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1 Click to listen to story. When can creative ideas solve problems? 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-Voc Spelling City-Amazing Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City

4 Rosa & Blanca Vocabulary Words tortillas luckiest chiles Amazing Words abundant assist generous dismay efficient beam forever situation

5 Rosa & Blanca High-Frequency Words alone many buy their daughters youngest half

6 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

7 Big Question: When can creative ideas solve problems? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8 Rosa & Blanca Monday Morning Warm-Up Believe it or not, every problem has a solution. If you think of a creative idea today, you can solve a problem tomorrow! When can creative ideas solve problems?

9 Rosa & Blanca Monday Morning Warm-Up Believe it or not, every problem has a solution. If you think of a creative idea today, you can solve a problem tomorrow! When can creative ideas solve problems?

10 Today we will learn about:   Amazing Words   Long i: i, ie, igh, y   Theme and Plot   Verbs

11 Rosa and Blanca Amazing Words

12 abundant a – bun – dant a – bun – dant Abundant means more than enough or plenty.Abundant means more than enough or plenty. If you have more food than you need, you have an abundant amount of food.If you have more food than you need, you have an abundant amount of food. We found an abundant supply of wood for the campfire.We found an abundant supply of wood for the campfire.

13 assist as -sist as -sist If you assist someone, you help him or her do something.If you assist someone, you help him or her do something. Our teacher likes us to assist him in passing out papers.Our teacher likes us to assist him in passing out papers. We always assist the coach after the games by bringing all the balls and bats and other equipment to him.We always assist the coach after the games by bringing all the balls and bats and other equipment to him.

14 generous gen – er – ous gen – er – ous A generous person shares with other people and is unselfish.A generous person shares with other people and is unselfish. It was generous of you to give so much time to the project.It was generous of you to give so much time to the project. People were very generous to those who lost their homes in the flood.People were very generous to those who lost their homes in the flood.

15 Click to listen to a song about friends that share with one another.

16 Long i: i, ie, igh, y bike hide What do you know about reading these words? When you see i-consonant-e, the i says its name, and the e is silent. Today we’ll learn about other spellings for long i.

17 ice cream CVCe-When a word has a vowel-consonant- silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound. – mice – pile When y ends a single-syllable word, it usually has the long i sound. – sky – my CV,CV/C- When a single vowel ends a word or a syllable, it usually has the long sound. –Final – wild CVVC – When two vowels are together in a word or syllable the first usually has the long sound and the second is silent. – tie – dried When i is followed by gh, the i usually has the long sound and the gh is silent. – high – night

18 Long i: i, ie, igh, y wild Sometimes i stands for long i. spider tie fly high

19 Long i: i, ie, igh, y find pilot title die lie shy sly tight might

20 Long i: i, ie, igh, y bright child why die sigh cry lie lilac

21 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i

22 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i think

23 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild think

24 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly think

25 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly think pitcher

26 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly think pitcher mint

27 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries think pitcher mint

28 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight think pitcher mint

29 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight kind think pitcher mint

30 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight kind think pitcher mint stick

31 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight kind tried think pitcher mint stick

32 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight kind tried nylon think pitcher mint stick

33 Long and Short i think, mild, fly, pitcher, mint, fries, flight, kind, stick, tried, nylon, thigh Long i Short i mild fly fries flight kind tried nylon thigh think pitcher mint stick

34 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy

35 iieighy fries

36 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild fries

37 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild fries flight

38 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild fries flight thigh

39 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild fries flight thigh fly

40 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild kind fries flight thigh fly

41 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild kind fries flight thigh fly nylon

42 Long i Long i fries, mild, flight, thigh, fly, kind, nylon, tried iieighy mild kind fries tried flight thigh fly nylon

43 Long i find squint dirt wild spin dried kind chime whirl writing trick why cycle spine birth

44 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

45 Word Family Rhymes - but ConsonantsDigraphs Blends cut gut hut jut nut put rut shut

46 Word Family Rhymes - but cut cutgut gut gut hut hut jut nut rut

47 Word Family Rhymes - paid ConsonantsDigraphs Blends laid maid raid braid

48 Word Family Rhymes - paid maid maid raid raid braid

49 Let’s Talk About Creative Ideas

50

51 Theme and Plot What happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story is the plot. Every story has one big idea which is the theme. Good readers pay attention to what happens and the order in which it happens. (plot) Then they think what they learned to help them understand the big idea of a story. (theme)

52 Read-Aloud The Heavy Cart

53 Daily Fix-It tt here is a speider in a web There is a spider in a web. did you friten it Did you frighten it?

54 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future A verb tells what someone or something does. A verb can show something that happens now, in the past, or in the future.

