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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

Fill-in-the Blank

Spelling City

Review Games
big question when are creative ideas good when are they bad
Big Question:When are creative ideas good? When are they bad?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Compound Words
  • Cause and Effect
  • Verbs for present, past, and future
consume
consume
  • con - sume
  • When you consume something, you eat it or use it all up.
  • Our family consumed a huge bowl of popcorn while we watched TV.
  • A lot of my extra time is consumed by homework and playing ball.
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prey
  • prey
  • Prey is an animal that is hunted and killed by another animal for food.
  • Small fish are often the prey of bigger fish.
  • Mice are the prey of cats.
shrewd
shrewd
  • shrewd
  • Someone or something shrewd is very clever and smart.
  • Dad told me to be shrewd about deciding what to do with my allowance.
  • The detective made a shrewd plan to catch the thief.
compound words
Compound Words
  • sail – boat
  • Today we’ll learn about combining two words, such as sail and boat, to make a compound word.
  • sailboat
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Compound Words
  • A compound word is made up of two shorter words.
  • The meaning of the compound word is often made up of the meanings of the two shorter words.
  • What two words do you hear in sailboat?
  • What does sailboat mean?
compound words18
Compound Words
  • To read compound words, first chunk the word into two words.
  • Read the two words and then blend them into one word.
  • Let’s blend this word together: sail-boat.
  • someone
  • bedtime
  • snowstorm
  • pancake
compound words19
Compound Words
  • maybe
  • daytime
  • cupcake
  • airline
  • haystack
  • network
  • rainstorm
compound words20
Compound Words
  • schoolyard
  • everything
  • bathtub
  • raindrop
  • brainstorm
  • lipstick
  • airplane
  • rowboat
compound words21
baseball

starfish

railroad

goldfish

forever

paycheck

snowflake

landlord

Compound Words
compound words22
seashore

laptop

birthday

weekend

suntan

backyard

babysit

grasshopper

Compound Words
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Compound Words
  • When you read compound words, chunk the word into two small words.
  • Read the two words and blend them into one compound word.
word family word then
Word Family Word – then

den

hen

den

wren

pen

word family word went
Word Family Word – went

dent

tent

bent

gent

vent

vent

cause and effect
Cause and Effect
  • Most things happen for a reason.
  • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why it happens.
  • Words like because can help you figure out why something happens.
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Daily Fix-It

hir purse is durty

Her purse is dirty.

the tirtle ca’nt run fast

The turtle can’t run fast.

grammar verbs for past present and future
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • It can show action that is happening now, has already happened, or is going to happen.
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Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Today Jeb bakes muffins.
  • The verb bakes tells about now. It ends with –s.
  • Yesterday Jeb baked muffins.
  • The verb baked tells about the past. It ends with –ed.
  • Tomorrow Jeb will bake muffins.
  • The verb will bake tells about the future. It begins with will.
grammar verbs for past present and future36
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins.
grammar verbs for past present and future37
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
grammar verbs for past present and future38
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut.
grammar verbs for past present and future39
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
grammar verbs for past present and future40
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple.
grammar verbs for past present and future41
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple. (past)
grammar verbs for past present and future42
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple. (past)
  • Next week he will use squash.
grammar verbs for past present and future43
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple. (past)
  • Next week he will use squash. (future)
grammar verbs for past present and future44
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple. (past)
  • Next week he will use squash. (future)
  • In the future, I will make my own muffins.
grammar verbs for past present and future45
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Decide if the verb tells about now, the past, or the future.
  • Jeb invents new kinds of muffins. (now)
  • Today he sprinkles coconut. (now)
  • Yesterday he added pineapple. (past)
  • Next week he will use squash. (future)
  • In the future, I will make my own muffins. (future)
wrap up our day
Wrap Up Our Day
  • Compound Words
  • Cause and effect
  • Let’s Talk About it!
  • Tomorrow we will read about a trickster named Anansi who gets tricked himself.
read aloud

