• Reading:
    The Journey: Stories of Migration INFORMATIONAL TEXT
    by Cynthia Rylant
    *Access Student Book 2 start on pg. 200
    Target Vocabulary: survival, migrate, plenty, frightening, accidents, solid, chilly, landscape, thunderous, dramatic
    Vocabulary Strategy: Prefixes in-, im- (meaning "in")
    Phonics Skills: Spelling changes: -s, -es, -ed, -ing (all patterns); less common plurals
    Comprehension Skills: Compare and contrast -- tell how details or ideas are alike and different
    Comprehension Strategy: Visualize -- as you read, use selection details to picture what is happening
    Written Language:
    Using Proper Nouns
    Names for Days, Months, and Holidays:
    There are many kinds of proper nouns. Always begin a proper noun with a capital letter. Begin names of days, months, and holidays with a capital letter.
         ex. We drove 150 miles on Memorial Day.
               From January to March, the birds flew more than 1,000 miles.
    Book Titles:
    Begin the first, last, and each important word in a book title with capital letter. Always underline a book title.
          ex. We read about turtles migrating in Reptiles on the Road.
                    - Reptiles and Road are the first and last words of hte title. The words on and the are not important words in the title.
    Changing final y to i
    Tic-Tac-Toe Menu -- see attachment at bottom of page

    1. cities

    2. cried

    3. puppies

    4. hurried

    5. stories

    6. flies

    7. parties

    8. tried

    9. pennies

    10. fried

    11. carried

    12. babies

    13. spied

    14. ponies

    15. pretty

    16. very

    17. countries

    18. libraries