Presentation on theme: "Quilt Story Vocabulary Words blankets pretended quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Amazing Words preserve represent valuable."— Presentation transcript:
Quilt Story Vocabulary Words blankets pretended quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Amazing Words preserve represent valuable tough concentration frown homeland patient
Quilt Story High Frequency Words beautiful country friend front someone somewhere
Syllables: C + le locate You studied two-syllable words like this already. What do you know about reading two-syllables words? Today we’ll learn about two-syllable words that end with a consonant and le. If a word ends with a consonant and le, those three letters make the last syllable in the word. –bun / dle
Syllables: C + le wiggle You can blend two-syllable words with consonant + le by dividing them into smaller parts. We usually divide the word so the last consonant plus le make up the last syllable of the word. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. – wig / gle
Syllables: C + le dim / ple gig / gle ca / ble pud / dle sprin / kle ap / ple cra / dle sim / ple bub / ble spar / kle pur / ple sta / ble
Syllables: C + le wiggle title lumber mumble pilot middle rifle focus panic ladle bugle tablet noble baby puzzle
Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. She added pepper and green chilies. She stirred to make smooth batter.
Syllables: C + le simple You can read this word because you know how to read two-syllable words that end with consonant + le. When you come to a two-syllable word that ends with consonant + le, look for the two syllables. Read them and then read the word.
Syllables: C + le Find words with consonant + le in “My Teddy Bear.” struggle snuggle trouble pickle little tickle