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A “If you find something, it is yours.” A

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C tell what squirrels eat C D show how big acorns are D

2. What will the brothers probably  2. What will the brothers probably   do do next time? next time?

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picture of, what they are visualize, or create a mental them This strategy helps students nouns, and verbs to help identify good adjectives, their mental images reading. Students learn to Students also learn to adjust “see” the details in a passage.

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Daily Reading Comprehension Teacher’s Edition

Visualization

DAY 4

  Visualize the work the kids do.

READ THE PASSAGE

a skunk made his eyes water. Fabio walked behind the others. He wished he were at home. Then a boy named Cody started talking to Fabio. It turned out that they

The flashlight’s beam lights up a frightened face. Small hands grab the fuzzy

liked playing the same games. They made a deal to try out for the camp softball

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creature. Then it is stowed in a box. Children work through the night to capture

team. Fabio thought the next day at camp would be fun.

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STRATEGY PRACTICE

SKILL PRACTICE

A Fabio does not enjoy his first day

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B Fabio goes to camp. C Fabio is bitten by a fish.

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seabirds are ready to leave their nests. They know to head toward the ocean. Lights from the night sky reflect on the sea. Most of the birds go toward those

 3. Which detail shows that camp was not  was not fun for Fabio?

lights. But some babies fly toward the lights of the town. They crash-land in yards, parking lots, and streets.

A Cody talks to Fabio.

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B Cody and Fabio like the same games.

morning, they carry their boxes of puffins to the sea. The kids toss the birds high

C Twigs scratch Fabio’s legs.

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D Fabio will try out for softball.

are safe at home.

 4. What happens because Cody talks  alks  to Fabio?

STRATEGY PRACTICE

A Fabio wants to go home. B Fabio will be on Cody’s softball team. C Fabio no longer hates camp.

SKILL PRACTICE

  With a partner, act out the finding and saving of baby puffins.

  Read each question. Fill in the bubble next to the correct answer.

 1. Which one would be a good title  for the passage?

D Fabio will not have to swim

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D Fabio tries out for softball.

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The kids live on an island off the coast of Iceland. In the spring, puffins roost on the island’s cliffs. Each female lays one egg. By the middle of August, the baby

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  Look back at the story. Circle four describing words that helped you picture Fabio at camp.

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Grades 1–6+ • Address the varied reading levels in your classroom! Each unit in Nonfiction Reading Practice presents three articles on the same topic, but at three levels of difficulty, making it easy for you to differentiate instruction. The 20 units in each title cover content-area topics in social studies, science, health and safety, math, and the arts. And follow-up comprehension and vocabulary activities make it a great resource for test-prep. 176 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/nfread

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Reading Assessment Tasks

Phonics and Word Recognition

Uses Diphthong Spelling Patterns: oi, oy, ou, ow

Grades PreK–2 • Assess your students’ reading skills the quick and easy way! Colorful task cards, sorting mats, and reproducible activities engage students while a teacher or paraprofessional monitors and tracks their skill acquisition. Each book covers the state standards for concepts of print, phonemic awareness, phonics and word recognition, vocabulary and concept development, and comprehension. 176 full-color pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/readtasks

Student Task

Objective:

Student uses diphthong spelling patterns oi, oy oy, ou, and ow.

Place mat 1 on the table. Place the yellow picture cards faceup in a row. Point to the mat. Pronounce the /oy/ sound as in coin. Say:

Materials:

The vowel pairs oi and oy stand for the /oy/ sound.

Mat 1, p. 39

Place the coin picture card in front of the student. Say:

Mat 2, p. 41 Yellow Picture Cards, p. 39 Green Picture Cards, p. 41 Class Checklist, p. 43 Activity Sheet, p. 44

This picture shows coins. Is coin spelled with oi or oy? Place the picture card in the box on the mat next to oi or oy. Student responds. Say:

Now look at the rest of the picture cards and place them next to oi or oy on the mat.

Mat 1

Diphthongs

oi

Student places the picture cards on the mat at his or her own pace. Use the mat to record the student’s responses on the class checklist.

oy

Remove the mat and cards from the table. Then place mat 2 on the table. Place the green picture cards faceup in a row. Point to the mat. Pronounce the /ow/ sound as in cow. Say:

Mat

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ou ow

Place the cow picture card in front of the student. Say:

This picture shows a cow. Is cow spelled with ou or ow? Place the picture card in the box on the mat next to ou or ow. Student responds. Say:

Now look at the rest of the picture cards and place them next to ou or ow on the mat. Student places the picture cards on the mat at his or her own pace. Use the mat to record the student’s responses on the class checklist.

