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review games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City – Vocabulary Words

Spelling City – Amazing Words

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Fill-in-the Blank

Spelling City

Review Games
big question why would anyone want to explore space
Big Question: Why would anyone want to explore space?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • new amazing words,
  • long vowels CVCe,
  • main ideas and details, and
  • subjects
ascend
ascend
  • as - cend
  • When you ascend, you go up.
  • Astronauts ascend into space in their space shuttles.
  • You ascend to the second floor when you walk upstairs.
descend
descend
  • de - scend
  • When you descend, you go down.
  • Astronauts descend when they come down from space in their space shuttles.
  • You descend when you walk downstairs.
orbit
orbit
  • or - bit
  • An orbit is the path of something like a spacecraft or planet around something in space, such as Earth or the sun.
  • Earth orbits the sun, and the moon orbits Earth.
  • We can watch TV because of the satellites that orbit the Earth.
long vowels cvce
Long Vowels CVCe
  • c ap
  • What vowel sound do you hear in the word cap?
  • c ape
  • What happened to the short a sound when an e was added to the end of cap?
  • Today we’ll learn about long vowel sounds.
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apron

CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound.

make

race

plate

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uniform

CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound.

use

cute

huge

flute

June

tube

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ice cream
  • CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound.
  • mice
  • pile
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ocean
  • CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound.
  • bone
  • home
  • rope
long vowels cvce23
Long Vowels CVCe
  • bake
  • When a word has a vowel followed by a consonant and e, the vowel usually has its long sound and the e is silent.
  • This word has the long a sound.
  • We can blend the word by saying the sound for each letter: /b/ /a/ /k/, bake
long vowels cvce24
Long Vowels CVCe

Read these words:

  • l ike
  • p oke
  • f use
  • t ame
  • p ile
  • h ose
  • pl ume
long vowels cvce25
Long Vowels CVCe
  • What do you know about reading these words?
  • A vowel that is followed by a consonant and e usually says its name and the e is silent.
long vowels cvce26
Long Vowels CVCe
  • lace
  • nose
  • wage
  • rice
  • cube
  • make
making word letter tiles

Making Word Letter Tiles

a - e - o - u

c - d - f - g - l -

n - r - s

long vowels cvce28
those

came

lack

stage

wage

home

ice

cent

sift

chose

game

check

place

rose

ripe

Long Vowels CVCe
word family word bag
Word Family Word – bag

shaggy

dog

hag

shag

haircut

shag

carpet

bag

tag

jag

crag

gag

flag

slag

stag

swag

word family word black
Word Family Word – black

tack

pack

sack

shoerack

racetrack

shack

stack

snack

main idea and details
Main Idea and Details
  • The topic is what a selection is about. The main idea is the most important idea about the topic.
  • Small pieces of information in a selection that tell more about the main idea are called details.
  • Good readers look for the main idea to help them understand what the whole story is about.
read aloud

Read-Aloud

Eating in Space

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Monday’s Fix-It

we will fly into spac

We will fly into space.

it will be lots of fun

It will be lots of fun.

grammar subjects
Grammar: Subjects

The subject of a sentence tells who or what does something.

  • Neil Armstrong walked on the moon.
  • The moon goes around the Earth.
what is the subject of each sentence
What is the subject of each sentence?
  • Tony wants to be a firefighter.
  • Tony wants to be a firefighter.
  • Firefighters put out fires.
  • Firefighters put out fires.
subjects
Subjects
  • The girl will be an astronaut.
  • The girl will be an astronaut.
  • Astronauts study space.
  • Astronauts study space.
  • She dreams about spaceships.
  • She dreams about spaceships.
subjects42
Subjects
  • My father is a zoologist.
  • My father is a zoologist.
  • Zoologists study animals.
  • Zoologists study animals.
  • My uncle explores the rain forest.
  • My uncle explores the rain forest.
wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Long vowels
  • Main idea and details
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will read about how astronauts explore space.
today we will learn about47
Today we will learn about:
  • new amazing words,
  • long vowels CVCe,
  • main ideas and details,
  • high-frequency words,
  • vocabulary words, and
  • subjects
universe
universe
  • u -ni -verse
  • The universe is made up of Earth, the sun, the moon, and all the other planets and stars in the sky.
  • Our world is a small part of the universe.
  • When we look at the stars, we think how huge our universe must be.
enormous
enormous
  • e – nor - mous
  • Something that is enormous is very big and huge.
  • Dr. Street saw enormous clouds in the sky.
  • An enormous building is so big you can’t see it all at the same time.
journey
journey
  • jour - ney
  • A journey is a long trip.
  • When a family drives for several days to go somewhere, they go on a journey.
  • An astronaut goes on a journey into space.
read aloud53

