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Title: When does sharing make sense? Click to listen to story.


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When does sharing make sense? Click to listen to
story.
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Small Groups
  • Timer

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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

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Turtles Race with Beaver
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Big Question When does sharing make sense?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

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Turtles Race with Beaver Monday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Monday
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Today we will learn about
  • new amazing words,
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • sequence, and
  • singular and plural nouns

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conflict
  • con - flict
  • A conflict is a struggle or fight, especially one
    that goes on for a long time.
  • My brother and I always have a conflict over
    whose turn it is to do the dishes.
  • Sometimes a simple argument can develop into a
    real conflict.

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inhabit
  • in hab - it
  • When you inhabit a place, you live in it.
  • Lots of fish inhabit that lake.
  • That big cactus is inhabited by many different
    desert animals.

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resolve
  • re sol - ve
  • If you resolve something, you make a decision or
    you solve or fix a problem.
  • We were arguing about what to do until my dad
    came and resolved the problem.
  • I resolved to study harder for the next test.

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Click to listen to song.
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • barn
  • sport
  • chore
  • Today well learn about r-controlled er, ir, and
    ur and the sounds they stand for.

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  • earth
  • A single vowel followed by the letter r has a
    sound that is neither short nor long, but
    r-controlled.
  • germ
  • her
  • person
  • bird
  • first
  • thirsty
  • burn
  • curve
  • nurse

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • burn
  • barn
  • fern
  • dirt
  • When the letters u, e, or i are followed by r,
    they usually have an r-controlled sound.

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • You can blend longer words with the /er/ sound by
    dividing them into smaller chunks, or syllables.
  • We usually divide words between two consonants.
  • Read one syllable at a time and then blend them
    together.
  • en / ter

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • burn
  • fern
  • dirt
  • enter
  • third
  • hurt
  • clerk
  • nurse
  • verse
  • summer
  • corner
  • tender
  • birth

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • chirp
  • surf
  • perch
  • first
  • urge
  • winter
  • person
  • survive
  • twirl

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur building words
  • e i u
  • c d h
  • p r - s - t

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  • Making Words Worksheet

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Word Reading
  • germ
  • herd
  • sherbet
  • burn
  • carport
  • circus
  • stern
  • border
  • tuck
  • curb
  • turn
  • curler
  • girl
  • first
  • thick

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Word Family Word him (online dictionary)
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Word Family Word him
brim
brim, breem
rim
swim
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Word Family Word truck (online dictionary)
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Word Family Word truck
muck
pluck
duck
puck
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Let Talk About Working Together!
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Sequence
  • Sequence is the order in which things happen.
  • When you read, think about what happens first,
    next, and last in a story. Look for clue words
    such as while, soon, after ,then, and before to
    help you understand when things are happening.
  • When you retell a story, use words like first,
    next, and last to show the sequence.

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Read-Aloud
  • Frogs Lily Pad

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • two turtle talked to hur
  • Two turtles talked to her.
  • she askked about his family?
  • She asked about his family.

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Grammar Singular and Plural Nouns
  • A noun is a person, place, animal, or thing.
  • A proper noun is a special name for a person,
    place, animal, or thing.
  • A singular noun names one person, place, animal,
    or thing.
  • A noun that names more than one is called a
    plural noun.

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Grammar Singular and Plural Nouns
  • You usually just add -s to show more than one.
  • bear bears
  • tree trees
  • rabbit rabbits
  • lamp lamps
  • shoe - shoes

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Grammar Singular and Plural Nouns
  • If the noun ends in s, ch, sh, or x, add es to
    the noun to show more than one.
  • fox foxes
  • bus buses
  • box boxes
  • dish dishes

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Grammar Singular and Plural Nouns
  • Sometimes we use one noun to name a group of
    people or things. These are called collective
    nouns.
  • Each word names a group of more than one, but the
    noun is still singular.
  • team
  • family
  • herd
  • class
  • flock
  • government
  • committee

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • Sequence
  • Lets Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read about a turtle and a beaver
    that need to share a pond.

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Turtles Race with Beaver Monday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday
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Today we will learn about
  • new amazing words,
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • sequence,
  • summarize,
  • high-frequency words,
  • vocabulary words, and
  • singular and plural nouns

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coax
  • coax
  • When you gently talk someone into doing
    something, you coax that person.
  • My brother coaxed me into letting him ride my
    bike.
  • Mom sometimes has to coax the baby into eating.

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ramp
  • ramp
  • A ramp is a slope or slant that connects two
    different levels.
  • Cars go down a ramp from the street to the
    parking garage.
  • At the pool, you can slide down a ramp into the
    water.

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ramp
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startle
  • star - tle
  • When you startle someone, you surprise and shock
    them very suddenly.
  • The huge boom of thunder startled me so that I
    dropped my glass.
  • The dogs sharp bark startled the children.

