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1 When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? Click to listen to story.

2 Small Groups Timer

3 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City – vocabulary wordsSpelling City – vocabulary words Spelling City – amazing wordsSpelling City – amazing words Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City

4 The Strongest One Amazing Words delicate inquire sturdy exhibit resist stun genius satisfaction

5 The Strongest One Vocabulary Words narrator relatives dangerous gnaws

6 The Strongest One High Frequency Words gone though learn together often very pieces

7 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

8 Big Question: When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9 The Strongest One Monday Morning Warm-Up Do you wonder about some things? Do you know why your eyes sometimes water on a warm day? When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask?

10 The Strongest One Monday Morning Warm-Up Do you wonder about some things? Do you know why your eyes sometimes water on a warm day? When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask?

11 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, consonant digraphs, realism and fantasy, and commands and exclamations

12 Exploring Space Monday Amazing Words

13 delicate del – i - cate Something that is delicate is thin and easily broken. Delicate means the opposite of sturdy. My mom says to be very careful with that old vase because it’s so delicate. Be careful not to step on the delicate flowers in the garden.

14 inquire in - quire Inquire means to ask questions or to try to find out something. My dad inquired about the soccer schedule. My teacher inquired whether I had done all my homework.

15 sturdy stur - dy Something that is sturdy is strong and solid. You can stand on that sturdy bench to reach the cupboard. The sturdy tree in the park was not affected by the big storm.

16 Sing with Me We are going to listen to a song about how to find answers to questions. Where to Inquire Click to listen.

17 Consonant Digraphs disk self What do you know about reading these words? Today we’ll learn about words that begin and end with two or three consonants that stand for a single sound.

18 chalk Consonant digraphs consist of unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from each consonant alone. Initial ch: – chin – chop – chess Final ch: – much – ranch – pinch -tch: – match – itch – patch

19 Consonant Digraphs pitch The sound /ch/ can be spelled with the letters ch or tch. In the word pitch, the letters tch stand for /ch/.

20 shark Consonant digraphs consist of two unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from either consonant alone. Initial: – shop – shock – ship – shell – shut – shelf Final: – dish – fish – dash – brush – crash – hush

21 thermometer Consonant digraphs consist of two unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from either consonant alone. Initial: – thin – that – thick – think – thump – thrill Final: – bath – with – path – fifth – sixth – tenth

22 whale The letters wh may b pronounced /hw/ or /w/. – whale – which – whip – when – white – whiff

23 Consonant Digraphs shark The letters sh stand for the sound /sh/. thermometer The letters th stand for the sound /th/. whale The letters wh stand for the sound /wh/.

24 Consonant Digraphs shape thick white that thing which math those fetch church bush shy

25 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh

26 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh whale

27 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh thosewhale

28 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chasethosewhale

29 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such thosewhale

30 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatchthosewhale

31 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatchfishthosewhale

32 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatchfishthose with whale

33 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatchfish show those with whale

34 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatchfish show those with whether whale whether

35 Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch chtchshthwh chase such hatch pitch fish show those with whether whale whether

36 Word Reading chose much hatch with mush flat hitch bath sash what batch slip shell bash when

37 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

38 Word Family Word – stop (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bop cop hop lop mop pop sop top shop chop clop crop drop flop glop plop prop slop

39 Word Family Word – stop cop hop crop mop top shop chop

40 Word Family Word – into (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bin din fin gin pin sin tin win shin chin thin grin skin spin

41 Word Family Word – into bin shin cotton gin grin pin tin cans fin skin chin

42 Let’s Talk About Exploration!

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44 Realism and Fantasy There are two kinds of made-up stories— those that could really happen and those that could never happen. A realistic story tells about something that could happen. A fantasy is a story about something that could not happen. Good readers look for clues that tell them whether a story could really happen or not.

45 Read-Aloud A Nice Place to Sleep

46 Monday’s Fix-It do you really believe that story Do you really believe that story? an animal can’t An animal can’t really talk.

47 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Pack your suitcase.

48 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. What a great trip this will be! I can’t wait to go!

49 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations bring your camera Bring your camera. put your jacket on Put your jacket on. wow, I am so excited Wow, I am so excited!

50 Wrap Up Your Day! Consonant Digraphs Realism and Fantasy Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow the class will read a fantasy about an ant that wants to know who is the strongest one in the world.

51 The Strongest One Monday Journal Topic List things you would like to inquire about.

52 The Strongest One Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a fantasy about an ant with a question. Whom does the ant check with to find the answer? What does he find out? Why is the ant shocked?

