• "Words to Know"
    Every week we read one story in class from our Scott Foresman Reading Series.
    Below you will find the story title (in color) and the group of words that go with each story.
    Your child should be able to read these words.
    Sam, Come Back!
    in, on, way
    Pig in a Wig
    and, take, up
    The Big Blue Ox
    get, help, use
    A Fox and a Kit
    eat, her, this, too
    Get the Egg!
    saw, small, tree, your
    Animal Park
    home, into, many, them
    A Big Fish for Max
    catch, good, no, put, want
    The Farmer in the Hat
    be, could, horse, old, paper
    Who Works Here?
    live, out, people, who, work
    The Big Circle
    down, inside, now, together, there
    Life in the Forest
    around, find, food, grow, under, water
    Honey Bees
    also, family, new, other, some, their
    An Egg is an Egg
    always, become, day, everything, nothing, stays, things
    Ruby in Her Own Time
    any, enough, ever, every, own, sure, were
    Jan's New Home
    away, car, friends, house, our, school, very
    Frog and Toad Together
    afraid, again, few, how, read, soon
    I'm a Caterpillar
    done, know, push, visit, wait
    Where Are My Animal Friends?
    before, does, good-bye, oh, right, won't
    Mama's Birthday Present
    about, enjoy, gives, surprise, surprised, teacher, worry, would
    The Dot
    colors, draw, drew, great, over, show, sign
    Mister Bones: Dinosaur Hunter
    found, mouth, once, took, wild
    The Lady in the Moon
    above, eight, laugh, moon, touch
    Peter's Chair
    picture, remember, room, stood, thought
    Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper's House
    across, because, dance, only, opened, shoes, told
    Tippy-Toe Chick, Go!
    along, behind, eyes, never, pulled, toward
    Mole and the Baby Bird
    door, loved, should, wood
    Dot & Jabber and the Great Acorn Mystery
    among, another, instead, none
    Simple Machines
    against, goes, heavy, kinds, today
    Alexander Graham Bell
    built, early, learn, science, through
    Ben Franklin and His First Kite
    answered, brothers, carry, different, poor
Last Modified on January 12, 2018