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Why should we take care of animals?Click to listen to the story.


Small GroupTimer


Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City: Vocabulary

Spelling City: Amazing Words

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Spelling City

Review Games


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


Big Question:Why should we take care of animals?

  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday


One Dark NightMonday


One Dark NightMonday


Today we will learn about:

  • Amazing Words

  • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Sequence

  • Graphic Organizer

  • Singular and Plural Pronouns


concern

  • con – cern

  • When you have a reason to worry about something, you have concern about it.

  • Something can concern you by giving you an uneasy feeling.

  • Mom has concern about us crossing the street at the busy intersection.


growth

  • grow – th

  • Growth is the process of something getting bigger or developing.

  • My brother had a growth spurt of two inches last year.

  • I’d like to see more growth in our vegetable plants.


protection

  • pro – tec - tion

  • If you keep something from being harmed or damaged, you give it protection.

  • The basement gives us protection from tornadoes.

  • The citizens get protection from the police.


Listen for Amazing Words.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • quicklywonderful

  • You studied words like this already.

  • What do you know about reading them?

  • Today we’ll learn about adding prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis- to the beginning of words.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Each prefix has a specific meaning:

  • un- , dis- : not

  • re- : again

  • pre- : before


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • restart

  • This is a two-syllable word formed from the base word start and the prefix re-.

  • You can chunk the word into its parts—the prefix and the base word.

  • Then cover the prefix, read the base word, and then blend the prefix and the base word to read the whole word.

  • What does restart mean?


unreal

disallow

prepay

unlike

disapprove

reapply

preview

redo

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


unafraid

discharge

unfair

disloyal

recount

prefix

unmark

dismount

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-unmade, reread, disorder, dislike, preheat, recook, reload, disown, unclean, untie, prepress, preprint


unglue

preview

rereading

resend

disagree

unloading

replace

preheat

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


dislikes

undress

distaste

reprints

redo

preschool

prewriting

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


Sequence

  • Think about Firefighter!

  • Tell, in order, three things that happened in that story.

  • Could the last thing have happened first? Why not?


Sequence & Graphic Organizers

  • Good readers pay attention to the order of events in a story.

  • Sometimes there are helpful clue words, such as first, next, and finally, to tell the sequence. Sometimes there aren’t.

  • We can keep track of sequence by using a graphic organizer to record events as we read.

  • This helps us remember the correct order of events in a story.


Daily Fix-It

she wille un lock the doors

She will unlock the doors.

she well unpack her groceries?

She will unpack her groceries.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns.

  • He, she, and it are pronouns that name only one.

    • Mom helps animals. She works for a vet.

    • She is a pronoun that names one person—Mom.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • We and they are pronouns that name more than one.

    • Sometimes Dad and I help. We feed the animals.

    • We is a pronoun that names more than one—Dad and I.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. ____ saw a cat.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • ___ was sitting by the side of the road.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. ____ got a blanket out of the trunk.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out of the trunk.

  • ___wrapped the blanket around the cat.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out of the trunk.

  • He wrapped the blanket around the cat.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out of the trunk.

  • He wrapped the blanket around the cat.

  • Mom wanted to help the cat. ___said,”Drive to Dr. Klute’s.”


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out of the trunk.

  • He wrapped the blanket around the cat.

  • Mom wanted to help the cat. She said,”Drive to Dr. Klute’s.”

  • ____ took the cat to the vet.


Singular and Plural Pronouns

  • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat.

  • It was sitting by the side of the road.

  • Dad pulled over. He got a blanket out of the trunk.

  • He wrapped the blanket around the cat.

  • Mom wanted to help the cat. She said,”Drive to Dr. Klute’s.”

  • They took the cat to the vet.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Prefixes un-, re,-, pre-, dis-

  • Spelling Words with Prefixes

  • Sequence

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will read about how a boy and his grandfather help some stray animals.


One Dark NightMonday


One Dark NightTuesday


One Dark NightTuesday


Today we will learn about:

  • Prefixes un-, re,-, pre-, dis-

  • Amazing Words

  • Vocabulary Words

  • High Frequency Words

  • Pronouns for One and More than One


fragile

  • fra - gile

  • If something can break or be damaged easily, it is fragile.

  • The delicate wings of a butterfly are fragile.

  • If you knock over the fragile vase, it will break.

  • A spider web looks fragile, but it is quite strong.


pellets

  • pel - lets

  • Pellets are small balls of material pressed together, very often a kind of animal feed.

  • Tony poured the pellets into the rabbit’s bowl.

  • My dog likes dog food made from beef-flavored pellets.

    (next slide)


pellets


litter

  • lit - ter

  • Litter is scraps or pieces of trash left around.

  • There was litter in the stands after the football game.

  • We picked up litter around our school yard.


litter


Animal Hospital


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • replay

  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with prefixes.

  • What prefix and base word form replay?


unwrap

preview

disagree

unclasp

rework

predate

disapprove

rethink

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


undisturbed

unglue

pretest

rethink

disprove

unlatch

rewrite

Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-


Listen for words with prefixes.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Pick out the words with these prefixes in “Kitten Rescue.”