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Read-Aloud
  • A Ducky Day

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Word Family Word gum (online dictionary)
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Word Family Word gum
chum
drum
slum
scum
strum
slum
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • When the letters u, e, or i are followed by r,
    they usually have an r-controlled sound.
  • When you come to a new word, look at the letters
    from left to right and think about the vowel
    sounds. Say the sounds in the word to yourself
    and then read the word.

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • squirt
  • verb
  • purse
  • winter
  • circus
  • murmur
  • birthday

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • nerve
  • first
  • burden
  • confirm
  • Thursday
  • clerk

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Listen to listen to poem.
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur Find the r-controlled
words in Sisters Who Share.
  • sisters
  • share
  • mother
  • disturb
  • hers
  • dirt
  • furry
  • shirt
  • firm
  • Fern
  • germ

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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur disturb, shirt, dirt,
hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern
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r-Controlled er, ir, ur
  • She held the purse next to her skirt.
  • She held the purse next to her skirt.
  • A nurse is a good person to help you.
  • A nurse is a good person to help you.
  • Watch the turtle walk across the dirt path.
  • Watch the turtle walk across the dirt path.

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Sequence
  • Sequence is the order in which things happen.
  • When you read, think about what happens first,
    next, and last in a story.
  • Notice clues from the pictures to tell about the
    order of events.
  • Look for clue words to help you understand when
    things are happening
  • while, soon, after ,then, before, first, next,
    and last

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Summarize
  • A summary is a short retelling of the main
    points of a story.
  • Summarizing in your own words as you read can
    help you remember the main events in a story.
  • Ask yourself what the characters want, what the
    problem is, and how the problem is solved.

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Build Background
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High-Frequency Word Review
  • enough
  • beautiful
  • toward
  • work
  • above
  • build
  • ago
  • bear
  • word
  • animals
  • whole
  • though

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Vocabulary Words
  • buried - covered
  • dam something that blocks the flow of water
  • lodge a beavers den
  • challenge to invite someone to take part in a
    game or an argument
  • halfway in the middle
  • embarrassed uncomfortable or ashamed

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Beavers, Beaver Dams Lodges
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Vocabulary Words
  • My friend wanted to ____ me to a race.
  • My friend wanted to challenge me to a race.
  • She wanted to run all the way to the beaver ___.
  • She wanted to run all the way to the beaver
    lodge.
  • We raced past a ____ made of rocks.
  • We raced past a dam made of rocks.

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Vocabulary Words
  • I stopped when I saw something almost ___in the
    mud.
  • I stopped when I saw something almost buried in
    the mud.
  • I was ___ when my friend raced past me.
  • I was embarrassed when my friend raced past me.
  • I raced only ____, but I found a big prizea gold
    rock!
  • I raced only halfway, but I found a big prizea
    gold rock!

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • they were siting in the dert
  • They were sitting in the dirt.
  • turtle took a purse
  • Turtle took a purse.

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Singular and Plural Nouns
  • A singular noun describes one person, place,
    animal, or thing.
  • A plural noun describes more than one person,
    place, animal, or thing.
  • Add an s to most singular nouns to make them
    plural.
  • If the noun ends in x, ch, s, sh, or ss add an
    es to make it plural.

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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Summarize
  • Lets Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will hear about a duck family that
    needs help.

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Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Wednesday
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Today we will learn about
  • new amazing words,
  • contractions,
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur,
  • high-frequency words,
  • time and space words for sequence, and
  • singular and plural nouns

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serape
  • ser - ape
  • A serape is a shawl or blanket that people can
    wear over their shirts.
  • Serapes are worn in Latin America and usually
    have bright colors, often stripes.
  • Mom got a serape in Mexico that she wears
    sometimes instead of a sweater.
  • A girl at school has a serape with red and green
    and yellow stripes.

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serape
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vacation
  • va ca tion
  • A vacation is a time away from school or your
    usual duties.
  • When you take a vacation, you can say you
    vacation.
  • Our family vacationed at the lake last summer.
  • It was the first vacation we ever took away from
    home.

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Read-Aloud
  • A Ducky Day

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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Contractions
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Word Family Word sale (online dictionary)
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Word Family Word sale
bale
bale
whale
pan scales
scale
bathroom scale
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Time Order Words for Sequence
  • Sequence is the order in which things happen and
    clue words can help readers understand when
    things are happening.
  • One day, Turtle and Beaver raced across the pond.
  • One day, Turtle and Beaver raced across the pond.
  • Beaver was gone the next morning.
  • Beaver was gone the next morning.

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Time and Order Words for Sequence
  • long ago
  • every year
  • many days
  • that night
  • spring
  • winter
  • the next week

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • he was nammed beaver
  • He was named Beaver.
  • turtle gav him a mint?
  • Turtle gave him a mint.

