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2 The Gardener Written by: Sarah Stewart Genre: Realistic Fiction Authors Purpose: Skill: Cause and Effect PowerPoint by: Susan Mumper 3 rd grade

3 Home QOD Building background Vocabulary Daily task Verbs Fix – its CARS Million $ word Comprehension Lesson Vocabulary Lesson Phonics Review questions Vocabulary practice

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9 Find the word or words with the same meaning as humor. A.amusement B.misery C.tumor D.sock

10 Find the word or words with the same meaning as doze. A.awake B.phone C.toes D.sleep

11 Find the word or words with the same meaning as bulbs. A.horse B.underground plant portion C.seed D.pillow

12 Find the word or words with the same meaning as blooming. A.door B.wilt C.zooming D.blossom

13 Find the word or words with the same meaning as sprouting. A.pouting B.growing C.book D.shriveling

14 Find the word or words with the same meaning as showers. A.rain B.lights C.dry D.towers

15 Find the word or words with the same meaning as beauty. A.snooty B.slipper C.hideousness D.pretty

16 Daily Fix-It 1. Wasnt that a colorful garden. Wasnt that a colorful garden? 2. The tullips was red and yellow. The tulips were red and yellow. home

17 Daily Fix-It 3. The window boxs is full of wildflowers. The window boxes are full of wildflowers. 4. Theyll bloom in Summer. Theyll bloom in summer. home

18 Daily Fix-It 5. There was a rain shouer last night, so I havent watered the garden today. There was a rain shower last night, so I havent watered the garden today. 6. Whens the sun comeing out? Whens the sun coming out? home

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21 Review Pages p Why is Lydia going to live with Uncle Jim in the city? 2.What are the three important things Lydia tells Uncle Jim? 3.Who does Uncle Jim look like? 4.What season does Lydia have to wait for? 5.Summarize what has happened so far. home

22 Review Pages p What did Lydia get for Christmas? 2.Emma taught Lydia to do what? Lydia taught Emma to do what? 3.Lydia is busy in her secret place doing what? 4.How are Emma and Lydia sprucing up the bakery? 5.What is Lydias new nickname? 6.What good news did Lydia receive at the end of the story? home

23 Daily task 2 1.With your partner read p and answer this question in your journal: Why is Lydia Grace going to live with her Uncle Jim? 2.With your partner do the spelling CPA. 3.Independently do RWB p Independently read a leveled reader and take a test. 5.Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. home

24 Daily task 3 1.With your partner read p and answer this question in your journal: What effect did Lydia Graces visit have on Uncle Jim? Why do you think so? 2.With your partner do the cause and effect contraption CPA. 3.Independently do RWB p & spelling CPA 4.Independently read a leveled reader and take a test. 5.Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. home

25 Daily task 4 1.With your partner read p and answer the questions on p. 298 in your journal. 2.With your partner do the vocabulary web CPA. 3.Independently do cause and effect contraption CPA, RWB p & spelling CPA 4.Independently read a leveled reader and take a test. 5.Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. home

26 Daily task 5 1.With your partner read p and answer these 2 questions in your journal: 1. What is a how to article? 2. What happens when you put worms in with food scraps? 2.With your partner do the Cause and Effect Tree. 3.Independently do vocabulary web CPA, cause and effect contraption CPA, RWB p & spelling CPA 4.Independently read a leveled reader and take a test. 5.Read books from your bag of books and take AR tests. home

27 Contractions didnt What is this word? Which two words form the contraction? Which letter does the apostrophe replace? When I see a contraction, I stop to figure out which two words it stands for and what it means. The word well, for example, is the shortened form of we and will. The apostrophe takes the place of the letters wi in will. It sounds like one word.

28 Write these words in your journal next to each word write the 2 words that form the contraction. youlltheyllshestheyre werecouldntImdont Youll = you + will home

29 Vocabulary Strategy for Endings Sometimes when you are reading, you may come across a word you dont know. Look closely at the word. Does it have -s at the end? The ending -s is often added to a noun to make the word plural, or mean more than one. Try to use the ending to help you figure out the meaning of the word. home

30 1.Put your finger over the -s ending 2.Look at the base word. (Thats the word without the ending.) Do you know what the base word means? 3.Try your meaning in the sentence. Does it make sense? Read Bulbs to Blooms. Look for words that have the -s ending, and write them in your journal. home

31 Cause and Effect A cause tells why something happened. An effect is what happened. Words such as because and so are clues that can help you figure out a cause and its effect.

32 Late for School Causes Overslept Effects missed assignments Here are 2 sticky notes write down another cause and effect of being late for school. home

33 Gardening Good Soil Sunlight With your partner brainstorm 2 more things about gardening. home

34 Million Dollar words! Tell me what these words mean. soup kitchen preparations encouraging home

35 Question of the Day: How can gardens enrich our lives? home

36 Question of the Day Why do you think Lydia Graces grandmother wants her to finish her homework before doing anything else? home

37 Question of Day Why do you think Lydia Grace wants to make her uncle smile so badly? home

38 Question of the Day What sorts of things could you throw in a compost bin? What sorts of things should you not throw in a compost bin? home

39 Say It! beauty blooming bulbs doze humor recognizing showers sprouting

40 More Words to Know adore catalogues survived

41 beauty the quality that pleases both the mind and the senses in art or nature

42 blooming having flowers; opening into flowers

43 bulbs round, underground parts from which certain plants grow

44 doze to sleep lightly

45 humor the ability to see or show the funny side of things

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47 showers rain that lasts only a short time

48 sprouting producing new leaves, shoots, or buds; beginning to grow

49 The roses in the garden are blooming.

50 April showers help the new plants grow.

51 The girl was a real beauty in her fancy dress.

52 I watched my grandfather doze off after eating lunch.

53 The farmer couldnt wait until his plants began sprouting.

54 The child was good at recognizing his shapes and colors.

55 Aunt Jan always laughs at jokes because she has a good sense of humor.

56 Mom bought a box of flower bulbs at the store and we went home and planted them.

57 Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment.

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59 blooming

60 bulbs

61 beauty

62 doze

63 showers

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65 humor home

66 GREAT JOB!


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