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READING fluency Leveled Readersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Theater

Comprehension Activity Name

Grades 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6+ â&#x20AC;˘ The fun and easy scripts in Leveled Readersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Theater provide reading parts for students reading below, on, or above grade level so you can support many levels of readers within one classroom. Each title is leveled in accordance with Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading criteria to help you match selections to studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; abilities. Your students will enjoy the delightful stories and illustrations in each play, and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll enjoy all the helpful teaching resources, such as dictionary pages, reproducible practice pages, ideas for building backgroundâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and more! 160 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/lrt

About the Play Fill in the circle next

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office instead of leaving? students stayed in Mr. Kenleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 4. Why do you think the đ?&#x2013; đ?&#x2013;  They liked Mr. Kenley. the puppies.. đ?&#x2013;Ąđ?&#x2013;Ąđ?&#x2013;Ą They liked playing with disappoint Mrs. Buttons. đ?&#x2013;˘đ?&#x2013;˘ They didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to Mr. Kenley: Whoopsy daisy. Well, one of them Kenley? had to be the first 5. What is true about Mr. one out of the box, I guess. đ?&#x2013; đ?&#x2013;  He is a real pushover. Mrs. Buttons: Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running đ?&#x2013;Ąđ?&#x2013;Ą He is unconventional. out the door! Buttons angry. đ?&#x2013;˘đ?&#x2013;˘ He likes to make Mrs. Mr. Kenley: Here, you keep an eye on the rest of them, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll go the play seem to indicate? of ending the does catch uh â&#x20AC;Ś whichever one that 6. What was. breaking the rules. đ?&#x2013; đ?&#x2013;  The students will keep the puppies. Travis: Seeing Mr. Kenley đ?&#x2013;Ąđ?&#x2013;Ą The students will adopt race down the hall after that following the rules. little puppy was quite a đ?&#x2013;˘đ?&#x2013;˘ The students will start sight. Did I mention that it was the first day of school? Well, it was, and the 19 hallways were crowded with students. The Puppy Principal Of course, a lot of Pennington students spend more time in the hallways than in the classrooms . Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a real problem around here, especially with one particular group of eighth-graders â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Brad, Hunter, Nicole, and Aaron. Yep, those four are a handful. Brad: So whaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ya think, Hunter? You wanna just skip second period and jet down to Games Galore? I wanna check out the new â&#x20AC;Ś Hey! What the â&#x20AC;Ś? 2 The Puppy Principal

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how long do you think steps in 5 minutes, about 1. If you can climb 100 of Liberty? 354 steps in the Statue it would take to climb the 45 minutes 3 hours 1 hour 18 minutes to ride the ferry to the and $3.00 for children 2. Itt costs $7.00 for adults Sally, Jack, and their much would it cost for Statue of Liberty. How The Statue of Liber ty father to ride the ferry? $7.00 $13.00 $10.00 Characters $30.00 Narrator Captain of the ship Isere is about Jack that g somethin Find . is 8 feet long. President Grover Cleveland Mr. Simpson 3. Lady Libertyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ nger 3 to help you measure. yardstick a or ruler Speaker your 1 Sally 8 feet long. Use Speaker 2 Newscaster What did you ďŹ nd? Speaker 3 Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi Speaker 4 of the Statue This story takes place 1834. He started planning in New York City on October r. Bartholdi was born in 4. Mr. he started working 28, 1886. The city is celebratin was Mr. Bartholdi when g the unveiling of the Statue Liberty in 1876. How old Liberty. of on the statue? old years 52 Jack: Dad, Dad! This is a great 42 years old ears old 21 years parade! Look at all that 34 years old paper ďŹ&#x201A;ying out of the windows. It looks like white ribbons. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m glad there The is no school today! This 179,200 pounds. is the most exciting day used in the statue was of my life! much How 5. The amount of copper pounds. the statue was 250,000 mount of steel used in amount Mr. Simpson: This is a special day! The Statue weigh in all? of Liberty is ďŹ nally did the copper and steel ďŹ nished. 329,200 pounds Today we will be able to see what it looks 294,200 pounds like. 429,200 pounds Sally: And we helped! I gave 10¢ to help pay for the base that was built for the statue. Jack gave 10¢, too. It Grade 2 â&#x20AC;˘ EMC 3307 was fun to Readersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Theater,see my name in Mr. Pulitzerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 52 newspap Corp. er. There must Evan-Moor by Š2003 have been a thousand names! Mr. Simpson: Mr. Pulitzer also helped a lot. He gave $1,000 for the base of the statue. It cost $100,000 to build. Sally: Jeepers! Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lot of money! Narrator:

