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review games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling City-Voc.

Spelling City-Amazing

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words:

Match-Up

Spelling City

Review Games
big question how do plants change over time
Big Question:How do plants change over time?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Sequence
  • Important Ideas
  • Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
adapt
adapt
  • a – dapt
  • When things adapt, they change to fit new situations or surroundings.
  • The plant had to adapt to a bigger pot.
  • The dog had to adapt to its new home.
  • The families adapt well to living in a different country.
annual
annual
  • an – nu - al
  • Something that happens one time a year is an annual event.
  • A plant that lives only one year or season is called an annual.
  • We have an annual Fourth of July parade in our city.
  • We have an annual family reunion in August.
nutrients
nutrients
  • nu – tri - ents
  • Nutrients are things like proteins, vitamins, and minerals that people, animals, or plants need in order to grow and be healthy.
  • When you eat healthy food, you get a lot of nutrients.
  • Fruits and vegetables have many nutrients in them.
vowels oo u
Vowels oo, u

The name of this card is:

The sound of this card is:

The spelling of this card is:

vowels oo u1
Vowels oo, u
  • pup
  • What vowel sound do you hear in this word?
  • Today we’ll learn that the vowels oo and u can stand for the sound of oo as in book.
slide21

book

  • The letters oo can stand for the vowel sound in book or in moon. Context provides the clue to pronunciation.
    • book
    • cook
    • stood
    • hook
    • foot
    • wood
    • good
    • shook
    • took
slide22

The letter u can stand for short u or the vowel sound in book. Context provides the clue to pronunciation.

    • put
    • push
    • full
vowels oo u2
Vowels oo, u
  • pull
  • The u in this word stands for the /u/ sound.
  • Are the vowels sounds the same in pup and in pull?
vowels oo u3
wool

bulldog

book

pudding

woodpile

must

brook

overlook

number

bullet

footstep

full

wooden

textbook

sudden

Vowels oo, u
vowels oo u4
cook

stood

full

wood

July

shook

push

pull

brook

book

book

hood

put

Vowels oo, u
slide30

VOCABULARY

Root, vines, soil, bumpy, harvest, smooth, fruit

  • We bobbed up and down in the car because the road was so _______.
  • The peach orchard has many _________ trees growing there.
  • Fall is the time to ________ apples.
  • Pumpkins grow on ___________.
  • The water in the lake was as _________ as glass.
  • Using good ________ helps plants grow.
  • The _________ of a plant gets water from the ground.
slide31
Daily Fix-It

mike stod on a huge rok

Mike stood on a huge rock.

put your cap on the hook

Put your cap on the hook.

adjectives for number size and shape
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing.
  • Adjectives can tell how something looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells.
  • Words for number, size, and shape are adjectives.
  • The words a and an are also adjectives.
adjectives for number size and shape1
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • A sunflower has small seeds.
  • The word a describes how many sunflowers—one.
  • Small describes the size of the seeds.
adjectives for number size and shape2
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
adjectives for number size and shape3
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
  • Sunflowers are tall plants.
adjectives for number size and shape4
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
  • Sunflowers are tall plants.
  • Seeds grow in large heads.
adjectives for number size and shape5
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
  • Sunflowers are tall plants.
  • Seeds grow in large heads.
  • Tina took out oval seeds.
adjectives for number size and shape6
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
  • Sunflowers are tall plants.
  • Seeds grow in large heads.
  • Tina took out oval seeds.
  • She filled five bags with seeds.
adjectives for number size and shape7
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Tina planted ten sunflowers.
  • Sunflowers are tall plants.
  • Seeds grow in large heads.
  • Tina took out oval seeds.
  • She filled five bags with seeds.
wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Spelling /u/ words
  • Sequence
  • Important Ideas
  • Tomorrow we will read about how a plant changes as it grows.
today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Antonyms
  • Important Ideas
  • Sequence
  • Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
blazing
blazing
  • bla - zing
  • If something is blazing it is very hot.
  • Families drove through the blazing heat to escape the dust bowl.
  • It took many firefighters to put out the blazing fire.
  • Tell about a time when the weather was blazing.
vowels oo u5
Vowels oo, u
  • look
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with the sound oo/u/.
  • 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.
vowels oo u6
football

bushy

understood

shook

bullfrog

hood

push

fully

bullet

notebook

Vowels oo, u
vowels oo u7
Vowels oo, u
  • The cook put the wood in the pit.
  • I wore a hood when I stood by the brook.
  • Do not push or pull that big hook!
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • fruit– part of a plant that contains seeds
  • soil – top layer of Earth’s surface
  • root – part of a plant that takes in water and holds the plant in place
  • harvest– to gather crops
  • vine – a plant with a long, thin stem
  • bumpy – covered with high spots or lumps
  • smooth – flat or even
  • cycle – a series of actions that happen in the same order
  • wither – to dry up
  • tendrils – a slender, curling part of a plant
  • (next slide)
slide73
Vocabulary Wordsput, cook, stood, full, wood, July, shook, push, pull, brook, hook, hood, pudding, cushion, footprint
  • Which words name parts of a plant?
  • root, vine
  • Which word names this group: apple, orange, peach?
  • fruit
  • Which word names something that a farmer might do?
  • harvest
  • Which words tell how something feels?
  • bumpy, smooth
vocabulary review
fruit

water

harvest

animals

vine

warm

bumpy

people

smooth

ago

Vocabulary Review
slide81
Daily Fix-It

dad cut to pieces of wod

Dad cut two pieces of wood.

my birthday is in july

My birthday is in July.

adjectives for number size and shape8
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Words for number, size, and shape are adjectives.
  • The words a and an are also adjectives.
wrap up your day1
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Lesson Vocabulary
  • Sequence
  • Important Ideas
  • Antonyms
  • Tomorrow we will reread Life Cycle of a Pumpkin.
today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Antonyms
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
drought
drought
  • drought
  • In the 1930’s a drought began in the Great Plains.
  • A drought is a hot, dry period when it does not rain for a very long time.
  • The drought caused the land to dry up and crack.
  • The plants in the garden dried up and died because of the drought.
  • If drought means “a dry period” what words would mean the opposite?
vocabulary words1
Vocabulary Words
  • What do people do during a harvest, plant crops or pick crops?
  • Is soil something that hurts pumpkins or something that helps pumpkins grow?
  • What can you do with fruit, eat it or water crops with it?
  • What is a vine, a fall celebration or a plant with a long, slender stem?
vocabulary words2
Vocabulary Words
  • What does the root of a pumpkin plant do, act like a big umbrella to protect the plant from the sun or bring food and water to the plant?
  • Which is bumpy, a road with many holes and lumps in it or a road that is completely flat?
  • Which is smooth, a pond where the water is still or a pond with many waves in it?
antonyms
Antonyms
  • Antonyms are words with opposite meanings. Name the antonyms in this sentence.
  • Pumpkins can be bumpy or smooth, large or small, long or round.
  • bumpy – smooth
  • large – small
  • long - round
slide99
Daily Fix-It

the cok made a pumpkin pie

The cook made a pumpkin pie.

do you like puding.

Do you like pudding?

adjectives for number size and shape10
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Nouns name people, places, animals, and things.
  • Adjectives describe nouns.
  • Adjectives tell how nouns sound, smell, feel, look, and taste.
  • Adjectives also tell about the number, size, and shape of nouns.
wrap up your day2
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Fluency
  • Adjectives
  • Tomorrow we will read a poem that explains how seeds know which way to grow.
today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:
  • Review Amazing Words
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Review c, -le words
  • Fluency
  • Adjective for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Announcements
read aloud1

