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  • ResourcesBuilding a Foundation Week 1Kindergarten builds the foundation for readingsuccess. That’s why Macmillan/McGraw-Hill makessure that children start smart with lessons to reinforcephonemic awareness, listening comprehension, thealphabet, and beginning reading concepts. by Bob BarnerGetting to Know Your ClassStart Smart provides a chance for you and your Big Book ofchildren to get to know one another and to become Explorationsfamiliar with the daily routine. What’s more, it offersthe perfect chance to observe and assess children’s Big Book Big Book of Explorations Animals in the Park:abilities, so you know what they know now. We also An ABC Book Genre Expository Photo Essaygive you extra information and suggestions to help Genre ABC Bookyou make sure kindergartners start smart.So turn the page to discover a whole new way to helpkindergartners learn! Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 978-0-02-206325-2 MHID: 0-02-206325-0 Read-Aloud Anthology Teaching Chart “You Are Beautiful as You Are” Genre Fable Start Smart • WE ARE SPECIAL I by Wiley Blevins illustrated by T.S. Spookytooth We Go to School by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Maria Eugenia Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Pre-decodable Activity Book ReadersS3
  • Start Smart Week 2 Week 3 Big Book of Big Book of Explorations ExplorationsBig Book Big Book of Explorations Trade Book Big Book of ExplorationsHands Can Jazz Baby Genre Expository Genre Expository Expository Genre Rhyming StoryGenre Photo Essay Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 978-0-02-206325-2 978-0-02-206325-2 MHID: 0-02-206325-0 MHID 0 02 206325 0Read-Aloud Anthology Teaching Chart Read-Aloud Anthology Teaching Chart“The Gingerbread Boy” “The Clever Turtle”Genre Folktale Genre Folktale Start Smart • WE ARE SPECIAL Start Smart • WE ARE SPECIAL I Can I Can! by Juan Carlos Alvarez illustrated by Sarah Dillard by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Ana Ochoa At School I Am Picking Apples by Lu Chin illustrated by Anette Heiberg by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Ann Iosa Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Wordless Pre-decodable Pre-decodableActivity Book Readers Activity Book Readers Start Smart S4
  • Suggested Lesson PlanGo to www.macmillanmh.com for Online Lesson PlannerObjectives by Bob Barner• Teach key instructional routines• Establish classroom procedures Professional Development• Assess skills Video Library Big Book Big Book Trade Book WEEK 1 DAY 1 DAY 2 • Oral Language Oral Language: Oral Language: Build Background, S7 Build Background, S11 Names, S19 • Listening Share the Big Book, S8 Reread the Big Book, S12 Comprehension • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Sequence of Sounds, S9 Sequence of Sounds, S17 • Letter Recognition Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Aa, S9 Introduce Bb, S17 • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Word: Review High-Frequency Word: I , S10 S18 • Shared Writing Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Sentences, S10 Sentences, S20 WEEK 2 • Oral Language Oral Language: Oral Language: Build Background, S35 Oral Vocabulary, S39 Opposites, S47 • Listening Share the Big Book, S36 Reread the Big Book, S40 Comprehension • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Recognize Rhyme, S37 Recognize Rhyme, S45 • Letter Recognition Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Ii, Jj, S37 Introduce Kk, Ll, S45 • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Word: Review High-Frequency Word: can , S38 S46 • Shared Writing Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Sentences, S38 Sentences, S48 WEEK 3 • Oral Language Oral Language: Oral Language: Build Background, S63 Oral Vocabulary, S67 Position Words, S75 • Listening Share the Trade Book, S64 Reread the Trade Book, S68 Comprehension • Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Phoneme Isolation, S65 Phoneme Isolation, S73 • Letter Recognition Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Ss, Tt, S65 Introduce Uu, Vv, S73 • High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words: Review High-Frequency Words: I , can , S66 S74 • Shared Writing Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Sentences, S66 Sentences, S76S5
  • Start Smart I Can! I Am Picking Apples by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Ana Ochoa by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Ann Iosa I Can At School by Juan Carlos Alvarez illustrated by Sarah Dillard by Lu Chin illustrated by Anette Heiberg I by Wiley Blevins illustrated by T.S. Spookytooth We Go to School by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Maria Eugenia Sight Word Practice Wordless Big Book of Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Explorations Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sight Word Practice 978-0-02-206325-2 MHID: 0-02-206325-0 Sight Word PracticeBig Book of Explorations Read-Aloud Anthology Teaching Chart Pre-decodable Readers DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Vocabulary, S21 Oral Vocabulary, S25 Names, S29 Oral Vocabulary, S31 Read the Big Book of Explorations Interactive Read Aloud, S26 Read Across Texts, S32 Informational Text, S22 Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Word Segmentation, S23 Word/Sentence Segmentation, S27 Word Segmentation, S33 Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Cc, Dd, S23 Introduce Ee, Ff, S27 Introduce Gg, Hh, S33 High-Frequency Word: Review High-Frequency Word: Vocabulary: I , S24 S28 Names, S34 High-Frequency Word: I , S34 Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Classroom Signs, S24 Sentences, S30 Shared Writing: Sentences, S34 Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Vocabulary, S49 Oral Vocabulary, S53 Opposites, S57 Oral Vocabulary, S59 Read the Big Book of Explorations Interactive Read Aloud, S54 Read Across Texts, S60 Poetry, S50 Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Syllable Blending, S51 Syllable Blending, S55 Recognize Rhyme, S61 Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Mm, Nn, S51 Introduce Oo, Pp, S55 Introduce Qq, Rr, S61 High-Frequency Word: Review High-Frequency Word: Vocabulary: can , S52 S56 Opposites, S62 High-Frequency Word: can , S62 Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Sentences, S52 A List, S58 Shared Writing: Sentences, S62 Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Language: Oral Vocabulary, S77 Oral Vocabulary, S81 Position Words, S85 Oral Vocabulary, S87 Big Book of Explorations Interactive Read Aloud, S82 Read Across Texts, S88 Informational Text, S78 Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Phonemic Awareness: Onset/Rime Blending, S79 Onset/Rime Blending, S83 Phoneme Isolation, S89 Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Letter Recognition: Introduce Ww, Xx, S79 Introduce Yy, Zz, S83 The Alphabet, S89 High-Frequency Words: Review High-Frequency Words: Vocabulary: I , can , S80 S84 Position Words, S90 High-Frequency Words: I , can , S90 Shared Writing: Shared Writing: Sentences, S80 Sentences, S86 Shared Writing: Sentences, S90 Start Smart S6
  • Theme: FriendsUnit 2 Planner Unit 2 Friends The Big Question Friends All Around by Miela Ford Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Learning About Friends What Is a Friend? • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation (Initial/Final /p/) Phoneme Categorization (Initial/Final /s/) Phoneme Identity (Initial and Final /p/) Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /s/s Introduce /p/p (Initial and Final) (Initial and Final) • High-Frequency High-Frequency Word High-Frequency Word Words like a READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Strategy: Ask Questions Skill: Identify Character Skill: Compare and Contrast • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Choral-Reading, Read for Echo-Reading, Choral-Reading, Read for • Leveled Readers Fluency Fluency Approaching We Like Approaching Animal Friends On Level We Like the Playground On Level We Can Share Beyond Sam Likes School Beyond I Like My Friends LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Naming Words Naming Words • Writing Writing Writing Lists, Sentences Picture Web, Word Web viii Unit 2
  • Unit 2 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeGetting Along • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme CategorizationPhoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics: /s/s, /p/p • High-Frequency Words: like, aPhonics READINGReview Initial: /s/s, /p/p; Final: /s/s, /p/p • Share the Big Books: What Do You Like?; Friends All AroundHigh-Frequency Words • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Simon and Mollylike , a plus Hester • Read-Aloud AnthologyComprehension • Big Book of ExplorationsStrategy: Ask QuestionsSkill: Identify Character • Fluency Practice LANGUAGE ARTSFluency • Shared WritingBuild Fluency: Sound-SpellingsBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Reading, Choral-Reading, Read • Interactive Writingfor Fluency • Independent WritingApproaching We Like PaintingOn Level Hats INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond Ice Skating Fun! • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and WritingNaming Words, Lists, Sentences • Handwriting Practice Friends ix
  • Unit 2 Resources Theme: Friends Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 2 TEACHER’S EDITION Friends All Around by Miela Ford Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Pam I Like, We Like by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis A Map by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Nancy Davis Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill I Am a Doctor by Jeff Stanley illustrated by Jared Lee We Like Sam! by Tamika Jackson Explorations Teacher’s Home-School I Like by Stan Casey Resource Book Connection by Lila Torres illustrated by Miriam Sagasti Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Big Book of Explorations Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice (2) Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Pre-decodable Readers Realistic Realistic Realistic Fiction Fantasy Fiction Fiction We Like Painting Informational Nonfiction by Jane Hearn NonfictionHats Informational Ice Skating Fun! Informational Nonfiction Informational Nonfiction Hats Animal Friends illustrated by Noah Jones We Can Share by Katherine Scraper I Like My Friends • illustrated by Jerry Smath We Like It We Like Realistic Realistic Realistic Realistic Fiction Fiction Fiction Fiction High-Frequency Word-Building by Carol Dale by Jenna by Max Bark • Thorn illustrated by Jeremy Tugeau We Like the by Carol Dale Sam Likes School by Katherine Scraper The Playground Playground by Callie Jones • illustrated by Lina Chesak-Liberace by James Gee • illustrated by Rick Brown by James Gee • illustrated by Rick Brown Word Cards Cards by Maisy Flicker • illustrated by Diane Paterson by Maisy Flicker • illustrated by Diane Paterson Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple MA 31:72: 1 50/7/4 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill M P 9 5 : 5 1 : 1 1 5 0/ 5 1/ 4 Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 2