Read-Aloud

Fat Cat

boast
boast
  • boast
  • Someone who boasts brags or speaks too well of himself of herself.
  • That girl always boasts about her grades.
  • Jim says he can run faster than I can, but I think he’s just boasting.
gloat
gloat
  • gloat
  • When you think about something you’re very satisfied with, you gloat about it.
  • The two farmers in the story gloated that their machines would get rid of the mice.
  • My big brother gloated at his team’s first win all season.
snicker
snicker
  • snick - er
  • When you snicker, you giggle or laugh in a mean way.
  • When one farmer saw the other’s mouse-catching machine, he snickered at it.
  • The kids snickered at the strange-looking car.
word reading pick out the compound words in mistake in the lake
Word Reading: Pick out the compound words in “Mistake in the Lake.”
  • Grandpa
  • rowboat
  • outside
  • Grandma
  • lunchbox
  • sunscreen
  • halfway
  • someone
compound words73
Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
compound words74
Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
compound words75
Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
compound words76
Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
compound words77
Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
  • I see frogs and birds by the riverbank.
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Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
  • I see frogs and birds by the riverbank.
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Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
  • I see frogs and birds by the riverbank.
  • I have popcorn before bedtime on the weekend.
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Compound Words
  • Can we play basketball in the driveway?
  • The birthday party will be in the backyard.
  • I see frogs and birds by the riverbank.
  • I have popcorn before bedtime on the weekend.
cause and effect84
Cause and Effect
  • Most things happen for a reason.
  • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why it happens.
  • Words like because can help you figure out why something happens.
  • As you read, ask yourself what happens and why it happens.
  • Look for clue words, such as if and because, that signal causes.
monitor and fix up
Monitor and Fix Up
  • When you read a story, ask yourself questions like:
    • Who is this story about?
    • Where does it happen?
    • What is happening?
monitor and fix up86
Monitor and Fix Up
  • If you don’t know the answer to a question, then stop the way you have been reading.
  • You might need to slow down.
  • If you read more slowly, you can better understand what you are reading.
monitor and fix up87
Monitor and Fix Up
  • As you read “Anansi Goes Fishing” ask yourself these questions:
  • What are the characters like in the story?
  • Do I remember what has happened in the story so far?
  • Should I read the story more slowly to understand what is happening?
trickster tales

Trickster Tales

Sometimes characters try to trick one another to get what they want.

high frequency word review
today

work

caught

whole

been

brought

tomorrow

watched

whatever

nothing

believe

catch

finally

eat

High-Frequency Word Review
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • lazy – not liking to work or be active
  • weave – to form threads into cloth or web or to make straw into hats or baskets
  • delicious – something that tastes really good
  • justice- something that is fair and right
vocabulary words lazy weave delicious justice
Vocabulary Wordslazy, weave, delicious, justice
  • Big Spider watched Little Spider ____ a large web.
  • weave
  • Big Spider felt ____, so she did not help Little Spider.
  • lazy
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Vocabulary Wordslazy, weave, delicious, justice
  • Little Spider ate a _____ bug that got caught in the web.
  • delicious
  • Little Spider said, “Too bad you’re hungry, Big Spider, but that’s ____!”
  • justice
slide96
Daily Fix-It

last week end I sent a leter

Last weekend I sent a letter.

my mom red a story at bed time

My mom read a story at bedtime.

grammar verbs for past present and future97
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • It can show action that is happening now, has already happened, or is going to happen.
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Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • We fish now.
  • We fish now. (present)
  • Yesterday we fished.
  • Yesterday we fished. (past)
  • Tomorrow we will fish.
  • Tomorrow we will fish. (future)
wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Monitor and Fix Up
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read hear a story about another very tricky character.
today we will learn about103
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • Compound Words
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
contentment
contentment
  • con – tent – ment
  • Contentment is a feeling of being pleased or satisfied.
  • The dog stretched and sighed in contentment.
  • After dinner, we sat around the campfire in complete contentment.
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cure
  • cure
  • When something cures you, it makes you feel better and healthy again.
  • The medicine the doctor gave me cured my rash.
  • Scientists are searching for a cure for many different diseases.
incident
incident
  • in – ci - dent
  • An incident is something that happens.
  • That movie had some very exciting incidents in it.
  • Mom told us several funny incidents from her trip.
read aloud108

Read-Aloud

Fat Cat

long o o oa ow
Long o: o, oa, ow
  • most, toad, show
  • You can read these words because you know that the long o sound can be spelled o, oa, and ow.
making words

Making Words

a – o

d – g – l – m – t – w

high frequency words whatever tomorrow finally believe today caught been
High-Frequency Wordswhatever, tomorrow, finally, believe, today, caught, been
  • I woke up on Sunday morning and said, “____ I don’t have to go to school.”
  • today
  • I love all kinds of foods and will eat ____ Dad puts on my plate.
  • whatever
  • Do you ___ fairy tales are true?
  • believe
  • Yesterday I went fishing and ____ three fish.
  • caught
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High-Frequency Wordswhatever, tomorrow, finally, believe, today, caught, been
  • I woke up on Thursday and said, “___ is Friday!”
  • tomorrow
  • I have ___ sick for three days.
  • been
  • I can’t wait until I’m ___ old enough to drive.
  • finally
compound words114
Compound Words
  • A compound word is made up of two shorter words.
  • The meaning of the compound word is often made up of the meanings of the two shorter words.
  • What two words do you hear in sailboat?
  • What does sailboat mean?
word family word glad117
Word Family Word – glad

game pad

mattress pad

mouse pad

vocabulary antonyms
Vocabulary: Antonyms
  • Remember that at the end of the story, Turtle was full.
  • The more he ate, the more full he became.
  • Anansi, however, was the opposite of full.
  • What word means the opposite of full?
  • Full and empty are opposites, or antonyms.
slide119
Daily Fix-It

he saw a toy in the drive way

He saw a toy in the driveway.

some one played a trick on her.

