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What might we discover in a
new neighborhood?
Click to listen to story.
Small Groups
Timer
Review Games
Vocabulary & Amazing
Words:
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Arcade Games
Jigword
Matchword
Speedword
Wordsearch
Word Web
Spelling City – Vocabulary
Spelling City – Amazing
Words
Spelling Words:
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Speedword
Word Web
Quia Games
Spelling City
High Frequency Words:
 Fill-in-the Blank
 Spelling City
Iris and Walter
Amazing Words
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investigate
rural
urban
creature
underground
brittle
decision
dart
Iris and Walter
Vocabulary Words
ladder
 amazing
 roller-skate
 meadow
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Iris and Walter
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High Frequency
Words
country
beautiful
front
someone
somewhere
friend
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
 drum
tag
 rock
rib
 list
mess
 desk
dust
 job
pocket
 sad
lettuce
 chop
engine
 sack
Word Family
Words
 sat
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ham
play
will
trip
Big Question:
What might we discover in a new
neighborhood?
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 Wednesday
 Thursday
 Friday
Iris and Walter
Monday
Morning Warm-Up
People live in urban and
rural areas. What might we
discover in a new
neighborhood?
Iris and Walter
Monday
Morning Warm-Up
People live in urban and
rural areas. What might we
discover in a new
neighborhood?
Today we will learn about:
 new amazing words,
 short vowels,
 character and setting,
 sentences
Iris and Walter
Monday
Amazing Words
investigate
 in – ves – ti – gate
 When you investigate something, you
try to find out all about it.
 Let’s investigate our new neighborhood.
 How would you investigate something
inside a drawer or bag?
rural
 ru - ral
 People who live in the country live in a
rural place.
 My aunt lives on a farm in a rural part of
the state.
 What would you find in a place that is
rural?
rural
urban
 ur - ban
 People who live in a city live in an urban
place.
 There is lots of traffic with cars, trucks,
and buses in an urban place.
 If you live in an apartment building, you
probably live in an urban area.
 What would you find in a place that is
urban?
urban
Rural and Urban
Communities
 You Tube Video
Sing With Me
 We are going to
listen to a song
about investigating
rural and urban
places.
 Let’s Go
Investigate!
 Click to listen.
Phonics: short vowels
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am
end
it
on
up
What do you know about the vowel sounds
in these words?
 They all make the short sound.
 Today we will review vowel sounds, and
we’ll learn another spelling for short e.
 astronaut
 CVC – When there is only one
vowel at the beginning or in
the middle of a word or
syllable, it usually stands for its
short sound.
 at
 am
 ax
 bag
 can
 ham
 hat
 sat
 ran
 mad
 fan
 zap
 insect
 CVC – When there is only one
vowel at the beginning or in
the middle of a word or
syllable, it usually stands for its
short sound.
 in
 it
 is
 big
 hit
 kid
 mix
 pick
 swim
 kick
 six
 trick
 octopus
 CVC – When there is only
one vowel at the
beginning or in the middle
of a word or syllable, it
usually stands for its short
sound.
 on
 odd
 ox
 hot
 box
 doll
 drop
 spot
 sock
 umbrella
 CVC – When there is only one
vowel at the beginning or in
the middle of a word or
syllable, it usually stands for its
short sound.
 up
 us
 bug
 cut
 fun
 tub
 jump
 stuck
 truck
 buzz
 hunt
 must
 elephant
 CVC – When there is only one
vowel at the beginning or in the
middle of a word or syllable, it
usually stands for its short sound.
 elf
 jet
 bed
 mess
 nest
 tent
 The letters ea can stand for the
short e sound or the long e sound.
 head
 feather
 bread
 thread
 spread
Phonics: short vowels
 brand
 When a word has just one vowel at
the beginning or in the middle, it
usually has its short sound.
 We can blend words by saying the
sound for each letter.
Phonics: short vowels
 We can also blend bigger chunks
of words.
