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Title: Where do creative ideas come from? Click to listen to story.


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Where do creative ideas come from? Click to
listen to story.
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  • Small Group 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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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words excel process research opportunity accomplish original scientist unusual
Vocabulary Words college agriculture laboratory greenhouse
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A Weed Is a Flower
High Frequency Words clothes only hours question money taught neighbor
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A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Big Question Where do creative ideas come
from?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

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A Weed Is a Flower Monday
Morning Warm-Up Creative people discover many new things. Where do they get their ideas? Where do creative ideas come from?
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A Weed Is a Flower Monday
Morning Warm-Up Creative people discover many new things. Where do they get their ideas? Where do creative ideas come from?
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Today we will learn about
  • Amazing Words
  • Comparative endings
  • Cause/effect
  • Verbs am, is, are, was, were

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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words
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excel
  • ex cel
  • When you excel at something, youre better than
    most people at it.
  • Kayla excels at math.
  • Inventors excel in creative thinking.

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process
  • proc ess
  • When you process something, you prepare it by
    following a set of steps.
  • My raincoat has been processed to make it
    waterproof.
  • People process peanuts into many things,
    including shaving cream and shampoo.

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research
  • re search
  • Research means a very careful investigation or
    hunting for facts.
  • I did a lot of research to make sure the facts
    in my report about weather were correct.
  • People found many ways to use peanuts through
    research.

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Click to listen to a song about what you can make
out of a peanut.
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Comparative Endings
  • joking - dried
  • What do you know about reading these words?
  • Both has a base word, an ending and a spelling
    change.
  • What are the endings?
  • What are the spelling changes?
  • Today youll learn about the endings er and est.

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Comparative Endings
  • funnier - funniest
  • The base word in these words is funny. What
    spelling changes do you see?
  • To blend these words, read one chunk, or
    syllable, at a time and then blend the chunks
    together
  • fun, ni, er, funnier fun, ni, est, funniest

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Comparative Endings
  • We add er to words when we compare two things.
  • My joke is funnier than yours.

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Comparative Endings
  • We add est to words when we compare three
    things
  • Kelly told the funniest joke of all.

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Comparative Endings
  • Chunk the word into parts, the base word and the
    ending.
  • See if the base word has a spelling change.
  • Read the chunks from left to right and then blend
    all the chunks together.

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Comparative Endings
  • slow, slower, slowest
  • big, bigger, biggest
  • polite, politer, politest
  • fluffy, fluffier, fluffiest
  • sunny, sunnier, sunniest
  • long, longer, longest
  • mad, madder, maddest
  • fine, finer, finest

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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong stronger
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong stronger strongest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly stronger strongest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly stronger sillier strongest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly stronger sillier strongest silliest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot stronger sillier strongest silliest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot stronger sillier hotter strongest silliest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot stronger sillier hotter strongest silliest hottest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry stronger sillier hotter strongest silliest hottest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry stronger sillier hotter drier strongest silliest hottest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry stronger sillier hotter drier strongest silliest hottest driest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry fine stronger sillier hotter drier strongest silliest hottest driest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry fine stronger sillier hotter drier finer strongest silliest hottest driest
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Comparative Endings
Base Word (2 things) -er (3 things) -est
strong silly hot dry fine stronger sillier hotter drier finer strongest silliest hottest driest finest
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Comparative Endings
  • hottest
  • rarest
  • lovelier
  • biggest
  • braver
  • funniest
  • maddest
  • tamest
  • healthiest
  • fatter
  • later
  • sunnier
  • thinner
  • safest
  • scarier

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A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Word Family Rhymes bead(online dictionary)
Consonants Digraphs Blends
lead read plead
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Word Family Rhymes bead
read
plead
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Word Family Rhymes cold (online dictionary)
Consonants Digraphs Blends
fold gold hold mold sold told scold
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Word Family Rhymes cold
hold
mold
fold
gold
told
sold
scold
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Lets Talk about Creative Ideas
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Cause and Effect
  • Most things happen for a reason.
  • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why
    it happens.
  • Paying attention to why things happen helps you
    understand what you read.

