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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

First Quarter

Date: _____________________________

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

Week 1 1st Quarter

OBJECTIVES:

Read words with short o in CVC pattern

Read phrases, sentences and stories using short a e i o CVC in combination with sight words and
vocabulary words learned from the literature

Words with Short Oo Sound

cob
job
rob
mob

box
pox
fox
Rox

cop
hop
top
pop

mop
dot
hot
got

Phrases

on top of the mop


Bob and Rox
lots of dots
a cop on a cot
jots on the pad
pops out of the box

Sentences

A Big Box
There is a pot in the box.
There is a fox in the box.
There is a cop in the box.
There is a top in the box.
There is a mop in the box.
What a big box it is!
- N.N. Hermosa

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lot
not
hot
jot

pot
cot
rot
tot

WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

Week 2 1st Quarter

OBJECTIVES:

Read for fluency words, phrases, sentences, and stories containingox, -op, and ot word
families plus sight words

Read words, phrases, sentences, and stories containing od, -og, -om, -on, andoy word families
plus sight words

Rice Porridge Hot


(Song)
Rice porridge hot
Rice porridge cold
Rice porridge in the pot
Nine days old.

Some like it hot


Some like it cold
Some like it in the pot
Nine days old.

Words with Short Oo Sound


-ob
Bob
cob
job
nod
rob

-od
cod
God
nod
pod
rod

-og
hog
log
fog

Sight Words
away
down
eat
here
one
three
wont

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again
after
any
could
from
little

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-om
Rom
Tom

-on
Dom
Don
Jon
son
ton

WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3


A Log in the Bog in the Fog
by N. N. Hermosa

There is a log in the bog,


A log in the bog in the fog.
Along comes Tom
With his pretty mom.
They sit on the log in the bog,
On the log in the bog in the fog.
And here comes a dog
With a very big hog.
They sit on the log in the bog,
On the log in the bog in the fog.
Oh my God! says Jon,
On that log there is a hog!
I wont sit on that log in the bog
On that log in the bog in the fog.
Where is the log?
Where is the log in the bog in the fog?
What log, my dear?
There is nothing there.

Date: _____________________________

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3


OBJECTIVE:

Week 3 1st Quarter

Read and write short u vowel in simple stories


Words with Short Uu Sound
-ug
bug
dug
hug
jug
mug
pug
rug
tug

-um
bum
gum
hum
mum
rum
sum

-un
bun
fun
gun
nun
run
sun

-ub
cub
rub
tub

-up
cup
pup
sup

-ud
Jud
mud
sud
bud
cud

Sample Phrases with Short Uu Sound


a bug on a rug a cup, a mug, and a jug
under the sun my sons Jud and Hud
run and play a cub in the tub

Sample Sentences with Short Uu Sound


Is there water in the jug?
The nun is under the sun.
Judson, the cop, has a gun.
A cub dug a hole in the mud.

Sight Words (Colors)


black
pink
blue
red
brown
violet
gray
white
green
yellow
orange

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3


OBJECTIVE:

Week 4 1st Quarter

Read words, phrases and sentences with short u sound

A. Let the pupils read the following words.


fun
gum
cut
run
jump
nut
sun
mud
hut

B. Let the pupils read these phrases.


fun under the sun
sometimes cut out pictures
sunny days
must gather nuts
must run fast
high jump
chewing gum
mud hole

C. Ask the pupils to read these sentences.


1. We have fun under the sun.
2. We must run fast in a race.
3. We jump high over mud holes
4. We draw and sometimes cut out pictures.
5. We must gather nuts.
6. We like chewing gum.

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3


OBJECTIVE:

Week 5 1st Quarter

Read and write words with l blends


(Refer to Activity 58 of Lm, p.72)
Do the CLOZE the GAP game. Copy the sentences in your notebook. Choose from the word bank below
the missing word to complete each sentence.

