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1 What happens when we do the wrong thing? Click to listen to the story.

2 Small Group Timer Timer

3 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: l Arcade Games Arcade Games l Jigword Jigword l Matchword Matchword l Speedword Speedword l Wordsearch Wordsearch l Word Web Word Web l Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Amazing l Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: l Speedword Speedword l Word Web Word Web l Quia Games Quia Games l Spelling City Spelling City High Frequency Words l Spelling City Spelling City

4 Signmaker’s Assistant Amazing Words l apologize l citizen l judgment l hoard l scold l interrupt l protest l troublemaker

5 Signmaker’s Assistant Vocabulary Words l idea l important l blame l signmaker l townspeople l afternoon

6 Signmaker’s Assistant High Frequency Words l behind l brought l door l everybody l minute l promise l sorry

7 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

8 Big Question: What happens when we do the wrong thing? l Monday Monday l Tuesday Tuesday l Wednesday Wednesday l Thursday Thursday l Friday Friday

9 Signmaker’s Assistant Monday Morning Warm-Up We are taught to do the right thing. Sometimes it's hard though. What happens when we do the wrong thing?

10 Signmaker’s Assistant Monday Morning Warm-Up We are taught to do the right thing. Sometimes it's hard though. What happens when we do the wrong thing?

11 Today you will learn about: l Amazing Words l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Realism and Fantasy l Monitor & Fix Up l Contractions

12 Amazing Words

13 apologize l a – pol – o - gize l When you say you are sorry for doing or saying something that has upset someone, you apologize to that person. l I will apologize to my friend for speaking in a mean tone. l I will apologize to my mom for not putting my toys away.

14 citizen l cit - i – zen l You are a citizen of a country if you were born there or if you are legally accepted by a country to be a citizen. l My friend goes to school in the United States but is a citizen of Spain. l You must be a citizen in order to vote.

15 judgment (or judgement) l judg - ment l When people make decisions about what is sensible, they use their judgment. l Use good judgment when you decide what color to paint the room. l When you tell the truth, you use good judgment.

16 Listen to this song about what to do if you’ve done something wrong.

17 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l saw l What sound does the letters aw make? l Today we will study the different spellings that stand for this sound.

18 l audience l The letter a followed by l or ll usually stands for the vowel sound in ball. – call – small – fall – talk – walk – chalk l The letters aw and au can stand for the vowel sound in ball. – saw – lawn – hawk – auto – fault – sauce l When au is followed by gh, the au may stand for the vowel sound in ball, and the letters gh are silent. –Caught – taught – daughter

19 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l augh: caught l al: salt l au: sauce l aw: yawn l paw l chalk l vault l taught l crawl l talk

20 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l fault l ball l fawn l talk l bald l cause l naughty

21 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al

22 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al taught

23 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al fault taught

24 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al fault taught haul

25 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al fault taughtscald haul

26 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald haul

27 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul

28 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul pause

29 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul naughty pause

30 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul naughty palm pause

31 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul naughty palm pausealways

32 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul naughty palm pausecaughtalways

33 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al taught, fault, haul, scald, awful, lawn, pause, naughty, palm, always, caught, hawk aw au augh al awfulfault taughtscald lawnhaul naughty palm hawkpausecaughtalways

34 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l auto l malt l rail l taught l bawl l today l sauce l raw l walk l jaunt l waltz l applaud l daughter l awful l main

35 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

36 Realism and Fantasy Monitor and Fix Up l Recall Horace and Morris but mostly Dolores. l What kinds of animals are the characters, and what are some of the things they do? l Can animals really talk and join clubs? l Could this story really happen?

37 Realism and Fantasy Monitor and Fix Up l A realistic story tells about something that could really happen. l In a realistic story, people are like people we know. l They say and do things like real people. l A fantasy is make-believe. l In a fantasy, animals might talk. l Impossible things might happen.

38 Realism and Fantasy Monitor and Fix Up l We can keep track of how well we understand a story by stopping when something doesn’t make sense. l Then we can “fix” what we don’t understand by changing how we read or by asking questions.