 I can blend this word by saying the
sounds before the vowel together,
and then saying all the rest of the
sounds together. Then I blend the
two chunks together.
 /br/ /and/
Phonics: short vowels
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br ing
cl ock
j unk
b est
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letters ea stand
for short e.
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h ead
s ang
d esk
sh ock
w ing
br ead
dr um
Phonics: short vowels
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bank
held
swing
flock
luck
sick
blink
dust
Phonics: short vowels
 Let’s review: One vowel at the
beginning or in the middle of a
word usually has its short sound.
 The letters a, e, i, o, u, and ea
can all stand for short vowel
sounds.
Making Word
Letter Tiles
a-e-i-o-u
c-d-gk-n-s
Short Vowel Words
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hum
bread
tank
bed
lump
speck
rip
slim
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swing
van
pond
hung
jag
dread
dock
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
 drum
tag
 rock
rib
 list
mess
 desk
dust
 job
pocket
 sad
lettuce
 chop
engine
 sack
Word Family
Words
 sat
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ham
play
will
trip
Word Family Word – sat
(online dictionary)
Consonant
Digraphs
Blends
bat
chat
brat
cat
fat
hat
mat
pat
rat
vat
that
gnat
flat
frat
scat
slat
spat
stat
Word Family Word – sat
vat
window blind slats
gnat
bed slats
brat
slat rocker
Word Family Word – ham
(online dictionary)
Consonant
Digraphs
Blends
bam
sham
clam
Spam
cam
dam
jam
Pam
ram
Sam
tam
yam
wham
cram swam
dram
tram
gram
pram
scam
scram
slam
Word Family Word – ham
ram
clam
dam
pram
tam
yam
sham
Spam
tram
Let’s Talk about
Exploration!
Comparing Rural and
Urban Communities
 Venn Diagram
Character and Setting
 Characters are the people or animals in a
story.
 Authors describe characters’ traits. They
tell what characters are like, what they
think, and what they say and do.
 The setting is the time and place of a
story. A setting can be a real place or an
imaginary one.
 Good readers look for clues that tell
about characters and setting.
Read-aloud:
A New Neighborhood
Monday’s Fix-It
• we will lits what we
might see
• We will list what we
might see.
• iris wanted a friend
• Iris wanted a friend.
Grammar: Sentences
 A sentence is a group of words that
tells a complete idea. The words are
in an order that makes sense.
 A sentence begins with a capital
letter and ends with a period, a
question mark, or an exclamation
mark.
Grammar: Sentences
Complete sentence:
We went to the beach.
Incomplete sentence:
the beach
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand __________.
The water ____________.
My brother and I ____________.
Mom _____________.
Our first trip to the beach _________.
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand felt hot.
The water ____________.
My brother and I ____________.
Mom _____________.
Our first trip to the beach _________.
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand felt hot.
The water was cool and blue.
My brother and I ____________.
Mom _____________.
Our first trip to the beach _________.
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand felt hot.
The water was cool and blue.
My brother and I dived in the waves.
Mom _____________.
Our first trip to the beach _________.
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand felt hot.
The water was cool and blue.
My brother and I dived in the waves.
Mom packed a picnic.
Our first trip to the beach _________.
Use these phrases to make each group of
words a sentence.
packed a picnic.
was cool and blue.
felt hot.
dived in the waves.
was fun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The sand felt hot.
The water was cool and blue.
My brother and I dived in the waves.
Mom packed a picnic.
Our first trip to the beach was fun.
Wrap Up Your Day!
 Short Vowels
 Character and Setting
 Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will read about a girl who
moves from the city to the country and
what she finds in her new neighborhood.
Iris and Walter
Monday
Journal Topic
Write about whether your
neighborhood is urban or
rural.
Iris and Walter
Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about Iris.
Iris moves to a new
neighborhood, but she is lonely.
What could she discover that
might help her?
Iris and Walter
Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about Iris.
Iris moves to a new
neighborhood, but she is lonely.