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Singular and Plural Nouns
  • A singular noun describes one person, place,
    animal, or thing.
  • A plural noun describes more than one person,
    place, animal, or thing.
  • Add an s to most singular nouns to make them
    plural.
  • If the noun ends in x, ch, s, sh, or ss add an
    es to make it plural.

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Singular and Plural Nouns
  • The cat played with the ball.
  • The cats played with the balls.
  • The dog chewed the stick.
  • The dogs chewed the sticks.
  • The turtle liked the rock.
  • The turtles liked the rocks.
  • The beaver cut down the bush.
  • The beavers cut down the bushes.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Sequence
  • Fluency
  • Lets Talk About It!
  • Tomorrow we will read a selection about ponds.

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Turtles Race with Beaver Wednesday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Thursday
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Turtles Race with Beaver Thursday
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Today we will learn about
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • The Secret Life of Ponds,
  • singular and plural nouns
  • following and giving directions

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Read-Aloud
  • Harry Shares His Room

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Sentence Reading
  • Youre getting dirty from planting the birches,
    firs, and other trees.
  • Uncle Herb is going to buy that great big farm,
    the tractor, and the horses before winter.
  • The day I missed the bus, forgot my art project,
    and dropped the urn was the worst day ever.

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Sentence Reading
  • You may pick either the dark red purse or the
    purple skirt for the wedding.
  • I had to laugh when the large perch ate the worm
    from the fishing line and flopped back into the
    water!
  • This is the second time this summer that Carla
    and Bert will be working at our family store.

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Word Family Word same (online dictionary)
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Word Family Word same
Picture frame
frame chair
flame
car frame
quilt frame
glass frames
door frame
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  • Daily Fix-It
  • his kids hade a new hom
  • His kids had a new home.
  • he asked if she wanted it
  • He asked if she wanted it.

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Singular and Plural Nouns
  • A singular noun describes one person, place,
    animal, or thing.
  • A plural noun describes more than one person,
    place, animal, or thing.
  • Add an s to most singular nouns to make them
    plural.
  • If the noun ends in x, ch, s, sh, or ss add an
    es to make it plural.

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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Singular and Plural Nouns cat, roads, pedals,
bike, dresses, door, beaver, lodge, serapes,
friends, races, turtle
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Follow and Give Directions
  • When you give directions, you tell someone how to
    do something. You always start with the first
    step.
  • Then you tell the second step. The steps should
    be short and clear.
  • Then you tell the final step. Sometimes
    directions have more than three or four steps.
  • When you listen to directions, you follow the
    steps one at a time in the order given.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Text to Self
  • Lets Talk About It
  • We have heard a story about a boy who learns to
    share. Tomorrow we will hear about Harry again.

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Turtles Race with Beaver Friday
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Today we will learn about
  • r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • high-frequency words,
  • vocabulary words,
  • amazing words,
  • singular and plural nouns, and
  • alphabetical order to the second letter

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Read-Aloud
  • Harry Shares His Room

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r-controlled er, ir, ur
  • The first nurse was stern.
  • The first nurse was stern.
  • The clerk in the purple shirt sold us the skirt.
  • The clerk in the purple shirt sold us the skirt.
  • The water began to swirl and churn.
  • The water began to swirl and churn.
  • Did you hear the crickets whir and chirp in the
    ferns?
  • Did you hear the crickets whir and chirp in the
    ferns?

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High-Frequency Words enough, ago, whole, above,
toward, word
  • In a kingdom long, long ____,
  • High __ the mountains and snow,
  • Lived a king with a ____ lot of seedsand so,
  • He gave his ___to the people below,
  • That he would give them ____ seeds to plant and
    grow.
  • Then he threw the seeds ___ the people below!

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High-Frequency Words enough, ago, whole, above,
toward, word
  • In a kingdom long, long ago,
  • High above the mountains and snow,
  • Lived a king with a whole lot of seedsand so,
  • He gave word to the people below,
  • That he would give them enough seeds to plant and
    grow.
  • Then he threw the seeds toward the people below!

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • they walked to the dame
  • They walked to the dam.
  • turtle likked it very much
  • Turtle liked it very much.

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Alphabetical Order Second Letter
  • Alphabetical order is helpful because it makes
    information easier to find.
  • Alphabetical order is used in dictionaries,
    glossaries, and encyclopedias.
  • Put these words in alphabetical order
  • leech
  • water lily
  • cattail

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Alphabetical Order Second Letter
  • Sometimes you will need to alphabetize words that
    start with the same letter.
  • If the first letter is the same, look at the
    second letter to decide which will come first.
  • green frog
  • giant water bug

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Review Games
  • Vocabulary Amazing Words
  • Jigword
  • Spelling Words
  • Quia Games
  • Spelling City
  • High Frequency Words
  • Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)

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  • Classroom webpage,
  • Student page,
  • Taking Tests
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