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40 Daily Fix-It l i have a foto of a dolfin l I have a photo of a dolphin. l it was tuff to take a picture l It was tough to take a picture.

41 Contractions l A contraction is a short way to put two words together. l An apostrophe (*) takes the place of one or more letters. l Contractions can be formed by putting together a pronoun and another word, such as will, are, or is.

42 Contractions l Do not can be shortened into one word, or a contraction. l An apostrophe will take the place of the letter o in the word not. l Many contractions like don’t are formed with verbs and the word not.

43 Contractions l We will clean up the mess. l We’ll clean up the mess. l We should not have done that. l We shouldn’t have done that.

44 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Tanya’s mother said, “Do not go too far.”

45 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Tanya’s mother said, “Do not go too far.” l Tanya’s mother said, “Don’t go too far.”

46 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Tanya’s mother said, “Do not go too far.” l Tanya’s mother said, “Don’t go too far.” l Tanya did not listen to her mother.

47 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Tanya’s mother said, “Do not go too far.” l Tanya’s mother said, “Don’t go too far.” l Tanya did not listen to her mother. l Tanya didn’t listen to her mother.

48 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Now she is lost in the park.

49 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Now she is lost in the park. l Now she’s lost in the park.

50 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Now she is lost in the park. l Now she’s lost in the park. l We are looking for her everywhere.

51 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l Now she is lost in the park. l Now she’s lost in the park. l We are looking for her everywhere. l We’re looking for her everywhere.

52 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l It is lucky we found her.

53 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l It is lucky we found her. l It’s lucky we found her.

54 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l It is lucky we found her. l It’s lucky we found her. l Tanya said, “Next time I will listen, Mom.”

55 Contractions it’s, I’ll, didn’t, don’t, she’s, we’re l It is lucky we found her. l It’s lucky we found her. l Tanya said, “Next time I will listen, Mom.” l Tanya said, “Next time I’ll listen, Mom.”

56 Wrap Up Your Day! l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Realism/Fantasy l Let’s Talk About It l Tomorrow we will read about a signmaker’s assistant and how he helps out or doesn’t help out.

57 Signmaker’s Assistant Monday Journal Topic Write a paragraph about a time when you had to apologize for something.

58 Signmaker’s Assistant Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read all about Norman. He makes an awful mistake and causes everybody to get upset. Have you ever caused someone to be upset?

59 Signmaker’s Assistant Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read all about Norman. He makes an awful mistake and causes everybody to get upset. Have you ever caused someone to be upset?

60 Today you will learn about: l Amazing Words l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Vocabulary Words l Compound Words l Word Structure l Contractions

61 Amazing Words

62 hoard l hoard l If you hoard something, you collect it and store it away. Often this can be food or money, and sometimes it is done secretly. l My brother likes to hoard candy in his room. l My dog hoards bones in his doghouse. l The king liked to hoard gold coins.

63 scold l scold l If you scold people, you tell them off or discipline them. l I know Mom will scold me for eating cookies before a meal. l My teacher scolded me for not doing my homework.

64 interrupt l in – ter - rupt l When you interrupt, you stop someone who is talking or you stop something that is happening. l Do not interrupt other people while they are talking. l She interrupted the speaker with a question.

65 The Hoot and Holler Hat Dance

66 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l daughter l You can read this word because you know how to read words with the /o/ sound. l What sound does augh make? l awful l salty l haunt

67 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds. l Say the sounds to yourself and then read the word. l law l almost l sausage l haughty l slaughter l laundry l walnut l squawk

68 Listen for words with the /aw/ sound.

69 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al Find words with this sound in “Tall Paul.” l tall l Paul l small l fault l naughty l awful l pause l all l applaud l call

70 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

71 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al

72 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al author

73 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al authorbald

74 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al authorbald waltz

75 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al authorcaughtbald waltz

76 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al authorcaughtbald naughty waltz

77 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald naughty waltz

78 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald haul naughty waltz

79 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald haul naughty waltz because

80 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald gnawhaul naughty waltz because

81 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald gnawhaul naughty waltz because false

82 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald gnawhaul naughty waltz scrawl because false

83 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al author, bald, waltz, caught, naughty, awful, haul, because, gnaw, false, scrawl, daughter aw au augh al awfulauthorcaughtbald gnawhaul naughty waltz scrawl because daughter false

84 Vowels: aw, au, augh, al l In August I like to draw on the walk with chalk. l I like Ann because she likes to talk. l Do not launch the toy near the auto! l I caught the football the way Dad taught me.