What could she discover that
might help her?
Today we will learn about:
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new amazing words,
short vowels,
character and setting,
predicting,
high-frequency words,
vocabulary words, and
sentences
Iris and Walter
Tuesday
Amazing Words
creature
 crea - ture
 A creature is an animal or person that is
living.
 Many creatures live in the forest.
 I heard a creature making noise in that
bush.
underground
 un – der - ground
 Underground means under the ground
you walk on.
 If you dig a hole, you can find something
that is underground.
 Squirrels and chipmunks bury their food
in underground holes.
brittle
 brit - tle
 Something that is brittle breaks very
easily.
 If you drop an egg, you’ll find out that its
shell is brittle.
 Some brittle plastic toys shatter and
break.
Read-aloud:
Forest
Phonics: short vowels
 stock
 You can read this word
because you know how to
read words with short vowel
sounds.
 What sound does the letter o
stand for in this word?
Phonics: short vowels
 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.
 When a word has just one vowel
at the beginning or in the middle,
it usually has its short sound.
Phonics: short vowels
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tr ack
d ead
p eck
tr unk
s ing
st ack
h ead
st ep
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br ing
l ock
j ump
dr ess
br ead
b ack
r ust
f ist
Short Vowels:
Find the words in “Let’s
Go Exploring” that have short vowels.
Short Vowels:
Find the words in “Let’s Go Exploring” that have
short vowels.
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let’s
explore
grab
sweater
get
cap
mom
can
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clock
bank
bell
rang
kids
this
just
Making Words
Worksheet
Short Vowels:
Find the words with short vowels in each sentence.
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The list is on my desk.
The list is on my desk.
It is sad to see the mess and dust!
It is sad to see the mess and dust!
My job is to chop the apple.
My job is to chop the apple.
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
 drum
tag
 rock
rib
 list
mess
 desk
dust
 job
pocket
 sad
lettuce
 chop
engine
 sack
Word Family
Words
 sat
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ham
play
will
trip
Word Family Word – play
(online dictionary)
Consonant
bay
may
cay
day
gay
hay
Jay
Kay
lay
nay
pay
Ray
say
way
Digraphs
Shay
Blends
bray
stray
clay
fray
gray
pray
slay
spay
stay
sway
tray
Word Family Word – play
bay
clay soil
cay
fray
hay
tray
Character and Setting
 Characters are the people or animals in a
story.
 Authors describe characters’ traits. They
tell what characters are like, what they
think, and what they say and do.
 The setting is the time and place of a
story. A setting can be a real place or an
imaginary one.
 Good readers look for clues that tell
about characters and setting.
Comparing a city
and the country
City
Country
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
Country
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
Country
 Lots of space
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
Country
 Lots of space
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Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
 Run & play
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
 Play in parks
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
 Run & play
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
 Play in parks
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
 Run & play
 Climb trees
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
 Play in parks
 Go to the zoo
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
 Run & play
 Climb trees
Comparing a city
and the country
City
 Crowded
 Lots of noise
 Roller-skate
 Play in parks
 Go to the zoo
Country
 Lots of space
 Quiet
 Run & play
 Climb trees
 Ride horses
High Frequency Words
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country
beautiful
front
someone
somewhere
friend
High-Frequency Word Review
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country
door
beautiful
about
front
wild
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friend
house
someone
opened
somewhere
across
Vocabulary Words
ladder – set of steps with two side pieces
and rungs for climbing
 amazing – wonderful or surprising
 roller-skate – to move on roller skates,
which are skates with wheels
 meadow – piece of grassy land
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ladder
roller-skate
meadow
Vocabulary Words:
ladder, amazing, roller-skate, meadow
 Iris learned to _____ when she was little.
 Iris learned to roller-skate when she was little.
 “You’re ______,” Grandpa said when she told him
that.
 “You’re amazing,” Grandpa said when she told him
that.
 Walter climbed down his _____ to meet them.