  • Theme: TransportationUnit 3 Planner Unit 3 Transportation The Big Question Suzanne Bloom Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Getting Around Town Traveling Far and Near • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation (/t/) Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Categorization (/t/) Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending Phoneme Categorization WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /t/t Introduce /i/i Review /i/i, /t/t • High-Frequency High-Frequency Word High-Frequency Word Words see go READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Story Structure Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Skill: Make and Confirm Predictions Skill: Classify and Categorize • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity • Leveled Readers Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency Approaching Bear Goes to Town Approaching Pig’s Trip On Level Tig Can See On Level Pig On Wheels Beyond How They Go Beyond Chip Likes Nuts ELL Tiger Can See ELL Go Pig! LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Words (Verbs) Action Words (Verbs) • Writing Writing Writing A List, Sentences Lists, Posters viii Unit 3
  • Unit 3 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeWheels All Around • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Identity • Oral VocabularyPhoneme CategorizationPhoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics: /t/t, /i/i • High-Frequency Words: see, goPhonics READINGReview /t/t • Share the Big Books: The Bus for Us; On the GoHigh-Frequency Wordssee , go • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Duck on a Bike • Read-Aloud Anthology • Big Book of ExplorationsComprehensionStrategy: Recognize Story Structure • Fluency PracticeSkill: Identify Character, Plot LANGUAGE ARTS • Shared WritingFluencyBuild Fluency: Word Automaticity • Interactive WritingEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for FluencyApproaching See It Go Up • Independent WritingOn Level Fast or Slow? INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond The Train TripELL See It Go • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and Writing • Handwriting PracticeAction Words, Book Title Transportation ix
  • Unit 3 Resources Theme: Transportation Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 3 TEACHER’S EDITION Suzanne Bloom Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests I See a Truck Go Sit Tip! by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Mircea Catusanu It Can Go, Go, Go! by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Go, Go, Go Can Tam See? by Michael LeRue by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Don Tate Explorations Teacher’s Home-School I See Sam by Beverly Kels illustrated by Carol Schwartz Resource Book Connection by Anita Wylie illustrated by Maribel Suarez Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Big Book of Explorations Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice (2) Sight Word Practice Sight Word Practice Pre-decodable Readers Informational Informational Informational Informational Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction See It Go Up Fantasy Fast or Slow? Fantasy Fantasy by Emily Banks Fantasy See It Go Pig’s Trip Fantasy by Cara Rios Pigs On Wheels Fantasy by Carrie Smith Fantasy Go Pig! by Carrie Smith Fantasy by Sarah Newman • illustrated by Brian Cody Bear Goes to Town by Eunice Bosh • illustrated by Liz Callen Tig Can See How They Go by Kate Pistone • illustrated by Nicole Rutten by Bonnie McKenna illustrated by Alexi Natchev by Eunice Bosh • illustrated by Liz Callen Tiger Can See High-Frequency Word-Building Word Cards Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill by Reed Pace Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill illustrated by Jared Lee by Jan Shen • illustrated by Jerry Smath by Jan Shen • illustrated by Jerry Smath Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U0 OK_RC_U03 3_W1_19398 _W1_193987 7.indd .indd 5 NOK_RC_U03_W1_193987 .indd 3 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 3
  • Theme: FoodUnit 4 Planner Unit 4 Food The Big Our Special Sweet Potato Pie Question by Andrea Davis Pinkney illustrated by Cathy Ann Johnson Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Where Food Comes From What’s for Dinner? • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation (/n/) Phoneme Isolation (/k/c) Phoneme Categorization Phoneme Categorization Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /n/n Introduce /k/c • High-Frequency High-Frequency Word High-Frequency Word Words to have READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Skill: Identify Sequence of Events Skill: Make Inferences • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Sound-Spellings Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching Food for a Day Approaching We Have Vegetables! On Level We Pick Food! On Level Let’s Have Dinner Beyond What Is It? Beyond Foods That Grow ELL Food ELL Let’s Eat! LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Action Words (Verbs) Action Words (Verbs) • Writing Writing Writing Lists, Sentences A Recipe viii Unit 4
  • Unit 4 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeFood Traditions • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme CategorizationPhoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics: /n/n, /k/c • High-Frequency Words: to, havePhonics READINGReview /n/n, /k/c • Share the Big Books: Apple Farmer Annie; Our Special Sweet Potato PieHigh-Frequency Wordsto , have • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Yoko • Read-Aloud Anthology • Big Book of ExplorationsComprehensionStrategy: Summarize • Fluency PracticeSkill: Make Inferences LANGUAGE ARTS • Shared WritingFluencyBuild Fluency: Sound Spellings • Interactive WritingBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Independent WritingApproaching Good Food All Year LongOn Level Thanksgiving INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond How Corn Grows • Activity Book PagesELL Thanksgiving Dinner • Practice Book PagesGrammar and Writing • Handwriting PracticeAction Words (Verbs); A List, Menu Food ix