WORD BANK:
place

plane

plastic

plate

player

plumber

1. James Yap is a good basketball ______________ .


2. He goes to Cebu by____________ and not by boat if the game is held there.
3. A __________ came to fix our kitchen sink.
4. A used spoon, fork,________ and saucer are washed in the kitchen sink.
5. The kitchen sink is not the ________ to put the garbage in.
6. We throw fruit peelings, used paper and _____ trash in the garbage can.
Using pl blend
Read the words aloud in the BRAIN LIST.

blue

blade

bloom

blow

black

clock

clip

clay

cleans

claps

clown

(Show pictures of the following)

plant
plastic
plate

plane
player
plumber

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

OBJECTIVE:

Week 6 1st Quarter

Pronounce words with r blends

Introduce the sounds: br cr dr tr gr pr fr through the pictures of:

brunch

crab

drum

frog

grass

present

Say: When two consonant letters are beside each other in a word, their sounds blend.
Example:
frog - /f/ and /r/ blend when we say the word frog.
grass - /g/ and /r/ blend when we say the word grass.
present - /p/ and /r/ blend when we say the word present.
truck - /t/ and /r/ blend when we say the word truck.
/fr/, /gr/, /pr/, and /tr/ are -r blends.
Say: This time, let us read the sentences with r blends.
1. A truck hit my fruit tree.
2. A lot of fruit fell from the tree.
3. The fruit fell on the green grass below.
4. The fruit was to be a present for my friends.
5. Now, I have nothing to bring to them.
6. Many branches of the tree broke, too.
7. One big branch fell into the pond.
8. It made a loud noise like a drum.
9. Frogs jumped out of the pond.
10. Crabs left the pond, too.
Ask:
1. What did a truck hit? (fruittree)
2. What fell from the tree? (fruitfrom the tree)
3. On what did it fall? (on the green grass below the tree)
4. What was the fruit meant to be? (apresent for friends)
5. What will happen now? (has nothing to bring to friends)
6. What else happened to the tree? (manybranches broke)
7. What fell into the pond? (one big branch of the tree)
8. What kind of noise did it make? (a loud noise like that of a drum)
9. What jumped out of the pond? (frogs)
10. What else left the pond? (crabs)

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

OBJECTIVE:

Week 6 1st Quarter

Read and write phrases of one- syllable words with r blends


Say: Read the words aloud.
blue
black
branch
frog

blood
grass

clay
present

clown
truck

clip
drum

Say: Let us name the pictures.


brush dress crib
cross trap grab

Say: This time, let us read the sentences with r-blends.


1. I brush my teeth after every meal.
2. I put on a clean dress after my bath.
3. I sing to my baby brother in his crib.
4. I see a mouse in the rat trap.
5. The mouse tried to grab the piece of bread in the trap.
6. I go over my answers with check and cross marks in a test.

(Refer to Activity 69 of LM, p.80)


Copy the sentences in your notebook. Choose from the given words the one that makes the most sense for each
sentence. Write it on the blank.
a. I wash and iron my________.
brush dress
b. I use a _____ to clean my shoes.
brush dress
c. Look at the baby asleep in a ________ .
crib trap
d. Look at he mouse caught in a ______________.
crib trap
e. Correct the wrong answer marked with a _____.
brush cros

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

OBJECTIVE:

Week 7 1st Quarter

Read words with short a, e, and i sounds

Have a flashcard drill of sight words.


(Refer your pupils to LM-Activity 74 on page 84)

Read Words and Phrases


A. Do you remember the words with short o and u
sounds? Read the following words.
bud

got

bus

hungry

lots

sum

up

shop

hub

B. Read the phrases with short o and u sounds.


a hungry turtle

lots of food

on the bus

had to shop

went up

got his cart

food hub

sum of money

(Refer your pupils to LM-Activity 76 on page 86)


A.

it

Have the children read aloud the words in A, by columns. Then call on whole class, small groups,
and individual child to read a column of words at a time. If needed, you can model how a word
should be read.

with

is

red

him

black

his

can

when

B. Do the same with the phrases in B. Ask questions to see if pupils know the meaning of the phrases.

black top

can go up

will be down

when it is cold

his new car

took him time

red car

when it is warm

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

OBJECTIVE:

Week 7 1st Quarter

Read and write words with S-blends

Present the Teaching Chart for the s-blends.


