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					How do animals change as they grow?
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Frogs Online Games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:
Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City: voc. Spelling City: amazing

Spelling Words:
Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City

High Frequency Words:
Spelling City

Frogs
Vocabulary Words pond wonderful powerful insects crawls skin shed Amazing Words  appearance  stage  transform  restless  pursue  canopy  forage  forepaw

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Frogs
High Frequency Words  bear  build  couldn’t  father  love  mother  straight

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun
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Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

How do animals change as they grow?
     Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Big Question:

Frogs
Monday

Morning Warm-Up

Animals everywhere start life as babies. Each animal has a mother and a father. Over time, the babies grow. How do animals change as they grow?

Frogs
Monday

Morning Warm-Up

Animals everywhere start life as babies. Each animal has a mother and a father. Over time, the babies grow. How do animals change as they grow?

Today we will learn about:
     Amazing Words Dipthongs: ou, ow Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer Adjectives that Compare

Amazing Words

appearance
 ap – pear - ance  An appearance is the way a person, an animal, or a thing looks.  An appearance can also be the way something seems to look or to be.  The child’s appearance was clean and neat.  The performer gave the appearance that juggling was easy.

stage
 stage  A stage is a step or time in a person’s or animal’s life.  Toddlers go through a stage when they always say no.  Puppies go through a stage when they like to chew everything.

stage

transform
 trans - form  When you transform something, you change it.  The gardener will transform the drab backyard into a beautiful garden.  We will transform the basement into a great playroom.

Click to listen to “Tadpole Transformation.”

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names Adult Animal Names

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole Adult Animal Names

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole Adult Animal Names frog

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt Adult Animal Names frog

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt Adult Animal Names frog horse

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick Adult Animal Names frog horse

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken cat

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten puppy Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken cat

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten puppy Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken cat dog

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten puppy calf Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken cat dog

Animal Names T-chart
Baby Animal Names tadpole colt chick kitten puppy calf Adult Animal Names frog horse chicken cat dog cow

Dipthongs: ou, ow
 grow  What do you know about reading this word?  The letters ow can stand for the sound /o/.  Today we’ll learn another sound for ow.  owl.

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owl The letters ow can stand for the long o sound or the dipthong /ou/. The context provides the clue to pronunciation.
      cow now down brown crowd flower

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Sometimes the letters ou stand for the dipthong/ou/. In a dipthong, each vowel contributes to the sound heard.
      out loud sour ground about mountain

Dipthongs: ou, ow
Blend these words.

      

count found cow brown ouch allow how

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out down round howl sound now vowel scout

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) Owl (ow) Ocean

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) Owl (ow) frown Ocean

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) Owl (ow) frown Ocean snow

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) Owl (ow) frown Ocean snow glow

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud Owl (ow) frown Ocean snow glow

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud Owl (ow) frown down Ocean snow glow

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud Owl (ow) frown down growl Ocean snow glow

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud Owl (ow) frown down growl Ocean snow glow flown

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud ouch Owl (ow) frown down growl Ocean snow glow flown

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud ouch count Owl (ow) frown down growl Ocean snow glow flown

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud ouch count Owl (ow) frown down growl crown Ocean snow glow flown

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud ouch count Owl (ow) frown down growl crown Ocean snow glow flown throw

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Sorting Dipthongs: ou, ow
Owl (ou) cloud ouch count round Owl (ow) frown down growl crown Ocean snow glow flown throw

frown, snow, glow, cloud, down, growl, flown, ouch, count, crown, throw, round

Dipthongs: ou, ow
        found ground follow gown shout town aloud plow
       trout pouch frown crowd cowboy mouth shown

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun
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Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

Word Family Word – dime
(online dictionary)

Consonant

Digraphs

Blends

lime mime rime time

chime

crime grime slime

Word Family Word – dime

lime

mime

rime ice

time

chime

crime

grime

slime

Word Family Word – flex
(online dictionary)

Consonant

Digraphs

Blends

hex Rex Tex vex

Chex

flex

Word Family Word – flex

hex
Chex flex

Compare & Contrast & Graphic Organizers
 Remember in The Quilt Story how Abigail used the quilt.  Did the animals in the attic use the quilt in the same ways?  When you compare and contrast things, you tell how they are alike and different.  A graphic organizer helps you organize information. The chart can help you keep track of how things are alike and different.

Daily Fix-It

• the bride wore a white goun. • The bride wore a white gown. • dan rode a bus dontown • Dan rode a bus downtown.