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Announcer: Welcome, boys and girls! Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s episode of Buzz and Betty is entitled â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Mystery at Big Lake. â&#x20AC;? But now, kids, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to hear from our sponsor, No Holes Toothpaste! Singers: If you want no holes in your teeth Brush on top and underneath . Use No Holes Toothpaste . Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll work for you! No Holes Toothpaste. It tastes good, too! Announcer: Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right, folks. Mom and Pop and kids of all ages. No Holes Toothpaste helps fight cavities. Bring some home today! And tomorrow, as every Friday on The Adventures of Buzz and Betty, No Holes Toothpaste will have a clue for you. The clue will help you solve this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mystery. Remember, to solve the clue you need to have the Buzz and Betty decoder ring. You can get it by sending in two box tops of No Holes Toothpaste . As we begin todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s story, Buzz and Betty are getting ready to join their friends at a picnic. It started out as just another ordinary day for them, when suddenlyâ&#x20AC;Ś Betty: Hello? Mr. Green: (in a panic) Hello, Betty? I need you and Buzz to come down the bank right away. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve to just been robbed. The robber has gotten away! I need your help. 3345 â&#x20AC;˘ Š Evan-Moor Corp. Readersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Theater

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Goldilocks explore s a house in the woods, where breaks a chair, she eats porridge takes a nap, and , then awakens bears threaten to find a family ing to eat her! of furious (Approximate running time: 10 minutes) How to Prepare ................ . . . . . 74 How to Stage. ................ . . . . . . . 76 How to Make the Headbands. . . . . . . 78 The Program . ................ . . . . . . . 80 The Script . . . . ................ . . . . . . . 81 A Coloring Activity ................ . . 88 The Masks . . . ................ . 161â&#x20AC;&#x201C;175

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fluency READING Word Family

Word Family

Stories and Activities

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Grades K–3 • Engaging practice on 16 word families! Each word family is presented using a five-page reproducible unit that includes a picture dictionary, a one-page story, comprehension and vocabulary activities, and a word-list slider to practice reading for fluency. 112 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/wfsa Word Family Stories & Activities K–2 Level A EMC 3353-F11 1–3 Level C K–2 Level B EMC 3354-F11 1–3 Level D

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Grades K–3 • The 15 units in each High-Frequency Words title cover 100 high-frequency words taken from the respected Dolch and Fry not word lists. Pretests, fun stories, reproducible activities, and word-list sliders provide everything you need to engage students in valuable high-frequency word practice. 112 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/hfsa

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LANGUAGE development

Look, Listen, & Speak

Multimedia Vocabulary and Language Skills Instruction Look Electronic and print posters provide engaging multimedia environments that introduce theme-based vocabulary in context.

Listen Interactive games, chants, songs, and read-along stories on a CD-ROM reinforce vocabulary and concepts.

Speak Familiar themes help students connect topics and vocabulary to the world around them.

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Step-by-step directed teaching lessons, reproducible activity pages, and written and oral assessments give teachers a clear instructional path.

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Students work in a manageable 32-page, full-color booklet containing a picture dictionary, a story, chants, a song, and activity pages.

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Picture Cards

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LANGUAGE development

Stories to Read – Words to Know Developing Language Through Reading Familiar Topics • Meaningful Illustrations • Audio Support

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READING literacy

Students can’t keep their hands off this engaging reading and language practice!

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Grades PreK–6 • Provide students with important reading and language arts skill practice that feels more like fun than work! Each book comes with up to 18 self-contained centers that students can pick up and take anywhere. They’re a perfect way to provide students with the extra practice they need to strengthen language skills. 192 full-color pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/tlcent

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Ff Day 1

Teacher Pages

Finny the Fish The letter F stands for the first sound in fish.

Vocabulary feathers, Finny, fins, fish, fishbowl, food

Learning the Alphabet

• Understand that illustrations carry meaning

Distribute the Day 1 activity page. Point to the uppercase F and lowercase f at the top of the page as you talk about them. Say: This week’s letter is F F. This is a big F F. Point to the big F F. This is a little ff. Point to the little ff. The letter F stands for this sound: /f/ /f/. It is the first sound you hear in fish. Say fish. (fish) Say the sound that stands for the letter F. F (/f/)

Phonological Awareness

Listening to the Story

SKILLS: Print Awareness

• Begin to make lettersound associations • Begin to attend to the initial sound in familiar words • Identify the initial sound of a spoken word • Isolate the initial sound of a spoken word Alphabet Knowledge • Begin to associate letters with their names • Identify uppercase and lowercase letters Oral Language Development • Respond orally to simple questions • Listen for different purposes Writing • Develop fine motor skills through drawing and tracing Comprehension • Make connections using illustrations and/or prior knowledge, real-life experiences • Recall details • Compare and contrast • Categorize and classify

Provide vocabulary words, a teaching path, scripting suggestions, discussion questions, and ideas for extension activities.

