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Unit 7 week 3

March 27-30








 K.2.F.1  K.1.1

Sight word and Skill Practice on Focus Wall 


8:00-8:45 am

**Daily Practices





Introduce our two new sight words, ‘said’ and ‘want’.  Watch Jack Hartmann videos. K.2.F.3

Sight sentence writing  K.2.PC.5 K.2.F.3

Letter Xx, Vv sound cards.  K.2.PWS.1

Rhyme Time K.2.PA.2

Heggerty Wk 19 D1

Calendar K.GM.3 K.D.1K.3.3K.ESS.2.1 K.ESS3.2

Sight word review. K.2.F.3 on the Wonders website.

Sight word sentences K.2.PC.5 K.2.F.3

Letter sound card K.2.PWS.1

Letter game - what’s missing? K.2.PWS.2

Heggerty Wk 19 D2

Calendar K.GM.3 K.D.1 K.3.3 K.ESS.2.1 K.ESS3.2 

Sight word reading passages. K.2.F.3

Sight word sentences K.2.PC.5 K.2.F.3

Rhyme Time K.2.PA.2  

Heggerty Wk 19 D3

Seek and find on our word wall

Calendar K.GM.3K.D.1 K.3.3K.ESS.2.1 K.ESS3.2

Sparkle sight word game  K.2.F.3

Sight word sentences K.2.PC.5 K.2.F.3

Letter sound card K.2.PWS.1

Letter game-what’s missing? K.2.PWS.2

Rhyme Time K.2.PA.2

Heggerty Wk 19 D4

Calendar K.GM.3 K.D.1 K.ESS.2.1 K.ESS3.2 K.3.3

I can recognize letters and their sounds.

I can form a sentence using a capital letter and punctuation. 

I can read high-frequency words.

I can identify rhyming words.

Whole Group Reading Lesson

 8:45-9:30 am

*Daily read aloud skills practice K.2.PC.1-3




  • front cover/back cover

  • title/count words

  • genre

  • make predictions orally

  • identify story elements

  • answer questions about the story

Read aloud “Bear Snores On”


Create a story map.

Use our sequencing cards to the story in order. 


Do a sound substituting activity. Practice orally with the students. Use the smartboard to show how the sounds can switch and create a new word. Practice on page 320. 

K.2.PA.3 K.2.PA.5

Read the nonfiction story in the back of our big book “Animal Homes”

Create a chart of animal habitats. Do an animal habitat match game on the smart board. K.6.W.2 K.6.W.3 K.6.R.1


Practice identifying pictures that end with /ks/ sound. K.2.PA.3      

Read our big card story for the week and review our vocabulary for the week. ‘Aunt Nancy’



Read ‘A Vet in a Van’ from our interactive notebook. Follow along with the instructions in our notebooks. Write sentences using sight words. K.2.SE.1 K.2.SE.2

Do our beginning sound page 321. 



I can answer questions about key details of a text.

I can retell a story using beginning, middle, and end. 

I can identify the author’s purpose.

I can identify the genre of a text.

I can identify the purpose of the author and illustrator.

I can use punctuation. I can rhyme words.

Alphabet and Writing








Find our week’s letter Xx on the alphabet line.  

Do our letter of the day chart. Introduce the word family -og

Practice the formation of Xx by skywriting. Do a writing review page.                   Do a short ‘o’ in the medial position paper and practice decoding.

Find our week’s letter on the alphabet line…letter Vv. Practice formation and do a writing practice page. 

Practice reading words with a medial ‘o’ sound. Write in the correct word. 


Work with the word family -og. Read “Tog the Dog” do our -og word slide activity. 

I can write, recognize, and identify the sound of letters /x/ & /v/. 

I can write my alphabet.


I can write a sentence with a capital letter and punctuation.

Small Group Instruction

Alphabet Awareness



Decodable readers - send readers home for the week.

Sight word fluency passages.

Medial ‘o’ game

CVC words - segmenting & blending with beyond level groups


Re-read decodable readers for fluency

Retell beginning, middle, and end practice

I can substitute sounds in words to read new words.

I know sentences are made up of words.

I can read with support.

Science/Social Studies

Pledge of Allegiance

Oklahoma Flag Salute

Find the State on a map K.2.3

Review our flags symbols


Do our science weekly magazine about habitats. Have students pick an animal and then match it to their habitat. K.2.SE.1 K.2.SE.2


Science weekly magazine. Watch youtube videos on animal habitats.

Do our science weekly magazine about how animals change their environment. K.ESS2.2


Students will make up their own animal. Draw and share their animal, including its habitat and why it lives there. K.2.SE.1 K.2.SE.2

I can understand the meaning of holidays.

I can understand different cultures.

Math Lesson


Tally marks



Ten frames



Clock to the hour



Color book









Discuss greater than, less than, equal to. Show students how this symbol works with numbers on the smart board. Play an alligator game with them and practice ‘eating’ the greater or lesser number. 

Using a class set of number lines, help students learn how to tell which number is greater or less by its position. Have them practice greater than, less than game with a deck of cards. Teach kids how to play. Let them play the game with each other. K.N.1.8

Students will be given a deck of cards. They will draw two cards and will determine who has the greater number. Also play with determining who has the lesser number. They will record their answers on a recording sheet to practice writing their numbers and symbols.


Assess students knowledge of greater or less or equal by directing them through module 10, lesson 6.


Have them not only circle a number that is greater than or less than but also see if they can write the correct symbol.