Adjectives that Compare
 An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing.  Add –er to an adjective to compare two persons, places, or things.  Add –est to compare three or more persons, places, or things.

Adjectives that Compare
 The chick is smaller than the hen.  Smaller compares two things—the chick and the hen.  The egg is smallest of the three.  Smallest compares three things— the egg, the chick, and the hen.

Adjectives that Compare
 Lions are faster than zebras.

Adjectives that Compare
 Lions are faster than zebras.  The cheetah is the fastest animal on land.

Adjectives that Compare
 Lions are faster than zebras.  The cheetah is the fastest animal on land.  The blue whale is the longest animal of all.

Adjectives that Compare
 Lions are faster than zebras.  The cheetah is the fastest animal on land.  The blue whale is the longest animal of all.

Adjectives that Compare
 Dolphins are longer than porpoises.

Adjectives that Compare
 Dolphins are longer than porpoises.  A pine tree is taller than an oak tree.

Adjectives that Compare
 Dolphins are longer than porpoises.  A pine tree is taller than an oak tree.  Redwoods are the tallest trees of all.

Adjectives that Compare
 Dolphins are longer than porpoises.  A pine tree is taller than an oak tree.  Redwoods are the tallest trees of all.

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool older

shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool

cooler older

shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool

cooler older

coolest

shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool old

cooler older

coolest

shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool old

cooler older

coolest oldest shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool old short

cooler older

coolest oldest shortest

Adjectives that Compare
Fill in the chart.

One thing

Two things

Three things

cool old short

cooler older shorter

coolest oldest shortest

Wrap Up Your Day!
 Dipthongs ou, ow  Compare and contrast  Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will read a selection about an animal that grows and changes as it gets older—a frog.

Monday Journal Topic

Frogs

Write a paragraph explaining how you would change your bedroom if you could.

Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about tadpoles. Tadpoles grow bigger and stronger until they are frogs. Frogs are the highest jumpers! What else can frogs do?

Frogs

Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about tadpoles. Tadpoles grow bigger and stronger until they are frogs. Frogs are the highest jumpers! What else can frogs do?

Frogs

Today we will learn about:
      Amazing Words Dipthongs: ou, ow Vocabulary Words Suffix –ful Word Structure Adjectives that Compare

Amazing Words

restless
 rest - less  When you feel restless, you are not able to be still, or you want a change.  The baby was restless in her stroller.  He became restless after sitting for two hours.  The man was restless after doing the same job for ten years.

pursue
 pur - sue  When you pursue something, you follow or chase it.  Sharks pursue smaller fish.  The police pursued the bank robbers.  She will pursue her dream of becoming a doctor.

canopy
 can –o –py  A canopy is a covering above something else.  Emily has a green and white canopy over her bed.  There is a kelp canopy floating on the surface of the ocean.

canopy

Read-Aloud

Dipthongs: ou, ow
 powder  You can read this word because you know how to read words with the letters ow.  The letters ow can stand for /ou/ or /o/.  What sound do the letters ow stand for in this word?  loud  What sound do the letters ow stand for in this word?

Dipthongs: ou, ow
 When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds.  Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.  ounce  flower  drowsy

Dipthongs: ou, ow
 outer

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bounce downtown shower grouch towel sprout

Click to listen to “The Tadpoles and the Wise, Old Owl.”

Dipthongs: ou, ow
           owl grouchy around out bounce ground how our now pout sprout

Find the words with ou and ow in “The Tadpoles and the Wise, Old Owl.”

Making Words

o, u, e b, d, h, l, m, n, p, s, t, w

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun
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Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

Word Family Word - foot
(online dictionary)

Consonant

Digraphs

Blends

soot

Word Family Word - foot

soot

Dipthongs: ou, ow
 We can walk around the south part of downtown.  The mouse on the ground did not make a sound.  Put on that crown and the gown with the flower.

Vocabulary Words
pond – a small body of water wonderful – causing wonder or amazement powerful – having power or great strength insects – animals with six legs and a threepart body  crawls – moves slowly on hands and knees  skin – outer covering of the body  shed – to drop or lose    
(next slide)

pond

insects

skin

shed

Other Words to Know
 spawn – to lay eggs  bulges – curves outward  vegetarians – living things that eat only food from plants
(next slide)

spawn

Vocabulary Word Review
     wonderful water powerful eyes insects
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gone crawls break shed behind

Daily Fix-It

 a grey mose ran up the clock  A grey mouse ran up the clock. • did you here that sound. • Did you hear that sound?

