Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 1: Let’s Explore What adventures do you have throughout the day?



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Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 1: Let’s Explore What adventures do you have throughout the day?


Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /H h/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

hot hen hose

house hat him hammer

hippopotamus have help hungry

are that do

Review: you see they

look a of the

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

chores Chores are jobs you do to make your home clean.

tidy – Tidy is another word for neat or clean.

bustle – If you bustle, you do something quickly.

race – When you race someone, you try to finish first.
story – A story tells us about things that happen to people, animals, or things.

hungry – When we are hungry, our body is telling us we need to eat some healthful food.


Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 1: Let’s Explore What adventures do you have throughout the day?

Phonics


Words to Read

Connecting Letter /H h/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

hot hen hose

house hat him hammer

hippopotamus have help hungry

are that do

Review: you see they

look a of the

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

chores Chores are jobs you do to make your home clean.

tidy – Tidy is another word for neat or clean.

bustle – If you bustle, you do something quickly.

race – When you race someone, you try to finish first.
story – A story tells us about things that happen to people, animals, or things.

hungry – When we are hungry, our body is telling us we need to eat some healthful food.



Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 2: Let’s Explore What adventures can you have on a lucky day?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /L l/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

Lin lid leaf

lamp loaf ladybug lake

lemon lap lucky line


Review: are that do

you like to

look a the

with we me

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

piglet – A piglet is a young pig.

fox – A fox is a medium-sized furry animal with a bushy tail and a pointed snout (nose).

lucky – Luck is when good things happen.

filthy – Filthy means “dirty.”

cook – A cook is a person who prepares our meals.

scrubber – A scrubber is someone who cleans something dirty.


Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 2: Let’s Explore What adventures can you have on a lucky day?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /L l/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

Lin lid leaf

lamp loaf ladybug lake


lemon lap lucky line


Review: are that do

you like to

look a the

with we me

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

piglet – A piglet is a young pig.

fox – A fox is a medium-sized furry animal with a bushy tail and a pointed snout (nose).

lucky – Luck is when good things happen.

filthy – Filthy means “dirty.”

cook – A cook is a person who prepares our meals.

scrubber – A scrubber is someone who cleans something dirty.


Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 3: Let’s Explore What adventures can an animal have?

Phonics

Words to Read

Consonant Blends

as in the following words:

flop spin slam

slid plop skip stop

clap drop spot

one two three

four five for the

I you likes to


my do


Vocabulary – Words to Understand

woodland Woodland is another name for a forest or a place with many trees.

nest – A nest is a place some animals build to live in. Nests can be made out of grass, twigs, and/or mud.

vale – Another word for a valley is a vale. A vale is a place where the ground is lower than the hills around it.
hollow – A hollow is another word for an empty spot within something, such as a tree.

comfortable – When you are comfortable, it means that your body is relaxed and not too cold or hot. For example, on a cold night you may cover up with a blanket so you are more comfortable.
shadows – Shadows are made when the light is blocked.



Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 3: Let’s Explore What adventures can an animal have?

Phonics

Words to Read

Consonant Blends

as in the following words:

flop spin slam

slid plop skip stop

clap drop spot

one two three

four five for the


I you likes to

my do


Vocabulary – Words to Understand

woodland Woodland is another name for a forest or a place with many trees.

nest – A nest is a place some animals build to live in. Nests can be made out of grass, twigs, and/or mud.

vale – Another word for a valley is a vale. A vale is a place where the ground is lower than the hills around it.
hollow – A hollow is another word for an empty spot within something, such as a tree.

comfortable – When you are comfortable, it means that your body is relaxed and not too cold or hot. For example, on a cold night you may cover up with a blanket so you are more comfortable.
shadows – Shadows are made when the light is blocked.


Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 4: Let’s Explore What adventures can a little girl have?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /G g/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

goat glove got garden

go girl gate goose

big flag ladybug

one two three

four five for he the

I little of

they my am with


Vocabulary – Words to Understand

bears Bears are large animals. Bears have shaggy fur and small tails. Bears like to eat berries, fish and honey.

porridge – Porridge is another name for hot cereal or oatmeal. Porridge can either be cooked in milk or water.

cottage – A little house in the woods is called a cottage.

big – When something takes up a lot of space, we say it is big.

middle-sized – Middle-sized tells about the size of something that is not too big and not too small.

small – Small means something that is tiny.

Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 4: Let’s Explore What adventures can a little girl have?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /G g/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

goat glove got garden

go girl gate goose

big flag ladybug

one two three

four five for he the

I little of

they my am with


Vocabulary – Words to Understand

bears Bears are large animals. Bears have shaggy fur and small tails. Bears like to eat berries, fish and honey.

porridge – Porridge is another name for hot cereal or oatmeal. Porridge can either be cooked in milk or water.

cottage – A little house in the woods is called a cottage.

big – When something takes up a lot of space, we say it is big.

middle-sized – Middle-sized tells about the size of something that is not too big and not too small.

small – Small means something that is tiny.



Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 5: Let’s Explore What would it be like to take an adventure to the Antarctic?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /E e/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

end elephant Eskimo Ed

red Ben tell sled

ten get pet

here go from a

is she he to

look the have for

little we


Vocabulary – Words to Understand

Antarctica Antarctica is a big area of cold, ice-covered land around the South Pole.

continent – Antarctica is the name of a continent. A continent is a big area of land.

icebergs – Huge chunks of ice that float in the ocean are called icebergs.

penguins – Penguins are sea birds with flippers that live in Antarctica.

seals – Seals are animals that can live on land and in cold ocean waters. They have thick fur, a layer of fat to keep them warm, and whiskers.

whales – Whales are large animals that live in ocean waters. Whales breathe air through holes on the tops of their heads. Whales have flippers and wide, flat tails.


Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 5: Let’s Explore What would it be like to take an adventure to the Antarctic?

Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /E e/ to its Sound


as in the following words:

end elephant Eskimo Ed

red Ben tell sled

ten get pet


here go from a

is she he to

look the have for

little we

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

Antarctica Antarctica is a big area of cold, ice-covered land around the South Pole.

continent – Antarctica is the name of a continent. A continent is a big area of land.

icebergs – Huge chunks of ice that float in the ocean are called icebergs.

penguins – Penguins are sea birds with flippers that live in Antarctica.

seals – Seals are animals that can live on land and in cold ocean waters. They have thick fur, a layer of fat to keep them warm, and whiskers.

whales – Whales are large animals that live in ocean waters. Whales breathe air through holes on the tops of their heads. Whales have flippers and wide, flat tails.

Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 6: Let’s Explore What kinds of adventures can you have in the city?

Phonics


Words to Read

Connecting Letter /E e/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

end elephant Eskimo Ed

red Ben tell sled

ten get pet

here go see a

is to one

look the

we they you

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

Abuela Abuela is the Spanish word for “grandma.”

adventure – When we do something exciting, we call it an adventure.

flock – When birds travel together in a group, the group of birds is called a flock.

city – In a city, many people live and work. Some buildings in the city are very tall, and most buildings are close together.

airport – An airport is a place where airplanes and jets take off and land.

harbor – A harbor is where boats stay in the water to stay safe.

Grade Kindergarten Unit 4/Week 6: Let’s Explore What kinds of adventures can you have in the city?


Phonics

Words to Read

Connecting Letter /E e/ to its Sound

as in the following words:

end elephant Eskimo Ed

red Ben tell sled

ten get pet

here go see a

is to one

look the

we they you

Vocabulary – Words to Understand

Abuela Abuela is the Spanish word for “grandma.”

adventure – When we do something exciting, we call it an adventure.

flock – When birds travel together in a group, the group of birds is called a flock.

city – In a city, many people live and work. Some buildings in the city are very tall, and most buildings are close together.

airport – An airport is a place where airplanes and jets take off and land.

harbor – A harbor is where boats stay in the water to stay safe.






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