Paragraph Clues; Word Parts: Prefixes, Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Repeated Reading: Greek Roots, Suffixes; Pronunciation Intonation Tempo Dictionary: Multiple- Meaning WordsAPPROACHING APPROACHING APPROACHING Symbols of America Painting Birds: The Life of The Curious World of Text Features/Literary John James Audubon Beetles Elements/Study Skills Textbook Features,ON LEVEL ON LEVEL ON LEVEL Directions, Functional Getting Out the Vote Jane Goodall Purple Loosestrife Documents,BEYOND BEYOND BEYOND Personification, Three Great Americans Gerald Durrell Aliens in the Waters Moral, Assonance GrammarENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Adjectives and Adverbs Vote! Jane Goodall and the The Marsh Monster Chimpanzees Writing Expository WritingWriting Writing Writing Fictional Narrative Article Magazine Article Fluency AssessmentGrammar Grammar Grammar Adverbs That Tell How Adverbs That Tell When Sentence Combining with Diagnose and Prescribe or Where Adjectives and Adverbs Interpret Assessment ResultsSpelling Spelling Spelling Final /ә r/ Suffixes -ful, -less, -ly Accented Syllables Achievements 290C
Word List Unit 1 downstairs clap luck head jump 1 First Day Jitters Leveled Books: nervous step crop shut click fumbled sick snack miss pond The New House chuckled rock mess stamp The New Kid nonsense The New Hometown trudged The First Day Review Words: cat man can Challenge Words: bathtub anthill crackle date life globe grade 2 Dear Juno Leveled Books: announced fine home plane smile soared rose safe wise come The E-Mail Pals starry lake rice smoke Dear Ghana envelope Faraway Home photograph Letters to Africa Review Words: clap sick crop Challenge Words: sneeze escape neighborhood fail plain braid paint 3 Whose Habitat Is It? content bay tray sway snail addressing pail trail gray great Leveled Books: resort ray May plays A Year at the Pond Saving the Rainforest The Deep Green Forest Review Words: safe rice globe The Rainforest Challenge Words: lady afraid fierce gold snow scold show 4 Penguin Chick Leveled Books: whips bowl loaf coal float echoes soak roast slow blow The Blue Whales of shuffles sold coast grows Antarctica huddle The Weddell Seals of junior Antarctica down Review Words: snail plain gray The Wandering Albatross Challenge Words: window program The Weddell Seals perfect mild find fry bright 5 The Perfect Pet Leveled Books: challenge sky fight tight buy healthy pie ties child dye The Rescue satisfy might right flight Charlie’s Pet Problem manage Dan’s Idea scratch Charlie Has a Problem appetite Review Words: soak bowl gold Challenge Words: wind children T20 Key Spelling words in bold appear in the selection. Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists.
Unit 2 Word List decorated heel bean free street1 The Strongest One symbol seal creek green freeze darkened weak speaks clean field Leveled Books: gnaws week team cream How Fly Saved the River securing Clever John weakest Dorje and the Lost Review Words: right pie child Treasure John’s Plan Challenge Words: sixteen peanut passion chick chum hatch stretch2 Wolf! Leveled Books: admire much lunch cheese watching concentrate pitch ditch bench crunching Running with Wolves splendid teacher cheek chunk Katie and the Wolf bothering A Dog’s Life dangerous The Wolf ached Review Words: weak green seal Challenge Words: catcher sandwich objects thick shock them month3 What’s in Store for the Future? entertainment this fish washing dishpan predictions truth what wheel weather Leveled Books: computers whales sixth pathway Incredible Inventions: Everyday Wonders Computers Review Words: lunch chick pitch On the Move The Incredible Invention Challenge Words: shadow thicken solar system thread stream three strong4 The Planets in Our Solar System easily scrubs scratch screens scraped farther spree spread spray strength Leveled Books: main screams throne throw What’s in the Sky? dim The International Space temperatures Station telescope Review Words: thick washing whales Exploring Space probably Living on a Space Challenge Words: streamer scribble Station talented wrap knots knock gnaws5 Author: A True Story single knit wrote wreck write proper gnat knight know wrong Leveled Books: excitement wrists sign wring Laura Ingalls Wilder acceptance E.B. White, Writer useful Sequoyah: The Gift of Review Words: throw spray scratch Writing A Great Writer Challenge Words: wristwatch knapsack Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists. Our World T21
Word List Unit 3 guests bark hard sharks chore 1 Stone Soup Leveled Books: banquet shorts storms porch wore agreeable sharp yard pour carve The Popcorn Dancers curiosity sore sport story The Fox’s Banquet gaze The Duke’s Banquet untrusting The Fox’s Dinner Review Words: knots sign wrong Challenge Words: orchard artist wearily stairs share glare pears 2 One Riddle, One Answer depart mare wear pairs square suitable bear dares hare haircut Leveled Books: increase bare chairs their The Monster’s Riddle observed Magpie’s Mystery advised Adding with Kevin discouraged Review Words: sport sore hard The Mystery of the Magpie Challenge Words: airport beware preserve turns purr perch world 3 Saving the Sand Dunes restore first third girls serve suffered herds earn firm worth Leveled Books: rainfall learn nurse word Endangered Animals of the Everglades Water in the Desert Review Words: bare bear stairs Estuaries: Where Oceans and Rivers Meet Challenge Words: perfect Thursday Life in the Desert annual loop spoon cubes true 4 The Jones Family Express potential rude tube goose shoe expensive look shook mules stew Leveled Books: politely clue blue gloom A Different World package Hurricane Holiday wrapping A Long Way to Go innocent Review Words: firm turns learn The Hurricane aisles Challenge Words: classroom childhood instance coy coins boiled choice 5 What Do Illustrators Do? illustrate soil point spoiled soybean style foil noise enjoys joyful Leveled Books: textures toil loyal voice Drawing Animals sketches Drawing Faces suggestions Drawing Landscapes Review Words: spoon rude shook How to Draw Faces Challenge Words: noisy checkpoint T22 Key Spelling words in bold appear in the selection. Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists.
