Daisy Day

By Trish Puharich (JJ No 27)

I am learning to respond to a text using my prior knowledge and experience.

Success Criteria:

  • I can use personal experiences to connect ideas in the text (text to self)
  • I can connect ideas from other texts I have read (text to text)
  • I can use prior knowledge to connect ideas in the text (text to world)

Vocabulary Check:

Use full sentences to answer the following questions

After the daisies are picked what should the students do next?

They smell it and it surprised them.

Is there any kind of flower you like? If so, what is it? If not, do you know any flowers that others like?

Poinsettia is my favourite flower.

Why did the students put all the flower heads down close together so they were touching each other?

 Because they are making something

  Are the children

  artistic? How do you

  know?                

 Because this book is non friction

Why was Room 13 surprised when they saw the daisies at Jamie’s house?

 Because there are so much daisies

Were there some clues in the article that tells us that Jamie might live on a farm?

Because there is a forest near

Why do you think the daisies at Jamie’s house are so giant?

 Because it look like so giant

Have you ever done something where you worked in a team? What was it and who was in your team?

 ‘Yes

 

Spelling:

Write the correct spelling of these words from the text

 

Cuple

 

couple

cuple

Mor

more

mor

Notheng

nothing

 notheng

Realy

 

really

 realy

Rond

 

ro

 rond

Groweng

 

growing

 growing

Paten

 

pattern

 paten

Coru

 

corou

 coro