Concept

To prepare children to listen to the story, point to the picture of Finny the fish at the top of the page. Say: Listen to a story about Finny the fish. Listen for words that begin with /f/. /f/

Finny the fish is a fun pet. I like to watch Finny in his fishbowl. He has beautiful long fins that look like feathers. He swims around his bowl through the green seaweed and into the rock cave. Sometimes Finny hides in the cave and I can’t see him. But when it’s time to eat, he swims to the top of the bowl. He looks up at me and waits for his fish food sprinkles. I like taking care of Finny the fish. He is a fun pet.

Thinking About the Story

WEEK 6

Distribute crayons. GuideName children in answering questions about the picture as they listen for beginning sounds. Say: Trace the letters. •W What hat is Finny? (a fish) hear in fish? (/f/) Make a red dot on Finny the fish.

Letter Formation: Ff

Student Activity Pages

DAY 3

Ff

• Where Where does Finny live? first sound you hear in dot on the fishbowl.

Support the daily lessons while presenting students with engaging themebased activities.

• What What does Finny eat? begin with /f/? (yes) the box of fish food. 54

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Have children color the picture.

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READING vocabulary A Word a Day Week 24 A Word a Day

admonish verb

to caution or warn synonym: reprimand

Mrs. Wu had to admonish her students about running in the hallway. Which of these are examples of admonishing someone? â&#x20AC;˘ A police officer talks to a driver but does not write a ticket. â&#x20AC;˘ A judge sentences a criminal to a year in prison. â&#x20AC;˘ A mother says that next time, her child will go to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;time outâ&#x20AC;? chair. â&#x20AC;˘ A principal explains what happens to students who race their bikes on the playground. â&#x20AC;˘ A father doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t pay attention when his children tease each other. Pretend that you are a parent. Your children have just come inside with mud all over their shoes. What would you say to

admonish them?

foreign adjective

1. from another country Week 2. different;24 strange A Word a Day

Name

Review Words

We served lots of foreign foods at the international celebration. The hamburgers looked foreign alongside all the other exotic foods. Which meaning of the word foreign is being used: â&#x20AC;&#x153;from another countryâ&#x20AC;? or â&#x20AC;&#x153;differentâ&#x20AC;?? â&#x20AC;˘ His intense interest in video games seems foreign to me. â&#x20AC;˘ My dad bought a computer program to learn a foreign language. â&#x20AC;˘ Greece is one foreign land Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d really like to visit. â&#x20AC;˘ After a month of backpacking, sleeping in a bed seemed foreign. â&#x20AC;˘ A movie from Russia won the best foreign film award.

admonish â&#x20AC;˘ foreign â&#x20AC;˘ gallery â&#x20AC;˘ harass

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combine â&#x20AC;˘ combination connect â&#x20AC;˘ connection combine

DaY

1

(verb) To bring together or join together into a whole. When you combine lemons, sugar, and water, you make lemonade.

combination

DaY

2

(noun) Things that have come together or have been brought together. The combination of peanut butter and jelly makes a delicious sandwich!

connect

DaY

3

(verb) To join together or link. The sidewalks connect the two buildings of our school.

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connection

1 combine Day 1 Day

DaY

4

1. How would you complete this sentence? Say it aloud.

Academic (noun) A link or relationship between two things. There Vocabulary is a connection between eating healthy food and feeling good.

to make a sandwich.

and

I could combine

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Help struggling readers develop comprehension strategies, vocabulary, and a love for reading! Unit

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LITERATURE READING literature

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Literature Pockets Grades K–6+ • Extend your literature studies with exciting reading, writing, and art projects! The easy-to-make construction-paper “pockets” in each Literature Pockets title are perfect for creating a comprehensive portfolio of student work. Each lesson focuses on a literature genre or genre-specific story. 96 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/litpockets Literature Pockets

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How to Report on Books

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Grades PreK–6+ • How to Report on Books has everything you need to make exploring books fun! Students enjoy the wide variety of projects and engaging bookmarks, pop-ups, and puppet forms. And each book provides timesaving reproducibles, step-by-step project directions, book lists, and more! 96 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/reportbooks

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Dear Parents, This is your child’s independent reading book. After your child has read the book, ask him or her to retell the story. Help your child sequence the events by telling what happened first, next, and last. Together, fill in the report form. This book report is due back in class: ___________

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readiness READINESS READING

Engaging reading-readiness instruction young learners love! Name

Meet the Characters Trace the names.