  • Unit 4 Resources Theme: Food Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 4 TEACHER’S EDITION Our Special Sweet Potato Pie by Andrea Davis Pinkney illustrated by Cathy Ann Johnson Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Nat by Wiley Blevins illustrated by Nathan Jarvis We Can! Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Can Nan? by Lucy Floyd Resource Book Connection by Toshio Ushida photographed by Ken O’Donoghue Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Informational Informational Informational Informational Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Good Food All Informational Nonfiction Thanksgiving Informational Nonfiction How Corn Grows Informational Nonfiction Thanksgiving DinnerInformational Nonfiction Year Long We Have by Jane Frances Let’s Have Dinner by Bill Williams Let’s Eat! by Cynthia Swain Foods That Grow Informational Informational Informational Informational Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Vegetables! Food for a Day by Tatiana Krupp by Millicent McGhee We Pick Food! by Juana Rivera by Catherine Ellis What Is It? by Marie Stone by Martin Evans Food by Juana Rivera by Catherine Ellis High-Frequency Word-Building by Roberto Pablo Word Cards Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U0 OK_RC_U04 4_W1_19398 _W1_193987 7.indd .indd 5 NOK_RC_U04_W1_193987 .indd 3 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 4
  • Theme: AnimalsUnit 5 Planner Unit 5 Animals The Big Question An Alphabet Book of Animal Offspring by Barbara Knox Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Animals We Know How Animals Change and Grow • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending Phoneme Segmentation WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /o/o Introduce /f/f (Initial and Medial) (Initial) • High-Frequency High-Frequency Word High-Frequency Word Words is play READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Story Structure Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Skill: Make and Confirm Predictions Skill: Classify and Categorize • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Sound -Spellings Build Fluency: Sound -Spellings Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency, Choral Read Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching Where Is It? Approaching Baby Animals On Level Animals in Nature On Level Animals and Their Babies Beyond Good Pets Beyond Animal Babies ELL Animals ELL Animals Play LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Sentences • Writing Writing Writing A Sentence A List, Sentences, ABC Page viii Unit 5
  • Unit 5 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeAnimal Homes • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme SegmentationPhoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics: /o/o, /f/f • High-Frequency Words: is, playPhonics READINGReview Initial: /o/o, /f/f; Medial /o/o;-at, -an; Word Families • Share the Big Books: Mama Cat Has Three Kittens; Animal Babies ABCHigh-Frequency Words • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Mole and theis , play Baby Bird • Read-Aloud AnthologyComprehension • Big Book of ExplorationsStrategy: Recognize Story StructureSkill: Identify Plot and Character • Fluency Practice LANGUAGE ARTSFluency • Shared WritingBuild Fluency: Sound-SpellingsBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Interactive WritingApproaching Time to Play • Independent WritingOn Level We Can PlayBeyond Nature Park INDEPENDENT PRACTICEELL Can We Play? • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and WritingSentences; Lists, Sentences, Letters • Handwriting Practice Animals ix
  • Unit 5 Resources Theme: Animals Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 5 TEACHER’S EDITION An Alphabet Book of Animal Offspring by Barbara Knox Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Tap, Tap, Tap! Can It Fit? by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Sit by Liz Ray Resource Book Connection by Tom Beedy Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Realistic Fantasy Fantasy Fiction Fantasy Time to Play Informational Nonfiction We Can Play Informational Nonfiction Nature Park Informational Nonfiction Animal Babies Can We Play? Informational Nonfiction Baby Animals Informational Nonfiction Informational Nonfiction by Anne Miranda Informational illustrated by by Anne Miranda Nonfiction Julie Downing Animals Play Informational Nonfiction Where Is It ? by Dawn Daytree by Anna Hartig Animals in Nature by Jan Dree Good Pets By Anne Miranda Animals by Jan Dree by K.C. Childs High-Frequency Word-Building Word Cards by K.C. Childs by Cathy Rios Illustrated by Bob Barner by Jeanie Carr illustrated by John Wallner by Jeanie Carr illustrated by John Wallner Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U0 5_W2_19398 7.indd 5 4/15/05 12:49:27 P NOK_RC_U05_W2_193987 NOK_RC_U05_W2_193987. .indd 3 indd Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 5
  • Theme: NeighborhoodUnit 6 Planner Unit 6 Neighborhood The Big Question Russ and the Firehouse Janet Elizabeth Rickert Photographs by Pete McGahan Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Our Neighborhood People and Places • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /h/h Introduce /d/d (Initial and Final), (Initial) /r/r (Initial) • High-Frequency High-Frequency Word High-Frequency Words Words are for , you READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Summarize Strategy: Summarize Skill: Identify Main Idea and Details Skill: Identify Main Idea and Details • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching In My Neighbohood Approaching People Who Help On Level Where Are We? On Level This Is for You Beyond Places in the Neighborhood Beyond The Good Idea ELL We Are Here ELL For You LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Sentences Sentences • Writing Writing Writing Dialogue Directionsviii Unit 6
