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1 How can we contribute to a celebration? 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 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Vocabulary Words Thanksgiving hooves riverbank lumbered Amazing Words dine holiday participate decorate banquet flare glimmer whispery

5 A Turkey for Thanksgiving High Frequency Words everybody sorry promise minute brought behind door

6 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

7 Big Question: How can we contribute to a celebration? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

8 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Monday Morning Warm-Up Holidays are a pleasant time when people gather together to celebrate. How can we contribute to a celebration?

9 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Monday Morning Warm-Up Holidays are a pleasant time when people gather together to celebrate. How can we contribute to a celebration?

10 Today we will learn about: Amazing Words Long a: a, ai, ay Drawing conclusions Possessive Nouns

11 Turkey for Thanksgiving Amazing Words

12 dine When you dine, you eat dinner. We dined on a huge turkey on Thanksgiving Day. We will dine on hot dogs and potato salad at the picnic.

13 holiday hol – i – day A holiday is a day when people celebrate something special. Thanksgiving is a holiday for people in the United States. The 4 th of July is the holiday when we celebrate the birth of our country.

14 participate par – tic – i - pate When you participate in something, you join in. The girls always participate in soccer. Gwen wants to participate in the singing contest.

15 Click to listen to the song.

16 Long a: a, ai, ay late What do you know about reading this word? late Today we’ll learn about ai and ay words that also stand for the long a sound.

17 apron CVCe-When a word has a vowel- consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound. – make – race – plate CVVC-When two vowels appear together in a word or syllable, the first usually stands for its long sound and the second is silent. – braid – nail – train CVV –The letters ay usually stand for the long a sound. – day – play –stay CV – When a word or a syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long. – paper – baby – label

18 Long a: a, ai, ay laid When the letters ai are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the i is silent. –“When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

19 Long a: a, ai, ay stay When the letters ay are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the y is silent. –“When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

20 Long a: a, ai, ay You can blend longer words with the long a by dividing them into smaller chunks, or syllables. When a word or syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. –today

21 Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. snail gray braid clay sprain sway paint

22 Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. aim hay claim stay gain way faint

23 Long a: a, ai, ay Building Words a – i – o b – d – n r – t - y

24 Word Reading rain bake away say claim crack pail maze stain fray race parched afraid sway match

25 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

26 Word Family Word – nice (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends dice mice rice price slice spice

27 Word Family Word – nice dice spiceslice mice rice

28 Word Family Word – ride (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends hide side tide wide chide bride glide slide snide stride

29 Word Family Word – ride hide tide bride stride slideglide

30 Let Talk About Working Together!

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32 Draw Conclusions To draw conclusions, we use what we know about real life and what we read to figure out more about the characters and what happens in the story. Good readers ask themselves if their conclusions make sense.

33 Read-Aloud Happy’s Holiday

34 Daily Fix-It The dog had pant on his tal. The dog had paint on his tail. he wantted to wash it awae. He wanted to wash it away.

35 Possessive Nouns Plural nouns name more than one person, place, animal, or thing. Some nouns change spelling when they become plural.

36 Possessive Nouns A noun that shows who or what owns something is a possessive noun. To show ownership, add an apostrophe (’) and –s when the noun is singular. –the turkey’s tail (one turkey, singular)

37 Possessive Nouns Add just an apostrophe (’) when the noun is plural. –The rabbits’ tails (more than one rabbit, plural)

38 Possessive Nouns Happy the Dog’s party was fun! All of his friend’s food was very good. All of his friends’ food was very good. Hermans’ belly was full after dinner. Herman’s belly was full after dinner.

39 Possessive Nouns head of one horse horse’s head legs of two goats goats’ legs mane of one lion lion’s mane dinner of several animals animals’ dinner

40 Wrap Up Your Day! Long a: a, ai, ay Draw Conclusions Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about a group of animals who are celebrating Thanksgiving.

41 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Monday Journal Topic List friends you would like to dine with.

42 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a holiday celebration. We will read about what a group of animals does on Thanksgiving day. What do you usually do on Thanksgiving?

43 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a holiday celebration. We will read about what a group of animals does on Thanksgiving day. What do you usually do on Thanksgiving?

44 Today we will learn about: Amazing Words Long a: a, ai, ay Drawing conclusions Visualizing High-Frequency Words Vocabulary Words Possessive Nouns

45 Turkey for Thanksgiving Amazing Words

46 decorate dec – o –rate When you decorate, you make it as pretty as you can. My mom decorated my birthday cake with baseballs made of frosting. We decorated the Thanksgiving dinner table with little turkeys we made out of paper.

