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When can creative ideas solve problems?. Small Group Timer. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web. Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank. Review Games. Rosa & Blanca.

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review games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Fill-in-the Blank

Review Games
big question when can creative ideas solve problems
Big Question:When can creative ideas solve problems?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • Theme and Plot
  • Verbs
abundant
abundant
  • a – bun – dant
  • Abundant means more than enough or plenty.
  • If you have more food than you need, you have an abundant amount of food.
  • We found an abundant supply of wood for the campfire.
assist
assist
  • as -sist
  • If you assist someone, you help him or her do something.
  • Our teacher likes us to assist him in passing out papers.
  • We always assist the coach after the games by bringing all the balls and bats and other equipment to him.
generous
generous
  • gen – er – ous
  • A generous person shares with other people and is unselfish.
  • It was generous of you to give so much time to the project.
  • People were very generous to those who lost their homes in the flood.
long i i ie igh y
Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • bike hide
  • When you see i-consonant-e, the i says its name, and the e is silent.
  • Today we’ll learn about other spellings for long i.
long i i ie igh y1
Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • wild
  • Sometimes i stands for long i.
  • spider
  • tie
  • fly
  • high
long i i ie igh y2
What do you know about reading these words?

The letters i, ie, igh, or y can all stand for long i.

Long i: i, ie, igh, y
long i i ie igh y3
find

pilot

title

die

lie

shy

sly

tight

might

Long i: i, ie, igh, y
long i i ie igh y4
bright

child

why

die

sigh

cry

lie

lilac

Long i: i, ie, igh, y
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh1
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh2
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh3
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh4
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh5
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh6
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh7
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh8
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh9
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh10
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long and short i think mild fly pitcher mint fries flight kind stick tried nylon thigh11
Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
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Long and Short ithink, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh
long i
find

squint

dirt

wild

spin

dried

kind

chime

whirl

writing

trick

why

cycle

spine

birth

Long i
theme and plot
Theme and Plot
  • What happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story is the plot.
  • Every story has one big idea which is the theme.
  • Good readers pay attention to what happens and the order in which it happens. (plot)
  • Then they think what they learned to help them understand the big idea of a story. (theme)
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Daily Fix-It

there is a speider in a web

There is a spider in a web.

did you friten it

Did you frighten it?

grammar verbs for the past present and the future
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show something that happens now, in the past, or in the future.
grammar verbs for the past present and the future1
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future
  • Today Chris plays the piano.
  • Today Chris plays the piano. (present)
  • Yesterday Chris played the piano.
  • Yesterday Chris played the piano. (past)
  • Tomorrow Chris will play the piano.
  • Tomorrow Chris will play the piano. (future)
grammar verbs for the past present and the future2
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future
  • Chris started piano lesson three years ago.
  • Chris started piano lessons three years ago.
  • Today he practices all morning.
  • Today he practices all morning.
grammar verbs for the past present and the future3
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future
  • His sister dances to the music.
  • His sister dances to the music.
  • Their mother smiles at her children.
  • Their mother smiles at her children.
  • Next year they will attend music camp.
  • Next year they will attend music camp.
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend1
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend2
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend3
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend4
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
grammar verbs for the past present and the future started practices dances smiles will attend5
Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Futurestarted, practices, dances, smiles, will attend
wrap up the day
Wrap Up the Day!
  • Long I words
  • Theme and Plot
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read about two sisters who find creative ways to show how much they care about each other.
today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • Theme and Plot
  • Predict
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Verbs for present, past, and future
dismay
dismay
  • dis – may
  • Dismay is a feeling of deep disappointment and fear.
  • The three farmers felt great dismay when they realized the mice were eating their corn.
  • I felt dismay when I was afraid I didn’t pass the test.
efficient
efficient
  • ef – fic – ient
  • An efficient person gets things done without wasting time or energy.
  • In the story, the fat cat was the most efficient mouse catcher of all.
  • You can be efficient when you do your homework if you have everything you need before you start.
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beam
  • beam
  • When you beam, you smile in a very happy way.
  • Jill beamed when she won the contest.
  • The first snowfall of the year had all the kids beaming.
long i i ie igh y5
Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • highlight
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with long i spelled igh. When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds. Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.
long i i ie igh y6
myself

died

tigers

remind

lied

firefly

upright

grind

tied

reply

delight

Long i: i, ie, igh, y
long i i ie igh y7
Long i: i, ie, igh, y

Find the words with a long i in “So Much Pie!”

