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Title: How do changes in the weather affect us? Click to listen to story.


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How do changes in the weather affect us? Click
to listen to story.
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  • Small Group Timer

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Online 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 Spelling City
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Amazing Words condition predict terrifying breeze whip sparkle funnel swirl
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Vocabulary Words special pressing branches picnic angry fingers clung tantrum scent fierce
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
High Frequency Words gone learn often pieces though together very
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
8
Big Question How do changes in the weather
affect us?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

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Helen Keller the Big Storm Monday
Morning Warm-Up Imagine that it is a warm, pleasant day. Most people feel great on days like this. How do changes in the weather affect us?
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Monday
Morning Warm-Up Imagine that it is a warm, pleasant day. Most people feel great on days like this. How do changes in the weather affect us?
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Today we will learn about
  • Vowel Patterns oo, ue, ew, ui
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Ask Questions
  • Adverbs That Tell How

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Amazing Words
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condition
  • con di tion
  • A condition is the way a thing or a person is,
    such as a weather condition or a health
    condition.
  • The weather condition is warm and rainy.
  • I exercise and eat healthy foods so I will stay
    in good physical condition.
  • Is your bicycle in good condition?

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predict
  • pre - dict
  • When you predict something, you say what you
    think will happen in the future.
  • I predict the bus will be late.
  • What do you predict will happen at the end of the
    story?
  • The weather people predict it will rain tomorrow.

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terrifying
  • ter ri fy ing
  • If something is terrifying, it makes someone feel
    very frightened.
  • The terrifying winds of the hurricane made us
    seek shelter.
  • The grizzly bear was terrifying to the campers.

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Click to listen to a song about changes in
weather.
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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • foot
  • What do you know about the vowel sound in foot?
  • Today well learn about vowel pairs that stand
    for the sound /u/, and oo is one of them.

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  • moon
  • The letters ew, ue, and ui can stand for the
    vowel sound in moon.
  • new
  • drew
  • threw
  • blue
  • clue
  • true
  • suit
  • juice
  • fruit
  • The /oo/ makes the vowel sound in moon or in
    book. Context provides the clue to pronunciation.
  • boot
  • food
  • moon

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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • food
  • The letters oo stand for the /u/ sound in food.
  • blue
  • few
  • The letters oo in moon, the ue in blue, and the
    ew in few stand for the sound /u/.

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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • boot
  • true
  • chew
  • proof
  • clue
  • juice
  • threw
  • too
  • glue
  • drew
  • fruit
  • mood
  • true
  • bruise
  • crew

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Making Words
  • e, o, o, u
  • b, c, h, l, p, r, s, t, w

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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • cool
  • stew
  • goose
  • due
  • tooth
  • rude
  • new
  • bloom
  • blue
  • juice
  • chew
  • tune
  • raccoon
  • recruit
  • huge

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
24
Word Family Word last (online dictionary)
Consonant Digraphs Blends
cast fast mast past vast blast
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Word Family Word last
cast
mast
mast
blast
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Word Family Word real (online dictionary)
Consonant Digraphs Blends
deal heal meal peal seal teal veal
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Word Family Word real
meal
deal
deal
seal
teal
veal
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Fact Opinion
  • Lets think about Life Cycle of a Pumpkin.
  • What are some facts we learned about pumpkins?
  • How can you prove these are facts?
  • A statement of fact can be proven true orfales.
  • An opinion cannot be proven true or false.

29
Ask Questions
  • Asking questions about a selection gives you a
    purpose for reading.
  • It also helps you remember the most important
    parts of the selection.

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Daily Fix-It
  • dee wore a blew sweater
  • Dee wore a blue sweater.
  • who drue this picture.
  • Who drew this picture?

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Adverbs that Tell How
  • An adverb tells more about a verb.
  • Some adverbs tell how an action is done.
  • Adverbs that tell how usually end in ly.
  • Dad saw the dark clouds clearly.
  • Clearly tells how Dad saw the clouds.

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Adverbs that Tell How quietly, quickly, loudly,
carefully, wildly, suddenly
  • Everyone, listen _____ , said Dad.
  • Everyone, listen carefully, said Dad.
  • We must take shelter _____.
  • We must take shelter quickly.
  • We sat _____ in the basement.
  • We sat quietly in the basement.

