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What can we discover by exploring nature? Skills. Today we will learn about:. High-Frequency Words Amazing Words Vocabulary Words Predicates Parts of a Book Character and S etting. Let’s Talk About Exploration!. Character and Setting. Characters are the people or animals in stories.

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What can we discover by exploring nature skills

What can we discover by exploring nature?Skills


Today we will learn about

Today we will learn about:

  • High-Frequency Words

  • Amazing Words

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Predicates

  • Parts of a Book

  • Character and Setting


Let s talk about exploration

Let’s Talk About Exploration!


Character and setting

Character and Setting

  • Characters are the people or animals in stories.

  • Authors describe their characters. They tell what the characters look like, how they act, and how they think. They also tell about the setting, or where the story takes place.

  • Knowing about characters and setting can help a reader better understand a story.


Grammar predicates

Grammar: Predicates

Predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did. Every sentence must have a predicate.

  • We hiked up a mountain.

  • We hiked up a mountain.

  • The trail was hard.

  • The trail was hard.

  • It climbed up and up.

  • Itclimbed up and up.


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Grammar: Predicates

  • My dad helped me a little.

  • My dad helped me a little.

  • The view at the top was great.

  • The view at the top was great.

  • I enjoyed that hike.

  • I enjoyed that hike.

  • My dad carried a backpack.

  • My dad carried a backpack.

  • He gave me a snack.

  • He gave me a snack.


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Grammar: Predicates

Predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did. Every sentence must have a predicate.

  • Henry and Mudge went camping.

  • Henry and Mudge went camping.

  • The girl

  • The girl rides her bike.

  • The two boys

  • The two boys play catch.


Grammar predicates predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did

Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.

  • One day I found a baby bird on the sidewalk.

  • One day I found a baby bird on the sidewalk.

  • I looked up and saw the bird’s nest in a tree.

  • I looked up and saw the bird’s nest in a tree.

  • The baby must have fallen out of the nest.

  • The baby must have fallen out of the nest.


Grammar predicates predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did1

Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.

  • Jim and Jen liked to ride their bikes.

  • Jim and Jen liked to ride their bikes.

  • They wanted to explore nature.

  • They wanted to explore nature.

  • They rode their bikes to the park.

  • They rode their bikes to the park.


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Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.

  • Both of them looked for living things.

  • Both of them looked for living things.

  • They found trees, insects, and birds.

  • They found trees, insects, and birds.


Be a good speaker

Be a Good Speaker

A good speaker does several things as he or she is in a classroom discussion.

  • Speak slowly and carefully.

  • Stand or sit up straight.

  • Raise your hand and ask to speak.

  • Speak loudly enough to be heard.

  • Take turns.


Parts of a book

Parts of a Book

If you need to locate information about something in a book, you can use parts of the book to help you.

  • Use the table of contents to find out what the book is about. It shows the chapters in the book and what page they start on.

  • The index lists topics in alphabetical order.

  • The glossary tells you the meanings of words in the book.


Parts of a book1

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book2

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book3

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book4

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book5

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book6

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book7

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book8

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book9

Parts of a Book


Parts of a book10

Parts of a Book


Wrap up your week

Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Exploration


Review games

Review Games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

  • Jigword

    Spelling Words:

  • Quia Games

  • Spelling City

    High Frequency Words:

  • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)


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