47 banquet ban - quet A banquet is a very special dinner. Our school held a special banquet in the gym for all the parents. There was an awards banquet at the end of the season for all the teams.

48 flare When something flares, it flames or lights briefly and unsteadily. The campfire flare up before it went out. Dad struck a match to light the birthday candles, and they flared up quickly.

49 Read-Aloud My First Chinese New Year

50 Long a: a, ai, ay claim You can read this word because you know how to read words with the long a sound. Which letters makes the long a sound in claim?

51 Long a: a, ai, ay When the letters ay or ai are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the i or y is silent. –“When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

52 Long a: a, ai, ay detail birthday afraid haystack remain crayon explain maybe obtain

53 Long a: a, ai, ay Pick out the words with a long a sound in “A Party Plan.” say paper lazy Ray mail invitations Gail

54 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay

55 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay play

56 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay play spray

57 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail play spray

58 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail play spray hay

59 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist play spray hay

60 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist braid play spray hay

61 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist braid play spray hay today

62 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist braid paint play spray hay today

63 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist braid paint stain play spray hay today

64 Long a: a, ai, ay play, spray, mail, hay, waist, braid, today, paint, stain, away aiay mail waist braid paint stain play spray hay today away

65 Long a: a, ai, ay Will you stay and paint today? Did you say we will raise the tray? I can’t wait to play over the holiday.

66 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

67 Word Family Word – quit (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bit fit hit kit lit mit nit pit sit wit zit knit skit slit spit

68 Word Family Word – quit bit kit mit skit slit nit pit zitknit spit

69 Draw Conclusions Drawing conclusions means using what you know about real life and what you read to figure out something about the characters and what happens in a story. As you read, look for clues that will help you draw sensible conclusions. Think about what you know in real life to help you draw conclusions about the story you’re reading.

70 Visualize When you visualize something, you can picture it in your mind. Paying attention to how something is described can help readers to imagine it and understand what they read. Ask yourself these questions as you read “A Turkey for Thanksgiving.” –How can I picture what is happening as I read? –What do the pictures in my mind remind me of? –What words help me imagine what is being described?

71 A Turkey for Thanksgiving High Frequency Words everybody sorry promise minute brought behind door

72 High-Frequency Words door sorry want behind everybody friends brought won’t minute saw show promise paper straight

73 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Vocabulary Words Thanksgiving hooves riverbank lumbered

74 Vocabulary Words Thanksgiving – a holiday for giving thanksThanksgiving hooves – the hard bottom part of the feet of animals such as moose, deer, horses, and sheep (one hoof)hooves riverbank – the rising ground beside a riverriverbank lumbered – moved slowly and awkwardly Next slide

75 Thanksgiving

76 hooves

77 riverbank

78 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after __________ dinner.

79 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after Thanksgiving dinner. We heard cows’ ______ behind us.

80 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after Thanksgiving dinner. We heard cows’ hooves behind us. I ran up the ____ as fast as I could.

81 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after Thanksgiving dinner. We heard cows’ hooves behind us. I ran up the riverbank as fast as I could. My old dog ______ out of their way just in time.

82 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after Thanksgiving dinner. We heard cows’ hooves behind us. I ran up the riverbank as fast as I could. My old dog ______ out of their way just in time.

83 Vocabulary Words My old dog and I went for a hike after Thanksgiving dinner. We heard cows’ hooves behind us. I ran up the riverbank as fast as I could. My old dog lumbered out of their way just in time.

84 Daily Fix-It the dog askked the cat for help? The dog asked the cat for help. the cat told the dog to wat. The cat told the dog to wait.

85 Possessive Nouns A noun that shows who or what owns something is a possessive noun. To show ownership, add an apostrophe and –s when the noun is singular. Add just an apostrophe when the noun is plural.

86 Wrap Up Your Day! High Frequency Words Visualize Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about a celebration from another country.

87 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Tuesday Journal Topic Write about your favorite holiday.

88 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Chinese New Year. Everyone in the family contributes to the celebration. How have you contributed to your family celebrations?

89 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Chinese New Year. Everyone in the family contributes to the celebration. How have you contributed to your family celebrations?

