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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 what can we discover by exploring nature
Big Question:What can we discover by exploring nature?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • new amazing words,
  • consonant blends,
  • character and setting, and
  • predicates
galaxy
galaxy
  • gal – ax - y
  • A galaxy is a huge group of stars. Earth and the sun are part of a big galaxy.
  • On a clear night you can see a galaxy of stars.
  • Scientists say there are lots of galaxies besides the one we are in.
tranquil
tranquil
  • tran - quil
  • Tranquil is how you feel when you are very calm and peaceful.
  • Looking at the stars makes me feel tranquil.
  • A warm summer night seems tranquil.
wildlife
wildlife
  • wild - life
  • Animals and plants that live wild outdoors are called wildlife.
  • There are many kinds of wildlife in the forest.
  • We saw many kinds of wildlife when we went camping.
consonant blends
Consonant Blends
  • b ack
  • w ing
  • What do you know about the consonants at the end of these words?
  • Today we’ll learn about consonant letters whose sounds are blended together in words.
consonant blends1
Consonant Blends
  • tr u st
  • This word begins with two consonants and ends with two consonants.
  • We have to blend two consonant sounds together to read the word.
  • You can also blend words by saying the sounds before the vowel together, saying the sounds of all the rest of the letters together, and then blending the two chunks.
consonant blends2
Consonant Blends
  • spr - ead
  • This word begins with three consonants.
  • We have to blend the sounds of all three consonants together to read the word.
consonant blends3
ask

tribe

grand

flute

stamp

place

stripe

scrub

Consonant Blends
consonant blends4
dusk

strap

mask

blame

bride

splat

clamp

frame

Consonant Blends
making word letter tiles

Making Word Letter Tiles

a - o

b - c - d - f - l - m - n - p - r - s - t

word reading
dwell

strong

stink

jump

scrub

track

mask

spring

plug

scrape

flex

smile

split

drank

stung

Word Reading
word family word not
Word Family Word – not

knot

blot

pot

tot

cot

plot

trot

slot

clot

dot

word family word thing
Word Family Word – thing

king

kingcobra

ring

wing

string

wring

bling

sling

character and setting
Character and Setting
  • Characters are the people or animals in stories.
  • Authors describe their characters. They tell what the characters look like, how they act, and how they think. They also tell about the setting, or where the story takes place.
  • Knowing about characters and setting can help a reader better understand a story.
read aloud

Read Aloud

Just a Little Patience

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Daily Fix-It

we saw a bird’s nesst in a tree

We saw a bird’s nest in a tree.

went on a camping trip

We went on a camping trip.

grammar predicates
Grammar: Predicates

Predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did. Every sentence must have a predicate.

  • We hiked up a mountain.
  • We hiked up a mountain.
  • The trail was hard.
  • The trail was hard.
  • It climbed up and up.
  • Itclimbed up and up.
grammar predicates1
Grammar: Predicates
  • My dad helped me a little.
  • My dad helped me a little.
  • The view at the top was great.
  • The view at the top was great.
  • I enjoyed that hike.
  • I enjoyed that hike.
  • My dad carried a backpack.
  • My dad carried a backpack.
  • He gave me a snack.
  • He gave me a snack.
wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Consonant Blends
  • Character and Setting
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will read about a family that explores nature by going camping.
today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:
  • new amazing words,
  • consonant blends,
  • character and setting,
  • monitor and fix up,
  • high-frequency words,
  • vocabulary words, and
  • predicates
underneath
underneath
  • un – der - neath
  • If you put a book under your chair, you can say the book is underneath your chair.
  • My socks are underneath my pajamas in the top drawer.
  • In my lunchbox, I have an apple underneath my sandwich.
identify
identify
  • i - den - ti- fy
  • When you identify something, you tell what it is.
  • The tags on a dog’s collar identify the dog’s owner.
  • I put my name on my lunchbox to identify it.
detective
detective
  • de - tec - tive
  • A detective is a person who tries to solve a mystery or figure out a problem.
  • You are a word detective when you figure out what a word means.
  • A police detective figures out who is responsible for a crime.
consonant blends5
Consonant Blends
  • mask
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with consonant blends. What sounds do the letters sk stand for in this word?
  • When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the sounds.
  • Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.
sing with me1
Sing With Me
  • We are going to listen to a song.
  • Nature’s Creatures
  • Click to listen.
consonant blends find the words in nature s creatures that have consonant blends
creatures

flock

crows

black

bluebird

screeching

gray

croaking

frogs

snakes

stretched

Consonant Blends: Find the words in “Nature’s Creatures” that have consonant blends.
sort these words with consonant blends

