Learn to use sensory words to narrate a walk through the deciduous forest. Read and write words with the suffixes -ful, -ness, and -ly.
I can recall who, what, where, when, why, and how to show understanding of details in a informational text. I can ask and answer questions before, during, and after reading a text.
I can identify and give examples of text features. I can explain how text features help locate key facts or information. I can locate key facts or information about a topic using text features.
I can identify purposes for reading. I can read a text and identify the author's main purpose for writing it.
I can explain how the images add meaning to words. I can use images and words in a text to help me understand what I am reading.
I can write a narrative with a beginning, middle and end. I can include details that describe actions, thoughts, and feelings. I can use order words to sequence my story. I can write an ending to my story.
I can identify digital tools that will help me produce and publish my writing. I can use digital tools to produce and publish my writing. I can use digital tools to collaborate with others.
I can decode words with short vowel sounds. I can recognize familiar short vowel spelling patterns. I can decode words with long vowel sounds. I recognize familiar long vowel spelling patterns. I can decode words with common prefixes and suffixes. I can identify common prefixes and suffixes. I can decode words by breaking them into parts. I can recognize words with common spelling patterns (anchor words/word families). I can read words with irregular spelling patterns (rule breakers/dolch words) without having to sound them out.
Determine the meaning of the new word formed when a known prefix is added to a known word (e.g., happy/unhappy, tell/retell).