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Monday1. we seen the flag of japan mexico and canada at the olympic games2. miss harned said most flags are colored red yellow blue black or green

DOM

Draw the following shapes in the correct order. The second shape is a medium circle. The third shape is a large triangle. The first shape is a small square.


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Supporting Details

Main IdeaWe Should Take Care of Animals


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Prefixes

  • un and dis


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Prefixes

  • un and dis

    • Mean not



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Prefixes

  • re

    • Means: again



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Prefixes

  • Pre

    • Means: Before


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Use the prefixes un, re, pre, and dis with these base words made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Building Words


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Spelling Words made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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unsafe made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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preheat made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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rerun made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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disappear made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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unlock made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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retie made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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rewind made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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unpack made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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unplug made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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regroup made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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preschool made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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disagree made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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Challenge Words made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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prehistoric made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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unfortunate made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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reunion made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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Sequence made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Remember we have used Clue words to help us organize the sequence of events within a story.

    • First

    • Next

    • Then

    • Last


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More Sequencing Clue Words made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Sequence is the order of events in a story.

  • Clue words help you figure out and remember the order of events.

    • First

    • Next

    • Then

    • Now

    • Finally


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Tips to Remember! made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Good readers pay attention to the order of events in a story. Sometimes there are clue words to help of keep events in order and sometimes there are not.

  • Using a graphic organizer is a good way to record events as we read a story to help us remember.


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Side Note on Pronouns made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • This is the second week in our study of pronouns. We will be study pronouns for the next several weeks. Please note, you have singular and plural pronouns, possessive pronouns, and object pronouns. Do not rush, we are focusing on one type each week.


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Grammar: Pronouns made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Remember

    • Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun (Person, place, thing or animal.)

    • Last week we work on using the pronouns, she, they, we, he, and it.


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Pronoun usage made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Pronouns can replace 1 person’s name and 2 or more people’s names.

  • Pronouns for ONE person

    • I, me, he, she, you

  • Pronouns for TWO or MORE people

    • You, we, us, them, they,


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Practicing Pronouns made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Identify the pronouns and tell if they name one or more that one noun.

    Mom and Dad are driving home tonight. They saw a cat. It was sitting by the side of the road. “We should have stopped.” said Mom. Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out or the trunk and wrapped it around the cat. Mom held the cat while Dad drove it to the vet. They took the cat into the vet’s office.


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Tuesday made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words1. the first american flag on the moon was bringed by neil armstrong and edwin aldrin in 19692. i was watching tv and saw they put the flag on the moon

DOM

How many months have you been in second grade?

24-19= 18-5= 9-2=


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Vocabulary Words made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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pours made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Rains heavily


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lightning made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

A flash of light in the sky during a storm.


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thunder made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

A loud sound in sky that comes after a flash of lightning.


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storm made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Heavy rain, snow, or hail


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flashes made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Moves quickly by


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pounds made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Hite with noise and forces


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rolling made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Making a loud deep sound


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stray made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

lost


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nudging made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Giving a small push


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brooding made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

Worrying or thinking hard


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Context Clues, p.182 made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • Sometimes are you read, you may not know the meaning of a word.

  • When this happens look at the words in the sentence you do know and the sentences around it. These are called context clues.

  • They can help you figure out the meaning of the word you don’t know.


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Pronouns: made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new wordsSingular and Plural

  • Singular Pronouns:

  • Plural Pronouns:


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Pronouns: made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new wordsSingular and Plural

  • Singular Pronouns: name only one noun

  • Plural Pronouns: name more than one noun


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Pronouns made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words


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Wednesday made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words1. mr hunt works in a factory that makes american flags2. many people they fly the flag on flag day and the fourth of july said dan

DOM

How many hours are in 2 days? How many hours are in 3 days?


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Suffix Review made, read, heat, order, clear, cook print, like, tie, load, press and own to make new words

  • -ly: in a ____ way

  • -ful: full of ___

  • -er or –or: a person who ___


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Use the base words quick, wonder, help, edit, stupid, grace, dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

Building Words


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Vocabulary Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • When there is a _____, we have to bring our toys in from the yard.

  • Water ____ from the faucet in the sink.

  • My bedroom light ____ when I flip the switch on and off and on and off.

  • The dark sky was lit up the _______.


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Vocabulary Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • When there is a storm, we have to bring our toys in from the yard.

  • Water ____ from the faucet in the sink.

  • My bedroom light ____ when I flip the switch on and off and on and off.

  • The dark sky was lit up the _______.


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Vocabulary Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • When there is a storm, we have to bring our toys in from the yard.

  • Water pours from the faucet in the sink.

  • My bedroom light ____ when I flip the switch on and off and on and off.

  • The dark sky was lit up the _______.


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Vocabulary Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • When there is a storm, we have to bring our toys in from the yard.

  • Water pours from the faucet in the sink.

  • My bedroom light flashes when I flip the switch on and off and on and off.

  • The dark sky was lit up the _______.


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Vocabulary Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • When there is a storm, we have to bring our toys in from the yard.

  • Water pours from the faucet in the sink.

  • My bedroom light flashes when I flip the switch on and off and on and off.

  • The dark sky was lit up the lightning.


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Vocabulary Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • I covered my ears when I heard the loud _________.

  • The hammer _____ the nail into the wood.

  • The _____ waves kept sweeping over the beach.


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Vocabulary Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • I covered my ears when I heard the loud thunder.

  • The hammer _____ the nail into the wood.

  • The _____ waves kept sweeping over the beach.


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Vocabulary Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • I covered my ears when I heard the loud thunder.

  • The hammer pounds the nail into the wood.

  • The _____ waves kept sweeping over the beach.


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Vocabulary Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • I covered my ears when I heard the loud thunder.

  • The hammer pounds the nail into the wood.

  • The rolling waves kept sweeping over the beach.


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Spelling Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • Complete the sentences using the correct spelling words.

  • We agree that beans are good to eat, but we ________ about how to cook them.

  • Children go to ______ before the go to school.


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Spelling Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • Complete the sentences using the correct spelling words.

  • We agree that beans are good to eat, but we disagree about how to cook them.

  • Children go to ______ before the go to school.


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Spelling Practice dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • Complete the sentences using the correct spelling words.

  • We agree that beans are good to eat, but we disagree about how to cook them.

  • Children go to preschool before the go to school.


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Spelling Practice Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • We _______ the door when we come home and lock it when we leave.

  • The power cord is plugged into the wall. We must _____ it to pack the computer.


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Spelling Practice Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • We unlock the door when we come home and lock it when we leave.

  • The power cord is plugged into the wall. We must _____ it to pack the computer.


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Spelling Practice Continued dance, sail, close, help, read and visit with –ly, -ful, -er and –or to build new words.

  • We unlock the door when we come home and lock it when we leave.

  • The power cord is plugged into the wall. We must unplug it to pack the computer.



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Thursday the given pronouns1. we had 48 stars on the united states flag until hawaii and alaska became states2. how many stars does it has now

DOM

Madison started her trip to Grandma’s at noon on Monday. She arrived at Grandma’s at midnight on Tuesday. How long did the Madison’s trip take?


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Speaking and Listening the given pronouns


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Friday the given pronouns1. the first flag of the united states of america were made by betsy ross2. francis scott key he writed a poem about our flag

DOM

If you go in the store with 50 cents and you make purchases that total 35 cents, what change would you have with the fewest coins.


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Read each question carefully. Be sure to answer every question. Double check your work.

GOOD LUCK on your tests today.


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