53 The Strongest One Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a fantasy about an ant with a question. Whom does the ant check with to find the answer? What does he find out? Why is the ant shocked?

54 Today we will learn about: amazing words consonant digraphs, realism and fantasy, monitor and fix up, high-frequency words, vocabulary words, and commands and exclamations

55 Exploring Space Tuesday Amazing Words

56 exhibit ex – hib - it An exhibit is something set up for you to look at in a place like a museum or zoo. We were amazed at the size of the dinosaur we saw in the exhibit. My favorite exhibit at the zoo is the monkey house.

57 exhibit (Smithsonian, Washington D.C.)

58 resist re - sist When you resist something, you work against it because you don’t want it. I couldn’t resist laughing out loud at the clown. When you are healthy, your body resists getting sick.

59 stun When you are stunned, you are shocked and very surprised. I was stunned when I found out my favorite teacher was leaving. My sister was stunned when she won the prize.

60 Read-Aloud A Nice Place to Sleep

61 Consonant Digraphs match You can read this word because you know how to read words with consonant digraphs. What sound do the letters tch stand for in this word? whim shape think chat

62 Consonant Digraphs When you come to a new word, look at the word parts from left to right and think about the consonant digraph sounds. Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.

63 Consonant Digraphs two or three consonants that stand for a single sound pitch chimp hush while thud chin shine thick whisk clutch

64 Phonics Song As you listen to our poem, find words with a consonant digraph. Where Can We Turn? Click to listen.

65 Consonant Digraphs Find the consonant digraphs in “Where Can We Turn?” where when think things wish search watch show what check with them through

66 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh

67 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh wish

68 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh wishthink

69 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh wishthinkwhat

70 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh searchwishthinkwhat

71 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh searchwatchwishthinkwhat

72 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh searchwatchwishthinkwhat where

73 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh searchwatchwish show thinkwhat where

74 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh search check watchwish show thinkwhat where

75 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh search check watchwish show think things what where

76 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh search check watchwish show think things through what where

77 Consonant Digraphs wish, think, what, search, watch, where, show, check, things, through, when chtchshthwh search check watchwish show think things through what where when

78 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

79 Word Family Word – than (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends ban Dan fan man Nan pan ran tan van bran clan plan scan span

80 Word Family Word – than fan tan pan bran van van cat scan van span

81 Consonant Digraphs When will you do that math? I wish I could chase a whale! Tell them to pick a bunch from the patch.

82 Realism and Fantasy There are two kinds of made-up stories— those that could really happen and those that could never happen. A realistic story tells about something that could happen. A fantasy is a story about something that could not happen. Good readers look for clues that tell them whether a story could really happen or not.

83 Monitor and Fix Up You can be better readers by thinking about whether or not you understand what you read as you read it. Paying attention to the illustrations (pictures) and to which character is talking are two ways you can help yourself understand what you are reading.

84 The Strongest One High Frequency Words gone though learn together often very pieces

85 High-Frequency Word Review pieces water often somewhere very friend together move though straight gone animals learn full

86 Vocabulary narrator – person who tells a story relatives – people in the same family dangerous – not safe gnaws – bites at or wears away

87 Vocabulary dangerous, gnaws, relatives, narrator Tim is the ______ of our class play.

88 Vocabulary dangerous, gnaws, relatives, narrator Tim is the narrator of our class play. The play is about a family with lots of _____.

89 Vocabulary dangerous, gnaws, relatives, narrator Tim is the narrator of our class play. The play is about a family with lots of relatives. One of the boys in the family has a ______ pet rat.

90 Vocabulary dangerous, gnaws, relatives, narrator Tim is the narrator of our class play. The play is about a family with lots of relatives. One of the boys in the family has a dangerous pet rat. The pet rat _____ the legs of tables.

91 Vocabulary dangerous, gnaws, relatives, narrator Tim is the narrator of our class play. The play is about a family with lots of relatives. One of the boys in the family has a dangerous pet rat. The pet rat gnaws the legs of tables.

92 Tuesday’s Fix-It what time does the game start What time does the game start? get the ball Get the ball!

93 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Look at that sunset.

94 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. It is so beautiful!

95 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations Sometimes a command can also be an exclamation. Stop!

96 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations get me a basket Get me a basket. that is a huge basket That is a huge basket! put in the food Put in the food.