 Walter climbed down his ladder to meet them.
 They all went to the _____ to see the horses.
 They all went to the meadow to see the horses.
Tuesday’s Fix-It
 played tag Iris and
Walter
 Iris and Walter played
tag.
 then rode a pony they
 Then they rode a pony.
Grammar: Sentences
 A sentence is a group of words that tells
a complete idea.
 The words are in an order that makes
sense.
 A sentence begins with a capital letter
and ends with a period, a question mark,
or an exclamation mark.
Grammar: Sentences
Incomplete sentence:
Iris and Walter
Complete sentence:
Iris and Walter rode their bikes.
Wrap Up Your Day!
 High-frequency words
 Predict
 Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will read about forest
animals.
Iris and Walter
Tuesday
Journal Topic
Write about a time you explored
or investigated a rural or an
urban place.
Iris and Walter
Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read more
about the forest. What
plants could we investigate
in the forest?
Today we will learn about:
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new amazing words,
words with VC/CV, VCC/V
words with short vowels,
high-frequency words,
vocabulary words, and
sentences
Iris and Walter
Wednesday
Amazing Words
decision
 de – ci - sion
 When you make up your mind to do
something, you make a decision.
 I made a decision to have a peanutbutter-and-jelly sandwich for lunch.
 You can make your own decision about
which shirt to wear today.
dart
 dart
 When something darts, it moves very
quickly from one place to another.
 On a windy day, clouds dart across the
sky.
 Show me how you would dart from one
end of the room to the other.
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
VCC/V
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
 mit / ten
VCC/V
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
 mit / ten
VCC/V
 lock / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
 mit / ten
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
 mit / ten
 can / not
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
VC/CV
 mit / ten
 can / not
 prob / lem
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
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VC/CV
mit / ten
can / not
prob / lem
pup / pet
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
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VC/CV
mit / ten
can / not
prob / lem
pup / pet
in / sect
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
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VC/CV
mit / ten
can / not
prob / lem
pup / pet
in / sect
VCC/V
 lock / et
 pack / et
 pack / age
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
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VC/CV
mit / ten
can / not
prob / lem
pup / pet
in / sect
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VCC/V
lock / et
pack / et
pack / age
jack / et
Syllable Patterns vc/cv and vcc/v:
mitten, locket, packet, cannot, problem, puppet,
insect, package, jacket, rocket
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VC/CV
mit / ten
can / not
prob / lem
pup / pet
in / sect
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VCC/V
lock / et
pack / et
pack / age
jack / et
rock / et
Iris and Walter
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High Frequency
Words
country
beautiful
front
someone
somewhere
friend
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
Long ago in a faraway _____, there lived
a young prince. He had all the gold and
riches in the world, but he was not happy.
The prince spent all day in the castle. He
never had a chance to make a single
____. Late one afternoon he went for a
walk. “I wish I had ____ to talk to,” he
said.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
Long ago in a faraway country, there
lived a young prince. He had all the gold
and riches in the world, but he was not
happy. The prince spent all day in the
castle. He never had a chance to make
a single ____. Late one afternoon he
went for a walk. “I wish I had ____ to talk
to,” he said.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
Long ago in a faraway country, there
lived a young prince. He had all the gold
and riches in the world, but he was not
happy. The prince spent all day in the
castle. He never had a chance to make
a single friend. Late one afternoon he
went for a walk. “I wish I had ____ to talk
to,” he said.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
Long ago in a faraway country, there
lived a young prince. He had all the gold
and riches in the world, but he was not
happy. The prince spent all day in the
castle. He never had a chance to make
a single friend. Late one afternoon he
went for a walk. “I wish I had someone to
talk to,” he said.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
The prince sat down in ____ of a pond and
stared at the _____ sunset. “There must
be a boy or girl _____ who will run and
play with me.” Just then several children
approached. They were happy to see that
the prince finally came out of the castle.