Read-Aloud

Gloria Rising

word family word kicked
Word Family Word – kicked

tick

brick

chick

memorystick

hockeystick

stick

figure

trick

walking stick

long vowels cvce57
Long Vowels CVCe
  • twice
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with long vowel sounds.
  • What sound does the letter i stand for in this word?
  • When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds.
  • Say the sounds to yourself and then read the word.
long vowels cvce read these words
m ade

c ode

f use

c age

sl ice

p ose

tr ace

f ace

sp ice

con f use

m ute

cl ose

s age

Long Vowels CVCeRead these words:
long vowels cvce listen to race into space and pick out the long vowel words
race

space

close

hose

spaceship

rose

place

like

age

twice

nice

ice

page

Long Vowels CVCeListen to “Race into Space” and pick out the long vowel words.
sort these words

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

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Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words63

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words64

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words65

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words66

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words67

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words68

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words69

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words70

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words71

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words72

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

sort these words73

Sort these words:

race, rose, ice, age, space, place, twice, nice, hose, close, page, spaceship

spelling long vowels cvce
Spelling: Long Vowels CVCe
  • It was late when we got home.
  • It was late when we got home.
  • Look at the size of the mice!
  • Look at the size of the mice!
  • I vote for the first time.
  • I vote for the first time.
main idea and details75
Main Idea and Details
  • The topic is what a selection is about. The main idea is the most important idea about the topic.
  • Small pieces of information in a selection that tell more about the main idea are called details.
  • Good readers look for the main idea to help them understand what the whole story is about.
text structure
Text Structure
  • Authors often use headings to help readers know what they are going to read about next.
  • Paying attention to headings and thinking as we read can help us become better readers.
high frequency words
High Frequency Words
  • live
  • work
  • woman
  • machines
  • everywhere
  • world
high frequency word check
everywhere

about

live

other

machines

become

move

many

work

always

woman

use

world

into

High-Frequency Word Check
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • astronaut – a person who goes into space
  • shuttle - vehicle that carries astronauts into space
  • experiment – test to find out something
  • telescope – an instrument that makes things far away appear to be close
  • gravity – the natural force that makes everything on Earth move toward it
  • (next slide)
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • At the Space Center we saw an ____ in her spacesuit.
  • At the Space Center we saw an astronaut in her spacesuit.
  • It would be fun to float without ____ like she does.
  • It would be fun to float without gravity like she does.
vocabulary words85
Vocabulary Words
  • We looked through a ____ to see some stars.
  • We looked through a telescope to see some stars.
  • We saw pictures of an ____ in space with plants and rocks.
  • We saw pictures of an experiment in space with plants and rocks.
  • There was a huge space ____ parked there too.
  • There was a huge space shuttle parked there too.
tuesday s fix it was hom the astronaut was home she was gone a long time she was gone a long time
Tuesday’s Fix-It

was hom.

The astronaut was home.

she was gone a long time?

She was gone a long time.

grammar subjects87
Grammar: Subjects

Every sentence needs a subject. The subject of a sentence tells who or what does something.

  • An astronaut goes into space.
  • An astronaut goes into space.
  • A space shuttle goes up like a rocket.
  • A space shuttle goes up like a rocket.
wrap up your day88
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Text Structure
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will read about a girl who meets someone famous.
today we will learn about92
Today we will learn about:
  • new amazing words,
  • short vowels,
  • long vowels CVCe,
  • high-frequency words,
  • position words, and
  • subjects
launch
launch
  • launch
  • You launch something when you get it started or set it going.
  • We launch a boat or a plane when we get ready to go.
  • A space shuttle is launched when it starts up and gets into the sky.
meteorite
meteorite
  • me – te – or - ite
  • A meteorite is a piece of stone from space that hits something.
  • Spaceships sometimes are hit by meteorites.
  • Some meteorites that hit Earth leave big dents in the ground.
short vowels review read these words
Short Vowels Review:Read these words.
  • mist
  • must
  • mug
  • slug
  • slip
  • slop
  • slap
  • sled
high frequency words99
High Frequency Words
  • live
  • work
  • woman
  • machines
  • everywhere
  • world
high frequency words100
High-Frequency Words
  • Astronauts ______ on the space station.
high frequency words101
High-Frequency Words
  • Astronauts live on the space station.
  • Uncle Andy tells the funniest jokes in the whole _____.
high frequency words102
High-Frequency Words
  • Astronauts live on the space station.
  • Uncle Andy tells the funniest jokes in the whole world.
  • There were “out of Order” signs posted on all the snack _____.
high frequency words103
High-Frequency Words
  • Astronauts live on the space station.
  • Uncle Andy tells the funniest jokes in the whole world.
  • There were “out of Order” signs posted on all the snack machines.
  • After he dropped me off at school, Dad drove to _____.
high frequency words104
High-Frequency Words
  • Astronauts live on the space station.
  • Uncle Andy tells the funniest jokes in the whole world.
  • There were “out of Order” signs posted on all the snack machines.
  • After he dropped me off at school, Dad drove to work.
high frequency words105
High-Frequency Words
  • Mom said, “These toys are scattered _____!”
high frequency words106
High-Frequency Words
  • Mom said, “These toys are scattered everywhere!”
  • In two weeks my best friend Jack will ____ to a different town.
high frequency words107
High-Frequency Words
  • Mom said, “These toys are scattered everywhere!”
  • In two weeks my best friend Jack will move to a different town.
high frequency words108
High-Frequency Words
  • Mom said, “These toys are scattered everywhere!”
  • In two weeks my best friend Jack will move to a different town.
  • Mrs. Sage is the ____ in the green dress.
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High-Frequency Words
  • Mom said, “These toys are scattered everywhere!”
  • In two weeks my best friend Jack will move to a different town.
  • Mrs. Sage is the woman in the green dress.
word family word tell
Word Family Word – tell

jingle

bell

body cell

cell

phones

Liberty

Bell

jailcell

peanut

shells

gun

shells

wishing

well

sea shells

position words
Position Words

Position words tell the position of something.