90 Today we will learn about: Amazing Words Plurals Long a: a, ai, ay High Frequency Words Similes Possessive Nouns

91 Turkey for Thanksgiving Amazing Words

92 glimmer glim - mer A glimmer is an unsteady light. Something that glimmers shines with an unsteady light. Stars twinkled and glimmered in the dark night sky. I saw a glimmer of light down the path.

93 whispery whis – per - y When something is whispery, it sounds like a whisper with a soft, rustling sound. The blowing snow was whispery against the windows. The wind was whispery in the dead leaves of the tree.

94 Read-Aloud My First Chinese New Year

95 Plurals noses ditches bunnies You can read these words because you know how to read plurals –s, -es, -ies. You can cover the ending, read the base word, and then blend the base word and the ending to read the whole word.

96 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies

97 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note

98 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note notes

99 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady notes

100 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady notes ladies

101 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch notes ladies

102 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch notes bunches ladies

103 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch notes bunches ladies

104 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch notes bunches batches ladies

105 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope notes bunches batches ladies

106 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope notes hopes bunches batches ladies

107 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby notes hopes bunches batches ladies

108 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby notes hopes bunches batches ladies babies

109 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby hand notes hopes bunches batches ladies babies

110 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby hand notes hopes hands bunches batches ladies babies

111 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby hand box notes hopes hands bunches batches ladies babies

112 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby hand box notes hopes hands bunches batches boxes ladies babies

113 Plurals Base word-s-es-ies note lady bunch batch hope baby hand box notes hopes hands bunches batches boxes ladies babies

114 A Turkey for Thanksgiving High Frequency Words everybody sorry promise minute brought behind door

115 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the _____.

116 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be ____!” she joked.

117 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be sorry!” she joked. “Don’t worry, Mom. I ____ not to peek.”

118 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be sorry!” she joked. “Don’t worry, Mom. I promise not to peek.” Mom was gone for only a minute. Then she came back into the room. She held something ____ her back.

119 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be sorry!” she joked. “Don’t worry, Mom. I promise not to peek.” Mom was gone for only a minute. Then she came back into the room. She held something behind her back. “I ____ you something from the pet store,” said Mom.

120 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be sorry!” she joked. “Don’t worry, Mom. I promise not to peek.” Mom was gone for only a minute. Then she came back into the room. She held something behind her back. “I brought you something from the pet store,” said Mom. Mia opened her eyes. “A new puppy!” she squealed. “Let’s go show ____!”

121 High-Frequency Words everybody, brought, behind, promise, sorry, minute, door “I have a surprise for you!” said Mom as she walked through the door. “Close your eyes. “If you peek, you’ll be sorry!” she joked. “Don’t worry, Mom. I promise not to peek.” Mom was gone for only a minute. Then she came back into the room. She held something behind her back. “I brought you something from the pet store,” said Mom. Mia opened her eyes. “A new puppy!” she squealed. “Let’s go show everybody!”

122 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

123 Word Family Word – joke (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends poke woke choke broke cloke smoke spoke stoke stroke

124 Word Family Word – joke poke choke brokecloke smoke spoke stoke

125 Vocabulary: Similes The story used descriptive writing to help readers picture different characters and scenes. One type of descriptive writing in the story is the use of similes, or comparisons between two unlike things using the words like or as.

126 Vocabulary: Similes Mr. Moose’s smile was as bright as the sun. Turkey cried like a baby. Sheep was farther up the hillside, looking round as a fur ball in his winter coat. Above them a crow hung, black as a puff of wood smoke.

127 Daily Fix-It the cat find the sop. The cat found the soap. sh’es a smat cat. She’s a smart cat.

128 Possessive Nouns Possessive nouns show ownership. bike of one girl one girl’s bike books of two boys two boys’ books

129 Wrap Up Your Day! Draw Conclusions Read Silently with Fluency Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will listen to a story about a boy whose friends contribute to his birthday celebration.

130 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a holiday celebration.

131 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Thursday Morning Warm-Up We can read books when we want to learn something new. What other ways can we learn about things?

132 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Thursday Morning Warm-Up We can read books when we want to learn something new. What other ways can we learn about things?

133 Today we will learn about: Long a: a, ai, ay Possessive Nouns Make Introductions

134 Read-Aloud The Blizzard

135 Sentence Reading I was scared when I got lost in the park and forgot my way back to May’s quaint farm. Each day I shall wait by the sign to watch the birds perch on the birdbath. Today I wait for the daily train with all the people. One day I will probably be an artist or ride horses. During the holidays I bought a purse, a shirt, and a darling skirt. When the day is pleasant, I sit on the porch before dark.

