The Daily 5 Checklist
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Week of Feb. 04

Types of Non-fiction

  • Narrative
  • Expository


Class Genre
Reading
Read to Self
Word
Work

‍Vocabulary

‍Finds

Reading Response

About 20 min.
About 15-20 min
About 15-20 min

As you Read
About 15 min
Monday
Book:Princess Diana
Time:20
Pages Read:10
Genre:Narritve NF

‍Book:Orange Street

‍Pages Read:7

Word Sort w/
Mrs. Hirsch

Pike
Layout
Grips
Spanish
Tuesday
Book:Gymnastics Skills
Time:20
Pages Read:7
Genre:Exspostitory NF
Book:Orange Street
Pages Read:7
Word Sort on
wiki

Full Twist
Spotter
Lunge
2 Stickies
for vocab & 2 for non-fiction
Wednesday

‍Book:Return to Titanic

‍Time:20

‍Pages Read:6

Genre:Exspostitory NF

‍Book:There's an Owl in the Shower

‍Pages Read:25

Sentences


2 Stickies
for vocab & 2 for non-fiction
Thursday

‍Book:Return to Titanic

‍Time:20

‍Pages Read:7

Genre:Exspostitory NF
Book:Orange Street
Pages Read:7
Blind Sort


2 Stickies
for vocab & 2 for non-fiction
Friday
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Genre: NF
Book:
Pages Read:
Word Sort/Test
Word Work Due


Sticky Notes due

Weekly Vocabulary List

Name of Read to Self Book:Gymnastics Skills

Author:Jen Jones
Chapter and
Page Number
Word
Prediction of
the Word
Sentence used from the book
Definition
Chap.2 pg.15
Pike
a position
In pike position, your legs and arms are held straight in front of you and your toes are pointed.
A position in gymnastics
Chap.2 pg.15
Layout
Stand up
In a layout, your arms are raised above your head so that your body looks like it's in a straight line.
An ending position
Pg.30
grips
hands get tight
Pieces of leather that gymnasts wear like gloves to protect the palms of hands.
The power of gripping
Pg.29
Full Twist
You do a twist straight up.
Twist and shout as your body twists and turns in this corkscrew-style skill.
Front or back dive.
Pg.30
spotter
Professional gymnasts
A trained professional that watches and helps gymnasts for safety reasons.
A person employed to remove spots.
Pg.14
lunge
Standing Position
A lunge is a standing position.
A sudden forward thrust.















Readers Response:


Word Sorts

Date:Febuary-05-2013

Word Sort/Written Sort

Headings:
fe>ves
vowel change
no change

Oddball
Guide
Words
wife
wives
foot
feet
sheep



wolf
tooth
deer



wolves
teeth




knife
women




knives
woman




loaf
mouse




loaves
mice




leaf
goose




leaves
geese




life





lives





Sentences: None this week- conferences
Spelling Sort Sentences Write 10 well constructed sentences showing the meaning of the words. Underline the word from your sort. Each sentence needs to be at least 7 words long. Spelling, punctuation, and capitalization counts! Write at least 2 declarative (statements), 2 exclamatory (exclamation), 2 interrogative (questions) and 2 imperative (commands).

1.There's a mouse in my house!
2.Do cat's really have 9 lives?
3.Geese are weird looking.
4.I want a loaf of bread.
5.Wolves are so scary!
6.Why do leaves change color in the Fall?
7.My dad and I see lot's of deer in our backyard.
8.I have a loose tooth!
9.I like to go to farms and see the sheep.
10.I have 2 feet.


Blind Sort
My partner was Cheyenne.
Here is how I sorted my words:



fe>ves
vowel change
no change



wife
wives
foot
feet
sheep



lives
tooth
deer



leaves
goose




life
women




leaf
geese




loaves
woman




loaf
mice




knives
teeth




knife





wolves





wolf