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What can we do in a dangerous situation? Click to listen to story. Small Groups. Timer. 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

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    1. What can we do in a dangerous situation?Click to listen to story.

    2. Small Groups Timer

    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 Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City Review Games

    4. Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends

    5. Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends

    6. Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends

    7. Big Question:What can we do in a dangerous situation? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

    8. Tara & Tiree, Two Good FriendsMonday

    9. Tara & Tiree, Two Good FriendsMonday

    10. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, • sequence, and • nouns

    11. Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Monday

    12. courageous • cou - ra - geous • Courageous means full of courage; brave. • Tara and Tiree were very courageous; they risked their own lives to save their owner. • The soldier wascourageous.

    13. hazard • haz - ard • A hazard is something dangerous. • The broken swing on the playground is a hazard. • Be careful of the hazard where the sidewalk is tilted.

    14. rescue • res - cue • If you rescue someone, you save that person from danger. If you saved someone, you made a rescue. • The firefighter rescued the child from the burning building. • The lifeguard came to the rescue of the child who could not swim.

    15. Click to listen to a song about helping someone who is in trouble.

    16. r-Controlled ar, or, ore • What are the vowel sounds in these two words? • had • spot • They make a short a and a short o sound. • Today we’ll learn about the sounds of a and o when followed by r.

    17. artist • A single vowel followed by the letter r has a sound that is neither short nor long, but r-controlled. • car • jar • park • arm • bark • farm • shark • smart • march • armor • carpet • charming

    18. orchestra • A single vowel followed by the letter r has a sound that is neither short nor long, but r-controlled. • or • for • corn • fork • porch • storm • more • tore • shore • score • wore • before

    19. r-Controlled ar, or, oreWhen the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. • had - hard • spot – sport

    20. r-Controlled ar, or, oreWhen the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. • You can blend longer words with /ar/ and /or/ by dividing them into smaller parts. • We usually divide words between two consonants. • Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. • dar / ling

    21. r-Controlled ar, or, oreWhen the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. • born • part • score • garden • morning • armor • forget • target • party • store • short • artist • carpet • correct

    22. Making Words Worksheet

    23. Making Word Letter Tiles a– e - o ch - d - f h - m - r

    24. shark porch shore market corner chop charm thorn art armor store pocket start morning batch Word Reading

    25. Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends

    26. Word Family Word – slow(online dictionary)

    27. Word Family Word – slow bow glow mow bow snow row tow sow crow flow

    28. Word Family Word – knew(online dictionary)

    29. Word Family Word – knew dew pew brew crew flew screw stew spew

    30. Let’s talk about working together!

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    44. Sequence • Sequence is the order in which things happen. • As you read, think about what happens first, next, and last. • Good readers pay attention to the order of the events in a story.

    45. Read Aloud: The Rescue

    46. Monday’s Fix-It that dog is smart That dog is smart. it’s exciteing to see it work hard It’s exciting to see it work hard.

    47. Grammar: Nouns A noun names a person, place, animal, or thing. • The park was covered in snow. • The park was covered in snow. • The ducks and geese had no food. • The ducks and geese had no food.

    48. Grammar: Nouns A noun names a person, place, animal, or thing. • Two children lived across the street. • Two children lived across the street. • The girl and the boy brought bread to the birds. • The girl and the boy brought bread to the birds.

    49. Sort these nouns into the correct group:park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds