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Heartland by Diane Siebert. Word Knowledge Unit 6, Lesson 2. What do these words have in common? etched stretched hatched switched -ed is added to short vowel base words ending with the spelling –tch What do these words have in common? creating creasing analyzing defining

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Heartlandby Diane Siebert


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Word Knowledge Unit 6, Lesson 2

What do these words have in common?

etched stretched hatched switched

-ed is added to short vowel base words ending with the spelling –tch

What do these words have in common?

creating creasing analyzing defining

The suffix –ing has been added to long vowel base words ending in silent e.


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Word Knowledge Unit 6, Lesson 2

What do these words have in common?

livestock stockyards farmland cornfield

snowdrifts newborn footsteps patchwork

Compound words


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Word Knowledge Unit 6, Lesson 2

What do these words have in common?

chilly grassy silly hilly foggy

Double consonant ending with –y and words in story.


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Fluency

Identify the wprd that ends in –tch and the suffix -ed

  • Sentence 1: I am the land where wheat fields grow/In golden waves that ebb and flow;/Where cornfields stretched across the plains/Lie green between the country lanes.

  • Sentence 2: I can feel/Machines of iron, tools of steel./Creating farmlands, square by square-a quilt of life I proudly wear;/

  • Sentence 3: The smell of livestock fills the air.

  • stretched


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Fluency

Identify the word the ends in silent e and the suffix –ing.

  • Sentence 1: I am the land where wheat fields grow/In golden waves that ebb and flow;/Where cornfields stretched across the plains/Lie green between the country lanes.

  • Sentence 2: I can feel/Machines of iron, tools of steel./Creating farmlands, square by square-a quilt of life I proudly wear;/

  • Sentence 3: The smell of livestock fills the air.

  • Creating

  • Identify the compound words.

  • Cornfields, farmlands, livestock.


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Fluency

Identify the words that contain a double consonant and end in -y

  • Sentence 4: A foggy morning can make a soggy field seem chilly.

  • Foggy, soggy, chilly.


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Use these words to fill in the missing words.

  • Livestock stockyards farmland cornfield snowdrifts newborn footsteps patchwork

  • The ____ chickens just hatched this morning.

  • The ___ got out of the fence and wandered into the cornfield.

  • From the airplane, the farmland below looked like a ___ quilt.


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Fertile treasures in the means adjective able to produce good crops and a good harvestantonym: infertile, sterile synonym: fruitful, rich


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Hues treasures in the are nounshades of colors synonym: tint, shadeantonym: invisible

Find the hues of blue!


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Merge verb means to unite or blend together synonym blend combine antonym divide separate l.jpg
Merge converge / Where farms and city rhythms verb meansto unite or blend togethersynonym: blend, combineantonym: divide, separate


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Converge verb means to come together at the same location meet synonym meet antonym separate l.jpg
Converge verb converge / Where farms and city rhythms meansto come together at the same location: meet.Synonym: meetAntonym: separate


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Vital adjective means absolutely necessary to life synonym needed required antonym unneeded excess l.jpg
Vital adjective converge / Where farms and city rhythms merge / To form a meansabsolutely necessary to lifesynonym: needed, requiredantonym: unneeded, excess

Sleep

T.V.

Eating


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Reign means to lead or rule over someone or something synonym govern rule antonym follower l.jpg
Reign Despite Man’s power. Nature meansto lead or rule over someone or somethingsynonym: govern, ruleantonym: follower

Child

Principal

Queen


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Review Despite Man’s power. Nature

  • necessary to life

  • b) colors

  • c) able to produce a good, rich harvest

  • d) to unite or blend together

  • e) to rule over or lead

  • f) Come together at the same location: meet.

  • fertile

  • hues

  • converge

  • merge

  • vital

  • reign


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On your white board please write the missing word Despite Man’s power. Nature

hues

reign

  • My bedroom is all __________ of pink.

  • The king and queen __________ over the people throughout the land.

  • The soil was very ___________ and produced a beautiful harvest!

  • My mom had to _________ into another lane since the road was ending.

  • When you are sick it is _________ that you get plenty of rest and drink a lot of water.

  • The cars __________ at the intersection.

fertile

merge

vital

converge


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Spelling pre test white boards out. Despite Man’s power. Nature

  • Dizzy, hilly, messy, foggy, soggy, sunny, bunny, funny, guppy, puppy, smelly, sloppy, silly, chilly, grassy.


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Apostrophe in Possessives Despite Man’s power. Nature

  • 1. Use an apostrophe and s (‘s) to form the possessive of a singular noun.

  • Example: Jane’s cat, dog’s tail, book’s pages.

  • 2. To form the possessive of a singular noun with two or more syllables and that ends in s or z sound add only an apostrophe.

  • Example: Mrs. Lopez’ job, Mr. Perkins’ coat.


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  • 3. To make a plural noun ending in s possessive, add only an apostrophe.

  • Example: the Jones’ house, boys’ coats, horses’ saddles.

  • 4. To make a plural noun that does not end in s possessive add an apostrophe and s.

  • Example: children’s toys, women’s department, salesmen’s product.


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Practice possessives an apostrophe.

  • Clydes paper was the best of the class.

  • Clyde carved Mary Masters initials on the tree.

  • The dogs name is Colonel Parker.

  • The cars right front tire was flat.

  • Childrens books are on the floor.

  • We looked in the babys toys for the lost button.

  • The boys coats hung on the rack.


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