  • unhappy

  • displeases

  • refilled

  • preview


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-rethink, disagree, displace, preheat, unhappy, unfold, repaint, preview, prepaid, displease, react, unseen


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Will you rewind the rerun of that show?

  • Will you rewind the rerun of that show?

  • Do not disappear before it is time to unpack

  • Do not disappear before it is time to unpack.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • The preschool children learn to retie their laces.

  • The preschool children learn to retie their laces.

  • It is unsafe to preheat the oven while you are gone.

  • It is unsafe to preheat the oven while you are gone.


Vocabulary Words

  • pours – rains heavily

  • lightning – a flash of light in the sky during a storm

  • thunder – a loud sound in the sky that comes after a flash of lightning

  • storm – heavy rain, snow, or hail

  • flashes – moves quickly by

    (next slide)


storm


lightning


Vocabulary Words

  • pounds – hits with noise and force

  • rolling – making a loud, deep sound

  • stray – lost

  • nudging – giving a small push

  • brooding – worrying or thinking hard


lightning

angry

thunder

door

storm

second

seconds

flashes

watch

watching

rolling

warm

warming

pounds

water

pours

Vocabulary


Context Clues

  • When you come across words you don’t understand, there are strategies you can use.

  • Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts. We may understand the base word and suffix or the two shorter words in a compound word.


Context Clues

  • We can look in a dictionary or glossary.

  • We can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word.

  • Today we will learn more about using context clues.


Daily Fix-It

the movie was a reerun

The movie was a rerun.

she will unplug the Light

She will unplug the light.


Pronouns

  • Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun or nouns.

  • it they

  • Which pronoun names only one?

  • Which pronoun names more than one?

  • Singular pronouns name only one.

  • Plural pronouns name more than one.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Graphic Organizer

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will hear about a doctor who helps animals.


One Dark NightTuesday


One Dark NightWednesday


Today we will learn about:

  • Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -or

  • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Amazing Words

  • Classify/Categorize

  • Fluency

  • Pronouns for One and More Than One


pollute

  • pol - lute

  • When someone damages the air, soil, or water by making it dirty with harmful substances, we say they pollute it.

  • Oil spills from ships can pollute the water.

  • Smoke from the factory polluted the air around us.


pollute


release

  • re - lease

  • If you release something, you set it free or let it go.

  • When the young raccoon’s foot is healed, the vet will release it into the wild.

  • We will release the baby birds as soon as they can fly.


Animal Hospital


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -or

  • Suffixes are word parts that are at the end of some words. Look at these words

    • slowly

    • cheerful

    • teacher

    • actor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -or

  • You can read these words because you know how to read words with suffixes.

  • You can cover the suffix, read the base word, and then blend the base word and the suffix to read the whole word.


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -or

These suffixes have a specific meaning.

  • -ly in a ____ way

  • -ful full of _____

  • -er, -or a person who ____


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Suffixes –ly, -ful, -er, -orwonderful, graceful, helper, quickly, editor, sailor, stupidly, helpful, closely, dancer, reader, visitor


Vocabulary Words

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


Vocabulary Words

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

  • Water ______ from the faucet into the sink.


Vocabulary Words

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

  • Water pours from the faucet into the sink.

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


Vocabulary Words

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

  • Water pours from the faucet into the sink.

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

  • The dark sky was lit up by ______.


Vocabulary Words

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

  • Water pours from the faucet into the sink.

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

  • The dark sky was lit up by lightning.


Vocabulary Words

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


Vocabulary Words

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

  • The hammer ____ the nail to push it into the wood.


Vocabulary Words

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

  • The hammer pounds the nail to push it into the wood.


Vocabulary Words

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

  • The hammer pounds the nail to push it into the wood.

  • The ____ waves kept sweeping over the beach.


Vocabulary Words

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

  • The hammer pounds the nail to push it into the wood.

  • The rolling waves kept sweeping over the beach.


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


Classify/Categorize

  • Remember that One Dark Night is about a cat and her kittens.

  • To help you understand what you read, you can classify, or group, related words and phrases.

  • In this story, the author uses words and phrases to describe the cat and kittens.


Classify/Categorize

  • By grouping these words together, you can picture what the cat and kittens look like.

  • Think of words and phrases that describe the cat or kittens.

  • Small, dark, stray, soft as whispers, gray as dawn

  • You can further classify these words by grouping them into words about the cat and words about the kittens.


Daily Fix-It

jamal herd a cat out side

Jamal heard a cat outside.

he unlocked the dor

He unlocked the door.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Pronouns take the place of a noun or nouns.

  • He, she, and it take the place of one noun.

  • We and they take the place of more than one noun.


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Sequence

  • Fluency

  • Let’s Talk About It!

  • Tomorrow we will read two poems about people who decide to give some cats a home.


One Dark NightWednesday


One Dark NightThursday


One Dark NightThursday


Today we will learn about:

  • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Speaking and Listening: Use Telephones and Voice Mail


One Dark Night


Bringing Back Salmon


Sentence Reading

  • I disagree—this certainly does not look like a full moon.