  • Unit 6 Planner by Meg Starr Use the chart below to help plan your half-day Art by Ying-hwa Hu & Cornelius Van Wright kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeNeighborhood Workers • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Categorization • Oral VocabularyPhoneme SegmentationPhoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics: /d/d, /h/h, /r/r • High-Frequency Words: are, for, youPhonics READINGReview Initial: /h/h, /d/d, /r/r; Final /d/d;-ad, -at, -an, -ap, -am Word Families • Share the Big Books: Russ and the Firehouse; Bus StopsHigh-Frequency Words • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Alicia’s Happy Dayare , for , you • Read-Aloud Anthology • Big Book of ExplorationsComprehensionStrategy: Summarize • Fluency PracticeSkill: Retell LANGUAGE ARTS • Shared WritingFluencyBuild Fluency: Word Automaticity • Interactive WritingEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for FluencyApproaching We Work for You • Independent WritingOn Level Panda House INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond Bunny Town HelpersELL A House for You • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and Writing • Handwriting PracticeNaming Words, Sentences Neighborhood ix
  • Unit 6 Resources Theme: Neighborhood Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 6 TEACHER’S EDITION Russ and the Firehouse Janet Elizabeth Rickert Photographs by Pete McGahan Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition by Meg Starr Art by Ying-hwa Hu & Cornelius Van Wright Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Dad Can Pin It On Rod Can See It by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Are Caps Hats? by Nancy Hertz Resource Book Connection by Rosa Acosta Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Fantasy Bunny Town Realistic Fiction The Good Helpers Informational Nonfiction Idea by Fran Anita • illustrated by Carol Nicklaus by Katherine Scraper illustrated by Anthony Lewis Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy We Work for You Realistic Fiction by Mindy Krupp • illustrated by Nicole Rutten Panda House Realistic Fiction A House For You Realistic Fiction For You by Marie Stone • illustrated by John Wallner by Marie Stone • illustrated by John Wallner Informational Informational Informational In My Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction by Susan Calder Neighborhood • illustrated by Ann Iosa by Chloe Banco by Lee Peters • illustrated by Noah Jones by Bonnie Gerard We Are Here by Lee Peters • illustrated by Noah Jones by Bonnie Gerard High-Frequency Word-Building Word Cards Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill by Janna Dan Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U0 OK_RC_U06 6_W1_19398 _W1_193987 7.indd .indd 5 4/1/0 NOK_RC_U06_W1_193987 .indd 3 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 6
  • Theme: WeatherUnit 7 Planner Unit 7 Weather The Big Question In the Yard A Rainy Day Written by Dana Meachen Rau by Robin Nelson Illustrated by Elizabeth written by Dana Meachen RauWolf illustrated by Elizabeth Wolf Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Kinds of Weather Seasons • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending Phoneme Segmentation WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /e/e Introduce /b/b (Initial and Final) (Initial and Medial) /i/i (Initial) • High-Frequency High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Words this , do and , what READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Visualize Strategy: Visualize Skill: Identify Main Idea and Details Skill: Identify Setting • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching Do You Like Rain? Approaching What Can Len Do? On Level What Can You Do? On Level Go and Play Beyond Look at the Weather Beyond How the Bear Lost His Tail ELL You Can Do This ELL You Can Play LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Describing Words Describing Words • Writing Writing Writing Weather Report A Sentenceviii Unit 7
  • Unit 7 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeHow Weather Affects Us • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme BlendingPhoneme Segmentation WORD STUDY • Phonics: /b/b, /l/l, /e/e • High-Frequency Words: this, do, and, whatPhonics READINGReview Initial: /b/b, /l/l, /e/e; Medial /e/e;Final: /b/b • Share the Big Books: A Rainy Day; In the-in, -ip, -id Word Families Yard • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Bear Snores OnHigh-Frequency Wordsthis , do , and , what • Read-Aloud Anthology • Big Book of ExplorationsComprehensionStrategy: Visualize • Fluency PracticeSkill: Distinguish Between Fantasy andReality LANGUAGE ARTS • Shared WritingFluency • Interactive WritingBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Independent WritingApproaching What Can We Do?On Level In the Snow INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond The Woodpecker • Activity Book PagesELL Snow • Practice Book PagesGrammar and Writing • Handwriting PracticeDescribing Words, Sentences Weather ix
