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  1. What can we learn by exploring the desert?Click to listen to story.

  2. Small Groups Timer

  3. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City – vocabulary words 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. A Walk in the Desert

  5. A Walk in the Desert

  6. A Walk in the Desert

  7. A Walk in the Desert

  8. Big Question:What can we learn by exploring the desert? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  9. A Walk in the DesertMonday

  10. A Walk in the DesertMonday

  11. Today you will learn about: • new amazing words, • inflected endings – adding –ed and –ing, • main idea and details, and • statements and questions

  12. Exploring SpaceMonday

  13. arid • ar - id • Something that is arid is very, very dry. • Deserts are arid because they don’t get much rain. • The air in your house in the winter might be arid because the heat is on all the time.

  14. landform • land - form • A landform is the shape formed on land. • Landforms are things like hills, mountains, lakes, and deserts. • The landforms in Arizona include mountains and desert, as well as rivers.

  15. landform

  16. precipitation • pre-cip-i-ta-tion • Precipitation means any kind of rain, snow, hail, or other form of water that comes down from the clouds to the ground. • A desert area is dry because it gets very little precipitation. • Many kinds of trees that grow in forests need a lot of precipitation.

  17. precipitation

  18. Listen to this song about the desert. The Arid Desert Click to listen. Sing with Me

  19. Inflected Endings • rained raining • What do you know about reading these words? • Today you’ll learn about words whose spelling changes before an ending is added.

  20. Inflected Endings • shop, shopped, shopping • The last consonant in shop, p, was doubled before the endings were added. • This happens in short-vowel words such as shop that end in just one consonant.

  21. Inflected Endings • like, liked, liking • The e was dropped before these endings were added. • This happens if a base word ends with e, and the ending starts with a vowel.

  22. Inflected Endings: Rules • If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. • If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

  23. Inflected Endings We will look at words whose spelling changes before an ending is added to the base word.

  24. Inflected Endings • thanks • quacked • swinging • closes • plugged • swimming • smiled • shining

  25. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  26. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  27. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  28. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  29. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  30. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  31. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  32. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  33. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  34. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  35. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  36. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  37. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  38. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  39. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  40. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  41. Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing.

  42. bringing running pages stacking skipped traced stinks spotted wiping plunked slamming closed blocked spreads gliding Word Reading

  43. A Walk in the Desert

  44. Word Family Word – train(online dictionary)

  45. Word Family Word – train drain chain brain grain

  46. Word Family Word – see(online dictionary)

  47. Word Family Word – see tee bee tree knee

  48. Let’s Talk About Exploration!

  49. Main Idea and Details • The main idea is the most important idea about the topic. • Details are small pieces of information in a selection that tell more about the main idea. • Good readers decide which ideas are most important as they react.