97 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations bring the ants Bring the ants. oh no, I dropped the food Oh no, I dropped the food!

98 Wrap Up Your Day! High-Frequency Words Monitor and Fix Up Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow we will find out more about searching for answers in “All Alone in Dinosaur Hall.”

99 The Strongest One Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a person or animal who is strongest of all.

100 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! Did that really happen? Or did Ollie just think it did? Listen again. See what you think!

101 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! (exclamation) Did that really happen? Or did Ollie just think it did? Listen again. See what you think!

102 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! (exclamation) Did that really happen? (question) Or did Ollie just think it did? Listen again. See what you think!

103 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! (exclamation) Did that really happen? (question) Or did Ollie just think it did? (question) Listen again. See what you think!

104 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! (exclamation) Did that really happen? (question) Or did Ollie just think it did? (question) Listen again. (command) See what you think!

105 The Strongest One Wednesday Morning Warm-Up The dinosaur eggs hatched! (exclamation) Did that really happen? (question) Or did Ollie just think it did? (question) Listen again. (command) See what you think! (command & exclamation)

106 Today we will learn about: amazing words inflected endings, consonant digraphs, high-frequency words, synonyms, and commands and exclamations

107 Exploring Space Wednesday Amazing Words

108 genius gen – ius Someone who is very, very smart can be called a genius. I think it would take a genius to figure out this math problem. A genius comes up with good solutions to problems.

109 satisfaction sat – is – fac - tion When you feel satisfaction, you are pleased and contented with something. The team got great satisfaction from winning the game. It gave me satisfaction to do so well on the spelling test.

110 Read-Aloud All Alone in Dinosaur Hall

111 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile

112 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags

113 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wagswagged

114 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wagswaggedwagging

115 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks waggedwagging

116 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks wagged looked wagging

117 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks wagged looked wagging looking

118 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races wagged looked wagging looking

119 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races wagged looked raced wagging looking

120 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races wagged looked raced wagging looking racing

121 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races smiles wagged looked raced wagging looking racing

122 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races smiles wagged looked raced smiled wagging looking racing

123 Inflected Endings Base word -s-ed-ing wag look race smile wags looks races smiles wagged looked raced smiled wagging looking racing smiling

124 High-Frequency Words I glued the two parts _______ and made one.

125 High-Frequency Words I glued the two parts together and made one. How many ___ of pizza would you like?

126 High-Frequency Words I glued the two parts together and made one. How many pieces of pizza would you like? Mom plays the piano, and I want to ____ how to play too.

127 High-Frequency Words I glued the two parts together and made one. How many pieces of pizza would you like? Mom plays the piano, and I want to learn how to play too. I am going to bed because I am ___ sleepy.

128 High-Frequency Words I glued the two parts together and made one. How many pieces of pizza would you like? Mom plays the piano, and I want to learn how to play too. I am going to bed because I am very sleepy.

129 High-Frequency Words Dad will have to take me to school because the bus has already ______.

130 High-Frequency Words Dad will have to take me to school because the bus has already gone. I go to the library as ____ as I can.

131 High-Frequency Words Dad will have to take me to school because the bus has already gone. I go to the library as often as I can. Today is a fun day even _____ it is raining.

132 High-Frequency Words Dad will have to take me to school because the bus has already gone. I go to the library as often as I can. Today is a fun day even though it is raining.

133 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

134 Word Family Word – best (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends jest nest pest rest test vest west chest quest crest

135 Word Family Word – best chest nest pest jester crest vest

136 Spelling Words: Consonant Digaphs Which spelling word rhymes with: men when batch patch dish wish cape shape lunch bunch tale whale bat that bath math stem them stitch itch vase chase

137 Synonyms Many words mean almost the same thing. These words are called synonyms. We just read “The Strongest One.” What are some synonyms for strong?

138 Wednesday’s Fix-It does an ant bite icth Does an ant bite itch? oh, it stings too Oh, it stings too!

139 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark.

140 Commands & Exclamations get the balls and gloves Get the balls and gloves. let’s have a good game Let’s have a good game! Tina threw the ball to Kevin Tina threw the ball to Kevin. it hit him on the arm It hit him on the arm. that hurt That hurt!

141 Wrap Up Your Day! Realism and Fantasy Expression and Intonation Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow they will hear more about someone searching for answers in a story called “Can Hens Give Milk?”

