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  • Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five Word Work Phonics Practice H F Words Additional Resources
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  • What does a train need to get over the mountain?
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  • In a story something happens in the beginning, in the middle, and at the end. What happens in the whole story is called the plot.
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  • bud is in the tub with suds
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  • Bud is in the tub with suds.
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  • cubmugcupbugcut rugbunrunsunbus nutgumcuthumhub
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  • was said what
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  • PeoplePlacesThings/Animals
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  • What are other ways to get over a mountain?
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  • can it go up the hill
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  • Can it go up the hill?
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  • Page 3 What do you see riding on the train? Where do you think it is going? Pages 45 What kinds of toys do you see? What animals do you see? Pages 67 What are some of the toys you see here? Which toys would you like to play with?
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  • Pages 89 What kinds of food do you see here? Which ones are best for you? Pages 1011 What has happened to the train? What do you think will happen to the toys? Pages 1213 What is the clown doing? Why is he doing that?
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  • Pages 1415 What do you think the clown is doing? Pages 1617 Why is the Shiny New Engine leaving? How do the toys look now? Pages 1819 What is the clown waving at now? Did they give up after one engine said no?
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  • Pages 2021 Is it big and strong or small and weak? Do you think it can pull the train? Pages 2223 Did the engine help the train? How many trains have the toys asked for help so far? Pages 2425 What is this next engine like? Do you think this tired, old engine could help them over the mountain?
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  • Pages 2627 Why can't the Rusty Old Engine help? How do the toys feel now? Pages 2829 How do the toys look now? Why are they happy and excited? Pages 3031 What are the toys doing now? Does she look strong enough to pull the train?
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  • Pages 3233 Is the Little Blue Engine leaving like the other engines? How do you think the toys feel about that? open-ended Pages 3435 What does she say over and over again? Have you ever had to try very hard to do something? Pages 3637 How do the toys feel when they reach the top of the mountain? How do you feel when someone helps you? Pages 3839 Do you think the Little Blue Engine enjoyed helping the toys? How do you feel when you are able to do something hard?
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  • Sometimes in the story, a problem is solved or a goal is reached. The train had a problemits engine was broken and it couldn't get over the mountain. The problem is solved when the Little Blue Engine pulls it over the mountain.
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  • dmu
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  • nJa
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  • sGu
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  • dan
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  • lpas
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  • nfu
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  • no
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  • gru
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  • nsu
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  • mhu
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  • sbu
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  • gbu
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  • nru
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  • ni
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  • aretheyliketohavetheseewherecome
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  • If you were waiting for your toys to come over the mountain, would you be excited? Let's write a sentence about what you might be waiting for.
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  • How will the little engine tug the train up the hill?
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  • can you do hard work
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  • Can you do hard work?
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  • The plot of a story tells what happens in the story. What problem did the toys have? What did the toys do to solve their problem? How was the problem solved?
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  • m u g
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  • b u d
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  • m u d
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  • s u d s
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  • t u b
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  • f u n
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  • m o m
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  • d u g
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  • J e m
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  • J a n
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  • R e x
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  • w i ll
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  • j u m p
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  • f i t
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  • p u p
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  • what said was a he
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  • like to the have with
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  • my look here of do for
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  • tug tag
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  • rug rag
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  • big bug
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  • duck do
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  • fan fun
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  • him ham
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  • Let's write the sentence that the Little Blue Engine said as it pulled the train all the way up the mountain. I think I can. Write or dictate a sentence about a job you think you can do.
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  • What can a train carry on a trip?
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  • i will take the train
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  • I will take the train.
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  • whatthe washave said
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  • Remember that a poem usually has rhyming words. We are going to use our rhyming nouns to write a poem. Please put the hen into the pen; But take the bug out of the rug.
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  • What does a train need to get over the mountain?
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  • i think i can
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  • I think I can
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  • yellow
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  • said
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  • was
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  • here
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  • what
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  • blue
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  • like
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  • see
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  • do
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  • green
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  • one
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  • that
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  • from
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  • they
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  • you
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  • of
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  • two
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  • look
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  • she
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  • are
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  • three
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  • me
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  • for
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  • we
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  • he
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  • my
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  • four
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  • to
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  • a
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  • five
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  • has
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  • is
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  • have
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  • am
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  • little
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  • I
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  • the
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  • with
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  • go
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  • Caillou Train Game http://pbskids.org/caillou/games/train/index.html Thomas The Tank Engine games and activities http://www.thomasandfriends.com/usa/index.asp See-N-Spell (open-ended so you can use vocabulary/popcorn words to spell) http://www.primarygames.com/see-n-spell/start.htm Games for blending, configurations, and sight words http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/wordsandpictures/index.shtml The Little Engine That Could activities http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/little_engine_that_could.html Video Clips from The Little Engine That Could Tour http://www.gsmr.com/multimedia/letc.php Kindergarten Kove http://www.scsk12.org/SCS/subject-areas/Kindergarten-Kove/K.5.4.html
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  • Story Retelling and transportation ideas http://www.kinderplans.com/content.cfm?pagei d=142 Printable activities http://www.teachervision.fen.com/childrens- book/activity

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