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Due:

Big Reading Question:

In the story The Three Little Pigs, which pig made the best choice and how do you know?

Vocabulary Words:

blazing: hot and shining brightly

chimney: a hollow passage through which smoke escapes from a building

huff: to blow air or breathe in and out heavily

plot: the events of a story

puff: to make a sudden gust of smoke, air, breath, or wind

Fundations Practice:

Have your child recite the letter-keyword-letter sound for each letter using the attached Fundation card images. (This page is also available behind the Homework Resources tab in your child’s INDIAN Notebook.)   

d-dog-/d/               s-snake-/s/

a-apple-/a/            g-game-/g/           

i-itch-/i/                n-nut-/n/              

m-man-/m/             t-top-/t/

Rhyming practice:  Say 3 rhyming words and have your child say another word that rhymes.

big, wig, jig, ______        take, make, fake, ______

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will use time order words to sequence the story of The Three Little Pigs.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Remind your child to point to each word as they read.

Practice writing the letters d and u.  Have your child tell you the sound each letter makes.

Read sight words:  I, a, can, the, like, see, and, to, at, saw, want, is

Due:

Big Reading Question:

What is the problem in the story Three Billy Goats Gruff, and how was it solved?

Vocabulary Words:

creaked: made a low, squeaking sound

gobble: to eat something quickly and in a greedy way

longed: had an earnest, heartfelt desire for something

scarcely: only just barely; by a small amount

setting: where a story takes place

Fundations Practice:

Have your child recite the letter-keyword-letter sound for each letter using the attached Fundation card images. (This page is also available behind the Homework Resources tab in your child’s INDIAN Notebook.)  

d-dog-/d/                  s-snake-/s/

a-apple-/a/                g-game-/g/               

c-cat-/c/                   o-octopus-/o/           

f-fun-/f/                   b-bat-/b/

Syllable practice: Have your child tell how many syllables are in each of these words:

bubble      salamander    backpack    bug

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw to show the problem in the story Three Billy Goats Gruff and how the problem was solved.  Students will label pictures.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Remind your child to point to each word as they read.

Have your child practice writing their name. 

Read sight words:  I, a, can, the, like, see, and, to, at, saw, want, is

Due:

Big Reading Question:

How did the wolf and the kids become friends in the story The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids?

Vocabulary Words:

bleated: made the sound or cry of a goat or sheep

disguise: make oneself look like someone or something else

kids: young goats

miller: one who works in, operates, or owns a mill-a building where grain is ground into flour

terrified: deeply afraid

Fundations Practice:

Have your child recite the letter-keyword-letter sound for each letter using the attached Fundation card images. (This page is also available behind the Homework Resources tab in your child’s INDIAN Notebook.)  

d-dog-/d/               s-snake-/s/

a-apple-/a/            g-game-/g/            i-itch-/i/    

t-top-/t/                n-nut-/n/              m-man-/m/

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will use picture cards to sequence and retell the story The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Ask them to look for sight words as you point and read the words.

Have your child practice writing their name.

Read sight words:  I, a, can, the, like, see, and, to, at, saw, want, is, want, is