Words with sc, sk, sl, sn, sp, st, sw, spl, str, scr, sm, spr Sounds

sc
scarf
scab
scuff
scar
score

sk
skit
skip
skin
skull
sketch

sl
slam
slab
slap
sled
slow

sn
snack
snap
sniff
snip
snail

sp
sport
spin
spill
spell
spot

st
stop
star
stem
stick
stamp

sw
swim
swat
swell
switch
swift

(Refer pupils to LM-Activity 79 on page 88)

Have children do Exercise A, then read the words aloud after they have completed them.

star

sled

swim

spots

stop

Exercise B. Read the phrases.

skip the snack


sweet smile
stop and smell
spin and scream
scratch the scab

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sm
Small
smell
smog
smile
small

WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

OBJECTIVE:

Week 8 1st Quarter

Read and write simple stories with final blends


Say: Let us study these pairs of words.
A

Singular Plural
tray trays
day days
joy joys
key keys
toy toys
monkey monkey

Singular Plural
daisy daisies
lily lilies
lady ladies
puppy puppies
jelly jellies

Ask: What letter comes before y in the words in the box A? What do we add to nouns ending in y with a vowel
before it? What letter comes before y in the words in box B? How do we form the plural of nouns ending in y with a
consonant before it? Say: Noun ending in y with a vowel before it form their plural by adding s only. Examples: family
families city cities
Guided Practice
Say: Work by pairs. Lets talk about the pictures on the chart. Set a partner. Your partner will give the singular and the
plural form of the objects in the picture while you will make a sentence using the plural form of the noun in the picture.
toys
turkeys
monkeys
ladies
fairies
Independent Practice
Say: Complete the poem. Give the plural forms of the nouns in the parenthesis. Refer your pupils
to LM Activity 86 on page 94.

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 9 1st Quarter

Read simple stories with words with l, r, s and final blends


Say: Tell something about each picture and the guesses you made.
(Lemon at the beginning of the story.)
(Lemon with his sewing machine.)
(Lemon open his cabinet.)
(Lemon wears clown suit with stitches.)
Talk about Picture 1. Ask: What was your groups guess when I asked, What do you think will Lemon do? Was
your groups guess correct? What really happened in the story?
Talk about Picture 2. Ask: What was your guess when I asked, How do you think will Lemon s clothes look
like? Was your groups guess correct? What really happened in the story?
Talk about Picture 3. Ask: What was your guess when I asked How do you think will everybody feel about the
clothes Lemon wore at the party? Was your groups guess correct? What really happened in the story?
Talk about Picture 4. Ask: What was your guess when I asked, How do you think will the story end? Was your
groups guess correct? What really happened in the story?

Read the words and phrases.

classmates

speeding

splashed

best

proud

cried

green

speeding car

felt very proud

splashed water

best of all

shiny black shoes

three clips

classmates in school

a green cap

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school

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3

Second Quart

Date:__________________________________________

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WORD RECOGNITION FOR GRADE 3


OBJECTIVE:

Week 1 2nd Quarter

Read words with digraph /ch/ (final) as in catch (1st half)

Say: How are ch sounded in chocolate, change and much? Can you hear /c/? Can you hear /h/?
A different sound is given to ch. The sound of ch is /ch/.
Let the pupils sound it three times.
Model reading the words and let the pupils read after you.
Words with /ch/

chips
chin

check
chest

chick
children

cherry
chicken

Chop
chocolat
e
Chair
champ

choose
chew
cheese

Activity
Say: Now lets identify the pictures by completing the words with ch. Read the words, then the
phrases and the sentences with /ch/ in that order.
Refer the pupils to LM Activity 107 on pages 114-115.