Someone played a trick on her.

grammar verbs for past present and future120
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • It can show action that is happening now, has already happened, or is going to happen.
wrap up your day121
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Cause and Effect
  • Fluency
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read hear a poem about how spiders avoid their own sticky traps.
today we will learn about125
Today we will learn about:
  • Review Amazing Words
  • Compound Words
  • Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Interpret Media Images
read aloud127

Read-Aloud

The Hippopotamus and a Monkey’s Heart

sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • Did your parents see everybody play tennis?
  • I see lots of shells wash up on the seashore.
  • Teddy keeps me company when nobody is home.
sentence reading129
Sentence Reading
  • I will paint a picture at recess when I am at school
  • Last weekend we drove to a faraway place.
  • My three teammates told me the answer after the reading test.
word family word pet132
Word Family Word – pet

net

jet

dining set

vet

poetry
Poetry
  • Poems are written in lines.
  • These lines are arranged in groups called verses.
  • Each line often begins with a capital letter, even if the line does not begin a new sentence.
  • Many poems have words that rhyme.
poetry135
Poetry
  • Sometimes authors use alliteration.
  • Alliteration is using words with repeating consonant sounds.
  • Read the title and find the alliteration.
  • spiders, stick
  • As we read the poem, look for other alliteration.
  • Also look in the poem for antonyms.
slide137
Daily Fix-It

i fish in the pond yesserday

I fished in the pond yesterday.

i will fished agen tomorro

I will fish again tomorrow.

grammar verbs for past present and future138
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • It can show action that is happening now, has already happened, or is going to happen.
grammar verbs for past present and future139
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Yesterday I played soccer.
  • Yesterday I played soccer.
  • Today I play soccer.
  • Today I play soccer.
  • Tomorrow I will play soccer.
  • Tomorrow I will play soccer.
grammar verbs for past present and future140
Grammar: Verbs for Past, Present and Future
  • Yesterday I cleaned my room.
  • Yesterday I cleaned my room.
  • Today I clean my room.
  • Today I clean my room.
  • Tomorrow I will clean my room.
  • Tomorrow I will clean my room.
wrap up your day141
Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Text to Text
  • Let’s Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read hear a story about a monkey that tricked a hippopotamus.
today we will learn about144
Today we will learn about:
  • Review Amazing Words
  • Compound Words
  • Review High-Frequency Words
  • Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
  • Alphabetical Order to the Second Letter
read aloud146

Read-Aloud

The Hippopotamus and a Monkey’s Heart

compound words147
Compound Words
  • I gave him a basketball for his birthday last weekend.
  • I gave him a basketball for his birthday last weekend.
  • Someone will watch the sailboat near the seashore.
  • Someone will watch the sailboat near the seashore.
compound words148
Compound Words
  • I put something in the treehouse by our driveway.
  • I put something in the treehouse by our driveway.
  • She broke the egg at breakfast and they were everywhere.
  • She broke the egg at breakfast and they were everywhere!
high frequency words been finally whatever today tomorrow believe
High-Frequency Wordsbeen, finally, whatever, today, tomorrow, believe
  • I ____ a fish!
  • caught
  • Can you ___ I got my wish?
  • believe
  • “_____ will I do with it?” I say.
  • whatever
  • “____ was a great day!”
  • today
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High-Frequency Wordsbeen, finally, whatever, today, tomorrow, believe
  • Mom said ____ I could go again.
  • tomorrow
  • She said I could ___ take my friend!
  • finally
  • If I do not take him, he will not know where I have _____.
  • been
slide153
Daily Fix-It

i want to do some thing fur bill

I want to do something for Bill.

do you had any ideas

Do you have any ideas?

alphabetical order
Alphabetical Order
  • Dictionaries, glossaries, and names in a telephone book are all arranged in alphabetical order.
  • Words that begin with a come before words that begin with b, and so on.
  • Sometimes two or more words begin with the same letter.
  • When this happens, we alphabetize by the second letter.
alphabetical order155
Alphabetical Order
  • Animal, friend, fish, spider, fly
  • How do we put these words in order?
  • animal
  • fish
  • fly
  • friend
  • spider
alphabetical order156
Alphabetical Order
  • walk, where, went
  • How do we put these words in order?
  • walk
  • went
  • where
alphabetical order157
Alphabetical Order
  • slow, stupid, share
  • How do we put these words in order?
  • share
  • slow
  • stupid
alphabetical order158
Alphabetical Order
  • tired, tomorrow, then
  • How do we put these words in order?
  • then
  • tired
  • tomorrow
alphabetical order159
Alphabetical Order
  • catch, cook, cried
  • How do we put these words in order?
  • catch
  • cook
  • cried
wrap up our week
Wrap Up Our Week!
  • Let’s Talk About Creative Ideas:
    • When are creative ideas good?
    • When are creative ideas bad?
  • Next week we will read about two sisters who use creative ideas to help each other.
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  • A Story, A Story
  • Mathica's Mathshop: Food for Thought
  • All about Folktales: Folktales from Afar
  • African and African-American Folktales
  • Stop, Look Listen: Okey Cokey Karaoke:Anansi, Cat,and Rat
  • The Emperor's New Clothes
  • Talk
  • How Anansi Obtained the Sky God's Stories
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 # 904599