  • Unit 7 Resources Theme: Weather Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 7 TEACHER’S EDITION A Rainy Day In the Yard by Robin Nelson Written by Dana Meachen Rau Illustrated by Elizabeth written by Dana Meachen Rau Wolf illustrated by Elizabeth Wolf Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Pat and Tip Hot Ben, Hot Lin by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Ed Can, Ted Can by Liz Ray Resource Book Connection by Julio Alvarez Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers The Fantasy Folk Tale Woodpecker How the Bear Informational Nonfiction Lost Hisat the Look Tail by Pam Fraser Weather! illustrated by Jared Lee Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy by Bonnie McKenna What Can In the Snow Snow We Do?Can Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy What Informational by Dean August by Michael Price • illustrated by Steve Haskamp Informational by Kate Pistone by Michael Price • illustrated by Steve Haskamp You Can Play Informational Len You Like Do Do? Nonfiction Nonfiction by Katherine Scraper • illustrated by Elise Mills Nonfiction What Can High-Frequency Word-Building illustrated by Kathi Ember You Can illustrated by Hector Borlasca by Katherine Scraper • illustrated by Elise Mills by Paul Dan • illustrated by Tammie Lyon Rain? by Cynthia Swain You Do? Do This by Frank Fenn by Frank Fenn Word Cards Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U07_W 2_193987.indd 5 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill NOK_RC_U07_W2_193987.in dd 3 Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 7
  • Theme: PlantsUnit 8 Planner Unit 8 Plants The Big Oak Trees Question by Tom Leonard by Melanie Mitch e ll lani Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme How Trees Grow Seeds and Plants • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Deletion WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /k/k Introduce /u/u (Initial) /k/k (Initial and Medial) (Final) /k/ck • High-Frequency High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Words little , said here , was READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Strategy: Recognize Text Structure Skill: Identify Sequence of Events Skill: Retell • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching The Little Tree Approaching Seeds On Level Seeds Make Trees On Level From Seed to Plant Beyond How a Tree Grows Beyond Seeds, Seeds, Seeds! ELL We Like Trees ELL Seeds LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Describing Words Describing Words • Writing Writing Writing Steps in a Process Similesviii Unit 8
  • Unit 8 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeWhat’s in My Garden? • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme DeletionPhoneme Segmentation WORD STUDYPhoneme Blending • Phonics: /k/k, /k/ck, /u/u • High-Frequency Words: little, said, here, wasPhonicsReview Initial /k/k, /u/u; Medial /u/u; Final READING/k/ck; -ot, -op, -ick, -uck Word Families • Share the Big Books: Oak Trees; Seed SecretsHigh-Frequency Wordslittle , said , here , was • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Sunflower House • Read-Aloud AnthologyComprehension • Big Book of ExplorationsStrategy: Recognize Story StructureSkill: Draw Conclusions • Fluency Practice LANGUAGE ARTSFluency • Shared WritingBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Interactive WritingApproaching It Was Here!On Level I Like This Flower • Independent WritingBeyond Kim’s Garden INDEPENDENT PRACTICEELL I Will Sit Here • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and WritingDescribing Words, Poem • Handwriting Practice Plants ix
  • Unit 8 Resources Theme: Plants Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 8 TEACHER’S EDITION Oak Trees by Tom Leonard by Melanie Mitch e ll lani Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Pick It! A Bud Is Up by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Sad Hen by Mara Debonne illustrated by Paige Billin-Frye Resource Book Connection by Amy Helfer illustrated by Gary Phillips Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Fantasy Informational Nonfiction Realistic Fiction How a Tree Grows by Anne Miranda illustrated by Rusty Fletcher Fantasy It Was Here! Fantasy Seeds, Fantasy by Yoon Gil I Will Sit Here Seeds, Informational Informational Informational Nonfiction Nonfiction Nonfiction illustrated by Ana Ochoa Seeds by Marie Stone Realistic • illustrated by Brian Cody by Marie Stone Realistic • illustrated by Brian Cody by Fran Johnson Seeds Fantasy Fiction Fiction The Lit tle Tree by Max Banco • illustrated by Carol Nicklaus Seeds Make Trees by Olive JacksonWilliams by Bill • illustrated by Jerry Smath Seeds! by Jane Andrews We Like Trees by Olive JacksonWilliams by Bill • illustrated by Jerry Smath High-Frequency Word-Building Word Cards Cards by Cynthia Swain illustrated by Nicole Rutten Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple C_U08_W2_ 08_W2_1939 193987.indd 87.indd 5 NOK_RC_U08_W2_193987. NOK_RC_U08_W2_193987 .indd 3 indd Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 8
  • Theme: Amazing CreaturesUnit 9 Planner Unit 9 Amazing Creatures The Big Question By Edana Eckart NORBERT WU Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Interesting Insects The Amazing Ocean • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Addition Phoneme Segmentation Phoneme Blending WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /g/g (Initial and Final), Introduce /v/v (Initial), /w/w (Initial) /ks/x (Final) • High-Frequency High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Words she , he has , look READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Ask Questions Strategy: Ask Questions Skill: Classify and Categorize Skill: Compare and Contrast • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching Bugs Approaching Look in the Box! On Level Insects On Level Down in the Ocean Beyond About Insects Beyond The Amazing Ocean ELL The Insects ELL The Ocean LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns Pronouns • Writing Writing Writing Questions and Answers Descriptive Sentencesviii Unit 9