85 Build Background: Purpose of Signs

86 Vocabulary Words l idea – thought or opinion l important – taken seriously l blame – to say that something is someone’s fault l signmaker – someone who makes signs or public notices that give information l townspeople – people who live in a town

87 Vocabulary Words l afternoon – the time of day between noon and night l assistant – someone who helps someone else do a job l wisdom – knowledge based on experience l feverishly – done with great excitement or activity

88 Lesson Vocabulary l idea l afternoon l sorry l important l tomorrow l school l blame l couldn’t l work l signmaker l door l watch l watched l townspeople l sign

89 Word Structure l There are strategies to use when you come across words you don’t understand. l Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts. l We may understand the base word and prefix (untie, the opposite of tie) or suffixes (slowly, in a slow way) l We can look for the shorter words in a compound. l Today we will learn more about compounds.

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91 Daily Fix-It l it was a rough hike to the clif? l It was a rough hike to the cliff. the fone sounded phunny The phone sounded funny.

92 Contractions l A contraction is a short way to put two words together. l An apostrophe (*) takes the place of one or more letters. l Contractions can be formed by putting together a pronoun and another word, such as will, are, or is.

93 Wrap Up Your Day! l Lesson Vocabulary l Monitor and Fix Up l Let’s Talk About It l Tomorrow we will hear about a spider who learns a lesson.

94 Signmaker’s Assistant Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time when a sign helped you know where to go.

95 Signmaker’s Assistant Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we'll read more about Anansi. His mama says, "Don't eat my stew!“ Anansi doesn't obey her though. Why do we have rules to obey?

96 Signmaker’s Assistant Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we'll read more about Anansi. His mama says, "Don't eat my stew!“ Anansi doesn't obey her though. Why do we have rules to obey?

97 Today you will learn about: l ph, gh /f/ l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Amazing Words l Compound Words l Fluency l Contractions

98 Amazing Words

99 protest l pro - test l If you protest, you tell or show how you disagree about something you think is not right. l He tried to protest when his parents grounded him. l The neighbors protested the building of a nearby factory.

100 troublemaker l trou – ble – mak - er l A troublemaker often intentionally causes difficulties or problems. l The troublemaker threw the ball over the fence. l The troublemaker cut in line in front of me.

101 ph, gh /f/ l phrase laugh l Look at these words. You can read these words because you know that ph and gh can stand for the sound /f/.

102 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number?

103 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number? l Rick has a cold and a cough.

104 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number? l Rick has a cold and a cough. l Mom took many photos on our trip.

105 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number? l Rick has a cold and a cough. l Mom took many photos on our trip. l Have you studied enough?

106 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number? l Rick has a cold and a cough. l Mom took many photos on our trip. l Have you studied enough? l We learned about graphs in math.

107 ph, gh /f/ l What is your phone number? l Rick has a cold and a cough. l Mom took many photos on our trip. l Have you studied enough? l We learned about graphs in math.

108 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh

109 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh cough

110 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh cough rough

111 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone cough rough

112 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone cough rough tough

113 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone photo cough rough tough

114 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone photo phase cough rough tough

115 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone photo phase cough rough tough enough

116 ph, gh /f/ cough, rough, phone, tough, photo, phase, enough, graph ph gh phone photo phase graph cough rough tough enough

117 Signmaker’s Assistant Vocabulary Words l idea l important l blame l signmaker l townspeople l afternoon

118 Vocabulary Read the questions and answer with a one-sentence answer, using the vocabulary words. l What good idea might help you get up on time in the morning? l What is the most important thing you have learned today? l Would you take the blame for something? l When might you need to hire a signmaker? l Who are some townspeople you know? l What things can you do in the afternoon that you can’t do in the morning or at night?

