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  • MESSENGER, MESSENGER Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five Word Work Phonics Practice Additional Resources High Frequency Words
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  • What kinds of transportation help people do their jobs?
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  • Compare and Contrast Define Compare and Contrast When we read, we can tell what is alike and what is different about things in a story. It is called comparing and contrasting. We compare when we find things that are alike. We contrast when we find things that are different.
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  • Amazing Words
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  • bud was sad
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  • Bud was sad.
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  • Word Practice
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  • High Frequency Word Practice blue green to whatwas they have said you a she yellow
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  • Dates We have been saying the date every day when we look at the calendar. This is how the date is written. The name of the month is written first. The month always starts with an uppercase letter. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732. George W. Bush was born on July 6, 1946.
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  • Lets Write- Dates When is St. Patricks Day? This St. Patricks Day is on March 17, 2009.
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  • What are three ways people can send messages and packages?
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  • can the cub tug on the rug.
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  • Can the cub tug on the rug?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 45 What time of the day is it? It is morning, and the man is waking up. Why do you think he needs to wake up? Develop Vocabulary sun, wind, rain, snow Pages 67 What is the messenger carrying? The messenger is carrying a bike. What do you think he will do with the bike? Develop Vocabulary bike Pages 89 Where is the messenger riding? He is riding his bike across a bridge. Where could he be going?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 1011 What is Calvin Curbhopper looking at? Why does he check his watch? Pages 1213 What kind of buildings are in this city? The buildings are very tall. Have you ever been in a very tall building? Pages 1415 What is Calvin Curbhopper doing in this picture? Calvin uses a radio to call his boss. Who does he call on the radio?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 1617 What did Calvin Curbhopper just ride through? Calvin takes shortcuts through tunnels and parking lots. Why does he take shortcuts? Develop Vocabulary parking lots, tunnels Pages 1819 What is Calvin Curbhopper doing? Calvin is eating lunch on his bike. Why can't he stop to eat? Expand Vocabulary squints Pages 2021 Who is Calvin waving to? Calvin waves to his pals as he rides by. What are his friends doing?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 2223 How can you tell Calvin Curbhopper is cold in this picture? Calvin is cold as he rides his bike. Have you ever ridden a bike when it was cold outside? distancing Pages 2425 What time of day is it now? It is nighttime, and Calvin is still making deliveries. How can you tell? Pages 2627 What does Calvin Curbhopper see out the window of the building? Calvin can see the city's lights from the tall building window. Have you ever seen a city from a tall building?
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  • Shared Reading Pages 2829 Where is Calvin riding now? Calvin is on the bridge again. Where do you think Calvin is going? Pages 3031 What kind of look does Calvin have on his face? Calvin looks happy to be home. How do you feel when you get home?
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  • Word Work m u d
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  • Word Work s u n
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  • Word Work h o t
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  • Word Work r a n
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  • Word Work J u d
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  • Word Work g o t
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  • Word Work b e d
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  • Word Work w i ll
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  • Word Work h a s
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  • Word Work pl a n
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  • Word Work c a n
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  • Word Work v a n
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  • Word Work h i s
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  • Word Work p a d s
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  • Word Work l e t
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  • Word Work u s
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  • Word Work i n
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  • Word Work f u n
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  • Word Practice saidthefromhave forseethey what
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  • Lets Write- Dates When we write a date, we write the month, then the date, then a comma, and finally the year. Watch as I write this date: May 1, 2006. The comma is the little curved line between the number for the day and the year. Lets write todays date!
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  • How does a bike messenger bundle up in winter?
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  • do you jump up and down
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  • Do you jump up and down?
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  • Compare and Contrast Besides bicycle riding, what are some other ways that people can travel to deliver a package? Which do you think is faster, riding a bike or walking? How do you think riding in a car in city traffic is like bicycle riding, and how do you think it is different?
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  • Word Practice j ug
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  • cup
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  • pup
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  • cut
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  • nut
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  • sun
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  • fun
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  • stun
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  • Word Practice junk
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  • Word Practice dust
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  • High Frequency Words whatsaidwasseelookcomehelikehave
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  • cat cut
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  • hit hut
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  • nut net
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  • tag tug
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  • bun bin
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  • rob rub
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  • Lets Write- Questions and Uppercase A sentence that asks something is called a question. When you write a sentence that asks a question, you place a question mark at the end. Remember that all sentences begin with an uppercase letter. What is your name? Where are you going. how are you today?
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  • What transportation can mail carriers use to do their job?
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  • Calvin Can ride fast?
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  • Calvin can ride fast.
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  • Phonics Practice
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  • High Frequency Words what was said my see is the
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  • Lets Write a Letter Today we're going to write a pretend message to the author of Messenger, Messenger, Robert Burleigh. Our message will be in a letter. What parts does a letter have? The first thing we must write is the date. Then we write Dear Mr. Burleigh, here, skipping a line. What should we say in our letter? Did we like this book? What did we like about it? Prompt children to generate compliments about the writing and the illustrations in the book. When we have finished our letter, we say goodbye and sign the letter with our name: Sincerely, [Your Name]'s Kindergarten Class.
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  • What kinds of transportation help people do their jobs?
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  • i fell down
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  • I fell down.
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  • High Frequency Words yellow
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  • said
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  • was
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  • what
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  • blue
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  • green
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  • like
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  • see
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  • do
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  • one
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  • that
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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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  • three
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  • we
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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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  • five
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  • has
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  • is
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  • have
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  • little
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  • I
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  • a
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  • the
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  • with
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  • go
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  • Websites Starfall- letter Uu Cookie Monster- letter Uu Leo Loves to Spell See-N-Spell (short vowels) Bike Game Messenger photos and info Kindergarten Kove

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