Words Ending with /ch/


catch
scratch
watch
branch
ranch

much
such
bunch
rich
inch

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bench
sketch
reach

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 2 2nd Quarter

Decode words with consonant digraphs: /ck/, /th/, and /ph/


Decode words with consonant digraph /sh/

Say: I have here on the board a list of words and pictures they represent. I will read each set of words three times.
On my first reading just listen to me read the words. On the second time, I will read each word and repeat after me.
On the third time, you all read the set by yourselves. We will do the same thing to the next to the next two sets of
words.
/ck/

/th/

/ph/

picture duck

picture

thirty

picture

pharmacy

picture

picture

cloth

picture

Philippines

picture lock

picture

teeth

picture

telephone

sack

picture

thigh

picture

photo

picture

clock

Say: Lets have more words with sh. Let the pupils read the words in a teaching chart. Make sure that the pupils
know the meaning of each word through vocabulary development activities such as pictures, action and context.

Teaching Chart: Words with sh


ship
shift
shrill
shine

shell
shed
shelf
sheet

shack
shall
shape
shake

shop
shore
shock
shut

Teaching Chart: Words with sh


ash
crash
flash
trash

splash
smash
clash
wash

brush
crush
rush
bush

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wish
fish
dish
finish

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 3 2nd Quarter

Read and write words with long vowel /a/

Present the pictures and the words. Let the class read the words.

cake

lake

illustrate

take

illustrate

make

illustrate

rake

illustrate

bake

illustrate

shade

Word Instruction
Flash BRAIN LIST for fast reading ( flash words one by one)
run

fog

wash

wish

bake

Jake

fun

jog

cash

fish

take

Kate

fall

mash

dash

dish

make

mate

tall

rash

Flash the BRAIN LIST for fast reading.


/a/ke pattern
bake
cake
make
lake
sake
rake
wake

/ a/te pattern
gate
late
mate
date
Kate
rate

/a/ve pattern
save
gave
Dave
cave

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/a/pe
cape
tape
nape

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 4 2nd Quarter

Long vowel word ending in silent e: as in bake

Introduce more words with long /a/ and silent e in ame and ale family. Be sure to illustrate or act out each word
before the pupils read them.

Teaching Chart
-ame
dame
fame
game
flame
frame
name
shame

-ale
male
pale
sale
scale
stale
tale
whale

Guided Practice
Refer the pupils to LM Activity 141 on page 161.

Independent Practice
Refer the pupils to LM Activity 142 on page 161.

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 5 2nd Quarter

Decode cvc words with long /i/

Say: Read the word under the picture. Model how the word should be read. Let us spell chime: c-h-i-m-e. Point to
the letters as you do so. What is the vowel in the middle? What is the sound of iin chime? Read the word again.
Read the following sentences and present the flashcard of the highlighted word as you say it then put each word in
the pocket chart or board.
The grasshopper has a clock with a chime.
The clock chimed nine times at night.
chimed

nine

night

Present the Teaching Chart for the words with long /i/.

Teaching Chart

chime

night

sight

time

light

nine

child

slide

fight

bite

ride

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bright

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 6 2nd Quarter

Read frequently occurring irregular verbs (eat - ate)


Activity 1
Among the words on the board, look for the right past form of the following irregular verbs:

Irregular verbs

Past Form

hurt

_________

lay

_________

break

_________

put

_________

After the children have chosen the right answers, ask them:
What did you notice with the verbs when they are in the past form?
What two verbs remained the same in their past form?
What two verbs showed a change in their past form? What change took place?

Group Activity
Say: Now let us play like a cat and dog. One volunteer from each group will be the It or the cat. They have to
jump on the right past form of the verb they are holding in order to get the bone. If they jump on to the wrong verb,
they will fall and the dog will get the bone instead.
ride

blow

fight

rides

rode

blew

blowed

fighted

fought

Say: What did you notice about the past form of the verbs?
What was added at the end of the verbs? Why?
What do we call this verb then?