  • Unit 9 Planner If the dinosaurs came back by Bernard Most Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeAnimals Now and Then • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Segmentation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme BlendingPhoneme Addition WORD STUDY • Phonics: /g/g, /v/v, /w/w, /ks/x • High-Frequency Words: she, he, has, lookPhonics READINGReview Initial: /g/g, /v/v, /w/w; Final /g/g,/ks/x; -et, -ot, -ox, -ix, -ed, -en Word Families • Share the Big Books: Beetles; Fish Faces • Read-Aloud Trade Book: If the DinosaursHigh-Frequency Words Came Backshe , he , has , look • Read-Aloud Anthology • Big Book of ExplorationsComprehensionStrategy: Ask Questions • Fluency PracticeSkill: Distinguish Between Fantasy andReality LANGUAGE ARTS • Shared WritingFluency • Interactive WritingBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Independent WritingApproaching Look at the DogOn Level Big Ben INDEPENDENT PRACTICEBeyond Paul Bunyan and the Blue Ox • Activity Book PagesELL Big Dog • Practice Book PagesGrammar and Writing • Handwriting PracticePronouns, Story Amazing Creatures ix
  • Unit 9 Resources Theme: Amazing Creatures Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 9 TEACHER’S EDITION By Edana Eckart NORBERT WU Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition If the dinosaurs came back by Bernard Most Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Pat and the Vet A Vet Can Fix It! by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Bug in a Web by Liz Ray Resource Book Connection by Ana Ruiz Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Folk Tale Paul Bunyan and Informational Nonfiction the Blue Ox Informational Nonfiction About Insects retold by José Perez illustrated by Bob McMahon Fantasy Fantasy Fantasy Look at the Dog Informational Nonfiction Informational Nonfiction by Yoon Gil Informational Nonfiction Big Dog by Marco Swan • Look in the Box! illustrated by Noah Jones by Susie Fineman Down in • illustrated by John Kanzler by Susie Fineman • illustrated by John Kanzler Informational Nonfiction Informational Nonfiction the Ocean The Ocean Informational Nonfiction Bugs High-Frequency Word-Building by Cathy Jones • illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Insects by Michael Evans by Trevor Johns The Insects by Michael Evans by Kim O’Connor by Trevor Johns by William Johns Word Cards Cards Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple MA 03:32: 9 50/82/7 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill MA 40:32:9 50/8 2/ 7 Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 9
  • Theme: I Know a Lot!Unit 10 Planner Unit 10 I Know A Lot! The Big What Do You Know! Question Lorinda Bryan Cauley Unit Theme Opener, page xvi Big Book Big Book WEEK 1 WEEK 2 ORAL LANGUAGE • Oral Vocabulary Theme Theme Show What You Know Art All Around • Phonemic Phonemic Awareness Phonemic Awareness Awareness Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Isolation Phoneme Blending Phoneme Blending Phoneme Substitution Phoneme Substitution WORD STUDY • Phonics Phonics Phonics Introduce /j/j, /kw/qu Introduce /y/y, /z/z • High-Frequency High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Words with , my me , where READING • Listening Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Reread Reread Skill: Use Illustrations Skill: Identify Cause and Effect • Fluency Fluency Fluency Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Build Fluency: Word Automaticity Echo-Read, Read for Fluency Echo-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Leveled Readers Approaching I Am Quick! Approaching Can You See It? On Level Duck Quacks On Level My Pet and Me Beyond The Play Beyond Art by Anne ELL Quack! ELL My Pet LANGUAGE ARTS • Grammar Grammar Grammar Pronouns Pronouns • Writing Writing Writing Questions and Answers Sentencesviii Unit 10
  • Unit 10 Planner Use the chart below to help plan your half-day kindergarten schedule. Choose Small Group and Workstation Activities as your time allows Read-Aloud Trade Book during the day.WEEK 3 ORAL LANGUAGE • Phonemic AwarenessThemeLet’s Count Down! • Build BackgroundPhonemic AwarenessPhoneme Isolation • Oral VocabularyPhoneme BlendingPhoneme Substitution WORD STUDY • Phonics: /j/j, /kw/qu, /y/y, /z/z • High-Frequency Words: with, me, my, wherePhonicsReview Initial: /j/j, /kw/qu, /y/y, /z/z; READING-ug, -ut, -un Word Families • Share the Big Books: What Do You Know!; Warthogs Paint: A Messy Color BookHigh-Frequency Wordswith , my , me , where • Read-Aloud Trade Book: Turtle Splash! • Read-Aloud AnthologyComprehension • Big Book of ExplorationsStrategy: Monitor Comprehension:Reread • Fluency PracticeSkill: Identify Setting LANGUAGE ARTSFluency • Shared WritingBuild Fluency: Word AutomaticityEcho-Read, Choral-Read, Read for Fluency • Interactive WritingApproaching Count with Me • Independent WritingOn Level Can You Count?Beyond Learning the Rules INDEPENDENT PRACTICEELL Count with Me • Activity Book Pages • Practice Book PagesGrammar and WritingPronouns, A Counting Book • Handwriting Practice I Know a Lot! ix
