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1 What can we do in a dangerous situation? 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- VocabularySpelling City- Vocabulary 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 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Vocabulary Words collar slipped brave Amazing Words courageous hazard rescue avalanche instinct skittish blustery fast-paced

5 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends High Frequency Words family pull listen once heard break

6 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

7 Big Question: What can we do in a dangerous situation? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Monday Morning Warm-Up Fires, tornadoes, and getting lost are hazards. People can often get hurt. What can we do in a dangerous situation?

9 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Monday Morning Warm-Up Fires, tornadoes, and getting lost are hazards. People can often get hurt. What can we do in a dangerous situation?

10 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, sequence, and nouns

11 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Monday Amazing Words

12 courageous cou - ra - geous Courageous means full of courage; brave. Tara and Tiree were very courageous; they risked their own lives to save their owner. The soldier was courageous.

13 hazard haz - ard A hazard is something dangerous. The broken swing on the playground is a hazard. Be careful of the hazard where the sidewalk is tilted.

14 rescue res - cue If you rescue someone, you save that person from danger. If you saved someone, you made a rescue. The firefighter rescued the child from the burning building. The lifeguard came to the rescue of the child who could not swim.

15 Click to listen to a song about helping someone who is in trouble.

16 r-Controlled ar, or, ore What are the vowel sounds in these two words? had spot They make a short a and a short o sound. Today we’ll learn about the sounds of a and o when followed by r.

17 artist A single vowel followed by the letter r has a sound that is neither short nor long, but r-controlled. – car – jar – park – arm – bark – farm – shark – smart – march – armor – carpet – charming

18 orchestra A single vowel followed by the letter r has a sound that is neither short nor long, but r- controlled. – or – for – corn – fork – porch – storm – more – tore – shore – score – wore – before

19 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. had - hard spot – sport

20 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. You can blend longer words with /ar/ and /or/ by dividing them into smaller parts. We usually divide words between two consonants. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. dar / ling

21 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. born part score garden morning armor forget target party store short artist carpet correct

22 Making Words Worksheet

23 Making Word Letter Tiles a – e - o ch - d - f h - m - r

24 Word Reading shark porch shore market corner chop charm thorn art armor store pocket start morning batch

25 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

26 Word Family Word – slow (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bow mow row sow tow show kn ow blow crow flow glow grow snow

27 Word Family Word – slow bow mow glow snow tow sow crow flow row

28 Word Family Word – knew (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends dew few Jew new pew chew blew brew crew drew flew grew screw spew stew

29 Word Family Word – knew dew pew brew crew flew screw spew stew

30 Let’s talk about working together!

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32 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do

33 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe.

34 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe.Call animal workers.

35 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. Call animal workers.

36 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver.

37 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver.

38 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out.

39 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out.

40 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out. Use search dogs and people to find the lost person.

41 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. There is a fire. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out. Use search dogs and people to find the lost person.

42 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. There is a fire. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out. Use search dogs and people to find the lost person. Get out of the building; call 911.

43 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. There is a fire. There is a tornado. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out. Use search dogs and people to find the lost person. Get out of the building; call 911.

44 What could we do in these dangerous situations? Dangerous SituationWhat We Should Do An animal is stuck in a pipe. A person needs help swimming. A man falls into a lake. A person gets lost. There is a fire. There is a tornado. Call animal workers. Throw the person a life preserver. Pull him out. Use search dogs and people to find the lost person. Get out of the building; call 911. Seek shelter.

45 Sequence Sequence is the order in which things happen. As you read, think about what happens first, next, and last. Good readers pay attention to the order of the events in a story.

46 Read Aloud: The Rescue

47 Monday’s Fix-It that dog is smart That dog is smart. it’s exciteing to see it work hard It’s exciting to see it work hard.

48 Grammar: Nouns A noun names a person, place, animal, or thing. The park was covered in snow. The ducks and geese had no food.

49 Grammar: Nouns A noun names a person, place, animal, or thing. Two children lived across the street. The girl and the boy brought bread to the birds.

50 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing

51 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing park

52 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing parksnow

53 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing parkduckssnow

54 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing parkducks geese snow

55 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing parkducks geese snow food

56 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing childrenparkducks geese snow food

57 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing childrenpark street ducks geese snow food

58 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing children girl park street ducks geese snow food

59 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing children girl boy park street ducks geese snow food

60 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing children girl boy park street ducks geese snow food bread

61 Sort these nouns into the correct group: park, snow, ducks, geese, food, children, street, girl, boy, bread, birds PersonPlaceAnimalThing children girl boy park street ducks geese birds snow food bread

62 Wrap Up Your Day! R-Controlled ar, or, ore Sequence Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow we will read about dogs and a person in a dangerous situation.

63 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Monday Journal Topic Write about things people do that are courageous and explain why.

