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Because of Winn Dixie, Moving to a new town can be hard and making new friends can be even harder. With the help of her dog Winn Dixie Opal is able to get to know Miss Franny. Block the local librarian Miss Block tells Opal an exciting tale about a bear that. once wandered into the library, Animal Stories With your family share stories of personal experiences with. animals They can be stories about animals kept as pets or animals seen in the zoo or. in the wild, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. Comprehension Skill,Sequence Activity, Sequence is the order in which things Foolish Fairy Tales Take turns telling. happen in a story When you read think fairy tales like Little Red Riding Hood. about what comes first next and last or Cinderella with their events out of. Several events can occur at the same order Talk about how these mix ups. time Words such as meanwhile and changed the story Did any of the stories. during give clues that two events are sound better when the event order. happening at the same time was changed,DVD 2 Family Times.
0328480487 002 2 12 30 09 6 56 17 PM,Lesson Vocabulary Conventions. Words to Know Declarative and Interrogative,Knowing the meanings of these Sentences. words is important to reading Because Declarative sentences make. of Winn Dixie Practice using statements They end with periods. these words For example I like to go to the library. Interrogative sentences ask,Vocabulary Words questions They end with question. marks For example What time does the,grand excellent wonderful. library open,memorial helping people to,remember a person thing or event.
peculiar strange unusual,Miscommunication Play a, positive without doubt sure game in which two people have a. prideful overly proud of oneself conversation with each other One. player can only use declarative, recalls remembers sentences and the other player can. selecting picking out choosing only use interrogative sentences The. conversation should be fast paced,players are not allowed to stop and. think before speaking, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. Practice Tested Spelling Words,Family Times DVD 3,0328480487 003 3 12 30 09 6 56 21 PM.
Name Because of Winn Dixie, Events in a story occur in a certain order or sequence The sequence of events can be. important to understanding a story, Directions Read the following passage Then answer the questions below. A fter school Lily went home with,Francis She wanted to learn how to. make platanutres a snack that Francis,plantains Plantains aren t as sweet. as bananas she said We had a tree,growing in our backyard in Puerto Rico.
often brought to school Lily loved when Lily laughed She couldn t imagine having. Francis shared them They tasted a little bit a banana tree in her backyard. like potato chips First Mr Matos cut off the ends of the. Mr Matos was heating the oil on the plantains and made a long slice in them. stove when the girls came home Hola Then Francis showed Lily how to pry the. he said Ready to help me cook Lily skins off Next Mr Matos sliced them and. looked at the ingredients they were going fried the slices in the oil When they came. to use Those look like bananas she out of the oil Francis and Lily sprinkled. exclaimed Francis said they were a garlic salt on them Finally they all ate the. little like bananas but they were called platanutres They were even better hot. 1 What is the first event in the passage, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. Lily goes home with Francis,2 What is the last event in the passage. They eat the platanutres, 3 What clue words help you know the order of events. after when first then next finally, 4 What does Mr Matos do after the plantains have been peeled and sliced. He fries them in oil,5 Write a summary of the passage in one sentence.
Lily goes to Francis s house to learn how to make platanutres. Home Activity Your child identified the sequence of events in a short passage Talk with your child about an. activity such as making a meal in which the sequence of the steps is important to its success Have your. child write down the steps in the activity in the correct sequence. DVD 4 Comprehension,0328480487 004 4 12 30 09 6 56 25 PM. Name Because of Winn Dixie,Cause and Effect, Directions Read the passage Then answer the questions below. L ee brought home a stray dog that,followed him from school Can we. keep him he asked his mother,Lee was happy that Muffin s owners. found him But he felt unhappy too,because he wanted his own dog When Mr.
That dog has an owner said Mrs Chan came home from work Mrs Chan. Chan Look at the name and phone told him how Lee had returned a dog to its. number on his dog tags owners, So Lee called the family whose phone Mr Chan said Lee I think you are. number was listed on the tag Did Muffin responsible enough to have your own dog. get out again they asked He is always now,wandering Muffin s family came and. took him home, 1 What caused Lee to think that Muffin was a stray dog. Lee thought Muffin was a stray because the dog followed. 2 How did Muffin s owners know where to find him, Muffin s owners knew where to find him because Lee. Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. called them, 3 Why was Lee happy but also sad when Muffin went home.
