"Pig in a Wig" by Susan Stevens Crummel



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Weekly Homework Story

Week of ___________________

"Pig in a Wig"
by Susan Stevens Crummel


Student Edition
Unit 1, pp. 34-45

A fantasy is a story that could not really happen. Now you will read about a pig that does things a real pig cannot do.

Pig in a wig is big.

At three pig can mix up food.

She can dip and she can lick.

Lick it up.

At six pig is sad.

She is sick.

Fix that pig!



Take a sip quick!

Max plays the sax.

Pig in a wig did a jig.

She feels good.


Weekly Homework Story


Week of ___________________

"The Big Blue Ox"
by Susan Stevens Crummel


Student Edition
Unit 1, pp. 56-65

An animal fantasy is a make-believe story with animals that act like people. In this Snapshot an ox acts like a person.

Mom and Pop have a big blue ox.

Ox can help.

He can pick and he can dig.

Pigs in wigs in the mud need help.

Ox can get the mop.

He will fix the pigs in wigs.

Ox can take Mom and Pop to town.

Ox can help pack the sack.

Ox can help cook.

He will use big pans.

Mom and Pop nap on Ox.

He is a big help.

Weekly Homework Story


Week of ___________________

"A Fox and a Kit"
by Leya Roberts


Student Edition

Unit 1, pp. 78-87


Nonfiction tells facts about the real world. This Snapshot tells about a fox and her kit at the zoo.

A fox and her baby live at the zoo.

The baby fox is called a kit.

The fox and the kit nap.

The fox and the kit sit up.

The man is fixing dinner.

The fox will eat. The kit will eat.

The fox and kit play.

The kit plays on the rocks.

The fox picks him up and takes him back.

The fox will watch her kit.

The kit will watch his mom.

We watch this kit and fox too!

Weekly Homework Story


Week of ___________________

"Get the Egg!"
by Alyssa Satin Capucilli


Student Edition
Unit 1, pp. 98-107

Realistic fiction is a made-up story that could really happen. This one is about a boy and a girl like you.

Brad saw Kim at the tree.

A big red bird is in its nest.

So are six small eggs.

A big twig hit the nest! It hit an egg!

Get the egg!

Get your net, Brad! You can help.

Get the egg in your net.

You can help too, Kim. Set the egg in the nest.

Kim saw Brad at the tree.

Look, look. The big red bird is in its nest.

So are six small birds!

Weekly Homework Story
Week of ___________________

"Animal Park"
by Judy Nayer


Student Edition
Unit 1, pp. 118-127

This Snapshot uses words to explain about the real world. Use your imagination to "see" the animals.

We are at camp in a big park.

The park is home to many big animals.

What will we see?

We go in a truck.

Zebras run past very fast.

Big cats rest in a tree.

Cubs play with bugs.

Big birds run fast in the grass.

Big hippos sit in the cool mud.

What else?

Big elephants sip and swim in the pond.

We are in luck today. We saw them all.

We go back into camp in the truck.



We are glad we saw the animals.



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