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Adverbs that Tell How quietly, quickly, loudly,
carefully, wildly, suddenly
  • The wind blew _____.
  • The wind blew wildly.
  • Thunder boomed ______.
  • Thunder boomed loudly.
  • _____ the power went out.
  • Suddenly the power went out.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Vowel patterns /u/
  • Fact Opinion
  • Lets Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will read about a special girl who
    found herself alone in a big storm.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm Monday
Journal Topic Make a list of weather conditions.
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Helen Keller. Her world was transformed because of an unexpected and terrifying storm. Have you ever been afraid of a storm?
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Helen Keller. Her world was transformed because of an unexpected and terrifying storm. Have you ever been afraid of a storm?
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Today we will learn about
  • Vowel patterns oo, ue, ew, ui
  • Amazing Words
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Multiple-Meaning Words
  • Context Clues
  • Adverbs That Tell How

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Amazing Words
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breeze
  • breeze
  • When the wind is not too strong, you feel a
    breeze in the air.
  • A summer breeze blew through the windows and
    cooled the house.
  • The breeze filled the sails and pushed the boat
    across the water.

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whip
  • whip
  • If something flaps or moves back and forth, such
    as a flag on a pole, it whips around.
  • The flag was whipping around in the strong wind.
  • The wind began whipping the sails of the boat.
  • The breeze started whipping the sides of the tent.

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sparkle
  • spar - kle
  • If something sparkles, it shines or glitters.
  • The clear water was sparkling in the sunlight.
  • The ring held a sparkling diamond in it.
  • The snow was sparkling like glitter.

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Read-Aloud
  • Happy Birthday, Old Man Winter!

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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • news
  • You can read this word because you know how to
    read words with the /u/ vowel sound.
  • What sound do the letters ew stand for in this
    word?
  • true
  • spoon
  • fruit

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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • 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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Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • grew
  • fool
  • clue
  • balloon
  • avenue
  • nephew
  • pursuit
  • kangaroo
  • barbeque
  • jewel
  • cruise

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Click to listen to Blue Skies to Gray.
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Vowel Patterns for /u/ Find the words with the
/u/ sound in Blue Skies to Grey.
  • blue
  • blew
  • too
  • true
  • fruit
  • juice
  • flew
  • suits
  • due

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Making Words
  • e, i, o, o, u
  • d, f, g, h, l, p, r, s, t

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
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Word Family Word shape (online dictionary)
Consonant Digraphs Blends
cape gape nape tape drape grape scrape
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Word Family Word shape
cape
nape
gape
gape
cape
scrape
drape
tape
tape
grape
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Vowels of /u/
  • His new suit is blue.
  • His new suit is blue.
  • The fruit juice was too sweet.
  • The fruit juice was too sweet.
  • He drew the true size of that spoon.
  • He drew the true size of that spoon.

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Vocabulary Words
  • special different in some way
  • pressing putting a force on something
  • branches parts of a tree that grow from the
    trunk
  • picnic a meal eaten outdoors
  • angry feeling mad and full or anger
  • fingers parts of the hand
  • clung held onto or stuck to
  • (next slide)

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branches
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picnic
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tantrum
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More Words to Know
  • tantrum an outburst a temper fit
  • scent the way something smells
  • fierce wild or dangerous

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Vocabulary Word Review
  • special
  • world
  • branches
  • learn
  • picnic
  • love
  • angry
  • move
  • clung
  • friend

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Context Clues
  • We can use strategies when we come across words
    we dont understand.
  • We can look in a dictionary or glossary.
  • Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts.
    If we know the base words and prefix or suffix,
    we can put the word parts together to give us the
    meaning of the unknown word.

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Context Clues
  • We can look for context clues in the words and
    sentences around the unknown word.
  • Today we will learn more about using context
    clues to find the meaning of a multiple-meaning
    word.

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Daily Fix-It
  • we walke to the park
  • We walk to the park.
  • did tom drink his juice.
  • Did Tom drink his juice?

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Adverbs That Tell How
  • An adverb can tell more about a verb by telling
    how an action is done.
  • Adverbs that tell how usually end in ly.
  • Anna danced merrily across the stage.
  • Merrily tells how Anna danced.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Lesson Vocabulary
  • Ask Questions
  • Lets Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will hear a story about another type
    of storm.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm Tuesday
Journal Topic Write about a good friend of yours.
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about Tessa. She happily welcomes winter and excitedly makes a snow cake. What is your favorite season and why?
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about Tessa. She happily welcomes winter and excitedly makes a snow cake. What is your favorite season and why?
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Today we will learn about
  • Amazing Words
  • Dipthongs oi, oy
  • Words with vowels oo, ue, ew, ui
  • Homographs
  • Adverbs That Tell How

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Amazing Words
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funnel
  • fun - nel
  • The cone-shape of a tornado is called a funnel
    cloud.
  • The cloud became a funnel shape and reached down
    to the ground.
  • Use a funnel to pour the milk into the bottle.
  • A funnel shape is larger at the top and smaller
    at the bottom.

