Why are some changes
difficult?
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Amazing Words
• adjust
• landmark
• unexpected
• tease
• quiver
• foreign
• accent
• forlorn
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Vocabulary Words
• trouble
• giant
• chuckle
• fair
• strong
• block
• tears
• glee
• usually
I Like Where I Am
High Frequency
Words
• animals
• early
• eyes
• full
• water
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Big Question:
Why are some changes difficult?
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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
I Like Where I Am
Monday
Morning Warm-Up
Everybody goes through
changes. We grow older. We
move to a different school or
town. We even change friends.
Why are some changes
difficult?
I Like Where I Am
Monday
Morning Warm-Up
Everybody goes through
changes. We grow older. We
move to a different school or
town. We even change
friends. Why are some
changes difficult?
Today we will learn about:
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Amazing Words
Dipthongs: oi, oy
Plot and Theme
Summarize
Adverbs that Tell When and Where
Amazing Words
adjust
• ad – just
• When you get used to a new situation, you
adjust to it.
• When you change or move something to
make it fit or make it better, you adjust it.
• The children will soon adjust to their new
school.
• We’ll have to adjust to the snowy weather.
• Please adjust the position
of the TV so we can see it.
landmark
• land - mark
• A landmark can be any natural or humanmade feature such as a building, a statue, a
bridge, or a tree that identifies a location
and can serve as a guide for directions.
• The Great Salt Lake is a landmark in Utah.
• Fisherman’s Wharf is a landmark in San
Francisco.
• The Empire State Building
is a New York City landmark.
(next word)
Great Salt Lake Utah
Fisherman’s Wharf
Empire State Building
unexpected
• un – ex – pect - ed
• Something that comes as a surprise or
something you do not think will happen is
unexpected.
• The rainstorm was unexpected.
• We had unexpected company yesterday.
• The surprise party was unexpected.
Click to
listen to a
song about
moving to a
new place.
Dipthongs: oi, oy
• south - cow
• What do you know about
reading these words?
• The vowels ou and ow can
stand for the sound /ou/.
• Today we will study vowels oi
and oy and the sound they
can stand for.
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oil
The letters oi and oy
stand for the dipthong
/oi/. In a dipthong, each
vowel contributes to the
sound heard.
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boil
coin
join
choice
noise
spoil
boy
joy
enjoy
royal
cowboy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
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oil
coil
The letters oi stand for the
sound /oi/ in oil and coil.
boy
The letters oy stand for the
sound /oi/ in boy.
Dipthongs: oi, oy
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point
loyal
foil
joy
moist
destroy
broil
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spoil
toy
hoist
voyage
joint
voice
enjoy
Making Words
a, e, i, o
j, n, p, t, y
Dipthongs: oi, oy
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soil
oyster
spoil
coin
soy
cloud
boil
employ
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scout
join
annoy
loyal
choice
royal
mouse
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Word Family Word –
guess
(online dictionary)
Consonant
Bess
less
mess
yes
Digraphs
chess
Blends
bless
dress
Word Family Word –
guess
mess
chess
dress
bless
BessTruman
Word Family Word –
hand
(online dictionary)
Consonant
band
land
sand
Digraphs
Blends
bland
brand
gland
grand
stand
strand
Word Family Word –
hand
brand
band
land
stand
Grand Canyon
grand
gland
sand
strand
Theme and Plot & Summarize
• Good readers pay attention to what
happens in the beginning, middle, and
end of a story.
• They also think about the “Big idea”
behind the story as they read
Theme and Plot & Summarize
• Theme is the “big idea” a story is about.
• Plot is what happens in the beginning,
middle, and end of a story.
• A summary is a short retelling of a story.
• We can summarize what happens at the
beginning, middle, and end of a story to
help understand and remember what we
read.
Daily Fix-It
• i wipd my hands on the cloh
• I wiped my hands on the
cloth.
• the childrin yelled with joy.
• The children yelled with
joy.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
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Adverbs tell more about a verb.
Some adverbs show when or where.
School begins tomorrow.
Tomorrow tell when.
I will be a a new student there.
There tells where.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
(where)
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
(where)
• The moving van is parked outside.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
(where)
• The moving van is parked outside.
(where)
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
(where)
• The moving van is parked outside.
(where)
• Soon we will go to a new house.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• I packed my books yesterday. (when)
• Now I am packing my toys. (when)
• The movers carry boxes downstairs.