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Read-Aloud
  • Louis Braille

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • he am the hapiest dog
  • He is the happiest dog.
  • where is their a place too sit
  • Where is there a place to sit?

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • A verb can tell what someone or something is
    doing.
  • A verb can show something that happens now, in
    the past, or in the future.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The verbs am, is, are, was, and were do not show
    action.
  • They show what someone or something is or was.
  • These verbs are forms of the verb to be.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The verbs am, is, and are, tell about now.
  • I am an inventor.
  • Jen is an inventor.
  • Des and Ali are inventors.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The verbs was and were, tell about the past.
  • Bill was an inventor.
  • Katie and Sam were inventors.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • Use am, is, and was to tell about one person,
    place or thing.
  • Use are and were to tell about more than one
    person, place, or thing.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • Inventors ____ clever people. (is, are)
  • are
  • Zippers ____ invented not long ago. (was, were)
  • were
  • Today inventions ____ everywhere. (is, are)
  • are

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • I ____ in the Young Inventors Club. (am, are)
  • am
  • George _____ in the club too. (are, is)
  • is

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Comparative words with er, est
  • Cause and effect
  • Lets talk about it!
  • Tomorrow the class will read about George
    Washington Carver, a man who found the need to
    solve problems in creative ways.

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A Weed Is a Flower Monday
Journal Topic List things you excel in at home and school.
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A Weed Is a Flower Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up Someone may have an idea for something to make our livesbetter and happier. How can the smallest ideabecome a great idea?
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A Weed Is a Flower Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up Someone may have an idea for something to make our livesbetter and happier. How can the smallest ideabecome a great idea?
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Today we will learn about
  • Amazing words
  • Comparative endings
  • Cause and effect
  • Monitor and fix-up
  • High-frequency words
  • Vocabulary words
  • Verbs am, is, are, was, were

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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words
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opportunity
  • op por tu - ni ty
  • An opportunity is a good chance or a favorable
    time.
  • We had an opportunity to go to a movie on
    Saturday.
  • Will we have an opportunity to have a play date
    this week?

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accomplish
  • ac com - plish
  • When you accomplish something, you succeed in
    carrying it out or finishing it.
  • The mayor of our town accomplished many
    important things.
  • She was proud she accomplished so much in only
    an hour.

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original
  • o rig - i nal
  • Something that is original is the only one of
    its kind or the first of something.
  • We use my grandmothers original recipe for those
    delicious cookies.
  • A copy machine makes copies of an original
    paper.

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Read-Aloud
  • Teddys Bear

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Comparative Endings
  • redder
  • You can read this word because you know how to
    read words with endings er and est.
  • What base word and ending form redder?

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Comparative Endings
  • When you come to a word with an er or est
    ending, figure out the base word (remember that
    there may have been a spelling change), read the
    word parts from left to right, and then blend the
    parts together to read the word.

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Comparative Endings
  • finest
  • tiniest
  • hotter
  • hottest
  • funnier
  • funniest
  • bluer
  • bluest
  • luckier
  • luckiest
  • quicker
  • quickest
  • flatter
  • flattest
  • larger
  • largest

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Click to listen to The Latest Ideas.
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Comparative Endings Find the words with
comparative endings in The Latest Idea.
  • latest
  • hottest
  • busiest
  • bigger
  • finer
  • prettier

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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est

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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
latest
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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
latest hottest
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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
latest hottest busiest
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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
bigger latest hottest busiest
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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
bigger finer latest hottest busiest
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Comparative Endings Sort these words latest,
hottest, busiest, bigger, finer, prettier
-er -est
bigger finer prettier latest hottest busiest
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A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Word Family Rhymes - room (online dictionary)
Consonants Digraphs Blends
doom loom bloom broom gloom groom
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Word Family Rhymes - room
bloom
loom
broom
groom
gloom
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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.
  • The sooner we get to the park, the happier I will
    be!

