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  • Kindergarten  ELA Academic Packet 

    Student Name: ________________________________ School: ___________________________________ 

    Week 6  May 4 - 8, 2020 

    Please follow your teacher's instruction on use and return of packets.   Por favor siga las instrucciones de su maestro sobre el uso y la devolución de los paquetes. 

    Tanpri swiv enstriksyon pwofesè w sou jan pou w itilize ak retounen pakè yo.  Por favor, siga as instruções do professor sobre o uso e o retorno dos pacotes 

  • OCPS Distance Learning Packet Kindergarten ELA May 4 - 8, 2020

    Day Skill Instructions

    Monday Relationship between illustrations/photographs and the text

    Review determining word meaning

    Parts of a book

    ● Review Learning: Relationship between illustrations/photographs and the text

    ● Read ​Weird Animals: Lungfish ● Complete the text-dependent questions ● Review Learning: Identify parts of a book

    ● Students will explain the parts of a book using their favorite book that they have at home.

    Tuesday Making connections ● Review Learning: Making Connections ● Reread ​Weird Animals: Lungfish ● Complete the text-dependent questions ● Read ​Ten Pets​* ​to someone.

    ● Identify the author, illustrator, and tell someone the role (job) each have in creating the story.

    Wednesday Relationship between illustrations/photographs and the text

    ● Review Learning: Relationship between illustrations/photographs and the text

    ● Read ​Weird Animals: Wood Frogs ● Answer text-dependent questions ● Reread ​Ten Pets​* ​to someone.

    ● Circle all of the words in the -en and -et word families.

    Thursday Making connections ● Review Learning: Making Connections ● Reread ​Weird Animals: Wood Frogs ● Complete text-dependent questions ● Reread ​Ten Pets​* ​to someone.

    ● Word family sorting activity.

    Friday Similarities and differences between two texts

    ● Review Learning: Compare and Contrast ● Reread ​Weird Animals: Lungfish & Wood Frogs ● Complete the graphic organizer to compare and contrast the

    two texts. ● Reread ​Ten Pets​* ​to someone.

    ● Underline these high frequency words: are, by, cannot, its, see, this

    Daily: Read a book of your choice for 30 minutes each day *​Ten Pets​ is a decodable reader that can be found after Friday’s activities.

    ● Ten Pets ​focuses on the ​word families ​-en​ and​ -et​ . ​Word families consist of a vowel and final consonant(s) that produce a pattern of sound that rhymes.

    ● Students will read high frequency words. These are words that kindergarteners should know by sight. ● Students will define the role of author and illustrator and explain the purpose of a title page.

    ** ​If your student needs assistance with any of the content presented in these lessons, please contact their teacher. All Orange County Public School teachers are committed to supporting our students throughout this distance learning experience. Thank you for all that you do to maintain a strong School/Home connection.

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  • Monday 

    When you are reading informational text, you should pay close  attention to the illustrations and photographs on each page.  Everything on a page helps the reader get an even better  understanding of the topic. 

    Illustrations​ and ​photographs​ help readers visualize (see) what the  author is describing or explaining through the words they write. 

    Let’s practice.   We will learn that lungfish live in water during the rainy season. I can  see and learn that lungfish live in water in the part of the photograph  that I circled.   

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    As you read the two informational texts this week, remember to stop  and analyze the photographs or illustrations to help you understand  what the author is trying to tell or teach you.   

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  • Monday Directions: ​After reading ​Weird Animals: Lungfish​, answer these text-dependent  questions. 

    1. What do we learn about lungfish from the words and

    photographs/illustrations in this text?

    A. Africa has a rainy season.

    B. Lungfish swim and eat like other fish.

    C. Lungfish have a special way to stay alive.

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Use this page from ​Weird Animals: Lungfish​,  to help you answer question #2. 

    2. What is the meaning of the word burrow? 

    A. To dig

    B. To eat

    C. To swim

    How does the illustration help you to know  the meaning of burrow? 

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  • Reread this page from, ​Weird Animals: Lungfish 

    3. ​How does the photograph match the description of the cocoon in the first paragraph?

    The photograph shows… 

    A. The lungfish is swimming.

    B. The lungfish burrowing in the mud.

    C. The lungfish is surrounded by sticky slime.

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    Let’s review the parts of a book. 

    Now, find your favorite book (any book will do). Using your book, tell someone the  parts of the book that we just reviewed. Be sure to tell them the role (job) of the  author and illustrator in creating the book. ​ Also, don’t forget to share what is the  purpose of the title. 

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  • Tuesday 

    Ask your child the following question. 

    How are the two events (below) connected? 

    If you need help, ask yourself  ● Do both of these events go together? How?

    Answer: Both events are part of brushing your teeth.

    Review this chart with your child. 

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  • Tuesday 

    Directions: ​After rereading ​Weird Animals: Lungfish​, answer these  text-dependent questions.   

    Use this page from ​Weird Animals: Lungfish,  to help you answer this question. 

    1. What causes the lungfish to burrow in

    the mud?

    A. The ponds dry up.

    B. The rainy season begins.

    C. The lungfish is looking for food.

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    2. How is a cocoon related to a

    lungfish’s safety?

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  • Wednesday  Directions: ​After reading ​Weird Animals: Wood Frogs​, answer these  text-dependent questions. 

    1. What do we learn about wood frogs from the words and photographs in this

    text?

    A. Ice forms when water freezes.

    B. Wood frogs live and swim in ponds.

    C. Wood frogs have a special way to stay alive in winter.

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    Reread this page from ​Weird Animals: Wood Frogs​ and answer question #2. 

    2. How is the photograph related to what the author is describing on this page?

    A. The photo shows the wood frog swimming.

    B. The photo shows the ice around the wood frog.

    C. The photo shows the wood frog burrowing.

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  • Thursday  Directions: ​After rereading ​Weird Animals: Wood Frogs​, answer these  text-dependent questions. 

    Throughout the year there are changes 

    that happen in the wood frog that are 

    connected to the weather.   

    1. Underline the sentence that explains what happens inside the wood frog’s body when winter comes.

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    2. What happens when Spring

    returns? Complete the

    sentence below

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  • Thursday 

    After rereading the decodable reader, ​Ten Pets​. 

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  • Friday 

    Let’s review what it means to identify ​similarities​ (how they are alike)  and ​differences​ between two texts on the same topic.  

    (Different)  Both (the same)  (Different) 

    This dog is ​big​.  

    This dog is ​older​. 

    Both are ​dogs​.  

    Both are ​animals​.  

    Both have ​four legs. 

    This dog is ​small​.  

    This dog is a ​puppy​. 

    ​For the past few days you have been reading about two animals  that have an unusual (special) way of surviving during different parts  of the year. Today you will be completing a chart on the next page  to show how these two texts are similar and how they are different.   

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  • Friday  Directions:​ Today you will identify similarities and differences between the two texts, ​Weird Animals: Lungfish​ and  Weird Animals: Woods Frogs​.   

    (Different) 

    BOTH  (similar or same) 

    (Different) 

    Who/what is the topic? 

    Both are animals 

    How do lungfish survive in the dry season? Both animals have a  special way to…  ​(circle one answer choice) 

    A. to stay alive.

    B. to eat food

    C. to hide from other

    animals.

    How do wood frogs survive in the winter? 

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