  • into the sky
  • inside the shuttle
  • on a space shuttle
  • float everywhere
  • up and down
  • outside the shuttle
  • out their window
vocabulary words114
Vocabulary Words
  • I’m holding the book over my head.
  • The red book is beside the blue book.
  • There are books all around the room.
slide115

Wednesday’s Fix-It

it is a fine day to fly into space

It is a fine day to fly into space.

are in the sky no clouds

No clouds are in the sky.

grammar subjects116
Grammar: Subjects
  • Every sentence must have a subject.
  • The subject of a sentence tells who or what does something.
grammar subjects117
Grammar: Subjects
  • I want to be a police officer when I grow up.
  • I want to be a police officer when I grow up.
  • Police officers drive police cars and make the sirens go.
  • Police officers drive police cars and make the sirens go.
  • Police officers keep us safe.
  • Police officers keep us safe.
wrap up your day118
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Main idea and details
  • Fluency skill
  • Read with accuracy
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow they will read about space camp that children can attend to find out if they want to explore space.
today we will learn about122
Today we will learn about:
  • long vowels CVCe,
  • subjects, and
  • reasons for listening
read aloud123

Read-Aloud

Mission to Mars

sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • My jacket is somewhere, but I cannot find it.
  • I know someone who has a long nose on his face.
  • My friend has nine mice in a huge cage.
  • He can drive his nice car in the country.
  • One cent in my pocket will not get a beautiful gem for Mom.
  • We sat at the front of the rink to see them skate on ice.
word family word thank
Word Family Word – thank

shank

bank

riverbank

propane

gastank

army

tank

scubatank

fishtank

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Thursday’s Fix-It

was late for the soccer game

He was late for the soccer game.

they missed the first goal

They missed the first goal.

choose the subject in each sentence
Choose the subject in each sentence.
  • We go to a big school.
  • We go to a big school.
  • Many kids are here.
  • Manykids are here.
  • Our teacher’s name is Mr. Hunt.
  • Our teacher’s name is Mr. Hunt.
  • He plays soccer with us during recess.
  • He plays soccer with us during recess.
  • Mr. Hunt can kick a soccer ball very far.
  • Mr. Hunt can kick a soccer ball very far.
people listen for several different reasons why do we listen
People listen for several different reasons. Why do we listen?
  • We listen to hear questions.
  • We listen to hear other people’s ideas.
  • We listen for enjoyment and appreciations.
  • We listen for information.
wrap up your day136
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Text to World
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read about a space mission.
today we will learn about139
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Long Vowels CVCe
  • Subjects
  • Alphabetical Order: First Letter
long vowels cvce read these sentences
Long Vowels CVCeRead these sentences.

The slice of cake is nice.

The slice of cake is nice.

Did you erase the note on the page.

Did you erase the note on the page.

I will make a space in the cage for the mice.

I will make a space in the cage for the mice.

The mule has a huge white nose.

The mule has a hugewhitenose.

high frequency words live world work machines everywhere woman move
High-Frequency Wordslive, world, work, machines, everywhere, woman, move
  • Does he drive his car to _____?
  • Does he drive his car to work?
  • Was this bench made by people or ___?
  • Was this bench made by people or machines?
  • Who is that ____?
  • Who is that woman?
  • Did they ____ to a new home?
  • Did they move to a new home?
  • Does your family ___ next door to Joe?
  • Does your family live next door to Joe?
  • How big is our _____?
  • How big is our world?
  • Have you looked ____ for the lost pup?
  • Have you looked everywhere for the lost pup?
slide146
Friday’s Fix-It

That space suit is not my siz

That space suit is not my size.

my friend it will fit

It will fit my friend.

alphabetical order
Alphabetical Order
  • Words in a dictionary or glossary are listed in alphabetical, or ABC, order.
  • Topics in an encyclopedia and names in a phone book are also listed in alphabetical order.
  • This makes it easier to find things we need.
  • Even fiction books in a library are organized in alphabetical order according to the last name of the authors.
wrap up your week
Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Exploration!

review games150
Review Games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

  • Jigword

Spelling Words:

  • Quia Games
  • Spelling City

High Frequency Words:

  • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)
we are now ready to take our story tests
We are now ready to take our story tests.
  • Story test
    • Classroom webpage,
    • Student page,
    • Taking Tests
  • AR
    • Other Reading Quizzes
    • Quiz # 904603