55 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Today Chris plays the piano. Today Chris plays the piano. (present) Yesterday Chris played the piano. Yesterday Chris played the piano. (past) Tomorrow Chris will play the piano. Tomorrow Chris will play the piano. (future)

56 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Chris started piano lesson three years ago. Chris started piano lessons three years ago. Today he practices all morning.

57 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future His sister dances to the music. Their mother smiles at her children. Next year they will attend music camp.

58 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future started, practices, dances, smiles, will attend NowPastFuture

59 NowPastFuture started

60 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future started, practices, dances, smiles, will attend NowPastFuture practices started

61 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future started, practices, dances, smiles, will attend NowPastFuture practices dances started

62 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future started, practices, dances, smiles, will attend NowPastFuture practices dances smiles started

63 Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future Grammar: Verbs for the Past, Present, and the Future started, practices, dances, smiles, will attend NowPastFuture practices dances smiles started will attend

64 Wrap Up the Day ! Long I wordsLong I words Theme and PlotTheme and Plot Let’s Talk About It!Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow we will read about two sisters who find creative ways to show how much they care about each other.Tomorrow we will read about two sisters who find creative ways to show how much they care about each other.

65 Rosa & Blanca Monday Journal Topic Write about a time when you were generous.

66 Rosa & Blanca Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Friends can have a problem today that might be solved tomorrow. Do you believe that can be true?

67 Rosa & Blanca Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Friends can have a problem today that might be solved tomorrow. Do you believe that can be true?

68 Today we will learn about:   Amazing Words   Long i: i, ie, igh, y   Theme and Plot   Predict   High-Frequency Words   Vocabulary Words   Verbs for present, past, and future

69 Rosa and Blanca Amazing Words

70 dismay dis – may dis – may Dismay is a feeling of deep disappointment and fear.Dismay is a feeling of deep disappointment and fear. The three farmers felt great dismay when they realized the mice were eating their corn.The three farmers felt great dismay when they realized the mice were eating their corn. I felt dismay when I was afraid I didn’t pass the test.I felt dismay when I was afraid I didn’t pass the test.

71 efficient ef – fic – ient ef – fic – ient An efficient person gets things done without wasting time or energy.An efficient person gets things done without wasting time or energy. In the story, the fat cat was the most efficient mouse catcher of all.In the story, the fat cat was the most efficient mouse catcher of all. You can be efficient when you do your homework if you have everything you need before you start.You can be efficient when you do your homework if you have everything you need before you start.

72 beam beam beam When you beam, you smile in a very happy way.When you beam, you smile in a very happy way. Jill beamed when she won the contest.Jill beamed when she won the contest. The first snowfall of the year had all the kids beaming.The first snowfall of the year had all the kids beaming.

73 Read-Aloud The Farmer Smart’s Fat Cat

74 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

75 Word Family Rhymes - bread ConsonantsDigraphs Blends dead head lead read dread stead tread

76 Word Family Rhymes - bread homestead homestead head lead lead tread tread

77 Long i: i, ie, igh, y highlight You can read this word because you know how to read words with long i spelled igh. 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.

78 Long i: i, ie, igh, y myself died tigers remind lied firefly upright grind tied reply delight

79 Click to listen to “So Much Pie!”

80 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y Find the words with a long i in “So Much Pie!” pie my high lie find child mind

81 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy

82 iieighy find

83 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find bright

84 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find bright spy

85 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find pie bright spy

86 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find pie lie bright spy

87 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild pie lie bright spy

88 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger pie lie bright spy

89 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger pie lie bright flight spy

90 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger pie lie bright flight right spy

91 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger pie lie bright flight right spy July

92 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie bright flight right spy July

93 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie bright flight right high spy July

94 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie bright flight right high spy July hydrant

95 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie bright flight right high spy July hydrant cycle

96 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie die bright flight right high spy July hydrant cycle

97 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Long i: i, ie, igh, y find, bright, spy, pie, lie, wild, tiger, flight, right, July, cider, high, hydrant, cycle, die, tieiieighy find wild tiger cider pie lie die tie bright flight right high spy July hydrant cycle

98 Long i: i, ie, igh, y I saw the birds fly in the bright sky. Can you identify the right spider? The child wanted to see the arrival of the flight.