  • You’re going to want to reread this great new book.

  • He was either the first or second blue ribbon winner at the preschool.


Sentence Reading

  • Is it unfair to say this is the worst juice I have ever had?

  • Will you replay the tape of the cook in the funny suit that made me laugh?

  • The food is great but do not reheat any more because I am full.


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


Daily Fix-It

mom get a new bed for hour cat

Mom got a new bed for our cat.

the ole one was unsaif

The old one was unsafe.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Pronouns take the place of a noun or nouns.

  • He, she, and it take the place of one noun.

  • We and they take the place of more than one noun.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.

  • Jenny asked, “What is in the box?”


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.

  • Jenny asked, “What is in the box?”

  • She looked inside.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.

  • Jenny asked, “What is in the box?”

  • She looked inside.

  • “There are baby birds inside!


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.

  • Jenny asked, “What is in the box?”

  • She looked inside.

  • “There are baby birds inside!

  • Why aren’t they in a nest?” she asked.


Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Jenny and I went for a walk.

  • We saw a box.

  • It made a peeping sound.

  • Jenny asked, “What is in the box?”

  • She looked inside.

  • “There are baby birds inside!

  • Why aren’t they in a nest?”she asked.


Use Telephones and Voice Mail

  • Speakers:

    • Speak slowly and clearly.

    • Give complete, accurate information.

    • Be polite.

    • Stay on the topic. Don’t ramble


Use Telephones and Voice Mail

  • Listeners:

    • Listen carefully.

    • Write down the message.

    • Deliver the message


Wrap Up Your Day!

  • Making Connections: Text to Text

  • Let’s Talk About It

  • We have read poems about cats who find a new home. Tomorrow we will hear again about what happens during the storm.


One Dark NightThursday


One Dark NightFriday


Today we will learn about:

  • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  • Amazing Words

  • Vocabulary Words

  • Pronouns for One and More Than One

  • Bar Graph


One Dark Night


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Amazing Words concern, growth, protection, fragile, pellets, pollute, release, litter


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Find the words with prefixes and base words.

  • I will replay the preview so I can see how the actors react.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Find the words with prefixes and base words.

  • I will replay the preview so I can see how the actors react.

  • Dad has an unpaid ticket the he disagrees with.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Find the words with prefixes and base words.

  • I will replay the preview so I can see how the actors react.

  • Dad has an unpaid ticket the he disagrees with.

  • Mom says her job will prepay our movers when we relocate.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Find the words with prefixes and base words.

  • I will replay the preview so I can see how the actors react.

  • Dad has an unpaid ticket the he disagrees with.

  • Mom says her job will prepay our movers when we relocate.

  • I will undo this ribbon so you can retie it for me.


Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-Find the words with prefixes and base words.

  • I will replay the preview so I can see how the actors react.

  • Dad has an unpaid ticket the he disagrees with.

  • Mom says her job will prepay our movers when we relocate.

  • I will undo this ribbon so you can retie it for me.


One Dark Night


Vocabulary Words

  • This is how rain falls during a storm.


Vocabulary Words

  • This is how rain falls during a storm. pours

  • You sometimes see this in the sky.


Vocabulary Words

  • This is how rain falls during a storm. pours

  • You sometimes see this in the sky. lightning

  • Sometimes you can hear a clap of ____ when it rains hard.


Vocabulary Words

  • This is how rain falls during a storm. pours

  • You sometimes see this in the sky. lightning

  • Sometimes you can hear a clap of thunder when it rains hard.

  • When lightning moves quickly across the sky it does this.


Vocabulary Words

  • This is how rain falls during a storm. pours

  • You sometimes see this in the sky. lightning

  • Sometimes you can hear a clap of thunder when it rains hard.

  • When lightning moves quickly across the sky it does this. flashes


Vocabulary Words

  • What someone does when he or she bangs on a door with a fist.


Vocabulary Words

  • What someone does when he or she bangs on a door with a fist. pounds

  • Grandfather had a ___ laughter.


Vocabulary Words

  • What someone does when he or she bangs on a door with a fist. pounds

  • Grandfather had a rolling laughter.

  • This is much more than a light rain.


Vocabulary Words

  • What someone does when he or she bangs on a door with a fist. pounds

  • Grandfather had a rolling laughter.

  • This is much more than a light rain. storm


One Dark Night


One Dark Night


Daily Fix-It

the cat disappaered in the gras

The cat disappeared in the grass.

they was afraid of dog.

It was afraid of the dog.


Pronouns

  • Pronouns are words that take the place of a noun or nouns.

  • it they

  • Which pronoun names only one?

  • Which pronoun names more than one?

  • Singular pronouns name only one.

  • Plural pronouns name more than one.


Bar Graph

  • Bar graphs help readers compare information.

  • First read the title of the graph.

  • Look at the information at the bottom and sides of the graph.

  • Follow the bar across and see where it ends to find out the information you are looking for.


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Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

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