First Grade Unit 3

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1. What phonics skills are needed to read first grade words?
  a. This means I can apply knowledge of vowels, syllables, and inflectional endings to read first grade words.
    Subject Title Series
Vowels A Good Thing About Spots Wild World Phonics Reading
Vowels Out in Outer Space Between the Lions
Vowels Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Long Vowels A, I, O Phonics in Context
Vowels Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Short and Long Vowels E & U Phonics in Context
Vowels Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Short Vowels A, I, O Phonics in Context
Vowels Pencil Power Goes Visiting: The Long and Short Vowels Phonics in Context
Vowels Word Pup Discovers Middles Phonics in Context
Vowels You Can't Catch Me Between the Lions
2. What are nouns and verbs?
  a. This means I can recognize and use common, proper, possessive, singular, plural, nouns and verbs.
    Subject Title Series
Nouns Descriptive Words and Phrases Grammar for Children
Nouns Nouns Grammar for Children
Nouns Schoolhouse Rock! Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Verbs Verbs Grammar for Children
Verbs Word Pup Discovers Endings Phonics in Context
3. What is reading fluently?
  a. This means I can read fluently with accuracy and prosody.
    Subject Title Series
Reading How a Book is Made Reading for Children
Reading Identifying Letters and Sounds Reading for Children
Reading Identifying Words Reading for Children
Reading Reading Aloud Reading for Children
Reading Reading Comprehension Reading for Children
Reading Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Reading for Children
Reading Sight Words Rock 'N Learn
Reading Sight Words, Level 2 Rock 'N Learn
4. What is the purpose of ending punctuation and commas in sentences?
  a. This means I can use ending punctuation and commas in dates to separate single words in a series correctly when writing sentences.
    Subject Title Series
Commas The Comma Rooster's Hamlet
Punctuation Exclamation Point Rooster's Hamlet
Punctuation Punctuation Grammar for Children
Punctuation Reading Aloud Reading for Children
6. What are high frequency words?
  a. This means I can read and write high frequency words.
    Subject Title Series
Sight Words Rock 'N Learn
Sight Words, Level 2 Rock 'N Learn
7. What are literature (narrative) text structures?
  a. This means I can describe characters, settings, central messages, major events, and key details in stories.
    Subject Title Series
Fables Aesop's Fables Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Aesop's Fables
Fables Ants and the Pigeon/Donkey, Rooster and Lion Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Casey At Bat Disney's Animated Fables
Fables Disney's American Legends
Fables Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 1) Disney's Timeless Tales
Fables Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 2) Disney's Timeless Tales
Fables Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 3) Disney's Timeless Tales
Fables Eagle and the Crow Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Elves and the Shoemaker
Fables Farmer and His Sons Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Ferdinand the Bull Disney's Animated Fables
Fables Five Lionni Classics Animal Fables of Leo Lionni
Fables Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Fables Grasshopper and the Ants Disney's Animated Fables
Fables Hansel and Gretel
Fables How the Elephant Got His Trunk Just So Stories
Fables How the Leopard Got His Spots Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Fables India: The Multi-Coloured Jackal Animated Tales of the World
Fables Jack and the Beanstalk Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Fables King Midas and the Golden Touch Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Fables Lion and His Cub and the Boy and the Eagle Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Lion and the Lamb
Fables Lion and the Mouse
Fables Miller and the Ass Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Peter and the Wolf
Fables Peter and the Wolf (Disney)
Fables Regional Tall Tales Greatest American Tall Tales and Fables
Fables Rip Van Winkle Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Fables Rumplestiltskin Reading Rainbow
Fables Rumplestiltskin Familiar Tales Around the World
Fables Seven Blind Mice
Fables Shoemaker and the Elves Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales
Fables Singing Donkey Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Sleeping Beauty Fairy Tale Classics
Fables Strega Nona and More Caldecott Winning Folk Tales
Fables The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Fables The Real Story of the Three Little Pigs
Fables The Red Shoes
Fables The Selfish Giant
Fables There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
Fables Tortoise and the Hare Disney's Animated Fables
Fables Two Woodcutters Wonderful World of Aesop's Fables
Fables Ugly Duckling Disney's Animated Fables
8. How do people make choices to meet their basic economic needs?
  a. This means I can make choices about goods and services needed at home and at school.
    Subject Title Series
Goods and Services Choices, Choices, Choices Hand in Hand: The Ultimate Community Collection
Goods and Services Communities and How They Work
Goods and Services How Our Economy Works: All About Earning and Spending Money Economics Collection
Goods and Services Local Businesses My Community
Goods and Services Production Workers: And the Goods They Make Economics Collection
Goods and Services Service Workers: And the Services They Provide Economics Collection
Goods and Services Starting a Business Economics for Children
Goods and Services U.S. Industries and Resources Economics for Children
Goods and Services Why People Work Community Helpers
Wants and Needs Magic School Bus Hops Home Magic School Bus
Wants and Needs Saving, Spending and Investing Money Economics for Children
Wants and Needs The Difference Between Wants and Needs Economics Collection
Wants and Needs What is Economics? Economics for Children
Wants and Needs Why People Work in a Community Understanding My Community
9. What do plants and animals need to sustain life?
  a. This means I can identify how natural earth materials help to sustain plant and animal life.
    Subject Title Series
Earth Materials Legend of the Indian Paintbrush Reading Rainbow General Education
Earth Materials Properties of Materials Science Clips for Children
Earth Materials Rocks: Solid Earth Materials Earth Science
Earth Materials Rocks: The Solid Earth Materials #1 Earth Science Collection Primary
Earth Materials Uses of Rocks and Minerals Earth Science Collection Primary
Earth Materials Using Natural Resources Science Clips for Children
Earth Materials Weathering and Erosion Forces Shaping the Earth's Surface
10. How do living things change over time?
  a. This means I can describe how living things change over time.
    Subject Title Series
Life Cycle All About Amphibians Animal Life for Children
Life Cycle All About Animal Life Cycles Animal Life for Children
Life Cycle All About Bugs Animal Life for Children
Life Cycle All About Human Life Cycle Human Body for Children
Life Cycle All About Plant and Animal Interdependency Plant Life for Children
Life Cycle Annie and the Old One Literature To Go
Life Cycle Characteristics of Plants Science Clips for Children
Life Cycle Christmas Tree Story
Life Cycle Desert Life: Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus/Alejandro's Gift Reading Rainbow Favorites
Life Cycle Disney Video Library
Life Cycle Ecosystems and Habitats Science Clips for Children
Life Cycle Farming/Life Cycles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Life Cycle Growing Plants: Science in a School Garden
Life Cycle Harold and His Amazing Green Plants
Life Cycle Health and Growth Science Clips for Children
Life Cycle Just Ducky
Life Cycle Life Cycle Nature of Living Things
Life Cycle Life Cycles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Life Cycle Magic School Bus Catches a Wave Magic School Bus
Life Cycle Monarch Butterfly: Milkweed to Mexico World of Nature
Life Cycle Once There Was a Tree Reading Rainbow Science
Life Cycle Penguins Disney's Animal World
Life Cycle Summer Reading Rainbow Science
Life Cycle Surprise, Little Guys! The Cat in the Hat Know A Lot About That!
Life Cycle The Life Cycle of the Honeybee Reading Rainbow Science