136 Long a: a, ai, ay When the letters ay or ai are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the i or y is silent. –“When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

137 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

138 Word Family Word – jump (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bump dump hump lump pump rump clump slump stump

139 Word Family Word – jump dump hump lump clump pump rump slump stump

140 Thanksgiving USA Pages

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143 Daily Fix-It she washed the dogs tail. She washed the dog’s tail. that mad him happy That made him happy.

144 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive?

145 ears of one dog

146 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog dog’s ears

147 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats dog’s ears

148 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats dog’s ears cats’ tails

149 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats shirt of one boy dog’s ears cats’ tails

150 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats shirt of one boy dog’s ears cats’ tails boy’s shirt

151 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats shirt of one boy dogs of two girls dog’s ears cats’ tails boy’s shirt

152 Possessive Nouns What does a possessive noun do? How do you make a noun possessive? ears of one dog tails of two cats shirt of one boy dogs of two girls dog’s ears cats’ tails boy’s shirt girls’ dogs

153 Make Introductions When you are talking with others, use a pleasant tone and listen carefully. When you introduce people who have never met before, you should include their names and how you know them. If I want to introduce Jack and Jill, I’ll say, “Jack, this is my friend Jill. Jill, this is my friend Jack.” Remember to make eye contact and speak directly to the listener.

154 Wrap Up Your Day! Text to Self Let’s Talk About It We heard a story about a boy who gets to celebrate his birthday with everyone from school. Tomorrow we will hear about Billy and his birthday celebration again.

155 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Thursday Journal Topic Write about a special holiday.

156 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about many celebrations. Thanksgiving, Chinese New Year, and birthdays are all things to celebrate. How can we add to a celebration?

157 Today we will learn about: Long a: a, ai, ay High-Frequency Words Vocabulary Words Possessive Nouns

158 Read-Aloud The Blizzard

159 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Vocabulary Words Thanksgiving hooves riverbank lumbered Amazing Words dine holiday participate decorate banquet flare glimmer whispery

160 Long a: a, ai, ay Mom paid the bills and put them in the mail today.

161 Long a: a, ai, ay Mom paid the bills and put them in the mail today. I like the quaint painting of the home by the bay.

162 Long a: a, ai, ay Mom paid the bills and put them in the mail today. I like the quaint painting of the home by the bay. The snail makes a trail as it inches its way along the sand.

163 Long a: a, ai, ay Mom paid the bills and put them in the mail today. I like the quaint painting of the home by the bay. The snail makes a trail as it inches its way along the sand. It is a gray day because of the rain.

164 Long a: a, ai, ay Mom paid the bills and put them in the mail today. I like the quaint painting of the home by the bay. The snail makes a trail as it inches its way along the sand. It is a gray day because of the rain.

165 A Turkey for Thanksgiving High Frequency Words everybody sorry promise minute brought behind door

166 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, ______

167 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, ______

168 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, _______

169 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, door all, everyone, _______

170 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, door all, everyone, everybody second, hour, ________

171 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, door all, everyone, everybody second, hour, minute above, in front, _________

172 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, door all, everyone, everybody second, hour, minute above, in front, behind vow, pledge, _________

173 High-Frequency Words door, promise, sorry, everybody, behind, minute, brought forgive, regret, sorry bring, bringing, brought knob, lock, door all, everyone, everybody second, hour, minute above, in front, behind vow, pledge, promise

174 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Word Wall Words nice ride quit joke jump Spelling Words tail paint main stay wait today say tray away holiday play daily raise raisin brain

175 Daily Fix-It it wasnt’ long befoe they left. It wasn’t long before they left. what fune they had. What fun they had!

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

177 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Friday Journal Topic List activities during a holiday.

178 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Related Links Thanksgiving on Brain Pop Flood Game Silly Turkey Starfall Similes and Metaphors Brain Pop Where's Buster? United Streaming Video Holiday Facts and Fun: ThanksgivingWhere's Buster? United Streaming Video Holiday Facts and Fun: Thanksgiving When Two Vowels Go Walking Video clip Between the Lions Crossword Puzzle Long a words Long a words Picture Hunt Starfall

179 APTPlus Videos (Password Required) Holiday Facts and Fun: Thanksgiving [12:28] Animated Hero Classics: William Bradford: The First Thanksgiving [27:43] U.S. Celebrations [13:00] Plymouth Plantation [15:00]

180 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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