  • Unit 10 Resources Theme: I Know a Lot! Literature Teaching Support Kindergarten • Unit 10 TEACHER’S EDITION What Do You Know! Lorinda Bryan Cauley Big Book Big Book Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Home-School Resource Connection Read-Aloud Trade Book Book • Parent Letters in 6 languages • Homework Activities • Decodable Passages • Take-Home Stories • Word Study • Additional Literacy Support • Oral Vocabulary Pre- and Posttests Big Book of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Yes, Tip! Zip? by Amy Helfer illustrated by Nathan Jarvis Explorations Teacher’s Home-School Jeb Is Quick! by Maureen Stiles photographed by Ken O’Donoghue Resource Book Connection by Anita Faulk illustrated by Erin Mauterer Big Book of Explorations Phonics Practice (2) Phonics Practice Phonics Practice Decodable Readers Fantasy Informational Learning the Nonfiction Rules Art Realistic The Fiction by Katherine Scraper illustrated by Marsha Winborne by Fantasy Fantasy Can You Count? Play Anne Fantasy Count with Me! Count with Me Realistic Fiction Realistic Fiction by Olive Jackson • illustrated by Priscilla Burris Realistic Fiction by Olive Jackson • illustrated by Priscilla Burris by Olive Jackson Can You See It ? Realistic Fiction • illustrated by Hector Borlasca My Pet and Me Fantasy Fantasy My Pet I Am Quick! by Chloe Bark • illustrated by Yvette Banek by Reed Pace • illustrated by John Nez Duck Quacks by Tyler Martin by Katherine Scraper • illustrated by Robin Oz by Tyler Martin Quack! by Katherine Scraper • illustrated by Robin Oz High-Frequency Word-Building by Anne Miranda Word Cards Cards illustrated by Karen Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill by Anne M iranda Miranda Macmillan/McGraw-HillStormer Brooks Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Approaching On Level Beyond Level ELL Level Sound-Spelling WorkBoard Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz Leveled Readers ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill ©Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Sound-Spelling Puppet WorkBoards Aa apple NOK_RC_U1 OK_RC_U10 0_W1_19398 _W1_193987 7.indd .indd 5 NOK_RC_U10_W1_193987 .indd 3 Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Description of Sound The sound of a in apple is called short a. It is a vowel. The vocal cords vibrate when making the short a sound. The tongue is behind © Macmillan/McGraw-Hill / photo © Stockdisc / PunchStock the lower teeth and the sound is made at the front of the mouth. How to Make the Sound Position your tongue behind your bottom teeth. With your mouth wide open, pull back your lips in a partial smile. Read-Aloud Oral Vocabulary Retelling Cards a Articulation Words for Oral Practice Initial Position add, ah, an, and, ant, as, ask, at Medial Position bad, bag, cat, dad, gap, jam, last, map, mat, nap, pan, ran, sat, tap, zap Anthology Cards Small Group Word Lists 1 Includes Plays for (30 sets) Sound-Spelling Readers Theater Cards Photo Cards x Unit 10
  • High-Frequency Words UNIT/WEEK I Start Smart Week 1High-Frequency Words can Start Smart Week 2 we Unit 1 Week 1 the Unit 1 Week 2 like Unit 2 Week 1 a Unit 2 Week 2 see Unit 3 Week 1 go Unit 3 Week 2 to Unit 4 Week 1 have Unit 4 Week 2 is Unit 5 Week 1 play Unit 5 Week 2 are Unit 6 Week 1 for Unit 6 Week 2 you Unit 6 Week 2 this Unit 7 Week 1 do Unit 7 Week 1 and Unit 7 Week 2 what Unit 7 Week 2 little Unit 8 Week 1 said Unit 8 Week 1 here Unit 8 Week 2 was Unit 8 Week 2 she Unit 9 Week 1 he Unit 9 Week 1 has Unit 9 Week 2 look Unit 9 Week 2 with Unit 10 Week 1 my Unit 10 Week 1 me Unit 10 Week 2 where Unit 10 Week 2 T8 Unit 10
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Whose Baby Am I? animal protect together together imitate animal resemble2 The Picnic at Apple Park activity exciting activity cooperate exhausted cooperate gather3 Peter’s Chair change occasion change relative eager relative celebrate Families T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 What Do You Like? friend partner favorite favorite hobby friend compete2 Friends All Around game pleasant world world assist game honest3 Simon and Molly plus Hester problem grateful problem solve include solve thoughtful Friends T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 The Bus For Us vehicle glide transportation transportation continue vehicle rapidly2 On the Go travel prepare travel journey relax journey familiar3 Duck on a Bike wheel haul wheel adventure attach adventure massive Transportation T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Apple Farmer Annie farmer ingredients farmer market combine market nutritious2 Our Special Sweet Potato Pie special prefer special feast flavor feast appetite3 Yoko tradition fresh tradition menu devour menu delicious Food T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Mama Cat has Three Kittens compare gentle action action pounces compare content2 Animal Babies ABC parent fragile parent information belong information several3 Mole and the Baby Bird habitat beneath habitat responsibility raise responsibility enter Animals T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Russ and the Firehouse neighborhood borrow neighborhood equipment organize equipment frequently2 Bus Stops community admire community worker deliver worker schedule3 Alicia’s Happy Day job repair job celebration precise celebration alert Neighborhood T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 A Rainy Day weather drizzle weather cloud blustery cloud chilly2 In the Yard season shiver month month mild season warning3 Bear Snores On experience cozy hibernate hibernate clear experience retreat Weather T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Oak Trees grow conceited plant plant equal grow charming2 Seed Secrets observe necessary seed seed moist observe gradually3 Sunflower House senses arrange senses garden tend garden basic Plants T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 Beetles interesting annoy insect insect flutter interesting distinctive2 Fish Faces amazing invite ocean ocean deep amazing reason3 If the Dinosaurs Came Back fantasy enormous fantasy reality gulp reality incredible Amazing Creatures T9
  • Oral Vocabulary Word ListWeek Theme Words Oral Vocabulary Card Words 1 What Do You Know? describe texture describe understand confused understand insist2 Warthogs Paint create extraordinary create imagine design imagine decorate3 Turtle Splash! explore splendid curious curious consider explore final I Know a Lot! T9