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends1

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends2

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends3

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends4

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends5

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends6

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends7

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends8

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends9

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends10

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends11

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

sort these words with consonant blends12

Sort these words with consonant blends:

bride, plump, grace, slide, stand, brand, slump, stride, space, stump, trace, strand

word family word snap
Word Family Word – snap

cap

map

sap

snap

wrap

strap

consonant blends6
Consonant Blends
  • Did you stop to ask about the state?
  • Did you stop to ask about the state?
  • The breeze blew the nest into the stream.
  • The breezeblew the nest into the stream.
  • Which twin put on the mask?
  • Which twin put on the mask?
character and setting1
Character and Setting
  • Characters are the people or animals in stories.
  • Authors describe their characters. They tell what the characters look like, how they act, and how they think. They also tell about the setting, or where the story takes place.
  • Knowing about characters and setting can help a reader better understand a story.
  • Describe the characters and identify the setting in some stories we read.
monitor and fix up
Monitor and Fix Up
  • Sometimes you may have questions while you are reading.
  • When this happens, you should keep reading to see if you discover the answers.
  • Ask yourself questions as you read so you will understand what you are reading.
high frequency words
High Frequency Words
  • love
  • mother
  • father
  • straight
  • bear
  • couldn’t
  • build
high frequency word check
about

bear

green

home

beautiful

love

build

mother

couldn’t

pulling

father

saw

good

straight

High-Frequency Word Check
henry mudge vocabulary words jigword
Henry & MudgeVocabulary WordsJigword
  • shivered – shook with fear
  • drooled – let saliva run from the mouth
  • lanterns – lights inside containers that can be carried
  • snuggled – cuddled together
  • (next slide)
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • When my friend and I slept in my backyard, I got so cold I _____.
  • When my friend and I slept in my backyard, I got so cold I shivered.
  • I ____ with my dog Ben to keep warm.
  • I snuggled with my dog Ben to keep warm.
vocabulary words1
Vocabulary Words
  • He ____ on me, but I didn’t care.
  • He drooled on me, but I didn’t care.
  • I was glad we both had ____ so it wasn’t so dark.
  • I was glad we both had lanterns so it wasn’t so dark.
daily fix it a nice breeze a nice breeze fanned our faces my dad and i my dad and i went hiking
Daily Fix-It

A nice breeze

A nice breeze fanned our faces.

my dad and I

My dad and I went hiking.

grammar predicates2
Grammar: Predicates

Predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did. Every sentence must have a predicate.

  • Henry and Mudge went camping.
  • Henry and Mudge went camping.
  • The girl
  • The girl rides her bike.
  • The two boys
  • The two boys play catch.
wrap up your day1
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Monitor and Fix Up
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will hear about forest animals.
today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:
  • long vowels CVCe,
  • words with consonant blends,
  • high-frequency words,
  • amazing words,
  • synonyms, and
  • predicates
fascinating
fascinating
  • fas – ci – nat - ing
  • Something that is fascinating is very interesting.
  • We read about a girl who found insects fascinating.
  • I read a fascinating book about elephants.
slimy
slimy
  • slim - y
  • Something slimy feels slippery and gooey when you touch it.
  • Some people think snakes feel slimy, but they really don’t.
  • The mud at the bottom of the river felt slimy on my feet.
high frequency words hot potatoes
High Frequency WordsHot Potatoes
  • bear
  • build
  • couldn’t
  • father
  • love
  • mother
  • straight
high frequency words1
High Frequency Words

What are the high frequency words in each sentence?

  • My mother and father took me camping.
  • My mother and father took me camping.
  • I was afraid we would see a bear.
  • I was afraid we would see a bear.
high frequency words2
High Frequency Words

What are the high frequency words in each sentence?

  • I couldn’t believe that my mom could build a fire.
  • I couldn’t believe that my mom could build a fire.
  • We went straight home after we camped.
  • We went straight home after we camped.
word family word junk
Word Family Word – junk

punk

chunk

junk

bunk

trunk

trunk

trunk

skunk

consonant blends find the spelling words that rhyme with these words
best

lap

team

hop

sneeze

task

date

save

band

dip

fin

Consonant BlendsFind the spelling words that rhyme with these words.
vocabulary synonyms which vocabulary words means the same as the underlined word
Vocabulary: SynonymsWhich vocabulary words means the same as the underlined word?
  • He shook and put an arm around Mudge.
  • Henry unpacked the food and pans and lights.
  • Henry’s father and mother cuddled.
slide96
Daily Fix-It

The stap on my backpack

The strap on my backpack broke.

