Science and Social studies: Long o spellings Environmental issues; uses ou and ow Variant sounds of ow of trees Social studies: International signs Science: Plants; growing food. How can we care for the earth? Problem solving Sequencing Study skills Values: We are responsible for taking care of the earth. Social studies: Homes around Long u spellings: Variant sounds of oo the world Geography: World places and Rhyming words climates Science: Homes built by animals; building materials.
What kinds of homes do people and animals build?
Collaborative learning Values: Homes offer shelter and safety. Homes around the world are both similar and unique. What can we do in the town and countryside? Comparing Supporting an opinion with reasons Values: Respecting different opinions and preferences.
A story is a special thing. The ones that I have read, They do not stay inside the books. They stay inside my head. Look at the book cover. Who is the author? What is the title? What is the book about? Find another book in your classroom. Answer the questions again. Books can be fiction or non-fiction.
Some books are fiction. Fiction books tell a story. The stories are not real. Fiction books have characters.
Characters are the people or animals in a story. Look at the book The Snowy Day. Who are the characters? Some books are non-fiction. They give real information. Look at the books on this page. Are they fiction or non-fiction? My name is Miguel. I like reading funny stories about animals. A book about your school Write a book with your class. The title is Welcome to our school.
The chapters could be:. Can you name the vowels?
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Listen and find out. Sing the ABC song again. This time, clap when you sing each vowel. Write a different vowel on each card. Say the short vowel sounds. Listen and look at the pictures. Which vowel do you hear at the beginning of each word? Which vowel sound do you hear in the middle?conspathajac.gq
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Hold up the correct card. Unit 1 Lesson 3 Vocabulary: 1 to 15 Phonics: alphabet song; identifying and blending words with short vowel sounds Talk: spelling dictation. Numbers 1 to 15 Listen and count from 1 to Then listen and point to the numbers from 11 to Count aloud with a partner. Whose backpack?
Look at the picture. These children are on a camping holiday and their backpacks are all mixed up! Which backpack belongs to which child? What has she got in it? What has he got in it? Look at the words below to check your answers. Can you remember? Choose one of the backpacks in Activity 2. Look in the picture at the things inside. Then close your eyes.
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Look at the title of the song. Why do you think a book is like a window? Is the book in the picture a fiction or a non-fiction book? What characters are there? Would you like to read the book? Listen, read and sing. This book is my window From inside my little room Where I dream and wonder why, Books can open up my eyes Like a window to the sky. From inside my little room Where I dream and wonder why. Stories, poems, recipes, Dinosaurs and history.