Main Selection: We’re Going on a Picnic pages 152-177
Phonics Skill: Long i spelled i-e, endings –ed, -ing
Spelling Words: like, line, nine, mine, mile, while, take, came, gone, near
High Frequency Words: because, light, right, those, walked
Grammar: Describing words: feelings
Writing: Description of a memory
Comprehension: ask questions, problem/solution
Incident- something unusual that happens and often is an accident
Gradual- happening slowly
Downpour- large amount of rain that falls in a short time
Seek- looking for or trying to find something
Oblivious- not seeing something or not realizing something is happening
Indecisive-you cannot make up your mind about something
Ideas for Studying Robust Vocabulary:
Tell a partner about a funny incident that happened at a party.
Imagine you are a seed that is growing into a tree. Show a partner the gradual changes you would go through.
Imagine you just saw a downpour of rain. Tell about it.
Tell some things you seek when you get ready for school.
Show how you would act if you were oblivious to a gorilla.
Pretend to be indecisive about which toy to buy.