The Daily 5 Checklist
Name:

Week of March 18

Types of Non-fiction

  • Narrative
  • Expository
40 pages in a chapter book equals 1 book for "hats off to reading" in March.

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:

Pages Read:

Genre: NF

‍Book:

‍Pages Read:

Word Sort w/

Mrs. Hirsch and

Sentences

2 New vocabulary finds

Reading Response on Wiki

Tuesday

Book:

Pages Read:

Genre: NF

Book:

Pages Read:

Word Sort on

wiki

2 New vocabulary finds

Wednesday

‍Book:

‍Pages Read:

Genre: NF

‍Book:

‍Pages Read:

Blind Sort



Thursday

‍Book:

‍Pages Read:

Genre: NF

Book:

Pages Read:




Friday

Book:

Pages Read:

Genre: NF

Book:
Pages Read:
Word Sort/Test
Word Work Due

Reading Response Due


Word
Chapter and
Page Number
Sentence used from the book
Definition
battle
end cover
The bully battle begins.
war

bully
end cover
The bully battle begins.
a person who hurts kids

begins
end cover
The bully battle begins.
starts

gigantic
front cover
Suddenly, a gigantic pair of robotic pants apeared from out of nowhere.
big



























Readers Response:
Please read an expository non-fiction piece and ask yourself these questions
How?
I wonder?
Why?
Please be detailed when you explain your thinking.


Word Sorts

Date:

Word Sort/Written Sort



VCV
VCV
VCCV
VCCV
Oddball
Guide Words
super
open
supper
kitten


diner

dinner
letter


later

letter



paper

penny



tiny

summer



tiger

rabbit



busy

hello



over

lesson



ruler

happy



crazy

pretty



even

puppy





Guide
Words


































































Sentences: 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.I have a long, brown, thin ruler.
2.I have a peice of white crisp paper.
3.I am very, very, very, very crazy!
4.I am very, very, very, very busy!
5.Do you have a little brown puppy?
6.Do you have a little white rabbit?
7.I want to eat at a diner!
8.I want to eat dinner right now!
9. I am super, super, super, super strong.
10.I have a very little cute kitten.


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