Literacy - Reading Street & Fundations


Week of March 25th
2 Weeks to Complete- This is Week #2


In a Nutshell:

  • sounds of ee, ea, ey

Sample Words:

week #1:  need, beef, teeth, sheep, wheel, teach, leaf, feast, beak, 

week #2:  kidney, hockey, donkey, valley, peanut, beneath, repeated, steamy, dreamers

Trick Words:

Week 1:  whose, won, son
Week 2: breakfast, head, ready

Review Trick Words(K, 1, and 2)

full, pull, talk, walk, done, goes, pretty, again, please, animal, use, used, the, a, and is, his, of, as, has, to, into, we, he, she, be, me, for, or, you, your, I, they, was, one, said, from, have, do, does, were, are, who, what, when,  where, there, here, why, by, my try,  put, two, too, very, also, some, come, would, could, should,  her, over, number, say, says,  see, between, each,  any, many, how, now, down, out, about, our, friend, other, another, non, nothing, people, month, little, been, own, want, Mr. Mrs., work, word, write, being, their, first, look, good, new,  water, called, day, may, way, said, they, goes, where, often, together, only, right, world, answer, eye, carry, something, different, mother, father, brother, earth, picture, learn, great, country, away, America, school, thought

Reading Street 

Week of March 25th


Question of theWeek
Why are some changes difficult?

Knowledge Goals
Children will understand that change will
-take us to places we have never been
-make us look at ourselves in new ways
-open us up to new opportunities

Comprehension Skill
Facts and Opinion

Comprehension Strategy

ou, aw, ai, ay

Selection Vocabulary Words
grains, seeps, materials, substances, particles, texture

Amazing Words
discovery, underneath, fine, landscape,  transform, blizzard, molten, incredible

Short Expository Report

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives