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You are your child s first and best teacher! 4 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Here are ways to help your child practice skills while having fun! Have your child read these words: bugle, cable, lumber, middle,
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You are your child s first and best teacher! 4 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Here are ways to help your child practice skills while having fun! Have your child read these words: bugle, cable, lumber, middle, planet, riddle, wrinkle. Ask which words end with the sound made by -le, as in the last syllable of apple. Your child has been learning to draw conclusions. Cut out pictures from a magazine showing people with various facial expressions. Ask your child to guess the feelings of the person in each picture. Discuss how your child drew these conclusions about the pictures. Have your child read these words: clearing, crashed, perfect, pond, spilling, splashing, traveled. Ask your child the meaning of each word. Have your child write these spelling words: able, ankle, apple, bubble, bugle, bundle, cable, giggle, purple, sparkle, tickle, title. Work together to make up story titles with these words. This week your child has been learning about drawing conclusions. Frame a story about losing some object and have your child play detective. Help your child draw conclusions from the facts and evidence you provide. Name This week we re Reading Talking About How familiar things can help us with changes Learning About Final Syllable -le Draw Conclusions 1 Match the Ending Materials index cards with pictures as shown and word written on other side of the card Game Directions 1. Use index cards to make a set of picture cards as shown. On the back of each card, write the word for the picture. 2. Place all the cards in a deck with the pictures face up. 3. Players draw a card from the top of the deck, without turning it over, and say if the word ends in le. Players check the spelling on the back of the card to confirm their answer. 4. If the word ends in le and the player answers correctly, he or she keeps the card. If the word does not end in le, or if the player answers incorrectly, the card is returned to the bottom of the deck. 5. Play continues until no cards with words that have le endings are left. 2 ankle bicycle table pole bowl apple pickle puddle ball rattle icicle hill school sprinkle wheel bubble girl 3 Spot is big. Rover is bigger. Spike is biggest. Circle a word to finish each sentence. 1. I went to the (bigger / biggest) party I ve ever seen. 2. It was for Jack, the (older / oldest) of all the children. 3. I am five years (younger / youngest) than he is. 4. Jack was the (hungrier / hungriest) person at the party. 5. He ate the (larger / largest) piece of cake. Write a word from the box to finish each sentence. busier hottest tallest 6. Today is the day of the year. 7. The swimming pool is than ever. 8. I jumped off the diving board. Home Activity Your child reviewed, identified, and wrote words that end with -er (bigger) and -est (biggest). Name items your child can compare, such as pieces of fruit or items of clothing. Help your child write sentences using words such as larger, largest, smaller, and smallest to compare each group of items. Phonics Comparative Endings Review DVD 177 Read each part of the story. Underline the sentence that tells where the story takes place. Draw a picture of that place. 1. I sat on a lily pad on a pond. Mother told me to pack all my things. We would soon move to our new home! This pond has been my home for many weeks Mom and I hopped across the meadow. The meadow is so big! I can t wait to get to our new pond! Mom said there are lots of young frogs there, just like me! Write a sentence that tells about the character in this story. Draw a picture of the character Home Activity Your child identified the setting and described a character in a story. Select several photos of animal habitats. Together with your child, describe what can be seen of the different settings in the pictures. DVD 178 Comprehension Character and Setting Review Final Syllable -le Generalization The syllable pattern in the final syllable of apple is often spelled -le. Sort the list words by whether or not you know how to spell them. Write every word. words I know how to spell Words to Read words I m learning to spell Spelling Words 1. ankle 2. title 3. apple 4. cable 5. purple 6. able 7. bugle 8. bundle 9. bubble 10. giggle 11. sparkle 12. tickle Words to Read 13. you re 14. only Home Activity Your child is learning to spell words that end in -le. To practice at home, have your child read the words in both lists. Have them spell the words they are learning to spell. Then have them spell all of the list words. Spelling Final Syllable -Ie DVD 179 Final Syllable -le Spelling Words ankle title apple cable purple able bugle bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle Read a clue and write the list word. When you have written all six words, the answer to the riddle will appear in the boxes. I go out each day, but never leave my home. What am I? 1. above the foot 2. shine 3. package 4. a kind of fruit 5. name of a book 6. skillful Cross out all of these letters: s, w, a, m, p. Write a list word by copying the letters that are left. 7. s t i a c w k l p e 8. a g i p g g s s l e 9. m b u a g p l m e 10. b u b w b m l e p Home Activity Your child has been learning to spell words that end with -le. Give clues about a list word. Ask your child to guess and spell the word. DVD 180 Spelling Final Syllable -Ie Adjectives and Our Senses Write the names of two places you like. Use an adjective to tell how each place looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. A Place I Like Adjective Choose one place you like. Tell about it. Write an adjective that tells how it looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells in each sentence. Use the words in the box for ideas. quiet noisy wonderful pretty cold hard soft sour smooth salty Home Activity Your child learned how to use adjectives that appeal to the senses in writing. Ask your child to circle the adjectives he or she used on this page. Talk about whether the adjective tells how a thing looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. Conventions Adjectives and Our Senses DVD 181 Adjectives and Our Senses Choose an adjective in ( ) that makes sense in the sentence. Underline the adjective. 1. The (sticky, noisy) otters moved in. 2. The (loud, mean) splashing bothered Frog. 3. The (sweet, squawking) blue jays made Frog mad. Choose the adjective from the box that makes sense in the sentence. Write the adjective. sharp blue tall 4. Lightning hit the tree. 5. The needle fell in the pond. 6. The pond got dirty. Home Activity Your child reviewed adjectives that appeal to the senses. Use the words huge, loud, sweet, smooth, and fresh. Take turns describing things using the words. DVD 182 Conventions Adjectives and Our Senses
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