Title: 1-5 Corduroy by: Don Freeman
A YouTube of the classic Corduroy being read… CLICK here!
Summary: This is a fantasy story about a teddy bear who just wants to be loved. He was one flaw…he’s missing a button on his green corduroy overalls. Children cheer Corduroy on, love and accept him, and then are happy when he finally finds a happy home with a sweet girl.
Spelling Words: Words spelled with /n/ spelled kn, /r/ spelled wr, /f/ spelled ph, and long /e/.
Words: wren, knot, knife, write, phone, graph, wrap, here, phase, knit.
Challenge Words: alphabet, wrinkle, known, concrete, photo.
Palace (n): a large, fancy house. Escalator (n): moving stairs. Dashing (v): running suddenly. Yanked (v): to pull. Fasten (v): to button.
Grammar Concept: I can identify words and parts of sentences that need to be capitalized. In my class, I try to teach students the acronym M.I.N.T.S to help them remember when to capitalize words.
M= Months of the year
I= the word “I” and initials
N= Names of specific places, people, states, countries, or businesses.
T= Titles of books, movies, stories, and more…
S= Start of every sentence.