Question of the Day. Which do you like better
1. Serious Farm Lesson 22 - Day 1
2. Question of the Day
Which do you like better – serious stories or funny stories?
3. Review – High Frequency Words
4. R-controlled Vowel /or/ or, ore, our fork
5. R-controlled Vowel /or/ or, ore, our
6. R-controlled Vowel /or/ or, ore, our
7. R-controlled Vowel /or/ or, ore, our Nora says that baseball is her favorite sport.
I found lots of shells at the seashore this morning.
We almost got caught in a downpour but ran inside before it began to storm.
I like the orange flowers growing in pots on your front porch.
Flora looked all over to find the source of the strange noise.
8. Plot Turn to page 204-205
20. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement
When the naming part (subject) in a sentence tells about one person, place, or thing, an –s is usually added to the verb so it will agree, or match.
When the naming part tells about more than one thing, do not add an –s to the verb.
A rooster crows at nightfall to welcome the moon.
The animals worry that they won’t be fed.
21. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement The chicken pecks at the corn.
The chickens peck at the corn.
You gather the eggs.
Tricia gathers the eggs.
The children gather the eggs.
22. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement Rules for Verbs That Tell About Now
23. Serious Farm Lesson 22 - Day 2
24. Question of the Day
What would you do if you saw a purple cow?
25. Review – High Frequency Words
26. R – controlled vowel /or/ or, ore, our
27. R – controlled vowel /or/ or, ore, our Will you pour a glass of water for everyone?
Lena’s legs were sore because she jumped rope.
I like all the different colors in your painting.
Josh got the highest score on the math test.
Ethan’s chore is to wipe the tables after lunch.
28. Robust Vocabulary
Turn to SE page 164-165
29. Reading Fantasy– a kind of fiction in which things happen that could not happen in real life.
30. Think Critically What problem do the animals in the story have?
Why do the animals leave the farm?
Why do you think Farmer Fred feels sad when he sees the animals are gone?
What did Farmer Fred say or do that might have made the animals want to return home? How do you know?
31. Robust Vocabulary TE page 163.
32. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement I feed the animals.
Marco Feeds the animals.
The children feed the animals.
33. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement
34. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement eat
35. Serious Farm Lesson 22 - Day 3
36. Question of the Day
What could make something turn purple?
37. Review – High Frequency Words
38. R-controlled Vowel /or/ or, ore, our
39. R-controlled Vowels /or/ or, ore, our Lisa munched on popcorn while she watched the juggler perform.
I could hear my dad snore all through the thunderstorm!
I know a cork can float, but I don’t think an acorn will.
There were only four players on the basketball court for our game.
40. Plot What is plot?
What was the first way that the animals tried to solve their problem? Did it work? Why or why not?
What caused the animals to run away?
41. Compare and Contrast When you compare two things, you tell how they are alike.
When you contrast two things, you tell how they are different.
42. Compare and Contrast What color are real cows? What color is Edna?
What do real cows eat? What do you think Edna eats?
How do Edna get the other animals to do what she says? Could a real cow do that?
When Edna leaves the farm, she packs her stuff. Would a real cow have anything to pack?
43. Robust Vocabulary
44. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement
45. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement Tito laugh at the clown.
The kittens plays with some yarn.
The factory worker fill the boxes.
Kendra and I skips rope together.
46. Serious Farm Lesson 22 - Day 4
47. Question of the Day
What might surprise a farmer after he or she planted seeds?
48. Review – High Frequency Words
49. Syllable Patterns v/cv and vc/v tulip
50. Syllable Patterns v/cv and vc/v Marcus will use a shovel to make the hole wider.
The tulip is starting to lose its petals.
My toy robot is made out of metal.
Your shadow grows longer later in the day.
51. Plot What is the plot of a story?
What is the problem in the story?
What caused the problem?
What events in the story tell how Max tries to solve the problem?
Do you think this was a good situation? Tell why.
52. Robust Vocabulary TE 188-189
I believed that we would have fruit salad at lunch.
Giorgio will try to walk on his hands.
I think that making a sweater for a pig is silly.
I confess that I should have asked before eating the rest of the berries.
A cheetah can run very fast.
My aunt Diana told me a clever joke.
Ms. Jackson said that I got my sense of humor from my father.
Please speak louder – I can hardly hear you.
She is very thoughtful and dedicated to her school work.
When my brother dressed up like a taco shell, it was really funny.
53. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement Add an –s to most verbs when the naming part of the sentence tells about one.
Do not as –s when the naming part tells about more than one.
Do not add –s to a verb when the naming part is I or you.
54. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement Sarah _____ her soup (stir, stirs)
You ______ your juice. (slurp, slurps)
Frank ______ an egg into the bowl. (break, breaks)
I _______ some carrots. (peel, peels)
55. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement I grate cheese to put on the pizza.
Anna slices some mushrooms.
Grammar practice book page 79
56. Serious Farm Lesson 22 - Day 5
57. Question of the Day
How can you tell if a poem is meant to be silly?
58. Review – High Frequency Words
59. Syllable Patterns v/cv and vc/v robot
62. Robust Vocabulary
63. Robust Vocabulary If a friend told you that his or her allowance was one hundred dollars a week, would you say that was absurd?
Would someone admit that they were thrifty?
Name some things that are extremely tasty and some things that barely have any taste.
If someone is industrious, are they always serious?
Would you attempt to give a grown up a boost by yourself?
Would someone who had acquired something that was a bargain be unhappy about it?
64. Grammar – Subject Verb Agreement When the naming part of the sentence tells about one, what is added to most verbs?
When the naming part tells about more than one, how is the verb spelled?
When the naming part tells about I or you, how is the verb spelled?
65. Grammar – Present Tense Action Verbs The mail carrier delivers the mail in the morning.
2. Deena and Mario walk to the park.
3. My neighbors wave when they drive by.
4. A squirrel hides acorns in a hole in the big tree.
Practice Book page 177