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.
  • The sooner we get to the park, the happier I will
    be!

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.
  • The sooner we get to the park, the happier I will
    be!
  • This is the busiest work day, so the soonest Mom
    can come home is seven.

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.
  • The sooner we get to the park, the happier I will
    be!
  • This is the busiest work day, so the soonest Mom
    can come home is seven.
  • Our new puppy is the smallest and fattest of them
    all!

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Comparative Endings
  • Today feels hotter than the hottest day we ever
    had.
  • The sooner we get to the park, the happier I will
    be!
  • This is the busiest work day, so the soonest Mom
    can come home is seven.
  • Our new puppy is the smallest and fattest of them
    all!

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Cause and Effect
  • Most things happen for a reason.
  • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why
    it happens.
  • Look for clue words that signal causes, such as
    so and because.

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Monitor and Fix Up
  • When you dont understand something that happens
    in a story, it is a good idea to stop reading and
    look quickly over what they have already read to
    clear up any confusion about the story.

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Monitor and Fix Up
  • Ask yourself questions as you read A Weed Is a
    Flower.
  • Do I make sure I understand as I read?
  • Do I go back and look quickly for information I
    dont know or understand.

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A Weed Is a Flower
High Frequency Words clothes only hours question money taught neighbor
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High Frequency Word Review
  • only
  • answer
  • clothes
  • school
  • hours
  • people
  • taught
  • their
  • question
  • parents
  • money
  • washed
  • neighbor
  • enough

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Vocabulary Words
  • college a school of learning to attend after
    high school
  • agriculture having to do with farming
  • laboratory a place where tests and experiments
    are done
  • greenhouse a building with glass or plastic
    sides where plants are kept warm
  • Next slide

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college
Auburn University
University of Alabama
Northeast Alabama Community College
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agriculture
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laboratory
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greenhouse
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Vocabulary Wordscollege, agriculture,
laboratory, greenhouse
  • We grow plants in the _____ when it is cold
    outside.
  • greenhouse
  • I want to study _____ when I grow up.
  • agriculture

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Vocabulary Wordscollege, agriculture,
laboratory, greenhouse
  • One day I will go to ____ to learn more about
    plants.
  • college
  • There I will study seeds and plants in a ______.
  • laboratory

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • it are smallest than that
  • It is smaller than that.
  • plants that row of seeds straighterer.
  • Plant that row of seeds straighter.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • A verb can tell what someone or something is
    doing.
  • A verb can show something that happens now, in
    the past, or in the future.
  • Verbs change when we talk about one or more than
    one person or thing.
  • They also change when we talk about the past or
    present.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • Which verbs talk about the past?
  • Which verbs are used with one or more people or
    things.
  • Which verbs are used with I?

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The verbs am, is, are, was, and were do not show
    action. They show what someone or something is
    or was.
  • These verbs are forms of the verb to be.
  • The verbs am, is, and are, tell about now.
  • The verbs was and were, tell about the past.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • A seed is small.
  • What is the verb?
  • The seeds ____ small.
  • I ____ small.
  • These trees were once just seeds.
  • The tree ___ once just a seed.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Monitor Fix Up
  • Lets Talk About It
  • Tomorrow you will hear a read aloud that tells
    more about where ideas come from.

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A Weed Is a Flower Tuesday
Journal Topic Write about an idea you had and tell how you thought of it.
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A Weed Is a Flower Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up Toymakers make better toys every year. Some are faster and some are louder. Some are even smarter! How would you make your favorite toy better?
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A Weed Is a Flower Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up Toymakers make better toys every year. Some are faster and some are louder. Some are even smarter! How would you make your favorite toy better?
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Today we will learn about
  • Long i i, ie, igh, y
  • Comparative Endings
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Synonyms
  • Verbs am, is, are, was, were

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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words
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scientist
  • sci en tist
  • A scientist is a person who is trained in
    science and is an expert in it.
  • Scientists have discovered many things about the
    world we live in.

