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					    Big Bushy Mustache
                    Day 1




   Created By:
Melissa Castañeda
    Question of the Day
Who is someone that you look up to?

   I admire _________ because
            _________.
Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge

      city     circle
     mice      place
     giant     gentle
    bridge     page
Spelling Words
    slice          dodge
     city           huge
    nice           space
    gem             price
    cage           fudge
Challenge Words:   gymnast
   fireplace       celebrate
     gentle         central
Fiction and Nonfiction

   Fiction   Nonfiction
Listening Comprehension

    Fiction   Nonfiction
           Grammar
*The butterflies landed on their parents’
                 garage.
        *the girls’ lunch boxes
         *the women’s clothes
    Big Bushy Mustache
                    Day 2




   Created By:
Melissa Castañeda
     Question of the Day
Are two people ever exactly the same?
              Tell why.
   Two people _________ be alike
       because _________.
High-Frequency Words

   favorite   enjoy

    board     popular
Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge
           nice
  Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge

 *The sign said the price for the gem is $500!
  *You have to dodge many people when you
              walk in a busy city.
*Amanda poured hot fudge on a huge scoop of
                  ice cream.
High-Frequency Words
   above   shoes
   tough    wash
    wear   woman
   young
Genre Study
Characters               Setting


             Beginning



              Middle



               End
          Grammar
*The teachers students put on a play.
  *The girls costumes were green.
    *Marco used the boys bats.
   *Kitty watched the mices tails.
       *My parents car is red.
    Big Bushy Mustache
                    Day 3




   Created By:
Melissa Castañeda
    Question of the Day
In what ways can people be alike? In
   what ways is everyone special?
  I am unlike anyone else because
             _________.
High-Frequency Words
    wear    tough
   woman   young
    wash   above
   shoes
Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge

  -ice   -ace -age -uge -udge
High-Frequency Words
   above   shoes
   tough    wash
    wear   woman
   young
Fiction and Nonfiction

   Fiction   Nonfiction
             Grammar
     *The girl’s mouse ate the cheese.
      *The girls’ mice ate the cheese.
     *Mr. Patrick’s mustache is brown.
     *The hamsters’ cage was messy.
*This mouse’s baby looks like all the mice’s
                   babies.
    Big Bushy Mustache
                    Day 4




   Created By:
Melissa Castañeda
    Question of the Day
What are some things you do at home
 before you leave for school each
             morning?
    In the morning I _________.
High-Frequency Words
    wear    tough
   woman   young
    wash   above
   shoes
 Inflections -ed, -ing

 hop


stopped   chatted    grabbed
hugging   skidding   popping
Consonants /s/c; /j/g, dge

     lodge     twice
     them       pity
     hug        face
     page      judge
High-Frequency Words
    wear    tough
   woman   young
    wash   above
   shoes
Fiction and Nonfiction

   Fiction   Nonfiction
         Grammar

 *Jorge likes to watch the mices’
          whiskers move.
*The three cat’s kittens are cute.
*All of that girl’s dresses are red.
    Big Bushy Mustache
                    Day 5




   Created By:
Melissa Castañeda
   Question of the Day
   What is good advice to give to
 someone leaving for school in the
         morning? Why?
In the morning you should _______.
High-Frequency Words
    wear    tough
   woman   young
    wash   above
   shoes
Inflections -ed, -ing
 grab, pop, clean, park
Double the Final   Do Not Double the
  Consonant         Final Consonant
  High-Frequency Words
  board, cook, enjoy, expensive, favorite,
imagine, popular, year, above, shoes, tough,
        wash, wear, woman, young

     1 Syllable 2 Syllables 3 Syllables
Fiction and Nonfiction

Characters   Setting   Dialogue
Robust Vocabulary

 Word   Meaning   Examples
      Grammar

   *the three sister’s coats
*the soccer players’s coach
 *the childrens’ lunchboxes

				
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