Adjectives that Compare
 An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing.  Add –er to an adjective to compare two persons, places, or things.  Add –est to compare three or more persons, places, or things.

Wrap Up Your Day!
 Vocabulary words  Graphic organizers  Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will learn more about how frogs changes as they get older.

Tuesday Journal Topic Write about your favorite animal and tell why it's special.

Frogs

Frogs
Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about Turtle. Her life is not very peaceful. She has to be careful. Being a powerful swimmer helps! What else can turtles do well?

Frogs
Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about Turtle. Her life is not very peaceful. She has to be careful. Being a powerful swimmer helps! What else can turtles do well?

Today you will learn about:
      Amazing words Vowels oo, u Diphthongs ou, ow Suffix –ful Appropriate phrasing Adjectives that compare

Amazing Words

forage
 for - age  Forage means to go from place to place looking for something, usually food.  Bears forage in the woods looking for berries.  Rabbits forage in the vegetable garden.

forage

forepaw
 fore – paw  A forepaw is one of the front feet of an animal with four paws.  The dog scratched at the door with its forepaw.  The cat played with a ball of yarn between its forepaws.

forepaw

Read-Aloud

Vowels oo, u
 foot - put  You can read these words because you know that the vowels oo and u can stand for the sound /u/.

Vowels oo, u
full  pull  push  bush
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book hook hood wood

Vocabulary Words

crawls, insects, pond, powerful, shed, skin, wonderful

 If you have many insects in your yard, is it a good idea to keep frogs in your yard too?  Is a rainbow that appears after a rainstorm wonderful to see?  Does a frog that has shed its tadpole skin and lips still have them?

Vocabulary Words

crawls, insects, pond, powerful, shed, skin, wonderful

 Can you touch a frog’s skin?  Is a pond very dry?  When an animal crawls does it leap quickly through the air?  Does someone with powerful arms have problems lifting a heavy rock?

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun
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Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

Word Family Word - friends
(online dictionary)

Consonant

Digraphs

Blends

bend fend lend mend send tend

blend spend

Word Family Word - friends

bend

fend

lend

blend

mend

send

tend

spend

Suffix - ful
 The suffix –ful means ―full of.‖  harmful – full of harm  helpful – full of help  tearful – full of tears  powerful – full of power  wonderful – full of wonder

Daily Fix-It

• the frog jumped on the grund • The frog jumped on the ground. • did max water the flouers • Did Max water the flowers?

Adjectives that Compare
 An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing.  Add –er to an adjective to compare two persons, places, or things.  Add –est to compare three or more persons, places, or things.

Adjectives that Compare

Add –er or –est to these adjectives that compare to complete these sentences.

 Jumpy the Frog is 3 inches long.  Rib-It the Frog is 5 inches long.  Spotty the Frog is 4 inches long.  Rib-It jumps the ___distance of all three frogs.

Adjectives that Compare

Add –er or –est to these adjectives that compare to complete these sentences.

 Jumpy the Frog is 3 inches long.  Rib-It the Frog is 5 inches long.  Spotty the Frog is 4 inches long.  Rib-It jumps the longest distance of all three frogs.

Adjectives that Compare

Add –er or –est to these adjectives that compare to complete these sentences.

 Jumpy the Frog is 3 inches long.  Rib-It the Frog is 5 inches long.  Spotty the Frog is 4 inches long.  Rib-It jumps the longest distance of all three frogs.  The distance Spotty can jump is ___ than the distance Jumpy can jump.

Adjectives that Compare

Add –er or –est to these adjectives that compare to complete these sentences.

 Jumpy the Frog is 3 inches long.  Rib-It the Frog is 5 inches long.  Spotty the Frog is 4 inches long.  Rib-It jumps the longest distance of all three frogs.  The distance Spotty can jump is longer than the distance Jumpy can jump.

Wrap Up Your Day!
 Compare and contrast  Fluency  Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will read about the life cycle of another kind of animal—a grasshopper.

Wednesday Journal Topic Write a diary entry describing the most wonderful day of their lives.

Frogs

Frogs
Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about how grasshoppers grow and change. Grasshoppers hide their eggs in the ground. What animal would you like to find out about?

Frogs
Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about how grasshoppers grow and change. Grasshoppers hide their eggs in the ground. What animal would you like to find out about?