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 7 2nd Quarter

Read words with the long vowel /o/ and ending in silent e as in hose
Read frequently occurring irregular verbs

Say: Sometimes, letter o, in words that end in e like bone and cone, is pronounced as /ow/.
Let us say the following words correctly.

bone
lone

3.

cone
tone

hone
phone

Guided Practice
Refer the class to LM, Lesson 171B.

4.

Independent Practice
Refer the class to LM, Lesson 171C.

Say: Let us study the following examples.


run-ran
get-got
give-gave
ride-rode
know-knew

ring-rang
rise-rose
sing-sang
sit-sat
throw-threw

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swim-swam
wake-woke
write-wrote
win-won
drive-drove

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 8 2nd Quarter

Blend phonemes (sounds) in CVCCC words

Lets read the action words/verbs in our paragraph.

cooked

helped

prepared

poured

Ask: What do you noticed about these action words. Lets study the chart below.
Base Form
cook
pour
prepare
help

Add
-ed
-ed
-ed
-ed

Past Form
cooked
poured
prepared
helped

Present words from the paragraph with the CVCCC pattern.


What spelling pattern do these words have?
Lets blend the sound given to the consonants that come one
after another in the underlined syllables of these words?
/g/e/n/t/l/y/ =
/b/u/b/b/l/y/=

gently
bubbly

Now, clap your hands every time you say blend sounds in the words that Ill flash. Then read the whole word.

tenths

sixths

rafts

humbly

tight

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gifts

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 8 2nd Quarter

Read words with the long vowel /o/ and ending in silent e as in hose

Read the following phrases.


a kingdom shaped like a cone

his golden robe

no rain in his zone

a magic stove

hard as stone

around the globe

called by phone

far and near

now his home

loud and clear

could not leave all alone

have no fear

Write in your notebooks at least four sentences using any of the


following words. Be sure to have all four types of sentences: declarative,
imperative, exclamatory and interrogative.

close
those
chose
pose
nose
hose
rose
froze

zone
tone
lone
phone
cone
throne
stone
bone

dome
home
hope
rope
vote
note
drove
stove

choke
smoke
broke
mole
stole
hole
globe
robe

OBJECTIVE:

Week 9 2nd Quarter

Decode words with long vowel words ending in silent e: long u as in cube

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Long /u/ as in cube
Read these words and phrases.

duke

the duke

excused

excused himself

muse

the lovely muse

amusing

the amusing kingdom

introduce

to introduce Muley

Read the story and answer the questions that follow.

Muley Mule and the Duke

Once upon a time there was a king who owned a cute mule. He named it Muley.

Third Quarter
Muley, the mule, looks like a horse. Muley, the mule, looks like a donkey.

One night in the middle of a celebration, the duke excused himself. The duke and Muley wanted to visit
the muse of the Amusing Kingdom. He wanted to introduce Muley to the muse.
When they arrived at the Amusing Kingdom, the muse went out and looked at Muley. She instantly
loved the cute Muley. She went back to her room. She got a bottle of perfume and gave the duke and Muley a
kiss and the perfume.

Questions:
1. Have you ever seen a mule?
2. Who owns Muley, the mule?
3. Why did the king excuse himself in the middle of the celebration?
4. Where did the duke and Muley, the mule, go?
5. Why did they go there?
6. What did the muse give the king and Muley?

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 1 3rd Quarter

Read and write words, phrases and sentences with oi and oy diphthongs
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A. Read the phrases.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Roys yellow toy 6. joins the boys


two coy boys 7. jumps with joy
Roy and the boys 8. your toy
destroyed soy 9. dont destroy
field of soy 10. toil on the field

B. Read the story aloud and answer your teachers questions.


Roy and the Field of Soy
Mil Flores-Ponciano and Leo Go

Father works in the field. He toils in the field.