142 The Strongest One Wednesday Journal Topic Use synonyms in sentences about being the strongest one.

143 The Strongest One Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some animals eat the strangest things! Today we will read about the anteater. Anteaters search for food in an unusual way. How do you think anteaters search?

144 The Strongest One Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some animals eat the strangest things! Today we will read about the anteater. Anteaters search for food in an unusual way. How do you think anteaters search?

145 The Strongest One Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some animals eat the strangest things! Today we will read about the anteater. Anteaters search for food in an unusual way. How do you think anteaters search?

146 Today we will learn about: consonant digraphs, commands and exclamations, ask and answer questions

147 Read-Aloud Can Hens Give Milk?

148 Sentence Reading Did Mitch catch that fish in the water by the ship? When I get sleepy I stretch and then shut my eyes. Check to see if these buns are fresh and warm.

149 Sentence Reading The animals by the shrubs had thin legs. I wake up early and then I brush my hair. Each trash bin was full of cans we had to wash and crush.

150 Spelling Consonant digraphs are two or three letters that make one sound.

151 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

152 Word Family Word – drink (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends fink kink link mink pink rink sink wink think blink brink clink plink slink stink

153 Word Family Word – drink link mink brink sink wink rink

154 Anteaters Page We are going to use this story to learn how to look answers to an AR test. Read the questions and answer choices. Look in the story to find the answers. Choose your answer carefully.

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157 Thursday’s Fix-It take me to see the anteater Take me to see the anteater. It has such a strange shap It has such a strange shape!

158 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Close the door.

159 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. I love chocolate cake!

160 Grammar: Commands & Exclamations Sometimes a command can also be an exclamation. Be careful!

161 Commands & Exclamations Correct each sentence. look at that anteater Look at that anteater. oh, he looks so strange Oh, he looks so strange! find him some ants Find him some ants. Wow, see how long his tongue is wow, see how long his tongue is!

162 Speaking and Listening There are many reasons for asking questions. When you ask or answer a question, you should always be polite. Answer politely. Look at the person speaking.

163 Wrap Up Your Day! Making Connections Let’s Talk About It! You heard a story about two foolish people who thought hens could give milk. Tomorrow you will hear about Shlomo and Rivka again.

164 The Strongest One Thursday Journal Topic Write about having fun in a sturdy tree house.

165 The Strongest One Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about asking questions. What did we find out about whom we can ask when we are looking for answers? Where can we inquire?

166 Today we will learn about: consonant digraphs ch, tch, sh, th, wh, high-frequency words, vocabulary words, amazing words, commands and exclamations, and maps

167 Consonant Digraphs That bush has thick branches. Dad gave Beth fish and chips. Those things belong to my friend Shane. My dog uses its mouth and teeth to catch the stick!

168 The Strongest One High Frequency Words gone though learn together often very pieces

169 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many ______.

170 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole ______.

171 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even ____ I am small.

172 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even though I am small. My teacher helps me ____ my math.

173 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even though I am small. My teacher helps me learn my math. The pie is all _____ now!

174 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even though I am small. My teacher helps me learn my math. The pie is all gone now! That dress is _____ long.

175 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even though I am small. My teacher helps me learn my math. The pie is all gone now! That dress is very long. You and I can work _____ on the project.

176 High-Frequency Words The vase broke into many pieces. I play with my friend Cole often. I am strong even though I am small. My teacher helps me learn my math. The pie is all gone now! That dress is very long. You and I can work together on the project.

177 The Strongest One Word Wall Words stop into than best drink Spelling Words bunch shape that whale wish itch patch chase when whiskers what switch math shrimp them

178 Friday’s Fix-It look for ants near trees Look for ants near trees. watch out, they bite Watch out, they bite!

179 Maps A map is an outline picture of a place as if it were taken from the sky. The map key shows which symbol stands for places and things on the map. The compass rose tell the directions on the map.

180 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Exploration

181 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Jigword Spelling Words: Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words: Hot Potatoes (fill-in-the-blank)

182 The Strongest One Friday Journal Topic Write about something delicate that becomes sturdy.

183 APTPlus Videos (Password Required) Aesop's FablesAesop's Fables (13:00) Introduction to Picture Books: Books About Real ThingsIntroduction to Picture Books: Books About Real Things (08:59) Junior Zoologist: InsectsJunior Zoologist: Insects (11:24) Dr. Dad's PH3: Episode 10: Animal Architecture Dr. Dad's PH3: Episode 10: Animal Architecture (14:45) All About Animals: InsectsAll About Animals: Insects (12:00)

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


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