Reading Groups for January 28th-February 1st



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Reading Groups for January 28th-February 1st

Group

Book

Comprehension Questions


Blue

“Speedy Bee”

-Where do bees find their food?

-Do you think the brighter flowers are, the more attracted bees are to the flowers?

Purple

“Max Goes Fishing”

-Why do you think Max was sad that only little fish were biting his line?

-Why do you think Max likes going fishing with his Grandpa?

Green

“The Nest on the Beach”

-Why do you think the bird didn’t want Meg and Grandma to know where it’s nest was?

-Why do you think the bird liked the fence around it’s nest?

Orange


“Look Out!”

-Why were the little girls afraid to go play by the trees?

-How do you think the big girls felt when they scared Miss Bell instead of the little girls?

Pink

“Can You See an Insect?”

-What kind of insects can you think of that you have seen?

-Why do you think insects want to blend in with their surroundings?

Group

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday


Blue
Rigby:

http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_yell_bee.pdf

http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_yell_waves.pdf

book: “Speedy Bee”

lesson: use the plan from rigby website to do a book walk (talk about fl and gr sounds, ending sounds y and exclamation marks)

book:

“Speedy Bee”

lesson: read through the book together using the lesson from rigby website


book: “Sam and the waves”

lesson: preface the book by showing students a picture of a wave and having them write 2 sentences about it. Work on writing skills.

book: “Sam and the waves”

lesson: read through the book with them after doing a book walk (introduce opposites in the book: big; little, up;down)

book: “Sam and the waves”

lesson: read through the book again and focus on the story from the section on rigby lesson plan.

Purple
Rigby:

http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_yell_fishing.pdf

book: “Max goes fishing”

lesson: use the plan from rigby website to do a book walk (talk about each page and what the students think will happen)

book: “Max goes fishing”

lesson: read through the story again and focus on “sh” words and sounds, also talk about the comma and it’s purpose

lesson: work on writing by asking students to pick a popcorn word and write a sentence or two using that word.

book: “Little Bulldozer”

lesson: have the students do a book walk and start reading through the book, introduce opposite words big;little *make sure to explain “engine”

book: “Little Bulldozer”


lesson: have students read through the book again


Green
Rigby:

http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_green_beach.pdf
http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_green_forest.pdf

book: “The nest on the beach”

lesson: discuss the book and do a book walk focusing on the points from the rigby lesson

book: “The nest on the beach”

lesson: read through the book again, focus on reading clearly and not like a robot

lesson: work on writing by asking students to write an answer to this question “why do you think the bird didn’t want Grandma and Meg to know where it’s nest was?”

book: “The fawn in the forrest”

lesson: discuss the book by doing a book walk and focus on the points from the rigby lesson

book: “The fawn in the forest”

lesson: read through the book again and identify words with different blends (pl, st and gr) (examples on rigby lesson page)

Orange
Rigby:

http://rigby.hmhco.com/HA/correlations/pdf/p/pmp_orange_dove.pdf

book: “Look Out!”

lesson: do a book walk and talk about exclamation marks, predictions for the story and what they think the story could be about, start reading the book (most likely will get half way done)


book: “Look Out!”

lesson: finish reading the book and talk about how the girls probably felt and if the students have ever had this happen to them

lesson: work on writing by asking students to pick two popcorn words and write a sentence or two using those words.

book: “The Ant and the Dove”

lesson: do a book walk and discuss who Aesop is and what fables are then have students start reading the book, focusing on the points from the rigby lesson

book: “The Ant and the Dove”

lesson: have students continue to read the book still focusing on the points from the rigby lesson

Pink

book: “Can You See an Insect?”

lesson: discuss the difference between informational text and fiction text, then do a book walk and ask the students to decide what kind of book this is, start reading if there is time

book: “Can You See an Insect?”

lesson: read through the story again and discuss the different kinds of insects in the book, review question marks and question words since there are a lot of questions in the book

lesson: work on writing by asking students to pick 2 popcorn words and write a sentence or two using those words.


book: “Mr. Bumbleticker Goes to the Zoo”

lesson: have students do a book walk, then read the first three chapters of the book

book: “Mr. Bumbleticker Goes to the Zoo”

lesson: have students discuss what happened in the first three chapters and then read the last two chapters






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