SIPPS • Bark, term, sir, sire, fur • Lar, der, irt, ean, bur • Stern, spark, shirt, steer , spurt • Carb, perp, seech, cir, urch
SIPPS • Construct • Constructing • Constructed • Construction • Engine • Engineer • Engineering
SIPPS • Substitue • Substituted • Substituting • Substitution • Puzzle • Puzzling • Puzzled • Puzzler
SIPPS • ence (science, silence) • ance (balance, importance)
SIPPS • Si.lencesur.face cir.cus • Sat.ur.dayin.flu.encede.pen.dence • Ar.rive firm.ly di.rec.tor • Dol.lar stan.dardper.form.ance • Thir.teendirt.ycur.rent • Ap.pear.ancein.sis.tencede.ter.mine • Tur.tle a.larmcon.cern • Cir.cle dur.ing sur.vive
SIPPS • Bitten margin polish • Punish truly fever • Bacon umpire harness • Motion habit basis • Nickel stable contempt
Objectives • The student will • Distinguish between singular and plural nouns • Spell plural nouns correctly • Use singular and plural nouns in writing • Become familiar with noun assessment on high stakes test
Daily Fix-It 3. Can we eat our lunchs in the field. The workers is puling weeds.
The carpenter built two tables • A singular noun names one person, place, or thing. • What is the singular noun? • A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. • What is the plural noun?
The carpenter built two tables. • Plural noun • tables • Singular noun • Carpenter
Objectives • The student will • Build vocabulary by finding words related to the lesson • Understand the meaning of the vocabulary words • Understand character and visualize to understand character • Use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words • Identify and understand character and characterization • Visualize to understand character and characterization
Reading - Whole • Complete workbook page 64 by lunch time! • Read A Day’s Work • Pages 178 – 185
Characters are the people or animals in a story. • Page 174 - 175
Vocabulary • Page 176 – 177 • Listen to the story at the end of day!
Small Groups • Remember to get your work done quietly & quickly. If you need something ask Ms. Smith! • I will be checking your center folders at lunch. • Comprehension – Graphic organizer • Fluency – Partner read fresh reads • Vocabulary - Grammar
OBJECTIVES • The student will be able • To explore adding 3 digit numbers with and without regrouping • To add 3 and 4 digit numbers with and without regrouping • To subtract 3 digit numbers with and without regrouping including numbers with zero • To subtract 3 and 4 digit numbers with and without regrouping
Math • Quiz on Addition with regrouping • Subtraction with regrouping
Subtraction with Regrouping Step 1 Copy the problem down! 324 - 195 Step 2 Look at the ones column. Is the number on top smaller? Yes = regroup and then subtract No= subtract
Step 3 Look at the tens column. Is the number on top smaller Yes = regroup and then subtract No = subtract Step 4 Subtract the hundreds column.
OBJECTIVES • The student will • Know that some source of energy is needed for organisms to stay alive and grow • Understand that energy is trasferred to living organisms through the food they eat • Know examples of living things that are classified as producers, consumers, carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores • Understands that energy is transferred to living organisms through the food they eat
Science • How do living things get energy? • Pages 106 - 107 • Important Words • Producer, consumer, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, prey, predator • Talk about Food Chain Project.
OBJECTIVE • The students will be able to • Understand information on a product map by using map symbols • Use map symbols to learn about agriculture in Calfornia • Describe the place chosen for the nation’s capital • Explain why many state capitals and county seats are located where they are
Social Studies • Review page 120 • Lesson 6 Communities are built for government • Page 121 -125 • Important words • Capital city, capitol, state capital, county, county seat Talk about collage Activity due tomorrow!