The Lion and the Mouse

Retelling Tales with Headbands Grades PreK–1 • The delightful headbands in Retelling Tales with Headbands help your young readers get into character while they act out favorite and familiar tales. From “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” to “The Lion and the Mouse,” your students will enjoy meaningful dramatic play in the retelling of each story. And you’ll enjoy all the helpful teaching resources, including a 10-step teaching path for each story, reproducible practice pages, follow-up activities, and more! 176 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, ER, RF evan-moor.com/rtales EMC 3322-F11

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Grades PreK–1 • Help your students see, hear, say, and write all of the 26 letters of the alphabet! Jumbo Fun with the Alphabet provides over 200 pages of curriculum-correlated activities that range from 3-D arts and crafts projects to reproducible trace-and-write activities. Teacher pages provide simple suggestions for introducing each letter and supporting student development in alphabetic awareness, print awareness, phonemic awareness, and visual discrimination. 224 pages. 4 Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: ER, RF evan-moor.com/jumbofun

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Alphabet Puppets Grades PreK–1 • Alphabet Puppets is a fun and unique way to teach students essential alphabetic awareness, phonemic awareness, and letter-formation skills. Full-color animal puppets, alphabet picture cards, and motivating games and activities capture and hold early learners’ attention as they learn the 26 letters of the alphabet. 224 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: ER, RF evan-moor.com/abcpuppet PreK–1

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READING readiness

Note: Teachers will make copies and cut in half for minibooks.

Reproducible Story

Everyday Literacy

Maggie’s Trip to the

Reading and Writing

Ocean

Grades PreK–1 • Help beginning readers develop reading, writing, and comprehension skills. Teacher pages, reproducible student activities, and home– school connection resources in Spanish and English give you everything you need to support literacy development. 176 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, ER, RF evan-moor.com/elitrw

Maggie went to the ocean.

Early Childhood Thematic Series

Maggie went to the sea. Maggie went to the ocean to see what

Grades PreK–K • Develop basic skills and vocabulary across the entire early childhood curriculum! Each of the 10 thematic books in the Early Childhood Thematic series provides over 200 pages of engaging readiness activities. Full-color storybooks come with accompanying reproducible minibooks, full-color patterns for story retelling, centers, art projects, dramatic play, and more! 208 full-color pages. Federal funding sources: I, V, ER, RF evan-moor.com/ecthemes

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Everyday Literacy Listening and Speaking

Grades PreK–1 • Develop students’ oral language skills with daily activities and home–school connection resources in Spanish and English. Everyday Literacy: Listening and Speaking helps you present students with lessons that build vocabulary, print awareness, comprehension, and more! 176 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, ER, RF evan-moor.com/ells

Everyday Literacy Reading & Writing

Everyday Literacy Listening & Speaking

All About the Farm

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phonics READING

Meet the phonics needs of struggling readers! Phonics and Word Study for Struggling Readers Grades 4–6+ • Give students who are reading below grade level the scaffolded practice in decoding and word study they need for success. A variety of activities and 24 entertaining stories support students as they practice variant vowel sounds, silent letters, diphthongs, consonant digraphs, blends, and more. 288 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V evan-moor.com/phonws 4–6+

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Each targeted skill follows all the steps of a pedagogically sound phonics lesson: Learn It:

Students are introduced to the skill with a short activity.

Practice It: Students build on what they’ve learned through a fun word game. Review It: A cloze activity presented in a test format reinforces the targeted skill. Read It:

An engaging story helps students experience the skill in context.

Apply It:

Students answer comprehension and critical-thinking questions.

The sea is home to a lot of odd creatures. Some look silly with mouths

sharp teeth makes the fish look mean. The ray is another strange fish. It

shaped like beaks. Others look fierce with long teeth as sharp as needles. The sea horse is a strange sea creature. Its name comes from the shape of its head. Sea horses are weak

looks like a flat disk with wings. Most rays have very long tails. Stingrays have spines on their tails. The spines can cause painful cuts. The sea star is another sea animal

swimmers. They live among sea plants like seaweed. Sea horses stay in one place by curling their tails around the

with spines. Most sea stars have five arms. If an arm breaks off, another grows back. Sea stars also have rows of

