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ben franklin and his first kite big question how can you use something familiar in a new way

Ben Franklin and His First KiteBig Question: How can you use something familiar in a new way?

Author:

Stephen Krensky

Genre:

Biography

daily fix it
Daily Fix-it
  • My invention din’t worked.
  • That made I un-happy.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

daily fix it1
Daily Fix-it
  • My invention din’t worked.

My invention didn’t work.

2. That made I un-happy.

That made meunhappy.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

morning warm up
Morning Warm-up

This week we will learn more about science and inventing. Many inventors built something new out of something familiar. How can you use something familiar in a new way?

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

oral vocabulary
Oral Vocabulary
  • contraption
  • doubt
  • energy

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

amazing words
Amazing Words
  • contraption -

A contraption is a machine. Some contraptions are strange.

  • doubt -

A doubt is a feeling of not believing in yourself or not knowing.

  • energy -

If something takes energy, it takes strength.

sailor farmer
sailor farmer

unpack

The prefix un- means “not” or “the opposite of”.

repack

The prefix re- means “again”.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin- Day 1

  • unhappy
  • retell
  • unplug
  • reopen
  • unload
word work
Word Work
  • reuse
  • recycle
  • unlucky
  • remake
  • undress
  • replay
  • unsafe
  • untrue

un- re-

locked read

zipped send

made heated

do draw

sure planted

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

word reading prefixes un re
Word Reading - Prefixes un-, re-
  • renew
  • unchain
  • sadly
  • retest
  • unfold
  • undress
  • repaint
  • uncap
  • actor
  • rethink
  • unclear
  • harmful
  • rewrite
  • unfair
  • restart

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

slide14

Reading WB page 173

  • Spelling WB page 117
  • Journal - Draw a picture of a kite. Write about what you can do with a kite.
  • Centers

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 1

daily journal writing day 1
Daily Journal WritingDay 1

Draw a picture of a kite. Write about what you can do with it.

daily fix it2
Daily Fix-it
  • She helpt me built it.
  • I will re pay she.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

daily fix it3
Daily Fix-it
  • She helpt me built it.

She helped me build it.

4. I will re pay she.

I will repayher.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

morning warm up1
Morning Warm-up

Today we will reread the book about the Wright brothers. They were unafraid to try new things. What new things would you like to try?

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

amazing words1
Amazing Words
  • glider -

A glider is an airplane without an engine that is kept up in the air by the wind.

  • unmanned -

If a plane has a pilot, it is manned. If it does not have a pilot, it is unmanned.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

hole fine
hole fine

h old

m ost

m ind

w ild

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

  • f ind
  • p ost
  • child
  • g old
  • blind
  • sc old
word work1
Word Work
  • cold
  • host
  • rind
  • told
  • mild

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

remind

word reading long vowels i o
Word Reading - Long Vowels i, o
  • behind
  • row
  • unwind
  • host
  • poster
  • fine
  • most
  • rope

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

  • wild
  • told
  • hold
  • high
  • child
  • toad
  • tie
slide24

Read the Words

“How many brothers did Ben Franklin have?” asked Kenji.

“I don’t know, “ answered Carlos, “but I read that his family was poor.”

“He liked to carry out many different experiments,” added Kate.

slide25

Reading WB pages 174, 175, 176

  • Spelling WB page 118
  • Journal - Write about an invention you think is very useful. Tell how you think it was invented.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 2

daily journal writing day 2
Daily Journal WritingDay 2

Write about useful inventions.

daily fix it4
Daily Fix-it
  • I tryed to fly mi kite.
  • It has too windie.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

daily fix it5
Daily Fix-it
  • I tryed to fly mi kite.

I tried to fly my kite.

  • It has too windie.

It was too windy.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

morning warm up2
Morning Warm-up

Today we will read about Ben Franklin. He did an experiment with a kite. His friends helped him. How do your friends help you with ideas?