Two coy boys go with Father to dig the field of soy.
Roy, with a yellow toy, joins the coy boys.
Father warns Roy and the coy boys.
Dont destroy the soy. Dont play with your toy.
But the boys and Roy still play and jump with joy.
They jump on the moist soil and the soy was destroyed.
Now Father has no soy to harvest. He is annoyed.
1. Who works in the field?
A. Roy
B. the boys
C. Father
2. Who help Father dig the field of soy?
A. Roy
B. the boys
C. Troy
3. What does Father plant in the field?
A. coy
B. soy
C. toy
4. What is Fathers warning to the boys?
a. Dont harvest the soy.
b. Don destroy the soy.
5. What do Roy and the boys do in the field?
A. join
B. jump
C. point
6. What happened to the field of soy?
A. annoyed
B. destroyed
C. coiled
7. How will you describe Roy and the boys?
a. not obedient b. not honest
c. not respectful

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c. Dont oil the soy.

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 2 3rd Quarter

Read words, phrases and sentences with au and ow dipthongs

A. Read the words


sauce

yawn

paw

sausage

lawn

law

fault

pawn

straw

crawl

vault

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 3 3rd Quarter

Read and write words with ou and ow diphthongs

Read the words.


house
bound
blouse
sound
louse
round
mouse
ground
found
pound

owl
fowl
down
gown
town
frown

brown
crown

OBJECTIVE:
Date:__________________________________________

Week 4 3rd Quarter

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Read and write words with oa digraph as in goat

Read the following phrases

one fat goat


a blue coat
brown loaf on the plate
a yellow old cloak

wet soap
bog on the ground
on the wide road

OBJECTIVE:

Week 5 3rd Quarter

Read words, phrases, sentences and stories containing words with digraph ee as in sheep

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Read the following phrases.


1. a jeep along the street
2. fifteen free deer
3. three teeth
4. rolling wheel
5. tree beside the house
C. Read the sentences. Write the sentence numbers in the boxes above
each picture to show what the sentences say.
1. Fifteen deer hop on the grass.
2. A fast jeep moves along the street.
3. The baby has three teeth.
4. A wheel rolls on my feet.
5. There is a tree beside our house.

OBJECTIVE:

Week 6 3rd Quarter

Read and write words, phrases and short sentences with ea diagraphs

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B. Read the phrases.


1. crowded beach
2. the coming year
3. a slice of meat
4. a kind beast
5. a clean ear
6. the crows beak

OBJECTIVE:

Week 7 3rd Quarter

Read and write words, phrases and sentences with ei and ie diagraph

A. Read the words.

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grieve
believe
piece
pie

cried
fried

necktie
untie
tie

friend
patient

OBJECTIVE:

Week 8 3rd Quarter

Read and write words, phrases and sentences with long /i/ sounds

A. Write the name of each picture in your notebook.


hair
rain
paint
nail
stair
grain
tail
jail
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stain

rainbow

mail

railway

Read the
phrases.
1. red nail
2. pair of hair
clip
3. rainbow
across the
4. fresh air
from the farm
5. long tail of
horse

sky

OBJECTIVE:

Week 9 3rd
Quarter
Read and write
words, phrases and
sentences with ay
diagraph

A. Read the following phrases.


the way to the hall
crayons for May
display on the
hallway
a basketball player

a bright sun ray


a happy rainy day
three stray cats
train on a railway

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Fourth Quarte

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OBJECTIVE:

Week 1 4th Quarter

Read words, phrases and sentences using ight words.

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1. Light makes the room (bright, dark).


2. The bight makes the rope (longer, shorter).
3. It is (bad, good) to start a fight.
4. Manny carries the (big, small) stone with all his might.
5. (Stars, Sun) can be seen at night.
6. My teacher usually gives (a point, zero) to every right answer.