99 Theme and Plot The theme of a story is the big idea behind the story. You can think about what you learned from a story to figure out the big idea. The plot is what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of the story. As you read, think about the big idea of the story. Keep track of the order of events as they happen in a story.

100 Predict We can tell what we think will happen next in a story based on what has already happened and what we know about life. When you read a story, think about the characters in the story. Use what you know about them to guess what they might do next. Use what you know about life to predict what they might do next.

101 Rosa & Blanca High-Frequency Words alone many buy their daughters youngest half

102 High-Frequency Words Review their whole alone laughed half poor many loved buy another daughters were youngest house

103 Rosa & Blanca Vocabulary Words tortillas luckiest chiles Amazing Words abundant assist generous dismay efficient beam forever situation

104 Vocabulary Words luckiest – having more luck and good fortune than anyone else tortillas – thin, round cakes made of corn meal that are served hot chiles – a hot pepper that is used as seasoning (picture)picture

105 tortillas & chiles

106 Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words chilies, tortillas, luckiest Mama made a plate of ____ for lunch. Mama made a plate of tortillas for lunch. I am the _____ boy alive to have so many! I am the luckiest boy alive to have so many!

107 Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words chilies, tortillas, luckiest I like to eat the hot ____ too. I like to eat the hot chiles too.

108 Daily Fix-It a small childe look at the sky A small child looked at the sky. tomorrow the day be brite. Tomorrow the day will be bright.

109 Verbs for Past, Present, and Future Verbs are words that show action. Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future. – –We plant the tomatoes. What endings do we use when we talk about the past? – –We planted the tomatoes. What verb do we add when we talk about the future? – –We will plant the tomatoes.

110 Verbs for Past, Present, and Future Tomorrow I will pick out vegetables at the market. Yesterday I _____ out vegetables at the market. Today I ____ vegetables at the market.

111 Wrap Up Your Day! High-Frequency WordsHigh-Frequency Words PredictPredict Let’s Talk About It!Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow we will hear a read aloud about how other characters use creative ideas to solve problems.Tomorrow we will hear a read aloud about how other characters use creative ideas to solve problems.

112 Rosa & Blanca Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a problem you have at school and describe an unusual way to solve it.

113 Rosa & Blanca Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Farmer Smart sighed. “At night the mice eat my corn. Then they hide. It’s time to teach them that the corn is mine!” What are some ways we can teach each other things?

114 Rosa & Blanca Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Farmer Smart sighed. “At night the mice eat my corn. Then they hide. It’s time to teach them that the corn is mine!” What are some ways we can teach each other things?

115 Today we will learn about:   Amazing Words   Compound Words   Long i   High-Frequency Words   Vocabulary Words   Verbs for present, past, and future

116 Rosa and Blanca Amazing Words

117 forever for – ever for – ever Forever means never ending or always.Forever means never ending or always. Sometimes I feel like we’ve lived here forever.Sometimes I feel like we’ve lived here forever. Nobody can be young forever.Nobody can be young forever.

118 situation sit – u – a – tion sit – u – a – tion A situation is an act or happening or condition.A situation is an act or happening or condition. When you study a situation, you try to figure out what is going on.When you study a situation, you try to figure out what is going on. The car accident was a dangerous situation.The car accident was a dangerous situation.

119 Read-Aloud The Farmer Smart’s Fat Cat

120 Compound Words driveway Compound words are made up of two smaller words. What words make up driveway? schoolyard everything bathtub raindrop

121 Rosa & Blanca High-Frequency Words alone many buy their daughters youngest half

122 High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words many, half, buy, daughters, youngest, alone, their I like to sit all ____ in my bedroom and read. alone We will go over to ___ house after school. their We will ___ milk at the store. buy

123 High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words many, half, buy, daughters, youngest, alone, their I am the ___ of three children. youngest They have one son and two ____. daughters Dad cut my sandwich in ____. half How ___ cats do you have? many

124 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

125 Word Family Rhymes - fried ConsonantsDigraphs Blends tied cried dried pried spied tried

126 Word Family Rhymes - fried tied tied cried cried dried dried pried

127 Daily Fix-It i wants to finde the right seeds I want to find the right seeds. me sister wi’ll plant them My sister will plant them.