Learn It! long vowel digraphs

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plants. Moray eels like to remain in one place, too. These fish look like snakes. They can hide their long bodies among reefs and rocks. The rocks shield the

ea, ee, ey, ie tube feet. They use these feet to creep The long e sound can be spelled: ea, ee, ey, ey ie. around the sea. Sea snails do not swim or creep.Listen for the long e sound in these words: They glide on one flat foot! They move teach agree key around slowly and feed off dead plants

eels from danger. The moray eel waits for its dinner to swim by. Then it opens its wide mouth. It uses its sharp teeth to grab its prey.

and animals. People eat sea snails and othereach sea word out loud. Circle the two letters that stand for the long e sound. A. Read creatures, like crab. People pay a lot of teeth donkey feet yield money for these sweet meats. It seems

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Vowel Digraphs and Other Letter Combinations

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Basic Phonics Skills Grades PreK–3 • Your comprehensive resource for reproducible phonics practice! Each level of Basic Phonics Skills provides you with 20 phonics minibooks and over 200 activity pages. The scaffolded standards-based practice helps you target the specific phonics skills students need. It’s the perfect resource to aid differentiated instruction! 288 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/phonskills Name

PreK–K Level A EMC 3318-F11 $29.99 Skills practiced include: print awareness, phonemic awareness, alphabetic awareness, sound/symbol association.

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K–1 Level B EMC 3319-F11 $29.99 Skills practiced include: beginning and ending consonants, short vowels, plural and inflectional endings, word families. 1–2 Level C EMC 3320-F11 $29.99 Skills practiced include: long and short vowels; sounds of c, g; consonant digraphs; r-controlled vowels; long vowel digraphs; sounds of y; consonant blends. 2–3 Level D EMC 3321-F11 $29.99 Skills practiced include: variant consonant sounds, silent letters, digraphs and diphthongs, prefixes and suffixes, plural and inflectional endings, word families.

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the short a sound.

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READING phonics

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grammar & mechanics

Your comprehensive resource for grammar, mechanics, and usage practice! Sentences

Language Fundamentals

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LANGUAGE ARTS

Reinforce language arts instruction

grammar & mechanics

Name:

1. mark collects old stamps he has hunderds that are from asian and African countrys.

2. The band finnished practicing fore the concert so, now the choir is going onstage

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Visual Memory

5. The baby cried because it was cold and hungry.

Building Spelling Skills

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with research-based daily practice! Teacher page EDITING KEY: Fable

Daily Paragraph Editing

Preview the 4 daily lessons to ensure you review or introduce skills that may be unfamiliar to students.

Maui and the Sun

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TUESDAY

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• Daily Paragraph Editing,

had a piñata

The Science Museum has a big volcano. opened presents

• dialog

the sun god, maui declared Then I shall capture will be move more slowly. He boldly “and make him enjoy more beauty and we will able to enjoy Earths

TUESDAY

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able to enjoy Earths beauty and we will enjoy more

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Maui and the Sun

Week 5 • Day 3

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Strengthen math skills in just 10 to 15 minutes a day! Daily Word Problems

Name:

Monday–Week 25

Work Space:

Newspaper Route Manuel is starting his first newspaper route. He will deliver 17 newspapers. A newspaper subscription costs each customer $6.00 each month. How much will all the customers pay for one month?

Answer:

$ Daily Math Practice

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Wednesday 4.

Add a sign.

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How many edges does a cube have?

2.

Work Space:

Newspaper Route

Add a sign.

5.

1 2 8 = 28

3.

Name:

Tuesday–Week 25

1 0 0 1 0 = 10

List the first three multiples of 9.

Allen and Geoff are mowing lawns together to raise money to go to summer camp. One day last week, they were paid $10 for one lawn, $16 for another, and $18 for yet another. They put all the money together and then split it in half. How much did each boy earn that day?

Manuel will earn 10¢ for each newspaper he delivers. He delivers 17 newspapers each day. 1. How much money will he earn each day? 2. How much will he earn each week?

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1. $

each day each week

2. $

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This clock represents the time that a birthday party ended. Bobby opened his presents 45 minutes before this time. The kids were all eating cake 25 minutes before that.

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Atthe what time did the birthday party start? What is perimeter of this rectangle?

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Jed is collecting shells to make a picture frame. He figures he needs 10 shells for the top and 10 shells for the bottom, and then 18 shells for each side of the frame. How many shells does he need to complete the frame?

1,041 6

Daily Math Practice

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Name:

Daily Word Problems

Newspaper Route

Friday–Week 25

Manuel made a map to show how many newspapers he delivers on each street. Each rectangle is a shows where a newspaper should block. Each be delivered. Count the number of newspapers delivered on each street. Remember to count both sides of each street. Then use the clues to help you label the names of the streets. Clues: 1. Manuel delivers an odd number of newspapers on Apple Street.