Read-Aloud

The Big Tree

ancient
ancient
  • an - cient
  • Very old things are ancient.
  • Events that happened more than 2,000 years ago are ancient.
  • The pyramids of Egypt are ancient structures.
massive
massive
  • mas - sive
  • Something is massive if it is extremely large.
  • An elephant has a massive body.
  • A massive rock blocked the entrance to the cave.
sprout
sprout
  • sprout
  • A very young plant is a sprout.
  • When a plant begins growing from a seed it sprouts.
  • The young bean sprout had little green leaves.
  • A seed needs warmth and moisture before it will sprout.
syllables consonant le
Syllables: Consonant + le
  • candle - can / dle
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with more than one syllable.
  • If a word ends with a consonant and le, those three letters make the last syllable in the word.
  • a / ble
sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • The bigger machines are the bulldozer and the pulley.
  • Mom’s baked pudding is tastier than any other in the world!
  • Are you carrying those full boxes of books everywhere?
sentence reading1
Sentence Reading
  • This is the easiest way to move the pushcart at work.
  • Look for the woman who writes in the tiniest notebook.
  • Do you live near the sparkling brook in the woods?
slide123

Fluency Routine:

Life Cycle of a Pumpkin

Page 72 – 75

I read

We read

You all read

You read!

slide124
Daily Fix-It

did You put away your game.

Did you put away your game?

brad shok my hand.

Brad shook my hand.

adjectives for number size and shape12
Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Words for number, size, and shape are adjectives.
  • The words a and an are also adjectives.
speaking and listening
Speakers:

Speak in a clear voice.

Speak slowly.

Make eye contact with listeners.

Use appropriate voice level.

Tell all the information.

Listeners:

Sit quietly.

Face the speaker.

Listen to what the speaker says.

Ask questions if you don’t understand part of the announcement.

Speaking and Listening
wrap up your day3
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • The woman pulled a cart full of books to the nook where the bookcase stood.
  • Today we read a poem about seeds. Tomorrow we will hear again about how plants grow from seeds.
today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:
  • Review Amazing Words
  • Review Vocabulary Words
  • Vowels oo, u
  • Adjectives for Number, Size, and Shape
  • Circle Graph
read aloud2

Read-Aloud

The Big Tree

vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the ____ so deep.
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit1
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a ____that it will keep.
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit2
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green ___.
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit3
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some ___ so firm and fine!
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit4
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
  • Some feel soft and ___ and flat.
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit5
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
  • Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
  • Others feel rough and ___ and fat.
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit6
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
  • Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
  • Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
  • But at ___ time we will pick and chat!
vocabulary words smooth bumpy root vine harvest soil fruit7
Vocabulary Wordssmooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
  • Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
  • Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
  • But at harvest time we will pick and chat!
rhyming words
Rhyming Words
  • I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
  • It will grow a root that it will keep.
  • Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
  • It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
  • Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
  • Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
  • But at harvest time we will pick and chat!
vowels oo u find the words with oo or u
Vowels oo, uFind the words with oo or u.
  • Those children took all the cookies.
vowels oo u find the words with oo or u1
Vowels oo, uFind the words with oo or u.
  • Those children took all the cookies.
  • Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
vowels oo u find the words with oo or u2
Vowels oo, uFind the words with oo or u.
  • Those children took all the cookies.
  • Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
  • Look at the crook get away!
vowels oo u find the words with oo or u3
Vowels oo, uFind the words with oo or u.
  • Those children took all the cookies.
  • Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
  • Look at the crook get away!
  • This is a good book.
vowels oo u find the words with oo or u4
Vowels oo, uFind the words with oo or u.
  • Those children took all the cookies.
  • Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
  • Look at the crook get away!
  • This is a goodbook.
slide152
Daily Fix-It

the wagon is ful of pumpkins?

The wagon is full of pumpkins.

the strong wind shok My car.

The strong wind shook my car.

wrap up our week
Wrap Up Our Week!

Let’s Talk About Our Changing World

related links
Related Links

Science Reader:

  • All About Plants
  • Desert Plants
  • Plants
  • Saquaro Cactus
discovery streaming videos
Discovery Streaming Videos
  • Growing Plants: Science in a School Garden (22:49)
  • Plant Life Cycles (20:00)
  • How Plants Grow (19:00)
  • Debbie Greenthumb: How Plants Grow (12:59)
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 # 904629