Today we will learn about:
    Dipthongs: ou, ow Appropriate phrasing Adjectives that compare Give a demonstration

Read-Aloud
Otter on His Own

Frogs
Vocabulary Words pond wonderful powerful insects crawls skin shed Amazing Words  appearance  stage  transform  restless  pursue  canopy  forage  forepaw

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Frogs
High Frequency Words  bear  build  couldn’t  father  love  mother  straight

Sentence Reading
 Father said, ―Put the broken candle on the table.‖  Mother put the baby in the cradle by the trundle bed.  I love to set a good example so I will donate this little bear.  I will build a fence around the tomato plants.  I went straight to my room, but I couldn’t find my paper.
(next slide)

trundle bed

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun
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Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

Word Family Word - fun
(online dictionary)

Consonant

Digraphs

Blends

bun dun gun pun run sun

shun

spun stun

Word Family Word - fun

bun

bun

dun

water gun

run

sun

spun

stun gun

From Egg to Egg
Pages 90-93

Daily Fix-It

•   

jed is tallest than lynn Jed is taller than Lynn. the birds flue soth The birds flew south.

Adjectives that Compare
 An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing.  Add –er to an adjective to compare two persons, places, or things.  Add –est to compare three or more persons, places, or things.

Adjectives that Compare
One thing fast Two things Three things

Adjectives that Compare
One thing fast Two things faster Three things

Adjectives that Compare
One thing fast Two things faster Three things fastest

Speaking & Listening: Giving a Demonstration
 A speaker uses both words and actions to show or explain to others how to do something in a demonstration.  The speaker often uses props to show viewers exactly what must be done in each step of the process.  The speaker should carefully describe the order in which the steps must be completed.

Giving a Demonstration
Speakers Use props. Make eye contact with the listeners. Speak in a logical sequence. Listeners

Giving a Demonstration
Speakers Use props. Make eye contact with the listeners. Speak in a logical sequence. Listeners Sit quietly Face the speaker. Listen to what the speaker says. Note the order in which the steps should be completed.

Wrap UP Your Day!
 Making connections: text to text  Let’s Talk About It  We read a story about another animal that changes as it gets older. Tomorrow we will learn more about the life cycle of animals.

Thursday Journal Topic

Frogs

Write about a child who changes appearance.

Frogs
Friday

Morning Warm-Up
This week we read about turtles, frogs, otters, and grasshoppers. All of these animals change as they grow. What animal changes the most as it grows?

Today we will learn about:
      Dipthongs ou, ow Vocabulary words Amazing words High-frequency words Adjectives that compare Diagrams

Read-Aloud
Otter on His Own

Frogs
Amazing Words  appearance  stage  transform  restless  pursue  canopy  forage  forepaw

Frogs
Word Family Words  dime  flex  foot  friends  fun


      

Spelling Words around crown about south gown mouse sound downtown flower mountain howl boundary ground drowsy pound

Dipthongs ou, ow
 Look at that clown pout and frown!  We put the brown couch in her house.  Our class will walk around downtown.  That cloud over the tower looks like an owl.

Frogs
Vocabulary Words pond wonderful powerful insects crawls skin shed

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Vocabulary Words

crawls, skin, wonderful, insects, powerful, shed, pond

 I am what a snake does when it loses its skin. What am I?  I am another word for strong. What am I?  I am a small body of water. What am I?  I am another word for fantastic. What am I?  I am the way a baby moves on its hands and knees. What am I?  I am another name for bugs. What am I?  I cover the outside of your body. What am I?

Frogs
High Frequency Words  bear  build  couldn’t  father  love  mother  straight

Daily Fix-It

• mom bought a pound of aples • Mom bought a pound of apples.  did bill find the crown.  Did Bill find the crown?

Diagrams
 A diagram is a picture with labeled parts that can provide important information.  Your science and social studies textbooks has many diagrams to help you learn information easily.  Look in your books and find examples of diagrams and explain what they show.

Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About Our Changing World!

Frogs
Friday Journal Topic Write about the stages of an insect or frog.

Frogs
Friday Related Links
National Geographic Trials of a Tadpole

APTPlus Videos
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 Amphibians, Fish, and Reptiles (26:00)  Animal Life Cycles (14:00)  Junior Zoologist: Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles (16:06)  Animal Faces, Animal Places (18:00)  Animal Profiles: Frogs (10:00)  Amphibians: Amazing Animals (22:34)  The Magic School Bus Hops Home (26:12)  Animals Around Us: Amphibians: What Are They? (20:00)

We are now ready to take our story tests.
 Story test
 Classroom webpage,  Student page,  Taking Tests

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