How many feet are in 3 yards?

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Science Experiments for Young Learners Grades K–2 • Supplement your science lessons with 122 age-appropriate experiments with easy step-by-step directions and reproducible student record sheets. Science Experiments for Young Learners covers physical, life, earth and space science, and science and technology. Experiments address National Science Education Standards. 256 reproducible pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, 21 evan-moor.com/ylscience K–2 EMC 866-F11

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Spanish/English Science Activities Grades 1–3 • Science activities presented in English and in Spanish! Introduce your students to important science topics such as My Five Senses; My Skeleton and Muscles; Animal Life Cycles; Habitats: Oceans & Ponds; Water; Plants; Sun, Moon, and Stars; and The Planets, using engaging bilingual activities. 304 pages. Correlated to state standards. Federal funding sources: I, III, V, ER, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/spscience 1–3 EMC 5306-F11

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Help students develop geography literacy while they learn about the seven continents of the world!

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Explore the past with hands-on history projects! History Pockets Grades 1–6+ • With History Pockets, students become actively engaged in learning about history while they create portfolios for assessment and display. Information pages, maps, 3-D arts & crafts projects, reading and writing connections, and evaluation forms are just some of the resources that make History Pockets a must-have teacher resource! 96 pages. Federal funding sources: I, V, 21 evan-moor.com/histpockets

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*Learning® Magazine Teachers’ Choice Award **Correlated to state standards Grades 1–3

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Looking at a Map

A map is a drawing of a place from above. A map shows where things are.

This map shows a school. Listen and follow directions.

Would you like to live in a town with its own chocolate factory? Welcome to Hershey, Pennsylvania! In 1903, Milton S. Hershey built the first modern chocolate factory. Then he built a town around it. Hershey, Pennsylvania, was born! Workers liked living there. Today, the town has a zoo, a park, a theater, and a theme park. Streetlights are shaped like Hershey’s Kisses. Hershey is the sweetest place on Earth! I wonder…Do Hershey’s cows give chocolate milk?

1. Color the building red.

4. Color the tree green.

2. Draw a circle around the sandbox.

5. Draw a child on the sidewalk.

3. Mark an X on the cars.

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Grades K–2 • Beginning Geography makes it easy to introduce K–2 students to geography skills and content vocabulary. Based on the National Geography Standards, the 93 reproducible practice pages cover beginning map skills, landforms and bodies of water, and continents and oceans. Each section features a variety of reproducible activities, as well as a cumulative review to help you gauge students’ progress. 112 pages plus two 17" x 22" full-color map posters. Based on National Geography Standards. Federal funding sources: I, V, 21 evan-moor.com/bgeo

Grades 1–6 • Introduce your students to interesting—and sometimes unusual—events, people, animals, and places using the 44 stories in each U.S. Facts & Fun title. Every story is followed by a comprehension activity and two fun pages featuring puzzles, mazes, secret codes, games, hidden pictures, maps, and a lot more. 192 reproducible pages. Federal funding sources: I, V, RF, 21 evan-moor.com/usfacts

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SOCIAL STUDIES Take It to Your Seat Geography Centers

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WEEK 23

The Statue of Liberty crown

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Grades 1–6 • Features geopolitical maps of each of the fifty states; political maps of the six regions; and political, physical, and thematic maps of the United States. Also fun facts, geography bee– type questions, and review pages. Included are evaluation forms, a crossword puzzle, a word search, and an answer key. 128 pages. evan-moor.com/usmaps

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Spanish/English Read & Understand

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ARTS & CRAFTS How to Teach Art to Children

COLOR

Grades 1–6 • This beautiful full-color resource book provides 72 step-by-step lessons that teach the seven elements of art: line, shape, color, value, texture, form, and space. Teacher pages that define the element and list literature references and fine art examples help you introduce students to each element. And a full-color example of each art project done by a student helps you visualize what each project should look like. The second section of the book features imaginative lessons that help students experience art while they learn the styles of famous artists. For example, students create a colored-chalk flower picture in the style of Georgia O’Keeffe and a circus mobile in the style of Alexander Calder. 160 full-color pages. evan-moor.com/teachart

Large-Group Experience

Cool Colors and Warm Colors Blue, green, and purple are often labeled as cool colors. Yellow, orange, and red are called warm colors. Students categorize colors as cool and warm.

Reproduce this color wheel for individual student Warm Colors on s to use with Second page 44, Mixing Warm and Cool ary Colors on page Colors on page 33, Cool Colors 46, and Comple mentary Turn About and on page 51.

