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

  2. Small GroupTimer

  3. 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

  4. One Dark Night

  5. One Dark Night

  6. One Dark Night

  7. One Dark Night

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  9. Big Question:Why should we take care of animals? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  10. One Dark NightMonday

  11. One Dark NightMonday

  12. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis- • Sequence • Graphic Organizer • Singular and Plural Pronouns

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Listen for Amazing Words.

  17. 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.

  18. Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis- • Each prefix has a specific meaning: • un- , dis- : not • re- : again • pre- : before

  19. 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?

  20. unreal disallow prepay unlike disapprove reapply preview redo Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  21. unafraid discharge unfair disloyal recount prefix unmark dismount Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  35. unglue preview rereading resend disagree unloading replace preheat Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  36. dislikes undress distaste reprints redo preschool prewriting Prefixes un-, re-, pre-, dis-

  37. One Dark Night

  38. One Dark Night

  39. Sequence • Think about Firefighter! • Tell, in order, three things that happened in that story. • Could the last thing have happened first? Why not?

  40. 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.

  41. Daily Fix-It she wille un lock the doors She will unlock the doors. she well unpack her groceries? She will unpack her groceries.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.

  44. Singular and Plural Pronouns • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. ____ saw a cat.

  45. Singular and Plural Pronouns • Dad and Mom were driving home last night. They saw a cat. • ___ was sitting by the side of the road.

  46. 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.

  47. 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.

  48. 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.