(where)
• The moving van is parked outside.
(where)
• Soon we will go to a new house. (when)
Wrap Up Your Day!
• Vowel dipthong oi, oy
• Plot and Theme
• Let’s Talk About It
• Tomorrow we will read about a boy
who has to move.
I Like Where I Am
Monday
Journal Topic
Write about a time when
something unexpected
happened to you.
I Like Where I Am
Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about a
little boy. Movers come and
pack all his toys. He is afraid
he won’t enjoy his new home.
Have you ever been afraid of a
change?
I Like Where I Am
Tuesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about a
little boy. Movers come and
pack all his toys. He is afraid
he won’t enjoy his new home.
Have you ever been afraid of a
change?
Today we will learn about:
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Amazing Words
Dipthongs: oi, oy
Vocabulary Words
High-Frequency Words
Multiple-Meaning Words
Context Clues
Adverbs that Tell When and Where
Amazing Words
tease
• tease
• If you tease someone, that means you
make fun of the other person.
• You can tease someone in a playful or a
hurtful way.
• He teased her about her short haircut.
• My friends tease me because I won’t go on
the roller coaster.
quiver
• quiv - er
• Quiver means “shakes quickly with
movements or sounds.”
• Her voice quivers as she tries to speak.
• His hands quiver from the cold.
• As the little horse tries to stand, its legs
quiver.
foreign
• for - eign
• A country that is not your own is foreign.
• Someone or something that is from a
different country is foreign.
• We traveled to many foreign countries.
• Alejandro is a foreign exchange student
from Brazil.
• Anna speaks two foreign languages.
Read-Aloud
All the Same, Only Different
Dipthongs: oi, oy
• choice
• You can read this word because
you know how to read words with
the sound /oi/.
• What sound do the letters oi
stand for in this word?
Dipthongs: oi, oy
• 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.
• destroy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
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sirloin
voyage
boyhood
ointment
Roy
broiler
Click to listen
to “A New
School.”
Dipthongs: oi, oy
Find the words with oi and oy in “A New School.”
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join
voice
boy
toy
enjoy
rejoice
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Word Family Word –
hide
(online dictionary)
Consonant
bide
ride
side
tide
wide
Digraphs
chide
Blends
glide
pride
slide
snide
stride
Word Family Word –
hide
ride
tide
pride
chide
slide
glide
stride
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
oy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
oy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
oy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
voice
oy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
voice
oy
boy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
voice
oy
boy
toy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
voice
oy
boy
toy
enjoy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
choice, join, voice, boy, toy, enjoy, rejoice
oi
choice
join
voice
rejoice
oy
boy
toy
enjoy
Dipthongs: oi, oy
• Could you enjoy the show with all
that noise?
• I will take the foil off the fish
before I broil it.
• The crowd was full of joy when
they saw the cowboy.
I Like Where I Am
High Frequency
Words
• animals
• early
• eyes
• full
• water
I Like Where I Am
Vocabulary Words
• trouble
• giant
• chuckle
• fair
• strong
• block
• tears
• glee
• usually
Vocabulary Words
• trouble – something that is
difficult or upsetting
• giant – very large or huge
• chuckle – to laugh quietly
• fair – just and by the rules
Vocabulary Words
• strong – having great power or
strength
• block – part of a city or town
• tears – drops of salty water
that come from your eyes
(next slide)
block
More Words to Know
glee – great happiness or joy
• usually – something that
commonly happens
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Vocabulary Words
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trouble
friend
giant
move
chuckle
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love
block
pretty
tears
school
Context Clues
• There are strategies to use when you come
across words you don’t understand.
• You can look in a dictionary or glossary.
• You can get the meaning from word parts—
the base word, prefix, or suffix.
• Sometimes you can look for context clues
in the words and sentences around the
unknown word.
• Today we will learn how to use context
clues to find the meaning of a multiplemeaning word.
Daily Fix-It
• the coboy ride his horse fast.
• The cowboy rode his horse
fast.
• did jill enjoy the show.
• Did Jill enjoy the show?
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
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Adverbs tell more about a verb.
Some adverbs show when or where.
A moving van came today.
Today tell when.
Movers took boxes outside.
Outside tells where.
Wrap Up Your Day!
• Lesson vocabulary
• Summarize
• Let’s Talk About It!