Ever since, the young prince ran, jumped,
played, and had fun with lots of new
friends.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
The prince sat down in front of a pond and
stared at the _____ sunset. “There must
be a boy or girl _____ who will run and
play with me.” Just then several children
approached. They were happy to see that
the prince finally came out of the castle.
Ever since, the young prince ran, jumped,
played, and had fun with lots of new
friends.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
The prince sat down in front of a pond and
stared at the beautiful sunset. “There must
be a boy or girl _____ who will run and
play with me.” Just then several children
approached. They were happy to see that
the prince finally came out of the castle.
Ever since, the young prince ran, jumped,
played, and had fun with lots of new
friends.
High Frequency Words:
country, beautiful, front, someone, somewhere,
friend
The prince sat down in front of a pond and
stared at the beautiful sunset. “There must
be a boy or girl somewhere who will run
and play with me.” Just then several
children approached. They were happy to
see that the prince finally came out of the
castle. Ever since, the young prince ran,
jumped, played, and had fun with lots of
new friends.
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
 drum
tag
 rock
rib
 list
mess
 desk
dust
 job
pocket
 sad
lettuce
 chop
engine
 sack
Word Family
Words
 sat
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ham
play
will
trip
Word Family Word – will
(online dictionary)
Consonant
bill
pill
dill
fill
gill
hill
Jill
kill
mill
sill
till
Digraphs
chill
Blends
krill
drill
frill
grill
skill
spill
still
Word Family Word – will
bill
gill
dill
windmill
mill
till
pill
krill
drill
hill
frill
sill
grill
Short Vowels
Finish these sentences.
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The drum was ...
The big rock was …
Make a list so …
My desk is…
Do your job because…
He was sad when…
Did you chop the …
The big sack had…
Short Vowels
Finish these sentences.
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I put the tag on the…
My rib felt…
Do not mess up my…
There is dust under…
The coat pocket had…
The lettuce was….
The car engine….
Vocabulary Words:
Similies
 A simile is a statement that uses like or
as to compare one thing to another.
 Joey’s long jump was as amazing as the
one in the Olympics.
 The tree branches were as easy to
climb as a ladder.
 The lake is as smooth and calm as a
meadow.
Wednesday’s Fix-It
• iris was sd and lonely
• Iris was sad and
lonely.
• wanted she a friend
• She wanted a friend.
Grammar: Sentences
 A sentence is a group of words that
tells a complete idea.
 The words are in an order that makes
sense.
 A sentence begins with a capital letter
and ends with a period, a question
mark, or an exclamation mark.
Wrap Up Your Day!
 Character and setting
 Fluency Skill: changing speed
 Let’s Talk About It
 Tomorrow we will read two poems
about the promise of a new day and
a special “travel” tree.
Iris and Walter
Wednesday
Journal Topic
Use the word “as” to write a
comparison about Iris and Walter.
Iris and Walter
Thursday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read two poems. What
makes a poem different from a story?
Can a poem be as warm as a bath?
Today we will learn about:
 short vowels,
 review spelling words, highfrequency words, amazing words,
and vocabulary words, and
 sentences
 speaking and listening
Read - Aloud
The Mystery Eggs
Sentence Reading
 Two people went together to pick up the
big drum.
 There was nothing on top of her head but
a red wig.
 Is there enough mud in the pen for the
pig to sink?
Sentence Reading
 I drop my head when I become sad or
mad.
 I dread stories that have a bad fox in
them.
 Did they ask them to sing a goodbye?
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
 drum
tag
 rock
rib
 list
mess
 desk
dust
 job
pocket
 sad
lettuce
 chop
engine
 sack
Word Family
Words
 sat




ham
play
will
trip
Word Family Word – trip
(online dictionary)
Consonant
Digraphs
dip
hip
Kip
lip
nip
pip
rip
sip
tip
ship
chip
whip
Blends
chip
drip
flip
grip
skip
slip
snip
strip
Word Family Word – trip
dip & chips
whip
hip
drip
lips
chocolate
chip
ship
computer
chip
pip
Thursday’s Fix-It
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will go on a field trip
We will go on a field trip.
will go with us Mrs. brody
Mrs. Brody will go with
us.
