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Rosa And Blanca Reading Street U3W4

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Rosa And Blanca
Unit 3 Week 4
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Realistic Fiction tells about
made-up events that could
happen in real life.

Question of the Week:

When does a creative idea
lead to a surprise?

By Joe Hayes

This week we will read about
Rosa and Blanca, two sisters
with a clever idea.

ROsa and blanca
Vowel Patterns i, ie, igh, y

CCSS RF 2.3a
Distinguish long and short vowels when
reading regularly spelled one-syllable words.

CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences for
common vowel teams.

h
i

p
ie
l
igh
t
fl
y

t
ie

ch
i
ld
h
igh
way
sk
y

sp
i
der
n
igh
t
cr
y

spelling words

CCSS RF 2.3a
Distinguish between long and short vowels
when reading regularly spelled one-syllable
words.

CCSS RF 2.3b
Know spelling-sound correspondences for
common vowel teams.


find sky bright their
child fly right buy
wild cry flight
spider myself
blind

vocabulary words

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

alone
by yourself; without
other people
buy
to get something by
paying for it
daughters
children that are girls
half
one of two parts of a whole
thing that are the same
many
a lot; a large number
their
belonging to them
youngest
the last one born
amazing words

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

abundant
plenty; more than
enough
assist
to help someone
generous
unselfish and shares with
other people
dismay
a feeling of deep
disappointment
efficient
to get things done without
wasting time or materials
beam
smile in a very happy way
forever
always; never-ending
situation
a happening or a condition
sequence

CCSS RL 2.5
Describe the overall structure of a
story, including describing how the
beginning introduces the story and
the ending concludes the action.


Events in a story happen in a
certain order called
sequence
.
Good readers pay attention to
the
sequence
because it helps
them understand the story.
Good readers pay attention to
what happens first, next, and
last. Authors may use clue
words such as first, next, then,
last to help readers figure out
the
sequence
.

more about verbs

CCSS L 2.1
Demonstrate command of the conventions
of standard English grammar and usage
when writing or speaking.

CCSS L 2.1d
Form and use the past tense of frequently
occurring irregular verbs (e.g. sat, hid, told)


A
verb
may have an
ending
or the
word
will
to tell when action is
happening.

Sue walk
s
to the store.
present
Sue walk
ed
to the store.
past
Sue
will
walk to the store.
future



Sometimes a
verb
changes spelling
instead of having the ending -ed to
show past tense.


see
--
saw

make
--
made

take
--
took

give
--
gave

sit
--
sat

tell
--
told

hide
--
hid
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