What do you see in the picture that is evidence for your claim?
Be sure to tell how what you see shows they are helping each other.
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First Graders, you are studying plants in science. Plants are important to people for many reasons but one very big reason is because we get a lot of our food from plants. Keep this idea in your mind as you read this book, Where Does Our Food Come From?
Make a claim about the big idea the author wants you to know from reading this book. Use evidence from words and pictures in the book to support your claim.
(CCSS ELA-Literacy Rl.1.2; CCSS ELA-Literacy Rl.1.6; CCSS ELA-Literacy Rl 1.7)
On page 6, the author says, "Then the fruits and vegetables can go right to your table." Think about the information the author has given so far in the book and tell what you think this sentence means and why?
(CCSS ELA-Literacy Rl.1.2; CCSS ELA-Literacy Rl.1.4)
First grade friends, you have many friends at school and at home and you know a lot about them.
Read this story, What Is a Pal?
While you are reading, think about the authors words and the pictures in this book that tell about friends. What does the author want you to know about friends?
Why are friends important? Tell what in the book makes you say that. (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.1.1)
What Is a Pal? begins on page 15
When you read What Is a Pal? you thought about the author's words and the pictures that told you why friends are important. We will read this poem, Damon and Blue together.