119 Signmaker’s Assistant High Frequency Words l behind l brought l door l everybody l minute l promise l sorry

120 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

121 Compound Words l What do you notice about the word signmaker? l It is made up of two separate words: sign and maker. l Words that are made up of two or more words put together are called compound words. l You can sometimes figure out what a compound word means if you know the meanings of the words that make up the compound word. l A signmaker is a person who makes signs.

122 Compound Words Use these words to make compound words. l sign l towns l noon l after l people l maker l signmaker l townspeople l afternoon

123 Daily Fix-It bill playyed a joke on her Bill played a joke on her. she would’nt talk to he all day She wouldn’t talk to him all day.

124 Contractions l A contraction is a short way to put two words together. l An apostrophe (*) takes the place of one or more letters. l Contractions can be formed by putting together a pronoun and another word, such as will, are, or is.

125 Contractions l Do you think Norman should or should not have used signs to trick people? l should not - shouldn’t l These words mean exactly the same thing, but the contraction shouldn’t is shorter and it sounds less formal or more like real speech.

126 Contractions l I’ll practice the piano today.

127 Contractions l I’ll practice the piano today. (I will) l I don’t watch television.

128 Contractions l I’ll practice the piano today. (I will) l I don’t watch television. (do not) l I shouldn’t tease animals.

129 Contractions l I’ll practice the piano today. (I will) l I don’t watch television. (do not) l I shouldn’t tease animals. (should not)

130 Contractions l aren’t l are not l isn’t l is not l wouldn’t l would not l he’s l he is l she’s l she is l it’s l it is

131 Contractions l couldn’t l could not l didn’t l did not l wasn’t l was not l we’re l we are l we’ve l we have l you’ll l you will

132 Wrap Up Your Day! l Realism and Fantasy l Fluency l Let’s Talk About It l Tomorrow we will read about children who started groups that help other people.

133 Signmaker’s Assistant Wednesday Journal Topic Write a journal entry about a practical joke you played on someone.

134 Signmaker’s Assistant Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about some young people and their ideas. They started some important groups that made a difference. How can you make a difference?

135 Signmaker’s Assistant Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about some young people and their ideas. They started some important groups that made a difference. How can you make a difference?

136 Today you will learn about: l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Contractions

137 Signmaker’s Assistant Amazing Words l apologize l citizen l judgment l hoard l scold l interrupt l protest l troublemaker

138 Troublemaker

139 Sentence Reading l I knew the plumber would close the door behind him. l Dad brought a thick cable to hang the sign. l I promise I will not giggle, mumble, talk, or wriggle. l I must wrap my knee with a little tape the minute I get home.

140 Sentence Reading l Sorry, I forgot the knife for cutting the limb that was caught on the roof. l Put the gnome and the wreath in the yard by the auto so everybody will see them.

141 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

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144 Daily Fix-It l the auto accident was he’s fawlt l The auto accident was his fault. l he did n’t read those sign l He didn’t read the sign.

145 Contractions l A contraction is a short way to put two words together. l An apostrophe (*) takes the place of one or more letters. l Contractions can be formed by putting together a pronoun and another word, such as will, are, or is.

146 Contractions l I can’t see the movie.

147 Contractions l I can’t see the movie. l I cannot see the movie.

148 Contractions l I can’t see the movie. l I cannot see the movie. l He wouldn’t give me a ride.

149 Contractions l I can’t see the movie. l I cannot see the movie. l He wouldn’t give me a ride. l He would not give me a ride.

150 Contractions l I can’t see the movie. l I cannot see the movie. l He wouldn’t give me a ride. l He would not give me a ride. l She doesn’t want to bake a cake.

151 Contractions l I can’t see the movie. l I cannot see the movie. l He wouldn’t give me a ride. l He would not give me a ride. l She doesn’t want to bake a cake. l She does not want to bake a cake.