That stem of water

That stream of water was cold.

grammar predicates predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did
Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.
  • One day I found a baby bird on the sidewalk.
  • One day I found a baby bird on the sidewalk.
  • I looked up and saw the bird’s nest in a tree.
  • I looked up and saw the bird’s nest in a tree.
  • The baby must have fallen out of the nest.
  • The baby must have fallen out of the nest.
wrap up your day2
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Character and setting
  • Read with accuracy and appropriate pace/rate
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will read about some people who think stars make pictures in the night sky.
today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:
  • Consonant blends
  • Predicates
  • Be a good speaker
read aloud1

Read Aloud

Insects Are My Life

sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • The strap on the backpack broke and books went everywhere.
  • Who was brave enough to live and work in the wide open West?
  • Machines help dump and spread piles of rocks.
  • We will bake bread for our snack.
  • The wind was strong enough to make the kite move.
  • The wise woman just went on a trip around the world.
word family word mail
Word Family Word – mail

pail

rail

jail

hail

nail

quail

snail

trail

tail

sail

daily fix it jen s bike jen s bike had a flat tire she and jim she and jim walked home
Daily Fix-It

Jen’s bike

Jen’s bike had a flat tire.

she and jim

She and Jim walked home.

grammar predicates predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did1
Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.
  • Jim and Jen liked to ride their bikes.
  • Jim and Jen liked to ride their bikes.
  • They wanted to explore nature.
  • They wanted to explore nature.
  • They rode their bikes to the park.
  • They rode their bikes to the park.
grammar predicates predicates tell what the subject of the sentence did2
Grammar: PredicatesPredicates tell what the subject of the sentence did.
  • Both of them looked for living things.
  • Both of them looked for living things.
  • They found trees, insects, and birds.
  • They found trees, insects, and birds.
be a good speaker
Be a Good Speaker

A good speaker does several things as he or she is in a classroom discussion.

  • Speak slowly and carefully.
  • Stand or sit up straight.
  • Raise your hand and ask to speak.
  • Speak loudly enough to be heard.
  • Take turns.
wrap up your day3
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Text to Text
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • You heard a story about a girl who loves bugs. Tomorrow we will hear about Amanda Frankenstein again.
today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:
  • Review consonant blends
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Amazing Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Predicates
  • Parts of a Book
consonant blends choose the words in each sentence that have consonant blends
Consonant Blends Choose the words in each sentence that have consonant blends.
  • The green frog is small.
  • The greenfrog is small.
  • Did you slip on the stone step?
  • Did you slip on the stonestep?
  • We will fly to the state of Florida.
  • We will fly to the state of Florida.
  • This tree is the last one we will plant.
  • This tree is the last one we will plant.
high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My ____ is the greatest dad.

I ____ him with all my heart.

My _____ is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I ____ ask for better folks

To help me _____, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t1
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I ____ him with all my heart.

My _____ is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I ____ ask for better folks

To help me _____, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t2
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My _____ is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I ____ ask for better folks

To help me _____ , bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t3
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My mother is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I ____ ask for better folks

To help me _____, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t4
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My mother is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I couldn’t ask for better folks

To help me _____ , bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

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High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My mother is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I couldn’t ask for better folks

To help me build, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom_____,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t6
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My mother is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I couldn’t ask for better folks

To help me build, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom straight,

And give me a big ____ hug, you know!

high frequency words bear straight love mother father build couldn t7
High Frequency Wordsbear, straight, love, mother, father, build, couldn’t

My father is the greatest dad.

I love him with all my heart.

My mother is the greatest mom.

We will never be apart.

I couldn’t ask for better folks

To help me build, bake, or sew

They help me keep my bedroom straight,

And give me a big bear hug, you know!

slide134
Daily Fix-It

Henry and Mudge

Henry and Mudge went camping.

The cooking does Henry’s mother

Henry’s mother does the cooking.

parts of a book
Parts of a Book

If you need to locate information about something in a book, you can use parts of the book to help you.

  • Use the table of contents to find out what the book is about. It shows the chapters in the book and what page they start on.
  • The index lists topics in alphabetical order.
  • The glossary tells you the meanings of words in the book.
review games1
Review Games

Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

  • Jigword

Spelling Words:

  • Quia Games
  • Spelling City

High Frequency Words:

  • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)
wrap up your week
Wrap Up Your Week!

Let’s Talk About

Exploration

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 # 904604