Please read with your child every night for at least 25 minutes. Ask your child questions and have discussions about the book you are reading. Consider using works from such great children’s authors as Esphyr Slobodkina and Susan Meddaugh.
Big Idea: Predicting Change
Essential Question: How does asking and answering questions help the reader understand the text?
We are reading “What Will the Weather Be?” by Lynda DeWitt. You may ask your child the following comprehension questions while we are reading “What Will the Weather Be?”:
-What is a Meterologist?
– Describe the difference between a Front and a Cold Front?
-Do you think it is easy or hard to forecast the weather? Support your opinion with details from the text.
-Why is predicting the weather important?
Review the following vocabulary words:
Your child is learning to identify letters and letter sounds. Practice letter sounds daily.
Fundations Basic Keyword Video
Standards: (RL.K.1) Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
(RL.K.4) Ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text.