152 Contractions l I’m in a play.

153 Contractions l I’m in a play. l I am in a play.

154 Contractions l I’m in a play. l I am in a play. l They’ll be home soon.

155 Contractions l I’m in a play. l I am in a play. l They’ll be home soon. l They will be home soon.

156 Wrap Up Your Day! l Making Connections l Let’s Talk About It l We read a story about a signmaker’s assistant who got into trouble. Tomorrow we will read about Norman again.

157 Signmaker’s Assistant Thursday Journal Topic Write about a difficult decision you made.

158 Signmaker’s Assistant Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about troublemakers. They often use bad judgment and do the wrong thing. What can you do when you make a mistake?

159 Today you will learn about: l Amazing Words l Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Vocabulary Words l High Frequency Words l Contractions

160 Signmaker’s Assistant Amazing Words l apologize l citizen l judgment l hoard l scold l interrupt l protest l troublemaker

161 Signmaker’s Assistant Glue Words l were l been l should l what l could Spelling Words l talk taught l because thaw l August fault l caught launch l draw applause l walk audience l chalk awkward l auto

162 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter?

163 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter? l I paused and caught a look at the little fawn.

164 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter? l I paused and caught a look at the little fawn. l She drove her auto because she had to get a malt.

165 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter? l I paused and caught a look at the little fawn. l She drove her auto because she had to get a malt.

166 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter? l I paused and caught a look at the little fawn. l She drove her auto because she had to get a malt. l I put some salt and sauce on the raw meat.

167 Vowels aw, au, augh, al l Did you see the bald man waltz with his daughter? l I paused and caught a look at the little fawn. l She drove her auto because she had to get a malt. l I put some salt and sauce on the raw meat.

168 Signmaker’s Assistant High Frequency Words l behind l brought l door l everybody l minute l promise l sorry

169 Signmaker’s Assistant Vocabulary Words l idea l important l blame l signmaker l townspeople l afternoon

170 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l This is a job in which someone makes something with words and messages.

171 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l This is a job in which someone makes something with words and messages. (signmaker) l This comes between morning and evening.

172 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l This is a job in which someone makes something with words and messages. (signmaker) l This comes between morning and evening. (afternoon) l These fill your head when you are thinking.

173 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l This is a job in which someone makes something with words and messages. (signmaker) l This comes between morning and evening. (afternoon) l These fill your head when you are thinking. (ideas)

174 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l These individuals live together in a town.

175 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l These individuals live together in a town. (townspeople) l It is a word that means “fault.”

176 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l These individuals live together in a town. (townspeople) l It is a word that means “fault.” (blame) l This word means the opposite of small or little.

177 Vocabulary Words townspeople, important, signmaker, ideas, blame, afternoon l These individuals live together in a town. (townspeople) l It is a word that means “fault.” (blame) l This word means the opposite of small or little. (important)

178 Daily Fix-It l i useed chawk to draw a sign I used chalk to draw a sign. they goed the write way They went the right way.

179 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Responsibility

180 Signmaker’s Assistant Friday Journal Topic Write about an unusual sign.

181 AptPlus Videos (password required) l Timothy Goes to School: The School Play/Full of Beans (22:04) Timothy Goes to School: The School Play/Full of Beans l Wilbur: Wilbur's Wobbly Bed / Wiggly Fun (22:04) Wilbur: Wilbur's Wobbly Bed / Wiggly Fun l Eye Wonder: Billboards, Volcanoes, and Aquariums (26:50) Eye Wonder: Billboards, Volcanoes, and Aquariums l Communication: Between People and Communities (12:12) Communication: Between People and Communities

182 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: l Arcade Games Arcade Games l Jigword Jigword l Matchword Matchword l Speedword Speedword l Wordsearch Wordsearch l Word Web Word Web l Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Amazing l Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: l Speedword Speedword l Word Web Word Web l Quia Games Quia Games l Spelling City Spelling City High Frequency Words l Spelling City Spelling City

183 We are now ready to take our story tests. l Story test –Classroom webpage, –Student page, –Taking Tests l AR –Other Reading Quizzes –Quiz #


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