Lee was happy that Muffin had a home but sad because he. wanted his own dog, 4 What was the effect of Mr Chan s hearing that Lee had returned a stray dog. Mr Chan thought Lee was responsible so he could have his own. 5 On a separate sheet of paper write how you think Lee will choose a dog Your story. should include what kind of dog Lee likes and where the family will buy the dog. Answers will vary, Home Activity Your child identified the cause and effect in a story about a stray dog Help your child write. a story about a stray dog or cat telling what happened and why things happened Have your child underline. the causes and effects in the story,Comprehension DVD 5. 0328480487 005 5 12 30 09 6 56 28 PM,Name Because of Winn Dixie. Declarative and Interrogative Sentences, Directions Read the interrogative sentences Then use your own ideas to write a.
declarative sentence that answers the question,1 Question Why are libraries popular. Answer Answers will vary,2 Question Would you like to be a librarian. Answer Answers will vary,3 Question What kind of book do you like to read. Answer Answers will vary, 4 Question What kind of book would you like to write. Answer Answers will vary, Directions Read the following declarative sentences Then write a question that.
matches the answer, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. 5 Question Answers will vary,Answer Johnny Tremain is my favorite book. 6 Question Answers will vary, Answer This is the Herman W Block Memorial Library. 7 Question Answers will vary,Answer My dog s name is Homer. Home Activity Your child learned how to use declarative and interrogative sentences in writing Have. your child ask a member of the family three questions and write down the questions and answers in. interview form,DVD 6 Declarative and Interrogative Sentences.
0328480487 006 6 12 30 09 6 56 32 PM,Name Because of Winn Dixie. Short Vowel Pattern VCCV,Spelling Words,admire magnet contest method custom. rally soccer engine sudden finger,accident mitten intend fabric flatten. rascal gutter mammal happen cannon, Riddle Read the riddle To find the answer write the list word that fits. each clue Then copy the numbered letters onto the numbered lines below. Riddle What weighs 5 000 pounds and wears glass slippers. 1 think highly of a d m i r e,2 a meeting r a l l y.
3 the part that makes a car run e n g i n e,4 attracts iron m a g n e t. 5 glove with no fingers m i t t e n,6 a mischievous person r a s c a l. 7 your shirt is made of this f a b r i c, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. 8 a way of doing something m e t h o d,9 what a steamroller can do f l a t t e n. 10 occur h a p p e n,11 a game played with a round ball s o c c e r.
a c c i d e n t,12 something that unexpectedly happens. 13 something to enter c o n t e s t,14 a pinky f i n g e r. Home Activity Your child has learned to read write and spell words with the short vowel pattern. VCCV Ask your child to quiz your spelling of these words Make a mistake with each word and have. your child correct it,Short Vowel Pattern VCCV DVD 7. 0328480487 007 7 12 30 09 6 56 35 PM,Name Because of Winn Dixie. Events in a story occur in a certain order or sequence The sequence of events can be. important to understanding a story, Directions Read the following passage Then complete the diagram below.
M ax was excited to go to his aunt and,uncle s house for dinner Aunt Bev. was from California and Uncle Kento was,chopsticks even though he wasn t very. good at it,After they ate Aunt Bev served, from Japan everyone a slice of cake and they ate it. When Max arrived he walked into the at a tall table in the kitchen with forks. dining room The table was low to the Which do you like best Max chopsticks. ground Max sat on the floor and crossed or forks she asked Max thought hard. his legs Uncle Kento served green tea in and replied I like chopsticks for Uncle. beautiful decorated cups Then they ate Kento s food and forks for yours. rice fish and vegetables Max ate with, Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. How does understanding the sequence of events help you understand what life is like in. Aunt Bev and Uncle Kento s house, Possible answer The reader sees that Aunt Bev and Uncle Kento take.
turns doing some Japanese things and some American things. Home Activity Your child identified the sequence of events in a short passage Have your child use a time. line to write down five or six major events in his or her own life starting with birth. DVD 8 Comprehension,0328480487 008 8 12 30 09 6 56 39 PM. Name Because of Winn Dixie,Declarative and Interrogative Sentences. Directions Write D if the sentence is declarative Write I if the sentence is interrogative. 1 The old lady is a good storyteller D,2 Do we have time for another story I. 3 She may tell a story about when she was young D,4 Can you imagine what Florida was like I. Directions Make each group of words into a sentence by writing it with correct. capitalization and punctuation Write D if the sentence is declarative Write I if the. sentence is interrogative,5 would you like a big dog.
Would you like a big dog I,6 she knew all the answers. She knew all the answers D,7 was it a man or a woman. Was it a man or a woman I,8 it was a very large bear. Copyright Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved 4. It was a very large bear D, Directions Change each sentence to the kind named in Write the new sentence. 9 She found the dog in a store interrogative,Sample answers are given.
Did she find the dog in a store,10 How could he look in the window declarative. He could look in the window,11 She thought the dog was a bear interrogative. Did she think the dog was a bear,12 Does the bear intend to eat me declarative. I won t let the bear eat me, Home Activity Your child reviewed declarative and interrogative sentences Read a newspaper article. together Have your child identify declarative and interrogative sentences in the article. Declarative and Interrogative Sentences DVD 9,0328480487 009 9 12 30 09 6 56 43 PM.

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