• Lesson plans are subject to change during these weeks because some concepts may take more or less time for students to comprehend.
     
    Lesson 13 We are going to move quickly through this story. I don't care for the point in this story. The solution doesn't hold the character responsible for failing to lollow directions.
    READING Big Bushy Mustache
    FOCUS Author's Purpose-fiction to entertain
    PHONICS soft c and g when followed by e, i, or y and three letter "j" written dge
    SPELLING LIST slice, city, nice, space, price, gem, cage, huge, dodge, fudge, circle, fireplace, gentle, Red Lodge, celebrate
    SECOND WEEK
    PHONICS ck at the end of a word to keep the vowel short with suffixes
    slicker, socks, kicking, sack, brick, snacks, clock, quickest, neck, blocked, duckling, buckle, cracker, lucky, sticky
     
    VOCABULARY above, shoes, tough, wash, wear, woman, young,
    ROBUST VOCABULARY trance, distraught, wilting, swirling, flitted, improvise, expensive
    GRAMMAR plural possessive nouns
    WRITING continue with writing friendly letters and  focus on how to paragraphs.
    MATH Chapter 6 Three Digit Subtraction
                Chapter 7 Money and Time
     
    SCIENCE AND/OR Heart and Harvest of the Month: Grains-wheat and barley.
    SOCIAL STUDIES