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Author: Judith Viorst Illustrator: Ray Cruz Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Sequence. Question of the Day. What tips might you give someone to help them learn to save money?. Phonics Objectives:. Use word parts to decode words with endings -ed, -ing, -er, and -est. Review plurals.

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Author: Judith Viorst
  • Illustrator: Ray Cruz
  • Genre: Realistic Fiction
  • Skill: Sequence

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question of the day
Question of the Day
  • What tips might you give someone to help them learn to save money?

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phonics objectives
Phonics Objectives:
  • Use word parts to decode words with endings -ed, -ing, -er, and -est.
  • Review plurals.
  • Blend and read words with endings -ed, -ing, -er, and -est and plural words.
  • Apply decoding strategies: blend longer words.

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dragonflies have large wings
Dragonflies have large wings.
  • We studied plural words formed by adding -s or -es or by changing y to i andadding -es.
  • Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words are plural.
  • How do you form the plural of wing?
  • How do you form the plural of dragonfly?

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i love sandy beaches and blue skies
I love sandy beaches and blue skies.
  • We studied plural words formed by adding -s or -es or by changing y to i andadding -es.
  • Read the sentence to yourself. Raise your hand when you know which words are plural.
  • How do you form the plurals of these words?

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decode longer words
DECODE LONGER WORDS

partiespickaxesballoons

batchesquizzesbaseballs

fussespaintbrushesfoxes

goldfinchesstoriesdetails

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read words in context
READ WORDS IN CONTEXT

1. Some animal babies ride in pouches.

2. The twins got new dresses and new watches for their birthday.

3.The big boxes were filled with surprises.

4. Flashes of lightning lit up the clouds.

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small group read pages 84 85
Small GroupRead pages 84-85

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fluency
FLUENCY

Partner Reading Partners practice reading aloud p. 79, three times. You should read with characterization, as if you were Alexander, and offer your partners feedback.

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grammar objectives
Grammar Objectives:
  • Define and identify sentences that are statements.
  • Define and identify sentences that are questions.
  • Become familiar with statement and question identification assessment on high-stakes tests.

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daily fix it
Daily Fix-It
  • What hapened to the dollar in my drawer.
  • What happened to the dollar in my drawer?
  • Dan spended it at the fare.
  • Dan spent it at the fair.

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guided practice
Guided Practice
  • A sentence that tellssomething is a statement.It begins with a capital letterand ends with a period.
  • A sentence that asks something is a question.It begins with a capital letterand ends with a question mark.

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test tip
Test Tip
  • You might be asked to identify statements and questions.Don't assume that anysentence that begins withwords such as what and whyis a question. It may be a statement or another kind of sentence.
  • Statement: What I saw was an airplane.
  • Question: What is in the sky?

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objectives
Objectives:
  • Spell words ending in-ed, -ing, -er, or -est.

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spelling strategy doubling up
Spelling Strategy - Doubling Up
  • The last letter of a base word determines how the word is spelled when -ed, -ing, -er, or-est is added. Pay attention to the last letter of base words to spell new words correctly.

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partner work
Partner Work

You will work with a partner. Take turns calling out the base form of each spelling word. Then the other partner will spell the related spelling word. For example, when one partner says "please," the students would reply by spelling "pleased."

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