 Will Mrs. Brody go with
us?
Grammar: Sentences
 A sentence is a group of words that tells
a complete idea.
 The words are in an order that makes
sense.
 A sentence begins with a capital letter
and ends with a period, a question mark,
or an exclamation mark.
Grammar – Sentences
Are these sentences? If not, add words
to make a sentence.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
live in a city
our second-grade class
Tom used to live in a small town.
we took
a trip to see a farm
Juanita is moving to the country.
Speaking and Listening
 We speak to share ideas.
 We speak to ask and answer
questions.
 We speak to express our needs,
wants, and feelings.
 We speak to entertain.
Wrap Up Your Day!
 Making Connections: Text to Text
 Let’s Talk About It!
 Tomorrow we will read about an
exciting discovery.
Iris and Walter
Thursday
Journal Topic
List topics you would like
to investigate.
Iris and Walter
Friday
Morning Warm-Up
This week we read about what we
might find in a new neighborhood.
Iris moved from an urban
neighborhood to a rural one. What
did she investigate?
Today we will learn about:
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Review short vowels
High-frequency words
Sentences
Media Center/Library
Iris and Walter
Spelling Words
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drum
rock
list
desk
job
sad
chop
sack
tag
rib
mess
dust
pocket
lettuce
engine
Word Family
Words
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
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sat
ham
play
will
trip
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
3. Did I thank you for my ring?
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
3. Did I thank you for my ring?
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
3. Did I thank you for my ring?
4. Ling has a spot on her sock.
Short Vowels
Read each sentence and choose the short
vowel words.
1. I left my sack at the bank.
2. That black duck has a red head.
3. Did I thank you for my ring?
4. Ling has a spot on her sock.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a ______.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
_____ who is true.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the ______.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the country.
Or across the ocean blue.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the country.
Or across the ocean blue.
____ you will find one.
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the country.
Or across the ocean blue.
Somewhere you will find one.
He or she may be new,
Or this ____ person,
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the country.
Or across the ocean blue.
Somewhere you will find one.
He or she may be new,
Or this beautiful person,
Might be right in ______ of you!
High Frequency Words
beautiful, somewhere, someone, friend, front, country
Everyone needs a friend.
Someone who is true.
You can find one in the country.
Or across the ocean blue.
Somewhere you will find one.
He or she may be new,
Or this beautiful person,
Might be right in front of you!
Daily Fix-It
 we helped clean up the
mes
 We helped clean up the
mess.
 picked up she the pieces
 She picked up the
pieces.
Media Center/Library
 You can find many things in the library.
 There are many resources, such as books,
magazines, videos, and computers.
 You should handle any media you use carefully
and with respect.
 You need to learn how to find fiction, nonfiction,
references, and periodicals.
 You need to learn how to use the card catalog or
computer catalog.
 You need to learn how to use your library card to
check out books from our library.
Wrap Up Your
Week!
Let’s Talk About
Exploration
Iris and Walter
Friday
Journal Topic
Write about a family that moves.
Review Games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:
 Jigword
Spelling Words:
 Quia Games
 Spelling City
High Frequency Words:
 Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)
APTPlus Videos
(Password Required)
Friendship Day (09:59)
Rocky Friendship (10:29)
The Friendship Stone (10:30)
Peep's New Friend (10:18)
Ball of Contention (10:27)
I Spy: A Tick-illy Hiccup (12:32)
I Spy: A Mumble Monster Picture Day (12:33)
Cannonball (28:30)
All About Neighborhoods (10:00)
Introduction to Picture Books: Stories About Friends (07:52)
We are now ready to take
our story tests.
 Story test
 Classroom webpage,
 Student page,
 Taking Tests
 AR
 Other Reading Quizzes
 Quiz # 904605

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