The Daily 5 Checklist
Name:

Week of: Nov.5
Character traits- showing what the character(s) is doing!

Read to Self
Partner Read
Word Work
Reading Response

About 30 min.
About 15-20 min
About 15 min
About 15 min
Monday
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Book:
Pages Read:
Word Sort

Tuesday

Book: None

Time

Pages Read:

Book: None

Pages Read:

None
None
Wednesday
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Book:
Pages Read:

Blind Sort

Visualization 2 stickies
Thursday
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Book:
Pages Read:
Speed Sort
Visualization 2 stickies
Friday
Book:
Time:
Pages Read:
Book:
Pages Read:
Test
Visualization 2 stickies

Readers Response Stragegy:

Visualization

Word Sorts

Date:

Word Sort/Written Sort

Headings:
a CVC
A CVCe
AI CVVC
AY CVV
Oddball
Guide
Words
glass
trade
nail
day


they
taste
raise
play


past
slave
grain
may


stand
shape
aid
gray



brave

clay





stay





pray


























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.peole that fight in wars are brave.
2.people stand tall for there country.
3.When you cut yourself you go to a first aid kit
4.Some grandmas raise there grand children.
5.May is a butifull month in the year.
6.You don't gain annything when you wine.
7.Forget about the past and look into the future.
8.I love to play at recess.
9.People used to have slaves.
10.Fishemen used to pray to posiden so they could catch alot of fish.


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

i CVCe
igh VCC
i CVC
y=i CV
oddball
white
sight
quit
shy

quite
right
quick
cry

twice
high

why

live
sigh

fly

fine
night

try

quite
might

sky

write
fight




bright











Speed Sort
My partner was : .
Trial #1.
minutes
_seconds
Trial #2.
minutes
_seconds
Trial #3.
minutes
_seconds