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unusual
  • un u su al
  • Something that is unusual is not usual or not
    ordinary.
  • The children made an unusual barbecue sauce when
    they were trying to act like scientists.

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Read-Aloud
  • Teddys Bear

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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y

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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
pie
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
pie might
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
pie might sigh
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
pie might sigh fly
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger pie might sigh fly
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild pie might sigh fly
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild pie lie might sigh fly
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild pie lie might sigh fly by
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild pie lie might sigh high fly by
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild pie lie might sigh high fly by cyclone
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider pie lie might sigh high fly by cyclone
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider find pie lie might sigh high fly by cyclone
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider find pie lie might sigh high bright fly by cyclone
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider find pie lie die might sigh high bright fly by cyclone
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider find pie lie die might sigh high bright fly by cyclone python
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Long i i, ie, igh, ypie, might, sigh, fly,
tiger, mild, lie, by, high, cyclone, wider, find,
bright, die, python, tie
i ie igh y
tiger mild wider find pie lie die tie might sigh high bright fly by cyclone python
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High-Frequency Words
  • rhymes with flowers
  • hours
  • rhymes with honey
  • money
  • I wasnt sure how to answer the ____.
  • question
  • I was the ____ one who raise my hand.
  • only

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High-Frequency Words
  • My mom ____ school for twelve years.
  • taught
  • My pants and shirts are too small so I will have
    to buy some new ____.
  • clothes
  • Mr. Johnson is our next door ____.
  • neighbor

132
A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Word Family Rhymes - soak (online dictionary)
Consonants Digraphs Blends
cloak croak
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Word Family Rhymes - soak
croak
cloak
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Comparative Endings
  • opposite of colder and coldest
  • hotter, hottest
  • opposite of sadder and saddest
  • happier, happiest
  • opposite of bigger and biggest
  • smaller, smallest

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Comparative Endings
  • opposite of later and latest
  • sooner, soonest
  • opposite of more crooked and most crooked
  • straight, straightest
  • opposite of thinner and thinnest
  • fatter, fattest

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Synonyms
  • Moses and Susan Carver thought that George was an
    unusual child. He was also described as small
    and weak.
  • When authors write, they choose certain words but
    other words with the same or similar meanings
    could also be used.

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Synonyms
  • Words that have similar meanings are called
    synonyms.
  • George remained small and weak.
  • But as he grew, they saw he was an unusual child.
  • Find a word to use in place of the underlined
    word without changing the meaning of the sentence.

139
  • Daily Fix-It
  • i am happyest when I are busy
  • I am happiest when I am busy.
  • then I finich my work soonner.
  • Then I finish my work sooner.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The forms of to be tell whether it is about one
    or more than one and whether it takes place in
    the past or the present.
  • Dr. Carver was a scientist.
  • Some people he helped were farmers.
  • Today, many people are farmers.
  • I am a farmer too.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • I am a singer.
  • Nat was a singer.
  • They were singers.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Cause and Effect
  • Lets Talk About It
  • Tomorrow you will read about how to find
    information on the internet.

143
A Weed Is a Flower Wednesday
Journal Topic Use at least one pair of synonyms in a description of George Washington Carver.
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A Weed Is a Flower Thursday
Morning Warm-Up Today we are going to read about an amazing kind of technology, the Internet. Maria wants to search the net for information. Have you ever searched a www. address before? What do you know about the Internet?
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A Weed Is a Flower Thursday
Morning Warm-Up Today we are going to read about an amazing kind of technology, the Internet. Maria wants to search the net for information. Have you ever searched a www. address before? What do you know about the Internet?
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Today we will learn about
  • Comparative Endings
  • Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • Summarize information

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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words excel process research opportunity accomplish original scientist unusual
Vocabulary Words college agriculture laboratory greenhouse
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A Weed Is a Flower
High Frequency Words clothes only hours question money taught neighbor
149
Sentence Reading
  • They had a backyard birthday party for their
    oldest daughters.
  • Matt fished alone by the riverbank for half a
    day.
  • He caught the biggest, fattest catfish ever!
  • Whos the youngest baseball player on the team?