Unit 4 Word List magnificent yawn halls bought paused1 Cook-A-Doodle Doo! masterpiece taught hauls bawls crawled ingredient salt hawks drawing coughing Leveled Books: recipes lawn squawk caused Food’s Great Journey tasty Oops! Food Surprises Follow the Pizza Trail Review Words: joyful coins spoiled Fun Food Surprises Challenge Words: walrus autumn beamed found couch plow ground2 Seven Spools of Thread argued town bow crowd louder possessions shout scout proud bounce Leveled Books: fabric owl round clouds Androcles and the Lion purchased A True Hero quarreling The Lost Brocade Review Words: drawing lawn hauls The Diamond Challenge Words: snowplow outline native cell gyms space pages3 Washington Weed Whackers shouldn’t gems city nice gentle research age cents giant message Leveled Books: sprout place price changes Resources All Around Us clumps Enjoying Our Natural Resources Review Words: crowd clouds found Energy and Our Natural Resources Challenge Words: giraffe celebrate Sky, Sea, and Earth tour sale rode it’s they’re4 Here’s My Dollar Leveled Books: volunteers sail road your peace community beet rowed you’re piece Our City Gardens thrilled beat its there Patching a Playground slogan Service Dogs in the grownups Neighborhood deserve Review Words: city gems space Kids Make a Difference interviewed Challenge Words: seen scene separate years ashes cities lunches5 My Very Own Room determination twins foxes ponies cherries storage trays inches bunches daisies Leveled Books: crate states flies alleys The Slightly Tipping Tree exact House ruined A Winter Adventure luckiest Review Words: sale rode you’re The Science Fair Safe in the Storm Challenge Words: heroes libraries Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists. Our World T23
Word List Unit 5 sidewalks airplane hairdo headlight sidewalks 1 Boom Town Leveled Books: grumbled daytime notebook sometime basketball traders birthday birdhouse someone stagecoach Children at Work: blossomed daylight barefoot newspaper Colonial America wailed On the Frontier lonesome The Work They Did: The Review Words: states inches cities Immigrant Experience Frontier Children Challenge Words: somebody handwriting gift names hoped dancing wraps 2 Beatrice’s Goat Leveled Books: yearned named hoping drops wrapped tend naming dances dropped wrapping Henry Bergh and the produce hopes danced dropping ASPCA sturdy John Muir: Friend of schoolhouse Nature kindhearted Review Words: airplane birthday newspaper Alexander Fleming and His Great Discovery Challenge Words: driving traded John Muir powered tries dried hurrying plays 3 A Carousel of Dreams declared tried drying studies played existed trying hurries studied playing Leveled Books: artist’s dries hurried studying Making Waves pride Thrills and Chills Up, Down, or Open- Review Words: dances hoping wrapping Moving Machines What a Ride! Challenge Words: obeyed worrying screamed basket invite fellow chicken 4 The Printer Leveled Books: numb rabbit bedtime chapter butter escape napkin mammal follow Sunday Blizzard Heroes fled letter number problem Hurricane Heroes shuddered Earthquake Heroes image Keeping Us Safe newspaper Review Words: tried studies drying Challenge Words: splendid complete hives pilot lemon robot silent 5 Animal Homes Leveled Books: architects diner planet tiny spider structures tiger model label frozen Amazing Mammal contain favor shady cozy Builders retreats Amazing Bird Builders shallow Amazing Insect and shelter Review Words: follow basket Sunday Spider Builders Bird Builders Challenge Words: melon stomach T24 Key Spelling words in bold appear in the selection. Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists.
Unit 6 Word List downtown able towel little travel1 A Castle on Viola Street appliances purple eagle nickel tunnel owners riddle puzzle camel squirrel Leveled Books: construction handle castle pickle Heat Wave equipment Emergency! leaky New Neighbors Review Words: spider tiny planet The Flood Challenge Words: motel couple conversation untied unafraid disappear unbeaten2 Wilbur’s Boast Leveled Books: interrupted repay return resell reprint boasting disagree preschool precook unwrap The Elephant’s Boast sway preheat dislike prepay Mike’s Surprise scrambled The Grizzly and the seized Frigate Bird rebuild Review Words: nickel handle pickle Animal Friends Challenge Words: unlucky recover historical sister winter mayor trailer3 An American Hero Flies Again dispute sailor doctor writer December automatically dollar later silver author Leveled Books: requirements toaster dancer cellar Symbols of America Getting Out the Vote Three Great Americans Review Words: resell prepay unwrap Vote! Challenge Words: circular editor strolled careful harmful priceless helplessly4 Mother to Tigers Leveled Books: pitiful cheerful peaceful helpless carefully sleepy helpful pitiful sleepless peacefully Painting Birds: The Life of crouch colorful painless rainless John James Audubon official Jane Goodall sleek Gerald Durrell grace Review Words: doctor dollar December Jane Goodall and the Chimpanzees Challenge Words: wonderful cloudless disappear because alive better attend5 Home-Grown Butterflies protect rubber behind attract tickle harming about before kettle people Leveled Books: involved puddle around hammer The Curious World of supply Beetles capture Purple Loosestrife enclosure Review Words: peaceful helpless carefully Aliens in the Water The Marsh Monster Challenge Words: believe beaver Go to www.macmillanmh.com for Leveled Spelling Lists. Our World T25