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Book 1 Unit 1

Henry and Mudge

Make Predictions short vowels statements/questions inflectional endings
Make Predictions short vowels statements/questions inflectional endings
Make Predictions short vowels


 subject/predicate

inflectional endings
Make Predictions short vowels statements/questions  
Make Predictions short vowels subject/predicate subject/predicate

My Family

Make Predictions long vowels with final e commands/exclamations inflectional endings
Make Predictions long vowels with final e commands/exclamations inflectional endings
Make Predictions long vowels with final e commands/exclamations story elements
Make Predictions long vowels with final e commands/exclamations story elements
Make Predictions     story elements

 

Henry and Mudge Under the Yellow Moon

Story Elements ai, ay, ee, ie, ea subjects context clues
Story Elements ai, ay, ee, ie, ea subjects context clues
Story Elements   subjects context clues
Story Elements   subjects  
Story Elements   subjects  

 

 Diary of a Spider
 
Story Elements i, y, igh, o, oa, oe, ow predicates context clues
Story Elements i, y, igh, o, oa, oe, ow predicates context clues
Story Elements   predicates context clues
Story Elements   predicates  
Story Elements      
 
 

Teacher's Pets

Make Predictions short vowels, long vowels sentence combining  
Make Predictions short vowels, long vowels sentence combining inflectional endings
Make Predictions   sentence combining  
Make Predictions   sentence combining  
Make Predictions   sentence combining  

 

 

Making Predictions:  Use clues in the story and things you already know to tell what might happen next.

 

Making Predictions is also similiar to Making Inferences.

 

Inferring:  To understand more about a story and the characters in the story, look for clues in what the characters do and say.