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Sentence Reading
  • We cannot buy the larger toybox.
  • We played basketball in the driveway.
  • I scored many points.

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A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Word Family Rhymes wrote (online dictionary)
Consonants Digraphs Blends
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Word Family Rhymes wrote
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Read-Aloud
  • The Experiment

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • he are a plant dotcor
  • He is a plant doctor.
  • i am knot too good with plants
  • I am not too good with plants.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • What are some forms of the verb to be?
  • Am, is, are, was, were
  • These verbs dont show action. What do they
    show?
  • They show what someone or something is or was.

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Verbs am, is, are, was, were
  • The Minute Men were heroes.
  • My grandfather is a good storyteller.
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder was a pioneer. She was also
    a writer.

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Wrap Up Your Day!
  • Making Connections
  • Lets Talk About It
  • You heard about two children who decided to be
    scientists. Tomorrow you will hear about Abby
    and Joey again.

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A Weed Is a Flower Thursday
Journal Topic List places and tools for research.
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A Weed Is a Flower Friday
Morning Warm-Up This week we read about one illustrator, two toymakers, and three scientists. Where did their creative ideas come from?
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Today we will learn about
  • Review Amazing Words
  • Comparative Endings
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Verbs am, is, are, was, were

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A Weed Is a Flower
Amazing Words excel process research opportunity accomplish original scientist unusual
Vocabulary Words college agriculture laboratory greenhouse
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A Weed Is a Flower
Spelling Words sooner smaller soonest smallest hotter fatter hottest fattest busier angrier busiest angriest happier straighter happiest straightest
Word Wall Words bead cold room soak wrote
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Comparative Endings
  • This apple tastes sweeter and juicier than the
    others.
  • This apple tastes sweeter and juicier than the
    others.
  • I ate the largest piece of meat because I was
    hungrier than usual.
  • I ate the largest piece of meat because I was
    hungrier than usual.

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Comparative Endings
  • That is the tiniest, prettiest ring I have ever
    seen.
  • That is the tiniest, prettiest ring I have ever
    seen.
  • The trees look lovelier in summer when their
    leaves are greener.
  • The trees look lovelier in summer when their
    leaves are greener.

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A Weed Is a Flower
High Frequency Words clothes only hours question money taught neighbor
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High-Frequency Wordsonly, money,neighbor,
hours, clothes, taught, question
  • How many more ___ will we drive before we get
    there?
  • hours
  • I did extra chores so I could earn some _____.
  • money

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High-Frequency Wordsonly, money,neighbor,
hours, clothes, taught, question
  • My old ____ are too small, so I will have to get
    new ones.
  • clothes
  • My next door ____ lets me play with her dog.
  • neighbor

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High-Frequency Words only, money,neighbor,
hours, clothes, taught, question
  • Can you please repeat the ____ you asked?
  • question
  • This is your one and _____ chance to get it
    right.
  • only
  • My dad _____ me how to fly a kite.
  • taught

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  • Daily Fix-It
  • the science lab was hoter this weak
  • The science lab was hotter this week.
  • my plant are the smallest one,
  • My plant is the smallest one.

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Wrap Up Your Week
  • Lets Talk About
  • Creative Ideas

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A Weed Is a Flower Friday
Journal Topic Write about a process you perform every day.
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A Weed Is a Flower Related Links
Compound Words Primary ResourcesNational Geographic Kids Plant Power Plant Parts Who Lives Here?George Washington Carver Braille Games The Good, Better, BestTrampolini Game
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We are now ready to take our story tests.
  • Story test
  • Classroom webpage,
  • Student page,
  • Taking Tests
  • AR
  • Other Reading Quizzes
  • Quiz 904598
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