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funnel
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swirl
  • swirl
  • If things swirl, they twist around and around.
  • A swirling motion is a twisting, whirling motion.
  • The fall leaves swirl around the yard as the wind
    blows them.
  • The fruit smoothie is swirling in the blender.
  • The swirling tornado covered one mile of land.

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swirl
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Read-Aloud
  • Happy Birthday, Old Man Winter!

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Dipthongs oi, oy
  • toy - coil
  • Look at these words.
  • You can read these words because you know that
    the dipthongs oi and oy stand for the sound /oi/.

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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi

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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
poison
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
poison rejoice
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy poison rejoice
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy poison rejoice oily
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy poison rejoice oily
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy annoy poison rejoice oily
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy annoy poison rejoice oily choice
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy annoy oyster poison rejoice oily choice
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy annoy oyster royal poison rejoice oily choice
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Dipthongs oi, oy poison, rejoice, enjoy, oily,
destroy, annoy, choice, oyster, royal, avoid
oy oi
enjoy destroy annoy oyster royal poison rejoice oily choice avoid
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Vocabulary Words special pressing branches picnic angry fingers clung tantrum scent fierce
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Vocabulary Words Do these sentences make sense or
are they nonsense?
  • She made a handprint in the clay by pressing down
    very hard.
  • A peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a special
    sandwich you usually eat for lunch.
  • Because I clung very hard to my hat, it blew away
    in the wind.

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Vocabulary Words Do these sentences make sense or
are they nonsense?
  • Max was so angry with Pete that he thanked him.
  • We hung a birdhouse in the branches of the tree.
  • Lets take our dinner outside and have a picnic.
  • I put wool socks on my feet to keep my fingers
    warm.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
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Word Family Word share (online dictionary)
Consonant Digraphs Blends
care dare fare hare mare pare rare tare ware flare glare scare snare spare stare
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Word Family Word share
hare
fare
mare
pare
tare
dare
ware
stare
flare
glare
spare
snare drum
snare
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Homographs
  • Homographs are words that are spelled the same
    but have different meanings.
  • Homographs are often pronounced differently too.

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Homographs
  • bow
  • a knot that has loops
  • Mom put a bow in my hair.
  • bow
  • the act of bending the head or body
  • The dancers took a bow when we clapped.

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Homographs
  • wind
  • a mass of moving air
  • A strong wind knocked over our garbage pail.
  • wind
  • to tighten the spring of a machine
  • I must wind my watch every day.

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Daily Fix-It
  • sam is marys nephew
  • Sam is Marys nephew.
  • a fact can be pove
  • A fact can be proved.

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Adverbs that Tell How
  • An adverb tells more about a verb.
  • Some adverbs tell how an action is done.
  • Adverbs that tell how usually end in ly.

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Adverbs that Tell How
  • Think of adverbs that tell how Helen did each of
    these actions the day of the big storm.
  • breathed
  • sat
  • touched
  • waited

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Fact and Opinion
  • Fluency
  • Lets Talk About It
  • Tomorrow they will learn about something that is
    all around them but they cannot see.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm Wednesday
Journal Topic Write a descriptive paragraph about wind.
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Thursday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about wind. Its true that wind helps kites and balloons fly, but wind can also be spooky. When can wind be frightening?
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Thursday
Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about wind. Its true that wind helps kites and balloons fly, but wind can also be spooky. When can wind be frightening?
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Today we will learn about
  • Vowel patterns oo, ue, ew, ui
  • Adverbs That Tell How
  • Speaking Well

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Amazing Words condition predict terrifying breeze whip sparkle funnel swirl
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Read-Aloud
  • Twisters!

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Sentence Reading
  • We found the very old book downtown.
  • We will look around together, even though you did
    too.
  • Did you learn to play football with the scout
    troop?

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Sentence Reading
  • The brown sugar for the pudding was gone.
  • Look how often they push and pull that cart.
  • How many pieces of fruit did you put down there?

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
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Word Family Word star (online dictionary)
Consonant Digraphs Blends
bar car far gar jar mar tar scar spar
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Word Family Word star
gar
jar
bar
car
scar
spar
tar
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Daily Fix-It
  • the wind blue down a tree?
  • The wind blew down a tree.
  • did pam go home today
  • Did Pam go home today?