• Tomorrow we will find out how two
children are alike, but different.
I Like Where I Am
Tuesday
Journal Topic
Write about something in
your neighborhood that
makes you chuckle.
I Like Where I Am
Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read more about
Emilio and Nina. Emilio has
trouble at school, but Nina
helps him to be strong. What
does it mean to be strong?
I Like Where I Am
Wednesday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read more about
Emilio and Nina. Emilio has
trouble at school, but Nina
helps him to be strong. What
does it mean to be strong?
Today we will learn about:
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Dipthongs ou, ow
Dipthongs oi, oy
Amazing Words
Synonyms
Adverbs that Tell When and Where
Amazing Words
accent
• ac - cent
• When someone pronounces words in a way
that is heard in a different part of the
country or in a foreign county, we say that
person has an accent.
• Jose speaks with a Spanish accent.
• My cousin has a southern accent.
• In our class, we all have a southern accent!
forlorn
• for - lorn
• If someone is forlorn, that person is lonely
and sad.
• Some children at camp were forlorn on
their first day away from home.
• The lost puppy looked forlorn.
Read-Aloud
All the Same, Only Different
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
somehow
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
somehow
crowd
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
crouch
ow
somehow
crowd
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
crouch
ow
somehow
crowd
towel
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
crouch
pouch
ow
somehow
crowd
towel
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
somehow
crowd
towel
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
count
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
count
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
powder
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
count
amount
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
powder
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
count
amount
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
powder
brown
Dipthongs ou, ow
somehow, crowd, crouch, towel, pouch, outdoors, allow,
count, powder, amount, brown, flour
ou
ow
crouch
pouch
outdoors
count
amount
flour
somehow
crowd
towel
allow
powder
brown
I Like Where I Am
Vocabulary Words
• trouble
• giant
• chuckle
• fair
• strong
• block
• tears
• glee
• usually
Vocabulary Words
• What have you done that helped
someone else who was in trouble?
• What are some things that make
you chuckle?
• What are some people, places,
and things that can be found on
the block where you live?
Vocabulary Words
• If you were giant, what things could
you do that you can’t do now?
• If you and your friend had a pile of
toys, how could you be fair about
sharing them?
• What are sometimes when people cry
tears?
• What kinds of things could you do if
you were really strong?
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Word Family Word –
keep
(online dictionary)
Consonant
beep
deep
keep
peep
seep
weep
Digraphs
Blends
sheep
cheep
bleep
creep
sleep
steep
sweep
Word Family Word –
keep
beep
sheep
peep
weep
sleep
steep
creep
cheep
sweep
Synonyms
• Synonyms are words that
have the same meaning.
• The movers put a giant box
onto the truck.
• What are some synonyms for
giant?
• What are some synonyms for
chuckle and strong?
Daily Fix-It
• did you here that noise.
• Did you hear that noise?
• a wave destroy my
sandcastle
• A wave destroyed my
sandcastle.
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
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Adverbs tell more about a verb.
Some adverbs show when or where.
Carla drove her car today.
Today tell when.
Carla drove her car downtown.
Downtown tells where.
Wrap Up Your Day!
• Theme
• Fluency
• Let’s Talk About It
• Tomorrow we will read another story
about changes.
I Like Where I Am
Wednesday
Journal Topic
Ask children to write a
paragraph about the
strongest person they know.
I Like Where I Am
Thursday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read Colleen’s email. At first she felt unhappy
about moving to a new house,
but after some time passed,
she reconsidered. What are
some good things about
change?
I Like Where I Am
Thursday
Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read Colleen’s email. At first she felt unhappy
about moving to a new house,
but after some time passed,
she reconsidered. What are
some good things about
change?
Today we will learn about:
• Dipthongs oi, oy
• Adverbs That Tell When and Where
• How to Deliver a Report
I Like Where I Am
Amazing Words
• adjust
• landmark
• unexpected
• tease
• quiver
• foreign
• accent
• forlorn
Read-Aloud
The Brand New Kid
Sentence Reading
• I got up early so I could enjoy a
full game of football.
• I need to warm a cup of milk and
boil the pudding.
• Look, one of my eyes has a cut
underneath it.
Sentence Reading
• You must put the pail of water
and the pile of wood near the soil
for the garden.
• “That cookie is full of sugar,”
said Uncle Gus in a playful voice.
