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Title: The Case of the Three Bears

The Case of the Three Bears Breakfast
  • Lesson 10 Day 3

Question of the Day
  • How do animals work together?
  • Animals work together by _________.
  • Some animals that work together are
  • _________________.

Read Aloud
  • Why would someone want to read or listen
  • to a poem more than once?
  • To enjoy it again to understand
  • something new
  • Listen and follow along as I
  • read the poem aloud.
  • Listen for natural pauses.

Lion Hunt
  • He crouches low
  • His movements slow
  • The zebras do not know hes there.
  • He circles round
  • Without a sound
  • The zebras stop and sniff the air.
  • He makes a dash
  • Quick as a flash
  • The zebras turn and run away.
  • The lion stops
  • And down he drops
  • Hell sleep and try another day.

Why does the lion move slowly at the beginning of
the poem? How do you think the zebras finally
know the lion is there?
ou mouse shower
Both words have the /ou/ sound. The /ou/ can be
spelled with ou or with ow.
oi foil employ
The oi and the oy are two ways to spell the oi
Identify each word with the /ou/ sound or the
/oi/ sound.
  • Did you hear that moo? That cow is loud!
  • cow ow loud - ou
  • Do you think she saw the trout jump? I doubt
  • it.
  • trout- ou doubt - ou
  • The cow is not even down by the river.
  • cow ow down - ow
  • She is standing in the moist grass, enjoying the
  • morning.
  • moist oi enjoy - oy

Fill in the missing letters to make words.
m_ _ st j _ _ c l_ _ n l _ _d
o i
o y

o w
o u
Main Idea and Details
  • The main idea is the most important idea in a
    piece of writing.

Supporting details are the information and facts
that tell about the main idea.
Main Idea and Details
  • When would you need to know the
  • main idea or details of a story?
  • You need to know the main idea when you
  • write a summary. You need details if you
  • are answering specific questions.

Main Idea and Details
  • Some details in a story help support the main
    idea, while others provide extra information that
    may not relate to the main idea.

  • Turn to page 232 in your book. What two
    sentences tell the main idea of How Animals
  • Animals dont talk as we do. But they have many
    different ways of communicating with each other.
  • Find one detail on the page that supports the
    main idea.
  • A male deers smell says Stay away from here.

Main Idea and Details
  • Copy down this chart in your notebook.
  • Turn to page 242 in your book. Fill in the chart
  • with the main idea and three supporting details.

Main Idea Main Idea Supporting Details

Main Idea Supporting Details
Even under the sea, animals communicate with each other. Male humpback whales sing Beluga whales chirp and click. Manatees touch whiskers

Synonyms and Antonyms Synonyms are words with a
similar meaning. Antonyms are words with the
opposite meaning. Good readers find the meanings
of unknown words by using synonyms and
antonyms. I strolled through the upstairs
hall. What is a synonym for strolled? What is an
antonym for upstairs? Close the door when you
leave. Rewrite this sentence in your notebook.
Replace the underlined words with synonyms.
Rewrite it again and replace the underlined words
with antonyms.
Rewrite the sentence in your notebook. Replace
the underlined words with synonyms. Rewrite it
again and replace the underlined words with
Close the door when you leave.
  • Good readers do not rush when they read aloud.
  • Good readers pay attention to punctuation and to
    the meanings of the words to help them read
  • Remember to pause slightly when you see a comma.
  • Remember to pause longer when you see a period.
  • With your group, practice reading The Case of
    the Three Bears Breakfast. Pay attention when
    others in your group are reading. Remember to
    slide and glide.
  • T412

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  • Investigate- When you investigate something, you
    try to find out the truth about it.
  • Say the word with me, investigate.
  • If you saw paw prints going around a corner, how
    could you investigate.

  • Expert- An expert is someone who knows a lot
    about a certain subject.
  • Say the word with me, expert.
  • When might you want to contact an expert on
    fixing bikes?

  • Laboratory- A place where experiments are done is
    a laboratory.
  • Say the word with me, laboratory.
  • Do you think most medicines are made in a
    laboratory or a restaurant?

  • Various- When there are various objects, there
    are objects of different types.
  • Say the word with me, various.
  • Why would you want to see various books on the
    shelves at a library?

  • Suspect- When you suspect someone of doing
    something, you think that person has done it.
  • Say the word with me, suspect.
  • What do you suspect when you see the sky growing

  • Confess- When you confess, you tell the truth
    about something you did wrong.
  • Say the word with me, confess.
  • When is it a good idea to confess when you have
    made a mistake?

  • The bears were perplexed about what happened to
    their food.
  • When you are perplexed about something, you are
    confused about it.
  • Say the word with me, perplexed
  • When I could not solve the puzzle, I was
    perplexed. Would you be more perplexed by
    another language or by a mystery story.

  • Cam and Sam are inquisitive detectives.
  • If you are inquisitive about something, you are
    curious about it.
  • Say the word with me, inquisitive.
  • Are you more inquisitive about science or social
    studies? Why?

  • On the dining room table were three inviting
    bowls of porridge.
  • If something looks inviting, you want to take
    part in it or have something to do with it.
  • Say the word with me, inviting.
  • What food do you find more inviting, oatmeal or
    cereal? Why?

  • Papa bear did not think Goldilocks was amusing.
  • If something is fun or funny, it is amusing.
  • Say the word with me, amusing.
  • What do you find more amusing, a clown of a

  • i bought the car on tuesd, dece. 12
  • 2. mr smith was home from mond through thur

Grammar Abbreviations
  • What is an abbreviation?
  • A shortened form of a word that is used in place
    of the whole word.
  • Peoples titles are often abbreviated.
  • Doctor Martin Dr. Mrs. Mr.
  • Street names can be abbreviated.
  • Street St. Road-Rd.
  • Days and months of the year are often
  • Sunday Sun. October Oct.
  • State names are abbreviated by only using two
    capital letters.
  • Alabama AL