Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Paired Passages: Linking Fact to Fiction Grade 1

Paired Passages: Linking Fact to Fiction Grade 1

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Strand - Reading Standards: Literature, Grade 1

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.1.2: Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.1.3: Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.1.1: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.1.5: Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.1.4: Identify words and phrases in stories or poems that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RL.1.7: Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RL.1.9: Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RL.1.10: With prompting and support, read prose and poetry of appropriate complexity for grade 1.

Passage Pages
The Hot Dog Mystery 9 to 11
Jumping High 13 to 15
Only Pizza 17 to 19
What Aunt Bea Had 21 to 23
What Ken Did 25 to 27
The Monster 29 to 31
Where the Hat Could Be 33 to 35
The Strange Horses 37 to 39
The Red Sea 41 to 43
The Tiger's Warning 45 to 47
When the Lights Went Out 49 to 51
What the Dog Wanted 53 to 55
The Floating Egg 57 to 59
Help for the Doctor 61 to 63
Letter From a Pen Pal 65 to 67
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Fast Pitcher 73 to 75
The Beast that Ran Away 77 to 79
The Missing Teeth 81 to 83
All the Bears 85 to 87
Seeing Birds that Swim 89 to 91
Seeing with Closed Eyes 93 to 95
A Swimmer's Diary 97 to 99
What They Could Eat but Could Not Say 101 to 103
Sarah and the Giant 105 to 107

Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 1

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.1.1: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.1.3: Describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.1.2: Identify the main topic and retell key details of a text.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.1.4: Ask and answer questions to help determine or clarify the meaning of words and phrases in a text.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.1.6: Distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.1.7: Use the illustrations and details in a text to describe its key ideas.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Boat That Was Alive 69 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.1.10: With prompting and support, read informational texts appropriately complex for grade 1.

Passage Pages
Why the Dog Barked 8 to 11
Left on the Moon 12 to 15
The Not Bears 16 to 19
Pockets 20 to 23
The Island State 24 to 27
Pony in the White House 28 to 31
Dog Food for a Guest 32 to 35
Saved By a Cow 36 to 39
What Covers Most of the Earth 40 to 43
Thumbprints and a Tiger 44 to 47
How Louis Could Read 48 to 51
What Pulled Andrea Out 52 to 55
The Boy Who Could Not Sink 56 to 59
The SKI-DOG 60 to 63
Drinking Ocean Water 64 to 67
A Bridge That Is Alive 68 to 71
The Pitcher with One Hand 72 to 75
The New Year in China 76 to 79
Growing a Tooth in Just One Day 80 to 83
The United States Flag 84 to 87
Sailing Across a Continent 88 to 91
What a Camel Can Do 92 to 95
First Across the Channel 96 to 99
A Tongue Twister 100 to 103
A Country Below Sea Level 104 to 107

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