Name

The Color Wheel

Materials

Step by Step

• Owl Moon by Jane Yolen; Philomel

1. Read the book Owl Moon. Discuss the illustrator’s choice of colors to depict the moonlit winter night.

• Arrow to the Sun by Gerald McDermott; Viking Press • colored paper scraps • color wheel

2. Read Arrow to the Sun. Discuss the illustrator’s choice of colors. 3. Compare the colors used in the two books and the two different settings. 4. Sort the colored paper scraps into two piles:

• colors that fit the cool winter setting of Owl Moon

• colors that fit the warm desert setting of Arrow to the Sun

5. Look at the color wheel and notice how it has been divided into cool colors and warm colors as well.

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ArtWorks for Kids

Crazy Critters

Grades 1–6 • The 68 fun art experiences and projects in ArtWorks for Kids introduce students to techniques in painting, weaving, printing, clay, and working with natural and recyclable materials. Each two-page lesson features a full-color example of the project, art vocabulary and questions to present, a materials list, tips to make the lesson proceed smoothly, and step-by-step illustrated instructions. 160 full-color pages. evan-moor.com/artworks 1–6 EMC 761-F11

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Learn to use familiar shapes and watercolor paints to create an abstract animal.

Vocabulary abstract painting priming watercolor paint

Materials

Steps to Follow 1

• watercolor set with brush • white art paper 9" x 12" (23 x 30.5 cm) or 12" x 18" (30.5 x 46 cm) • cup for water • paper towels

2

• black crayon

Project Notes

Let’s Talk About It What is abstract painting? How is watercolor different from tempera paint?

• This easy project helps children learn to work with watercolors. Watercolor is different from tempera paint step because it is3colored water instead of opaque paint. Children who have used tempera paint know they can easily correct a mistake by simply letting the paint dry and painting over it. This is not so with watercolor. It is also important to teach children how to get the paint set ready to use by priming it to soften the pigment. (See page 5.)

What are the different shapes we can use to create interesting animals?

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Brainstorm and list different shapes. Ask children to name animals . Discuss the shapes that might be used to create them. A horse, for example, might be made from an oval body and head, rectangular neck and legs, and triangul ar hooves and ears. Draw some examples on the chalkboard. Have each child choose experiment with several an animal and of scrap paper. Encoura designs on a sheet ge children to use different shapes. many

Draw the outline of the animal with black crayon on the art paper. Paint the animal with the primed waterco Children may use lors. many different colors. Instruct them to rinse the brush in water after each color change. Set the painting aside

to dry.

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Art for All Seasons

a Colorful Windsock StepS to Follow 1. Sketch a wavy line on the yellow paper strip as shown. Cut on the line. 2. Glue the yellow strip to the top edge of the orange paper. 3. Cut circles of varying sizes from the yellow, blue, and pink paper. Glue them in a random fashion onto the orange paper.

4. Flip over the orange paper. Glue the tissue strips evenly spaced along the bottom edge. 5. Roll the orange paper into a cylinder and staple. Secure the rest of the opening with tape. 6. Punch two holes opposite each other on the yellow perimeter. Tie a piece of string through each hole. Tie the opposite ends together. 7. Tape the ends of the strings to the tongue depressor, which acts as a handle.

Join students in a spring parade around the playground, letting the wind blow your colorful windsocks about. MaterIalS • 12” x 15” (30.5 x 38 cm) orange construction paper for the base

• 4” x 18” (10 x 45.5 cm) yellow construction paper for the cuff

• 6” (15 cm) squares of pink, yellow, and blue construction paper for decoration • 10—1” x 9” (2.5 x 23 cm) strips of tissue paper • tongue depressor • string • tape • stapler • hole punch

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Grades 1–4 • Here’s your year-round source for art project ideas! The 105 projects in Art for All Seasons feature fun art experiences and projects that relate to the weather and holidays of fall, winter, spring, and summer. Choose from paper crafts, 3-D constructions, painting, mixed media, special-occasion cards, and more. You’ll find the perfect project for any time of the year. 208 full-color pages. evan-moor.com/artseasons 1–4 EMC 2001-F11

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Grades 1–6 • Easy-to-follow directions and all necessary patterns for making 37 hand puppets and 26 alphabet finger puppets. 80 pages. evan-moor.com/puppets 1–6

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Paper Mitt Puppet

Materials cm) yellow • 9” x 12” (23 x 30.5 construction paper • patterns on page 75 • marking pens or crayons • scissors • glue

Steps to Follow

mitt puppet. paper to make the basic 1. Use the construction

• scissors • glue

*Parents’ Guide to Children’s Media

Fold in half.

Open the paper and apply glue as shown.

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