64 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Jim and his smart dogs. We will read about how the dogs try hard to help Jim before it’s too late. What are some ways for dogs to help people?

65 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Jim and his smart dogs. We will read about how the dogs try hard to help Jim before it’s too late. What are some ways for dogs to help people?

66 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, new vocabulary words, new high frequency words, blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, sequence, predict, and nouns

67 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Tuesday Amazing Words

68 avalanche av - a - lanche An avalanche happens when a lot of snow suddenly slides down a mountain. The huge avalanche last week buried lots of trees on the mountain. Some dogs are specially trained to find people lost in avalanches.

69 instinct in - stinct An instinct is an ability an animal is born with that makes it act in a certain way. Instinct tells animals how to hunt for their own food. Birds have an instinct for building their nests in a certain way.

70 skittish skit - tish Skittish means nervous and easily upset. A skittish horse bolts when it hears an unusual noise. Our new puppy is so skittish it runs and hides whenever the door opens.

71 Read Aloud: Snoop, the Search Dog

72 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

73 Word Family Word – before (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bore core gore more pore sore tore wore shore chore score snore spore store swore

74 Word Family Word – before bore shore store spore core

75 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. barn You can read this word because you know how to read words with r-controlled vowels. What sounds do the letters ar stand for in this word? 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.

76 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. drugstore hardly shortstop farmer cartoon charming therefore seashore stormy

77 Click to listen to “Safe from Harm.”

78 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Find the “bossy r” word in “Safe from Harm.” harm chore more smartest for alarm harm stormy car star

79 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore

80 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore storm

81 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore stormbefore

82 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darkenstormbefore

83 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start stormbefore

84 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start storm fork before

85 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start storm fork before adore

86 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start bark storm fork before adore

87 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start bark storm fork before adore store

88 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start bark storm fork scorch before adore store

89 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Sort these words into the correct group: storm, before, darken, start, fork, adore, bark, store, scorch, arch arorore darken start bark arch storm fork scorch before adore store

90 r-Controlled ar, or, ore That horse was born on a farm. We picked more corn by the porch. Do this chore before you go out.

91 Sequence The sequence of a story is the order in which things happen. As you read, ask yourself what happens first, next, and last. Notice clue words such as first and then and picture clues that tell about the order of events.

92 Predict Sometimes it is fun to guess what is going to happen next in a story. Trying to guess what might happen, and then finding out what really happens, makes reading more fun. When you read, think about the words and pictures and try to figure out what will happen next.

93 Build Background

94 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends High Frequency Words family pull listen once heard break

95 Review High-Frequency Words family afraid break loved once water pull warm listen very heard learn

96 Vocabulary Words collar – a band that a dog wears around its neck collar slipped – slid without meaning to brave – showing no fear of dangerous things

97 collar

98 Vocabulary Words Some _____ dogs must work in dangerous places. Some brave dogs must work in dangerous places. They can find someone who _____ on a hill and fell to the bottom. They can find someone who slipped on a hill and fell to the bottom. The dog wears a special _____ and a vest so people know it is working. The dog wears a special collar and a vest so people know it is working.

99 Tuesday’s Fix-It did you see the dog Did you see the dog? he used his nos to find the toy He used his nose to find the toy.

100 Grammar: Nouns Names for people, place, animals, and things are called nouns. Nouns can be found in the subject and the predicate. The man is walking down the street.

101 Wrap Up Your Day! High-Frequency Words Predict Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about another dog with an important job.

102 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Tuesday Journal Topic Write about an animal you know or heard of who helped someone.

103 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Snoop. Snoop is a brave dog who searches for lost people. When would people need to use a dog like Snoop?

104 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Snoop. Snoop is a brave dog who searches for lost people. When would people need to use a dog like Snoop?

105 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, consonant digraphs blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, high-frequency words, position and direction words, nouns

106 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Wednesday Amazing Words

107 blustery blust – er - y A storm is blustery when the wind blows hard and makes a lot of noise. The wind and rain made the day so blustery that I was glad to get home. You can’t really put up an umbrella when it’s this blustery outside.

108 fast-paced You know what fast means. Pace means the speed at which something happens. So something that is fast- paced is happening very quickly. We had so much to do this morning that it was fast-paced. The baseball game was so fast-paced that it was over in an hour.

109 Read-Aloud Snoop, the Search Dog

110 Consonant Digraphs batch sash that bath wash what when where

111 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends High Frequency Words family pull listen once heard break

112 High-Frequency Words: listen, once, break, family, heard, pull A group that may have a mom, dad, brother, and sister. What is it? The opposite of push. What is it? You don’t want it to happen to a vase, a plate, or a toy. What is it? It comes before “upon a time” in a story. What is it? You do it with your ears. What is it? You did it with your ears yesterday. What is it?

