Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).
Standard TypeMichigan State ELA Standards
Today we will be learning about the letter O and the long O vowel sound. We will be reading a story about the plants and animals that live in a pond and learning about research and collecting animal facts. You will need to gather some supplies for today’s lesson.
In this episode we will learning about the long i vowel sound and using words with the long i sound to build sentences. We will be looking at a nonfiction book and using parts of the book to find information. We will also be researching and writing about how animals protect themselves and their babies to survive.
Today we will be learning and writing about the habitats of frogs and tadpoles. Habitat means where animals live and what their home is like. We will also learn about different letter patterns that make the long a vowel sound and read a silly story about a little frog who doesn’t want to be a frog.
Today we will be learning about the physical characteristics of frogs and tadpoles. Physical characteristics means the features of their body or what their body looks like. We will read a poem and look for the letter patterns that make the long a vowel sound, and we will also learn about homophones, two words that sound the same
Today we are going to be sorting words by the R-controlled vowel patterns of -ir and -ur, we will be looking for words with these patterns in a text, and we will practice writing good sentences.