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Name Mystery of the Night Song Lesson 24

High Frequency Words: Spelling Words:


become, busy, eyes, high, listen ice, nice, race, page, edge, large,
remembered, talk, visitor home, those, love, hello

Day 1
Read and write spelling words and high frequency words.
Read What is in the Hedge pages 220-227 at least two times.
Parent Initials Read #1_______ Read #2_______
Find the words with c that sound like s and words with g that sounds like j. These are words like edge and ridge
or city and center. Use each word only once.

Day 2
Read and write spelling words and high frequency words.
Read Focus Skill pages 228-229. Read Words to Know pages 230-231. Parent Initials ________
Choose a high-frequency word to complete each sentence.
A see will ______________ a flower one day.
They are ____________ getting ready for the party.
Her ____________ are brown.
A tall building reaches __________ in the sky.
Please _______________ to what I say.
I _________________ to bring my homework.
A _______________ is coming to our class.
Day 3
Read and write spelling words and high frequency words.
Read Mystery of the Night Song pages 232-253 at least two times.
Parent Initials Read #1________ Read #2 ________
Think about the story and answer the following questions.
Pages 234-235 What is Ann listening to?

Pages 236-237 Do you think the children live close to each other? Why do you think that?

Page 240-241 Was Ann’s mother singing last night? What was she doing?

Pages 242-243 Do they find out who the night singer is? How do you know?

Pages 246-247 Why do the children think it is important that Mrs. Price may have a visitor?

Pages 248-249 Who was the mystery night singer?

Day 4 Parent Initials Read #1________


Read and write spelling words and high frequency words.
Read Make Some Music pages 254-255.
Is this story fiction or nonfiction?

Ann, Kate, and Roger solved a mystery. What mystery would you like to solve? Write two sentences telling
about a mystery you would like to solve.
Remember to review your spelling words and story!