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Adverbs that Tell How
  • An adverb tells more about a verb.
  • Some adverbs tell how an action is done.
  • Adverbs that tell how usually end in ly.

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Speaking Well
Speakers Listeners
Be expressive. Use complete sentences. Avoid vocal pauses and repetitive words. Use appropriate voice level.
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Speaking Well
Speakers Listeners
Be expressive. Use complete sentences. Avoid vocal pauses and repetitive words. Use appropriate voice level. Sit quietly. Face the speaker. Listen to what the speaker says.
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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Making Connections
  • Lets Talk About It
  • We have read about changes that occur in the
    natural world. Tomorrow we will learn more about
    this topic.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm Thursday
Journal Topic List sights and sounds of a storm.
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Helen Keller the Big Storm Friday
Morning Warm-Up This week we read about winter and wind. The weather affects us in both good and bad ways. Why is predicting the weather an important job?
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Today we will learn about
  • Vowel Patterns oo, ue, ew, ui
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Amazing Words
  • High-frequency Words
  • Adverbs That Tell How
  • Choosing Appropriate Reference Sources

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Amazing Words condition predict terrifying breeze whip sparkle funnel swirl
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Read-Aloud
  • Twisters!

125
Vowel Patterns for /u/
  • He grew the fruit for this juice.
  • He grew the fruit for this juice.
  • Did the owl hoot when the wind blew?
  • Did the owl hoot when the wind blew?
  • My new bruise was black and blue.
  • My new bruise was black and blue.
  • The goose flew over the zoo.
  • The goose flew over the zoo.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Spelling Words too clue new juice fruit drew blue flew true cruise cool nephew suit shampoo spoon
Word Family Words last real shape share star
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Helen Keller the Big Storm
Vocabulary Words special pressing branches picnic angry fingers clung tantrum scent fierce
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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a ____ day.

129
Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will ___ and play.

130
Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the ____ of a tree.

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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five ___ tickle me!

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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five fingers tickle me!
  • Its time to let the ___ ants be!

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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five fingers tickle me!
  • Its time to let the angry ants be!
  • We ___ to our basket, everyone.

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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five fingers tickle me!
  • Its time to let the angry ants be!
  • We clung to our basket, everyone.
  • Why, its Fido, ___ to join the fun.

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Vocabulary Words pressing, angry, branches,
fingers, special, picnic, clung
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five fingers tickle me!
  • Its time to let the angry ants be!
  • We clung to our basket, everyone.
  • Why, its Fido, pressing to join the fun.

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Rhyming Words
  • Today is a special day.
  • We will picnic and play.
  • Under the branches of a tree.
  • Your five fingers tickle me!
  • Its time to let the angry ants be!
  • We clung to our basket, everyone.
  • Why, its Fido, pressing to join the fun.

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Helen Keller the Big Storm
High Frequency Words gone learn often pieces though together very
138
Daily Fix-It
  • who spill grape jooce on the rug
  • Who spilled grape juice on the rug?
  • jed filled to bottle with water
  • Jed filled two bottles with water.

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Adverbs that Tell How
  • An adverb tells more about a verb.
  • Some adverbs tell how an action is done.
  • Adverbs that tell how usually end in ly.

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Reference Sources
  • There are many different reference sources and
    that each is used for a special reason.
  • There is often more than one source that can be
    used to find information on a subject, such as
    using an encyclopedia and the internet to find
    information about a famous person from history.

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Reference Sources
  • If you want to check the spelling of a word, look
    in a dictionary or use spell-check on your
    computer.
  • You can also use the thesaurus on your computer
    if you are looking for a different word to use.

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Reference Sources
  • If you want to find out about certain people or
    places, use an encyclopedia or search on the
    Internet.
  • You can get information about places in an atlas,
    which has maps you can use to locate places.

143
Wrap Up Your Week!
  • Lets Talk About
  • Our Changing World

144
Helen Keller the Big Storm Friday
Journal Topic Write about a weather forecast.
145
Science Leveled Readers
  • Earths Weather
  • Earths Weather Seasons
  • How Clouds Are Made
  • Hurricanes Tornadoes

146
Helen Keller the Big Storm Related Links
United Streaming Helen Keller Between The Lions Videos Homophones Helen Keller Video clips Fact and Opinion Game Ivy Green
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  • Student page,
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