Big Reading Question:
In the story The Three Little Pigs, which pig made the best choice and how do you know?
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
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.)
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.
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