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  • Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five Shared Reading Phonics Practice Word Practice High Frequency Words Additional Resources
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  • What kinds of homes do people around the world build?
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  • it is ten past six
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  • It is ten past six.
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  • six Jimcanwillhim quizbigonMomsit satyakaddtopten quitrunbusdidhave
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  • the the a a is is said said
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  • Words that tell what we do are verbs. I jump rope. He jumps rope.
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  • Let's write about something we like to do. I read books. Who else reads books? Pete reads books. Did you begin your sentences with an uppercase letter. Did I put a period at the end of my sentence?
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  • What do people around the world use to build their homes?
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  • do you live in the city
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  • Do you live in the city?
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  • Page 3 What can we learn from the table of contents? How is this helpful? Pages 45 What is a home? What else does a home do? Pages 67 What kinds of homes do you see here? How are these homes different?
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  • Pages 89 What are the homes on these pages made of? What do we use to build homes in our country? Pages 1011 What are these homes made of? How are the homes in these two pictures the same? Pages 1213 Why are these homes good for hot places? Why are these two homes built on stilts?
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  • Pages 1415 Why do you think these houses are made of snow? Which houses on these pages are alike? Pages 1617 Do all homes look the same? How are a city and a suburb different? Pages 1819 What is a home in the country like? Do you live in the city, in a suburb, or in the country?
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  • Pages 2021 Are any of these homes like your home? Pages 2223 Which one do you like best? Would you like to live in one of these houses? Page 24 Is one kind of home better than an other? What makes a home a special place?
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  • People build homes from materials they find nearby. What are homes near here built with? What type of a home might you find in the city? How are they different from homes in the country? What materials might be used to build a house in a very cold area? What might be used in a hot area? What kind of home would you like to live in?
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  • box
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  • bus
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  • desk
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  • drum
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  • g um
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  • p i g
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  • hen
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  • red
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  • r ug
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  • zip
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  • Vin
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  • had
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  • bag
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  • big
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  • got
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  • net
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  • rag
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  • will
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  • trip
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  • what here do look are for youthe where with
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  • Bob walks to school. Tim sings to his sister. She plays with me. Write a sentence using these verbs. putstalkswrites
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  • How are homes in the city and the country different ?
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  • she sings a song
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  • She sings a song.
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  • Verbs are action words that tell about things we do. Play Simon Says and guess the verb that is being preformed.
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  • Max
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  • Jen
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  • six
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  • big
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  • kids
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  • can
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  • run
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  • zip
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  • and
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  • Mom
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  • Dad
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  • box
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  • cat
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  • red
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  • gift
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  • tag
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  • see theythe
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  • youareto
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  • havewhatis
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  • likelittle for
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  • bag i
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  • fan i
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  • ham i
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  • Jam i
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  • tan i
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  • wag i
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  • All the homes have roofs. All the homes have doors. All the homes __________.
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  • How are all houses alike?
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  • How do u get to school.
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  • How do you get to school?
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  • littletheisgoheredowhatwithsaid
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  • Behind the bed the big bunny bounced. Sally sells seashells by the seashore. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
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  • What kinds of homes do people around the world build?
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  • my cat is not mad
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  • My cat is not mad.
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  • Word order in sentences http://www.earobics.com/gamegoo/games/monkey/monkeylo.html ABC order- letters http://www.abcya.com/alphabet.htm ABC order- Whack a Mole http://www.playkidsgames.com/games/wam/default.htm# Homes Around The World photos http://www.hgpho.to/wfest/house/house-e.html Homes photos http://www.shelterpub.com/_wonderful_houses/wh-toc.html Kindergarten Kove http://www.scsk12.org/SCS/subject-areas/Kindergarten-Kove/K.6.1.html
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  • Homes Around the World http://www.warrinerprimaries.com/Topic/homeswo rld.htm

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