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A Froggy Fable Reading Street U4W1

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A Froggy Fable
Unit 4 Week 1
by John Lechner

Genre: Fable

A fable is a story that teaches a
lesson.


Question of the Week:

How can familiar things help us
with changes?


This week we will read a
story about a frog who
learns a lesson.

Final consonant -le

CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics and
word analysis skills in decoding words.

CCSS RF 2.3c
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable
words with long vowels.


If a word ends in a
consonant + le
, those
three letters usually make up the last
syllable of the word.


Candle ends with the consonant
d + le
.
The letters
dle
form the last syllable of
the word. The letters
can
form the
first syllable.


Title ends in the spelling pattern
consonant + le
.
The last syllable is
tle
. The letters
ti
form the
first syllable. Since the first syllable ends with a
vowel, it has a long sound.

puzzle


puz
/

zle

table


ta
/
ble

bubble


bub
/

ble

apple


ap
/

ple

turtle


tur

/

tle

ladle


la
/

dle

steeple


stee
/

ple

ankle

an
/

kle

puddle


pud
/

dle

bugle


bu

/

gle

staple


sta

/

ple

little


lit

/

tle

bridle


bri

/

dle

bottle


bot

/

tle

people


peo

/

ple

purple


pur

/

ple

tickle


tic

/

kle

bundle


bun

/

dle

handle


han

/

dle

startle


star

/

tle

tumble


tum

/

ble

fable

fa

/

ble

wiggle


wig

/

gle

castle


cas

/

tle

beetle


bee

/

tle

cattle


cat

/

tle

saddle


sad

/

dle

kettle


ket

/

tle

stable


sta

/

ble

spelling words

CCSS RF 2.3
Know and apply grade-level phonics
and word analysis skills in decoding
words.

CCSS RF 2.3c
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable
words with long vowels.



ankle title apple
cable purple able
bugle bundle bubble
giggle sparkle tickle

you're only

vocabulary words

CCSS RF 2.3f
Recognize and read grade-appropriate
spelled words.

clearing

piece of land that has
no trees
crashed
fell with a loud
smashing noise

perfect
as good as is possible
pond
water with land all around it;
a small lake
spilling
scattering everywhere
splashing
making water scatter and fall
in drops
traveled
went from one place to
another
Amazing words

CCSS L 2.6
Use words and phrases acquired through
conversations, reading and being read to,
and responding to texts.

preserve
keep something safe from harm
so it won't be ruined
represent
to stand for something
valuable
worth something;
important to you
tough
very difficult
concentration
thinking hard about something without
being distracted by other things
frown
wrinkle your forehead and draw your eyebrows
together because you are worried, angry, or
thinking
homeland
the country where you were born or
the country where you live
patient
wait for something to happen without
complaining or getting upset
draw conclusions

CCSS RL 2.1
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where,
when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding
of key details in text.

CCSS RL 2.3
Describe how characters in a story respond to major
events and challenges.

CCSS RL 2.7
Use information gained from the illustrations and
words in a print or digital text to demonstrate
understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.


When we
draw conclusions
, we use what we
already know and the details in the text to
figure out more about the characters and the
events. Good readers ask themselves if what
they are
concluding
about the characters,
events, and author's point makes sense.

adjectives and our senses

CCSS L 2.1e
Use adjectives and adverbs, and choose
between them depending on what is to
be modified.



An
adjective
is a word that describes a
person
,

place
,
animal
, or
thing
.
Adjectives
can
describe the way something
looks
,
sounds
,

smells
,
feels
, or
tastes
.

The frog saw a
small

caterpillar
.


Small
describes the way the
caterpillar

looks
.
The
loud

birds
were in the nest.


Loud
describes the way the
birds

sound
.
The
fruity

perfume
was pretty.


Fruity
describes the way the
perfume

smells
.
The
rough

wood
gave me a splinter.


Rough
describes the way the
wood

feels
.
I made a face when I ate the
sour

candy
.


Sour
describes the way the
candy

tastes
.
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