128 Verbs for Past, Present, and Future Verbs are words that show action. Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future. last year – played tag now – play softball next year – will learn to swim

129 Wrap Up Your Day! Theme and PlotTheme and Plot FluencyFluency Let’s Talk About It!Let’s Talk About It! Tomorrow we will read a story about a thirsty crow with a creative idea.Tomorrow we will read a story about a thirsty crow with a creative idea.

130 Rosa & Blanca Wednesday Journal Topic Use at least one word from another language in sentences about Rosa and Blanca.

131 Rosa & Blanca Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a thirsty crow. She must find water to consume. But it is hard for her to reach the water in the pitcher. She has a shrewd idea. What do you think she will do?

132 Rosa & Blanca Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a thirsty crow. She must find water to consume. But it is hard for her to reach the water in the pitcher. She has a shrewd idea. What do you think she will do?

133 Today we will learn about:   Long i   Verbs for present, past, and future

134 Rosa & Blanca Vocabulary Words tortillas luckiest chiles Amazing Words abundant assist generous dismay efficient beam forever situation

135 Read-Aloud Wiley and the Hairy Man

136 Sentence Reading It has been a mild winter with light snow and no ice. Did you finally locate the bright white tile at the store today? I believe it is time to donate rice to the food drive.

137 Sentence Reading The child cried when he caught a cold and had a high fever. I don’t know whatever happened to the spider that tried to catch the fly. Mike might have time tomorrow to fix my broken boat.

138 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

139 Word Family Rhymes - street ConsonantsDigraphs Blends beet feet meet sheet fleet greet sleet sweet

140 Word Family Rhymes - street beet feet feetgreetsweet sheet sheetmusic bed bed sheets sheets fleet fleet sleet sleet

141 The Crow and the Pitcher Pages

142 Daily Fix-It hour yard has a birdbath Our yard has a birdbath. now Birds stopped to drink Now birds stop to drink.

143 Verbs for Past, Present, and Future Verbs are words that show action. Verbs change when we talk about now, the past, or the future. I whirled across the stage. (past) I whirl across the stage. (present) I will whirl across the stage. (future)

144 Wrap Up Your Day! Making Connections Let’s Talk About It! Today you heard a story about a boy who overcomes his fear. Tomorrow we will hear about Wiley and the Hairy Man again.

145 Rosa & Blanca Thursday Journal Topic List ways you can assist someone.

146 Rosa & Blanca Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about Wiley, Rosa and Blanca, and Farmer Smart. They all had problems to solve. When can a creative idea solve a problem?

147 Today we will learn about:   Amazing Words   Long i: i, ie, igh, y   High-Frequency Words   Vocabulary Words   Verbs for present, past, and future

148 Read-Aloud Wiley and the Hairy Man

149 Long i: i, ie, igh, y The child flies the kite high in the sky. Dad ate a slice of pie.

150 Long i: i, ie, igh, y Why did you park your bike by the hydrant? He tried to run a mile twice last week.

151 Rosa & Blanca Vocabulary Words tortillas luckiest chiles Amazing Words abundant assist generous dismay efficient beam forever situation

152 Rosa & Blanca High-Frequency Words alone many buy their daughters youngest half

153 High-Frequency Words half, their, daughters, buy, alone, many, youngest How ____ students are in your class? many The ___ child is two years old. youngest I will drink only ___ a glass of milk. half

154 High-Frequency Words half, their, daughters, buy, alone, many, youngest I sat ___ in the woods and watched the animals. alone Max is ___ dog. their I want to save my money so I can ___ skates. buy Mom read a tale about three ____. daughters

155 Rosa & Blanca Word Wall Words but paid bread fried street Spelling Words find spider child cry sky blind bright myself wild frighten fly arrival right identify flight

156 Daily Fix-It i helped Mom made a mail box I helped Mom make a mailbox. now Her mail stayed dry Now her mail stays dry.

157 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About It!.Next week you will read about a man who thought of new ways to help others.

158 Rosa & Blanca Friday Journal Topic Write a story about a very abundant garden.

159 APT Plus Password Required European Folk Tales: Volume 06: The Laughing Mirror / Katalina and Katalin / The Seven Flames [33:30]

160 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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