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AMAZING BIRD NESTS

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Transcript of AMAZING BIRD NESTS

AMAZING BIRD NESTS
DAY 1
How have plants and animals
adapted to solve problems?
DAY 2
DAY 3
How have plants and animals
adapted to solve problems?
DAY 4
How have plants and animals
adapted to solve problems?
How have plants and animals adapted to solve problems?
What problems might animals face
in the desert?
In the ocean?
In winter?
In what ways can plants and animals
change over millions of years?
Let's talk about
334 - 335
What adaptations do fish have?
What kind of home the bear have?
How do plants and animals
adapt to solve problems?
AMAZING WORDS
disguise
vital
burrow
dormant
extreme
spine
moisture
evaporate
concoction
nutrient
"Brrrr. . . It's cold outside"
Consonant Digraphs
I Can Read!
336- 337
RW 153
chimp
ring
phone
shape
ship
thumb
think
graph
rush
bath
champ
song
Decodable Reader
"Champs!"
Skill - Strategy
MAIN IDEA AND DETAIL

TEXT STRUCTURE
338- 339
RW 154
Spelling
How do animals use disguise to adapt
in their environment?
Why does some animals
dig a burrow or go dormant
in winter?
Why is it vital for plants and animals
to respond to changes in their environment?
Phonics
chapter
string
wish
thumbtack
singing
coach
myth
phoned
The king gave a speech about the challenge
Its teeth were smooth and shiny.
She phoned to see if the ship was on time.
Vocabulary
UNFAMILIAR WORDS
CONTEXT CLUES - Look at the words around to find the meaning.
bill
goo
hunters
material
platform
tons
twigs
Home tweet Home
340- 341
AMAZING BIRD NESTS
EXPOSITORY TEXT - Facts and information
Why do birds build nests?
Where do they build their nests?
What materials do birds use in their nests?
What problems might birds face?
342
PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUNS
When a plural nouns ends in -s, -es, or -ies add an
apostrophe to form the possessive.
birds
birds'
To make plural nouns that do not end in -s, -es, or -ies possessive, add an apostrophe and -s: 's
women
women's
Writing - Directions
Write directions for something you know how to do well.
General Ideas
Specific topics
cooking
playing games
making art
making pancakes
playing dominos
making a collage
RW. 159
Why could building a weaver bird's
nest be called an extreme job?
Would a spine make a good material for a nest?

PHONICS
ch
sh
ph
th
ng
chimp
champ
shape
ship
rush
phone
graph
thumb
think
bath
ring
song
one second per word
perch wishbone phrase peaches string math
Why is moisture vital to the survival of plants and animals?
What might happen to a plant or an animal in a place where moisture evaporates quickly?
PHONICS - Review
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