Unit 5 Ben Franklin -

amazing words2
Amazing Words
  • soar -

If something can soar, it can fly high in the air.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

restart blindfold
restart blindfold
  • scold
  • kindest
  • unwind
  • replayed

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

  • unclean
  • refold
  • rewind
  • wild
  • most
word reading
Word Reading
  • most
  • old
  • gold
  • reuse
  • mind
  • unfold
  • find

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

build words
Build Words

base word un- re-

kind

told

wind

made

lucky

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

classification chart
Classification Chart

Animals

Objects

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

slide36

A kite is an object that can fly. What do we know about how a kite flies in the air? We are going to read a story about young Ben Franklin and his first kite.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • hearth
  • hasty pudding
  • amazing
  • invention
  • harbor
high frequency words
High - Frequency Words
  • about
  • carry
  • poor
  • colors
  • different
  • brothers
  • once
  • answered
  • thought

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

multiple meaning words
Multiple - Meaning Words

I like to watch fireworks.

My father wears a gold watch.

  • poor
  • head
  • wave
  • rock

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

slide40

Reading WB page 177

  • Spelling WB page 119
  • Journal - Write about a time you experimented with something new.
  • Centers

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

sentences
Sentences

What makes a great inventor? Ben Franklin worked hard. He always had a plan. Nothing was impossible! Follow Ben’s example if you want to be an inventor.

Ben was also a scientist and a writer.

You can read more about Ben’s life.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 3

daily journal writing day 3
Daily Journal WritingDay 3

Write about a time you experimented with something new.

daily fix it6
Daily Fix-it
  • Jan call my project silly
  • I thinke that were unkind.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

daily fix it7
Daily Fix-it
  • Jan call my project silly

Jan called my project silly.

  • I thinke that were unkind.

I think that was unkind.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

morning warm up3
Morning Warm-up

Today we will read about an amazing invention. The inventor uses old things in different ways. What objects might you use in a new way?

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

amazing words3
Amazing Words
  • curious -

If something is curious, it is strange or unusual.

  • intelligent -

Intelligent means “bright or smart.”

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

different poor brothers carry answered
different poor brotherscarry answered
  • Names two boys in the same family. ________________
  • Tells what you did when someone asked you a question. ______________
  • Means the opposite of rich. ________________
  • Tells about things that are not alike. ________________
  • Tells something you can do for a baby who cannot walk yet. ________________

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

crawl haul breath
crawl haul breath

saw bread

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

word reading1
Word Reading
  • awful
  • shoes
  • barely
  • wriggle
  • through
  • built
  • because
  • little
  • heads
  • wonderful
  • science
  • learn
  • great
  • touch
  • show
  • early
  • heavy
  • slowly
  • opened
  • saw

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

read words in context
Read Words in Context
  • In science class, we learn how great ideas turn into wonderful things.
  • The book will show how early people moved heavy stones.
  • We slowly opened the door and saw that the awful pup had chewed most of our old shoes.
  • The dogs can barely wriggle through the dog door we built because it is so little that their heads touch the top.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 4

slide52

Reading WB pages 178, 179

  • Spelling WB page 120
  • Journal - Write about a different way to use an old invention.
  • Centers
daily journal writing day 4
Daily Journal WritingDay 4

Write about a different way to use an old invention.

daily fix it8
Daily Fix-it
  • Me kite tail didn’t working well.
  • I had do untye them.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

daily fix it9
Daily Fix-it
  • Me kite tail didn’t working well.

My kite tail isn’t working well.

10. I had do untye them.

I had to untie them.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

morning warm up4
Morning Warm-up

This week we read about gliders that soared, curious contraptions, and intelligent inventors. It takes a lot of energy to make something new. What else does it take to invent something?

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

prefixes un re and long vowels i o
Prefixes un-, re- and Long Vowels i, o
  • Mom told me to unpack and refold the shirts.
  • Jack wants to replace his old poster.
  • Most of us were glad to help find the child quickly.
  • It is unsafe to leave the door unlocked.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

answered brothers poor carry different
answered brothers poorcarry different
  • What do you call a person who has no money? _______________
  • Two men in the same family are not father and son. What are they? ________________
  • What did you do when someone asked you a question? ________________
  • What should you do when the road is closed? Take a ______________ road.
  • Why didn’t the chicken run across the road. She wanted someone to _____________ her.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

encyclopedia
Encyclopedia

An encyclopedia is a collection of articles about many topics. Topics are arranged in alphabetical order. Like dictionaries, encyclopedias have guide words and entry words. Printed encyclopedias often contain many different books, called volumes.

slide61

Handwriting sheet

  • Reading WB page 180
  • Journal - Write something you learned about why Ben Franklin was a good inventor.

Unit 5 Ben Franklin - Day 5

daily journal writing day 5
Daily Journal WritingDay 5

Write about Ben Franklin.

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