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Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night Reading Street U1W3

Reading Street Unit 1 Week 3
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Cheryl Jacobs

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night Reading Street U1W3

Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night
by Cynthia Rylant
Unit 1 Week 3
Question
of the Week:
What can we
discover by
exploring
nature?
Vocabulary Words
bear
a forest animal
build
put together; make
couldn't
could not
father
dad
love
to care a lot
mother
mom
straight
in a line
Amazing Words
galaxy
very large group of stars
tranquil
very calm and peaceful
wildlife
animals that live wild outdoors
and plants that grow wild
outdoors
fledglings
young birds that have
just grown the feathers
they need to fly
secure
firmly fastened;
steady or strong
detective
a person who tries to
solve a mystery or
figure out a problem
fascinating
very interesting
slimy
slippery and sticky
Spelling Words:

stop strap
nest hand
brave ask
clip stream
mask twin
breeze state

build couldn't
Predicates
The predicate of a sentence
tells what the subject of the
sentence does or is.

The children is the subject. What did
the children do?

The children
skipped on the playground.


Text-Based
Comprehension


Character and Setting:

Characters are the people or animals in the story.

The setting is the place and time of the story. It is where and when the story takes place. There can be more than one setting in a story.

Story Structure:

The story structure is the arrangement of a story from the beginning to the middle to the end.





Realistic fiction tells about made-up events that could happen in real life.
Phonics:
Consonant Blends

When two or more consonants
come together in a word or
syllable, blend them together
closely to read the word.
spl
ash


str
awberry



pl
ant


st
ate


br
ave


ma
sk


ha
nd


cl
ip


tw
in


bl
imp


sl
ip


fr
iend



te
nt


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