113 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

114 Word Family Word – bed (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends fed Jed Ned red Ted wed shed bled fled Fred sled sped

115 Word Family Word – bed wed shed sled

116 r-Controlled ar, or, ore When the letters a and o are followed by r, the a and o have an r-controlled sound. Tell which spelling words rhyme with these words. harm torch lard course chart horn door

117 Vocabulary: Position and Direction Words Some words tell where something is located or which direction something is moving. Jim walks ____ the ice. Some of these words are called prepositions. They describe where something is in relation to something else. A bird can sit on a perch. A dog can jump over a fence.

118 Vocabulary: Position and Direction Words out by in across into near away down close behind back on up off onto far farther

119 Wednesday’s Fix-It the dog has a jub? The dog has a job. he is berave He is brave.

120 Grammar: Nouns Names for people, places, animals, and things are called nouns. Nouns can be found in the subject and the predicate.

121 Grammar: Nouns The _____ has a long tail. My room has a large _____. My ____ came home from work. We had fun at the ____.

122 Wrap Up Your Day! Sequence Read with Accuracy Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will listen to a story about the rescue of a sea animal.

123 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a dangerous situation you've heard or read about.

124 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some dogs have jobs. Today we will read about how some dogs are trained to save lives. What kinds of work do dogs do?

125 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some dogs have jobs. Today we will read about how some dogs are trained to save lives. What kinds of work do dogs do?

126 Today we will learn about: building oral vocabulary, blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, read “Rescue Dogs” nouns, and narrate in sequence

127 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Vocabulary Words collar slipped brave Amazing Words courageous hazard rescue avalanche instinct skittish blustery fast-paced

128 Read-Aloud Porpoise Savers

129 Sentence Reading The spacecraft orbited for a very long time. The sharp pieces of the vase are gone. Carl often blamed Mark. Did you learn how to bake those pork chops? The spotted dog and black horse ate together. He is picking up the order for you, though.

130 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

131 Word Family Word – cab (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends dab gab jab nab tab blab crab drab flab grab scab slab stab

132 Word Family Word – cab tab slab crab scab drab flab

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135 Thursday’s Fix-It i want two see the dog pla I want to see the dog play. he is naping on the porch He is napping on the porch.

136 Grammar: Nouns A noun names a person, place, animal, or thing. PeoplePlacesAnimalsThings

137 Narrate in Sequence When you are telling a story, you should face the group and speak clearly. When you narrate in sequence or tell a story, you start at the beginning. Then you tell the middle of the story, or what happened next. Finally, you tell what happened last. This is the end of the story.

138 Wrap Up Your Day! Text to World Let’s Talk About It We have heard a story about how to help porpoises that have gotten trapped. Tomorrow we will hear more about how to help these animals.

139 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Thursday Journal Topic Write about when you helped someone.

140 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about dogs that helped a man who fell through thin ice, dogs that rescue, and dolphins that got caught in traps. The rescuers worked together quickly to save lives. How can we help during dangerous events?

141 Today we will learn about: blending words with the bossy “r” sounds ar, or, ore, review high frequency words, vocabulary words, amazing words, and spelling words guide words, and nouns

142 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Vocabulary Words collar slipped brave Amazing Words courageous hazard rescue avalanche instinct skittish blustery fast-paced

143 r-Controlled ar, or, ore Choose the r-controlled words in each sentence. Her mark was far from the target. I will start weeding the garden before dark. Place your order before he rides to the store. She rode the horse to market after her chores.

144 High-Frequency Words High Frequency Words family pull listen once heard break

145 High-Frequency Words: pull, break, listen, family, one, heard There are six children in my ______. But Mom makes time to ____ to me. Not ____, but twice I fell out of the tree. Mom ____ me cry and ran to see. “You did not ____ a bone or cut your knee. So ___ off your socks and come sit with me.”

146 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Spelling Words part porch hard corn born chore horse score before cardinal more therefore smart morning farm Word Wall Words slow knew before bed cab

147 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Vocabulary Words collar slipped brave

148 Friday’s Fix-It what a good dog he is What a good dog he is! will i see him later Will I see him later?

149 Glossary: Guide Words A glossary is an alphabetical listing of the words that are in a story and their meanings. The words at the top of the page are called guide words. They tell you what the first and last words on the page are. Look at the guide words and see if the word you are looking for comes between these words.

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

151 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About: Working Together

152 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Friday Journal Topic Write about when you helped someone.

153 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Related Links: Info. About Dogs Info. About Dog Trainers r- contolled vowels Starfall movie

154 APTPlus Videos (Password Required) CannonballCannonball (28:30) Kenny the Shark: Kenny the Hero / Whaling on Kenny Kenny the Shark: Kenny the Hero / Whaling on Kenny (22:00)

155 Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Tests Story Tests: –Reading Street for Students: Reading Tests –AR Test: Tara & Tiree: Other Reading Quiz #


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