B. Read the phrases.


light during the dark night
may make it right
with all his might
a light in sight
must never fight

OBJECTIVE:

Week 2 4th Quarter

Read words and phrases, with ough (sounded as /f/ and //)

-ough Words
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A. Read the following words. What is the difference between the two sets of
ough words?
/o/ /f/
bough cough
dough tough
although rough
enough
B. Read the following phrases.
a light on a bough cough at daytime
dough on the table a tough blow
although busy a rough road
through the night
Read the following.
1. Time is tough.
2. It is difficult to run in a rough path.
3. My money is just enough to buy food for lunch.
4. Although Mother is busy, she still finds time to take care of us.
Read the poem.
What Should I do?
By: Ma. Criselda G. Ocang

What should I do?


The times are tough, the trees are gone
The path is rough; the garbage is around
we need to do something John
What should I do?
Should I go and campaign
though resources are limited
Or plant a tree with a friend
although time is restricted?
Should I stand still and eat dough instead
Or go and till the soil and let boughs grow?

OBJECTIVE:

Week 3 4th Quarter

Read words, phrases and a poem with wr- beginning words

Read the following.


wraps and taps
wreath for Christmas
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a flying wren
needs a wrench
wrings the towel
wrinkle in an old womans face
to write a letter
Read the following.
never wrong wrap a gift
write a letter a wreath or a wren
than her wrinkle wring a shirt
Read the following poem.
It Is Never Wrong to Say I Love You
By: Ma. Criselda G. Ocang

It is never wrong!
I just really love her
I want to wrap a gift or write a letter.
I want to give a Valentine wreath or a wren or whatever.
It is never wrong
I want to tell grandmother
My love for her is deeper than her wrinkle
I want to tell her I love her.
It is never wrong!
To say I love her.
It is never wrong to say
I love you grandmother!
Questions:
1. What is never wrong?
2. Is it all right to say I love you?
3. Have you ever given a gift to anyone? Why did you give them a gift?

OBJECTIVE:

Week 4 4th Quarter

Read a grade three level text

Irregularly Spelled Words


Remember:
Irregularly spelled words are read differently.
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Not all letters are sounded.

Let us read each word. Write the word in your notebook and cross out the
letters that are not sounded.
1. again ___ ____ ____ ____ _____
2. because ___ ___ ___ ____ ____ _____ ____
3. earth ____ ____ ____ ____ _____
4. height ____ ____ _____ _____ _____ _____
5. Wednesday ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
6. come ____ ______ _____ _____
7. could _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
8. does ____ _____ ______ _____

OBJECTIVE:

Week 5 4th Quarter

Spell irregularly spelled words correctly.

Irregularly-spelled Words
Read the following words. Then, tell me what letters are not sounded out in each word.
enough
please
knife

said
again

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Say:

Let us have the game Pass the Baton. I will show a word written on a flashcard. You will trace
the name of each letter of the word while saying the letter names. Then read the word.

Cover the word and let them write the word again in the air while spelling it.
Repeat until all words had been read and spelled. Words written in the flashcards are:
1. enough
2. please
3. knife
4. said
5. again

Copy the following sentences in your notebook. Then encircle the


irregularly-spelled words in each sentence.
1. Please, give me a glass of water.
2. Mother said that we are going to the market tomorrow.
3. His money is just enough for lunch.
4. My sister will be home soon.
5. I love my family very much.

OBJECTIVE:

Week 6 4th Quarter

Read possessive pronouns

Practice reading this poem in groups. The first group will ask the questions
while the second group will answer.
Are These Mine, Yours, Hers or His?
By: Ma. Criselda C. Ocang

On a table, I saw a guava, a flower, and a bean.


A guava, a flower, and a bean?
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Who owns all these, Ben?
These might have been taken from my garden.
Oh Ben, is this guava yours?
Ben, oh Ben, is this flower yours?
Ben, is this bean yours?
Oh, Lina, is this guava yours?
Lina, oh Lina, is this flower yours?
Lina, is this bean yours?
Ben owns the guava. Its his.
Lina owns the flower. Its hers.

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