Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Big Question: When does a problem
need a clever solution?
Author:
George Shannon
Genre:
Animal Fantasy
SMALL GROUP
Timer
BIG QUESTION
BIG QUESTION: WHEN DOES A PROBLEM
NEED A CLEVER SOLUTION?
DAY 1
DAY 2
DAY 3
DAY 4
DAY 5
Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Day 1
Daily Fix-it
1. The blu car is fast than the red car.
2. The yellow car are the fastist.
Unit 5 Tippy Toe Chick - Day 1
Daily Fix-it
1. The blu car is fast than the red car.
The blue car is faster than the red
car.
2. The yellow car are the fastist.
The yellow car is the fastest.
Unit 5 Tippy Toe Chick - Day 1
Morning Warm-up
Some problems are hard to solve.
Some only get fixed because
someone had a clever idea. When
does a problem need a clever
solution?
Unit 5 Tippy toe Chick - Day 1
Oral Vocabulary
• clever
• intend
• predicament
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
Amazing Words
• clever If you are clever, you have a quick
mind.
• intend When you intend to do something,
you plan to do it.
• predicament When you are in a predicament, you
have a problem.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
snow
ow
owl
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now
cow
howl
down
brown
clown
ow l
n ow
c ow
h ow l
d ow n
br ow n
cl ow n
Blend and Build Words
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h ow
fr ow n
g ow n
pl ow
ch ow
sc ow l
cr ow d
p ow d er
brow
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
Word Reading - ow/ou
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plow
drown
snow
town
gown
now
frown
crow
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show
scowl
grown
how
brow
crown
tower
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
Predicament
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
Solutions
1. Reading WB page 123
2. Spelling WB page 97
3. Journal - List animals that live on
farms.
4. AR test
5. Centers
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 1
Daily Journal Writing
Day 1
List animals you
might see in a
garden.
Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Day 2
Daily Fix-it
3. I have too doges.
4. Are the cats runing on you’re wall?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Daily Fix-it
3. I have too doges.
I have two dogs.
4. Are the cats runing on you’re wall?
Are the cats running on your wall?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Morning Warm-up
Today we will read about Mrs.
Chicken. Listen closely. Think
about the story. What is Mrs.
Chicken’s clever idea?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Amazing Words
• proudly When you walk
proudly, you
hold your head
high and look
pleased with
yourself.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
silly
turtle
tur tle
When a word ends
in a consonant plus
le, the consonant
and le usually make
up the word’s last
syllable.
button
lit tle
mid dle
jin gle
wad dle
rat tle
bub ble
dan gle
jun gle
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Blend and Build Words
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gig gle
can dle
bot tle
ped dle
hud dle
hur dle
simple
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Word Reading - Syllables
consonant + le
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juggle
power
cuddle
handle
babble
tower
settle
cattle
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rowboat
tumble
garden
crinkle
riddle
basket
rumble
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
1. Reading WB page 124, 125, 126
2. Spelling WB page 98
3. Journal - Draw a picture of a chick.
Write facts you know about chicks.
4. AR test
5. Centers
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 2
Daily Journal Writing
Day 2
Write facts you know
about chicks.
Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Day 3
Daily Fix-it
5. Fix the door, dan
6. mop the floor, kate.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
Daily Fix-it
5. Fix the door, dan
Fix the door, Dan.
6. mop the floor, kate.
Mop the floor, Kate.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
Morning Warm-up
Today we will read about Little Chick
and how she solved her problem.
What do you do when you have a
problem?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
Amazing Words
 plumper If something is
plump, it is full and
round. When
something gets
plumper, it gets
bigger.
 scrawny If something is
scrawny, it is very
thin.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
scowl
 When you come to
a new word, look at
all the letters in the
word and think
about its vowel
sounds. Say the
sounds in the word
to yourself and then
read the word.
paddle
ow l
un cle
dr ow n
st ar tle
cr ow d
th i m ble
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
Word Reading
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little
down
now
frown
wow
able
how
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
Build Words
ow
now
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 3
consonant plus le
tattle
How
Dogs
Protect
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick Day 3
Sometimes animals
have to share the
same places. This
can be a problem if
they don’t like each
other. We are going
to read a story about
a young chick. The
chick is hungry, but a
guard dog is scaring
it away from its food.
We’ll find out if the
chick knows how to
outsmart the big dog.
Vocabulary
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disagreed
breath
tippy-toe
favorite
potato bugs
High - Frequency Words
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along
across
eyes
stood
behind
wait
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pulling
again
never
every
toward
Unit 5 Tippy-toe Chick
Synonyms
• The big chicks laugh at Little Chick.
• The chicks giggle at a funny joke.
Selection Word
laugh
mad
promise
big
grumpy
Unit 5 Tippy-toe Chick - Day 3
Synonyms
1. Reading WB page 127
2. Spelling WB page 99
3. Journal - Write about favorite snacks
and how to make or get them.
4. AR test
5. Centers
Unit 5 Tippy-toe Chick - Day 3
Daily Journal Writing
Day 3
Write about favorite
snacks and how to
make or get them.
Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Day 4
Daily Fix-it
7. tie your shoes, please?
8. do knot skip in the hall.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
Daily Fix-it
7. tie your shoes, please?
Tie your shoes, please.
8. do knot skip in the hall.
Do not skip in the hall.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
Morning Warm-up
Today we will read about some
mice who intend to solve their
problem. But their idea isn’t as
clever as they thought. Is there only
one way to solve a problem?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
Amazing Words
• advice Advice is an
idea about how to
act or solve a
problem.
• wise People who are
wise make good
decisions.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
pulled
along
never
toward
eyes
behind
• Would you like to come __________
with me?
• Names part of a face _____________
• Opposite of ahead _____________
• Opposite of always _____________
• Opposite of away from ____________
• Opposite of pushed _____________
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
quickly
hopeful
- ly
food
- ful
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
Word Reading
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told
before
noon
stay
later
thankful
because
only
rain
May
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quickly
newest
shoes
dance
opened
zoomed
across
play
does
push
Read Words in Context
• I told Sam to come before noon and
stay later than five.
• We were thankful because only a little
rain fell.
• May quickly put on her newest shoes
and went to the dance.
• Rick opened the latch and zoomed
across the yard to play.
• Does Dad like to push Jake on the
swing?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
1. Reading WB page 128, 129
2. Spelling WB page 100
3. Journal - Write about a time when
you had a great idea that solved a
problem.
4. AR test
5. Centers
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 4
Daily Journal Writing
Day 4
Write about a time
when you had a
great idea that
solved a problem.
Tippy-Toe Chick, GO!
Day 5
Daily Fix-it
9. Give grace the book
10. did you throw the ball
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
Daily Fix-it
9. Give grace the book
Give Grace the book.
10. did you throw the ball
Did you throw the ball?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
Morning Warm-up
This week we read about
predicaments. We also read about
wise advice. When does a
predicament need a wise solution?
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
Word Work
• Did the dog’s howl startle you?
• The puzzle clues go across and
down.
• My uncle has a big brown cow.
• The little clown has a twinkle in her
eyes.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
never
behind
eyes
pulling
toward
along
The little train runs _______ the town,
__________ cars uphill and down.
__________ stopping, going strong,
Chug, chug, chugging right ________.
Then it runs ___________ the rise,
And vanishes before my _________.
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
1. Handwriting sheet
2. Reading WB page 130
3. Journal - Write about a problem you
have solved.
4. AR test
5. Centers
Unit 5 Tippy-Toe Chick - Day 5
Daily Journal Writing
Day 5
Write about a
problem you have
solved.
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