• Last summer some boys and I
took care of a bulldog and other
animals.
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Word Family Word –
kneel
(online dictionary)
Consonant
feel
heel
keel
peel
reel
Digraphs
wheel
Blends
creel
steel
Word Family Word –
kneel
heel
keel
reel
peel
wheel
steel
creel
Daily Fix-It
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a good friend is loial.
A good friend is loyal.
did dee make that sound.
Did Dee make that sound?
Adverbs that Tell When
and Where
• Adverbs tell more about a verb.
• Some adverbs show when or
where something happens.
Speaking and Listening:
How to Deliver a Report
• There are many different kinds of
reports—news reports, weather
report, oral book report to the class.
• A report usually tells facts about a
topic.
• Your language should be matched to
your audience.
Speaking and Listening:
How to Deliver a Report
Speakers
•Use appropriate language
and word choice for the
audience and the occasion.
•Speak clearly.
•Use body language that
matches your words.
Listeners
Speaking and Listening:
How to Deliver a Report
Speakers
•Use appropriate language
and word choice for the
audience and the occasion.
•Speak clearly.
•Use body language that
matches your words.
Listeners
•Sit quietly.
•Face the
speaker.
•Listen to what
the speaker says.
Wrap Up Your Day!
• Making Connections; Text to Self
• Let’s Talk About It
• The stories we read this week were
about changes. We will learn more
about this topic tomorrow.
I Like Where I Am
Thursday
Journal Topic
List different landmarks
in your state.
I Like Where I Am
Friday
Morning Warm-Up
This week we read about
things being different. Being
in a new place or meeting
someone new is hard
sometimes. What can make
change easier?
Today we will learn about:
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Dipthongs oi, oy
Vocabulary Words
Adverbs That Tell When and Where
E-Mail
I Like Where I Am
Amazing Words
• adjust
• landmark
• unexpected
• tease
• quiver
• foreign
• accent
• forlorn
Read-Aloud
The Brand New Kid
I Like Where I Am
Word Family
Words
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guess
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hand
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hide
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keep
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kneel
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•
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Spelling Words
joy
foil
noise
enjoy
royal
destroy
moist
loyal
broil
employee
cowboy
corduroy
spoil
turquoise
joint
Dipthongs oi, oy
• Did you broil the oysters and the
sirloin?
• I am full of joy when I avoid a
bad choice!
• Troy is the boy with the good
voice.
• She got oil on her new toy.
I Like Where I Am
Vocabulary Words
• trouble
• giant
• chuckle
• fair
• strong
• block
• tears
• glee
• usually
Vocabulary Words
strong, trouble, chuckle, block, tears, giant, fair
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My family went to the county ___.
I bought a ___red balloon there.
A ___gust of wind whipped through the air.
It stole my balloon without any ___ or care.
It blew the balloon around the ___ and into a
tree.
• No ___here, because what did I see?
• I had to ____ --my balloon came back to me!
Rhyming Words
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My family went to the county fair.
I bought a giant red balloon there.
A strong gust of wind whipped through the air.
It stole my balloon without any trouble or care.
It blew the balloon around the block and into a
tree.
• No tears here, because what did I see?
• I had to chuckle—my balloon came back to me!
I Like Where I Am
High Frequency
Words
• animals
• early
• eyes
• full
• water
Daily Fix-It
• sam collect baseball cards
• Sam collects baseball
cards.
• did your team win the gam.
• Did your team win the
game?
Technology: E-mail
• When you have information you
need to share with someone else,
you may make a phone call or
write a note.
• We can use technology to
communicate with others.
Technology: E-mail
• I use e-mail to send messages to my friends.
• An e-mail is like a letter, but it is sent through
the Internet and not through the postal service.
• I have an e-mail address that I use to send and
receive messages.
• I type my friend’s e-mail address into the To box.
• I type the topic of the message in the Subject
line.
• That way my friend will know what the message is
about before opening it.
• Let’s send an e-mail to the principal!
Wrap Up Your Week!
Let’s Talk About
Our Changing World
I Like Where I Am
Friday
Journal Topic
Write a paragraph
about something funny.
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• Timothy Goes to School
We are now ready to
take our story tests.
• Story test
– Classroom webpage,
– Student page,
– Taking Tests
• AR
– Other Reading Quizzes
– Quiz # 904626
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