  • pie
  • my
  • high
  • lie
  • find
  • child
  • mind
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
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Long i: i, ie, igh, yfind, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tie
long i i ie igh y8
Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • I saw the birds fly in the bright sky.
  • Can you identify the right spider?
  • The child wanted to see the arrival of the flight.
theme and plot1
Theme and Plot
  • The theme of a story is the big idea behind the story.
  • You can think about what you learned from a story to figure out the big idea.
  • The plot is what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
  • As you read, think about the big idea of the story.
  • Keep track of the order of events as they happen in a story.
predict
Predict
  • We can tell what we think will happen next in a story based on what has already happened and what we know about life.
  • When you read a story, think about the characters in the story.
  • Use what you know about them to guess what they might do next.
  • Use what you know about life to predict what they might do next.
high frequency words review
their

whole

alone

laughed

half

poor

many

loved

buy

another

daughters

were

youngest

house

High-Frequency Words Review
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • luckiest – having more luck and good fortune than anyone else
  • tortillas – thin, round cakes made of corn meal that are served hot
  • chiles – a hot pepper that is used as seasoning (picture)
vocabulary words chilies tortillas luckiest
Vocabulary Wordschilies, tortillas, luckiest
  • Mama made a plate of ____ for lunch.
  • I am the _____ boy alive to have so many!
  • I like to eat the hot ____ too.
slide102
Daily Fix-It

a small childe look at the sky

A small child looked at the sky.

tomorrow the day be brite.

Tomorrow the day will be bright.

verbs for past present and future
Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Verbs are words that show action.
  • Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future.
    • We plant the tomatoes.
  • What endings do we use when we talk about the past?
    • We planted the tomatoes.
  • What verb do we add when we talk about the future?
    • We will plant the tomatoes.
verbs for past present and future1
Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Tomorrow I will pick out vegetables at the market.
  • Yesterday I _____ out vegetables at the market.
  • Today I ____ vegetables at the market.
wrap up the day1
Wrap Up the Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Predict
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will hear a read aloud about how other characters use creative ideas to solve problems.
today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Compound Words
  • Long i
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Verbs for present, past, and future
forever
forever
  • for – ever
  • Forever means never ending or always.
  • Sometimes I feel like we’ve lived here forever.
  • Nobody can be young forever.
situation
situation
  • sit – u – a – tion
  • A situation is an act or happening or condition.
  • When you study a situation, you try to figure out what is going on.
  • The car accident was a dangerous situation.
compound words
Compound Words
  • driveway
  • Compound words are made up of two smaller words. What words make up driveway?
  • schoolyard
  • everything
  • bathtub
  • raindrop
high frequency words many half buy daughters youngest alone their
High-Frequency Wordsmany, half, buy, daughters, youngest, alone, their
  • I like to sit all ____ in my bedroom and read.
  • We will go over to ___ house after school.
  • We will ___ milk at the store.
  • I am the ___ of three children.
  • They have one son and two ____.
  • Dad cut my sandwich in ____.
  • How ___ cats do you have?
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Daily Fix-It

i wants to finde the right seeds

I want to find the right seeds.

me sister wi’ll plant them

My sister will plant them.

verbs for past present and future2
Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Verbs are words that show action.
  • Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future.
  • last year – played tag
  • now – play softball
  • next year – will learn to swim
wrap up the day2
Wrap Up the Day!
  • Theme and Plot
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read a story about a thirsty crow with a creative idea.
today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:
  • Long i
  • Verbs for present, past, and future
sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • It has been a mild winter with light snow and no ice.
  • Did you finally locate the bright white tile at the store today?
  • I believe it is time to donate rice to the food drive.
  • The child cried when he caught a cold and had a high fever.
  • I don’t know whatever happened to the spider that tried to catch the fly.
  • Mike might have time tomorrow to fix my broken boat.
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Daily Fix-It

hour yard has a birdbath

Our yard has a birdbath.

now Birds stopped to drink

Now birds stop to drink.

verbs for past present and future3
Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Verbs are words that show action.
  • Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future.
  • I whirled across the stage.
  • I whirl across the stage.
  • I will whirl across the stage.
wrap up the day3
Wrap Up the Day!
  • Making Connections
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Today you heard a story about a boy who overcomes his fear. Tomorrow we will hear about Wiley and the Hairy Man again.
today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Verbs for present, past, and future
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Long i: i, ie, igh, y
  • The child flies the kite high in the sky.
  • Dad ate a slice of pie.
  • Why did you park your bike by the hydrant?
  • He tried to run a mile twice last week.
high frequency words half their daughters buy alone many youngest
High-Frequency Wordshalf, their, daughters, buy, alone, many, youngest
  • How ____ students are in your class?
  • The ___ child is two years old.
  • I will drink only ___ a glass of milk.
  • I sat ___ in the woods and watched the animals.
  • Max is ___ dog.
  • I want to save my money so I can ___ skates.
  • Mom read a tale about three ____.
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Daily Fix-It

i helped Mom made a mail box

I helped Mom make a mailbox.

now Her mail stayed dry

Now her mail stays dry.

wrap up the week
Wrap Up the Week!
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Next week you will read about a man who thought of new ways to help others.
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 # 904608