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How can familiar things help us with changes?. Small Group Timer. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web. Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank. Review Games.

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  1. How can familiar things help us with changes?

  2. Small GroupTimer

  3. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank Review Games

  4. Quilt Story

  5. Quilt Story

  6. Quilt Story

  7. Quilt Story Word Family Word – start (online dictionary)

  8. Quilt Story Word Family Word – born (online dictionary)

  9. Quilt Story Word Family Word – year (online dictionary)

  10. Quilt Story Word Family Word – cheer (online dictionary)

  11. Quilt Story Word Family Word – boy(online dictionary)

  12. Big Question:How can familiar things help us with changes? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  13. Quilt StoryMonday

  14. Quilt StoryMonday

  15. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Syllables C + le • Compare and Contrast • Story Structure • Adjectives and Our Senses

  16. Quilt Story

  17. preserve • pre – serve • When you preserve something, you keep it protected from anything that would cause it to be ruined or spoiled. • You can preserve a photo by putting it in a frame. • You can preserve food by freezing it.

  18. represent • rep – re – sent • To represent something means to stand for it or symbolize it. • A person can represent another person or thing. • Flags represent countries. • A mayor represents the people of a city.

  19. valuable • val – u - a - ble • If something is worth something or is important to you, it is valuable. • Your friends are valuable to you. • Your mother may have given you a valuable piece of jewelry.

  20. Syllables: C + le • locate • You studied two-syllable words like this already. What do you know about reading two-syllables words? • Today we’ll learn about two-syllable words that end with a consonant and le. • If a word ends with a consonant and le, those three letters make the last syllable in the word. • bun / dle

  21. Syllables: C + le • wiggle • You can blend two-syllable words with consonant + le by dividing them into smaller parts. We usually divide the word so the last consonant plus le make up the last syllable of the word. • Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. • wig / gle

  22. dim / ple gig / gle ca / ble pud / dle sprin / kle ap / ple cra / dle sim / ple bub / ble spar / kle pur / ple sta / ble Syllables: C + le

  23. Making Words a, e, u b, g, j, l, m, n, p, s, t

  24. wiggle title lumber mumble pilot middle rifle focus panic ladle bugle tablet noble baby puzzle Syllables: C + le

  25. Syllables: C + le Review: • If a word ends in a consonant plus le, those three letters usually make up the last syllable of the word. • Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together.

  26. Quilt Story

  27. Compare & Contrast • Remember “A Walk in the Desert.” • How are our town and a desert alike and how are they different?

  28. Compare & Contrast • A selection contains many different ideas. • A writer can organize these ideas in various ways. • Good readers pay attention to the way ideas are organized. • One way to organize ideas is to tell how things are alike and different. • A writer can use clue words, such as like and also, to tell how things are alike. • A writer can use clue words, such as but and unlike, to tell how things are different.

  29. Story Structure • Story structure is how the write fits all the parts of the story together. • A writer can organize story ides by contrasting how things are different or comparing how things are alike.

  30. Daily Fix-It jill rod a purple bike Jill rode a purple bike. rick put tap on his ankel Rick put tape on his ankle.

  31. Grammar: Adjectives • An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing. • An adjective can tell how something looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. • My family loves hot cornbread. • Hot describes the way the cornbread tastes and feels.

  32. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal.

  33. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. • She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk.

  34. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. • She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. • She added pepper and green chilies.

  35. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. • She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. • She added pepper and green chilies. • She stirred to make smooth batter.

  36. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. • She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. • She added pepper and green chilies. • She stirred to make smooth batter. • Now I make delicious cornbread too.

  37. Grammar: Adjectives • Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. • She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. • She added pepper and green chilies. • She stirred to make smooth batter. • Now I make delicious cornbread too.

  38. Wrap Up Our Day! • Words that end with consonant + le • Compare and contrast • Let’s Talk About It • Tomorrow we will read about something that makes a girl feel like she is home—no matter where she is.

  39. Quilt StoryMonday Write about why friendships are valuable.

  40. Quilt StoryTuesday

  41. Quilt StoryTuesday

  42. Today we will learn about: • Syllables consonant + le • Amazing Words • Vocabulary Words • Prefixes • Word Structure • Adjectives and Our Senses

  43. Quilt Story

  44. tough • tough • If something is difficult to do, it is tough. • If something can take a lot of wear and tear without breaking or being damaged, it is tough. • It might be tough to decide what kind of pet you want. • Jeans are made from a tough material. • Some meat is tough to chew.

  45. concentration • con – cen – tra - tion • When you are thinking about one thing very carefully, that is concentration. • If you are trying to solve a math problem and are not paying attention to anything else, you are in deep concentration. • When all you will do for a morning is clean your room, your concentration is on cleaning.

  46. frown • frown • When you frown, you wrinkle your forehead and draw your eyebrows together, usually when you are worried, angry, or thinking. • You may frown when you try to think of an answer to a hard question. • A person who is worried about a lost pet may frown. • A smile is the opposite of a frown.

  47. Syllables: C + le • simple • You can read this word because you know how to read two-syllable words that end with consonant + le. • When you come to a two-syllable word that ends with consonant + le, look for the two syllables. • Read them and then read the word.

  48. Syllables: C + leFind words with consonant + le in “My Teddy Bear.” • struggle • snuggle • trouble • pickle • little • tickle

  49. Syllables: C + lescribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle