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1 When should we work together? When should we work alone?

2 Small Groups Timer

3 Bremen Town Musicians Vocabulary Words l mill l musician l excitement l robbers l monsters Amazing Words l partnership l solution l survival l miserable l struggle l depend l familiar l insist

4 Bremen Town Musicians High Frequency Words l people l sign l bought l scared l probably l shall l pleasant

5 Bremen Town Musicians Spelling Words l note switch l notes switches l lunch baby l lunches babies l story crumbs l stories supplies l tune centuries l tunes Word Wall Words l bought l people l pleasant l probably l scared l shall l sign

6 Big Question: When should we work together? When should we work alone? l Monday Monday l Tuesday Tuesday l Wednesday Wednesday l Thursday Thursday l Friday Friday

7 Bremen Town Musicians Monday Morning Warm-Up Sometimes we need help when we’re working toward a goal or trying to solve a problem. When should we work together? When should we work alone?

8 Bremen Town Musicians Monday Morning Warm-Up Sometimes we need help when we’re working toward a goal or trying to solve a problem. When should we work together? When should we work alone?

9 Today we will learn about:  new amazing words,  plurals,  author’s purpose,  plural nouns that change spelling

10 Bremen Town Musicians Amazing Words

11 partnership l l part – ner – ship l l A partnership happens when two or more people become partners and join together to share something. l l My best friend and I have a real partnership—we do everything together. l l The partnership of those people has lasted for many years.

12 solution l l so – lu - tion l l A solution is the process of solving a problem. l l The solution to that problem took a long time. l l Mom came up with the solution by promising to drive me to the game.

13 survival l l sur – vi - val l l Survival means the act of living on or of surviving. l l The survival of the people in that fire depended on the firefighters. l l Survival in a harsh place like the desert is difficult.

14 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l flagged - skating l Both these words have a base word, an ending, and a spelling change. l Today you’ll learn about endings for plurals, words that mean “more than one.”

15 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l stars - wishes l l To make words mean “more than one,” the ending –s or –es is added. l l The ending –s is added to most words; -es is added to words that end in sh, ch, tch, s, ss, or x.

16 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l city - cities l l If a word ends in a consonant followed by a y, you will change the y to an i and add -es.

17 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l patches l l dishes l l boxes l l pennies l l farms l l ranches l l buddies l l glasses l parties l lunches l messes l foxes l skirts l candies l sashes l bodies l ponies

18 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies baby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy -s-es-ies

19 Plurals –s, -es, -ies baby, expert, bench, scratch, lady, basket, order, buddy, kiss, dancer, circus, candy -s-es-ies babies

20 -s-es-ies expertsbabies

21 -s-es-ies expertsbenchesbabies

22 -s-es-ies expertsbenchesscratchesbabies

23 -s-es-ies expertsbenchesscratchesbabiesladies

24 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsbenchesscratchesbabiesladies

25 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersbenchesscratchesbabiesladies

26 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersbenchesscratchesbabiesladiesbuddies

27 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersbenchesscratcheskissesbabiesladiesbuddies

28 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersdancersbenchesscratcheskissesbabiesladiesbuddies

29 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersdancersbenchesscratcheskissescircusesbabiesladiesbuddies

30 -s-es-ies expertsbasketsordersdancersbenchesscratcheskissescircusesbabiesladiesbuddiescandies

31 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l mixes l l corners l l germs l l hitches l l stories l l roses l l dishes l l perches l centers l lilies l armies l gerbils l puppies l buses l cents

32 Let Talk About Working Together!

33 Author’s Purpose l l An author has a reason for writing. l l An author can write to inform or explain something. l l An author can write to entertain. l l An author can write to describe something. l l An author can write to convince the reader to think or act in a certain way.

34 The Mango Tree

35 Daily Fix-It the donkey didnt have any food The donkey didn’t have any food. he mised his lunchs He missed his lunches.

36 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling A singular noun names one person, place, animal, or thing. A plural noun names more than one person, place, animal, or thing. Some nouns change spelling to name more than one.

37 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling l l man l l men l l leaf l l leaves l l tooth l l teeth l l woman l l women l l wife l l wives l child l children l foot l feet l mouse l mice l goose l geese l loaf l loaves

38 Bremen Town Musicians Monday Bremen Town Musicians Monday Journal Topic Write about why partnerships are important.

39 Bremen Town Musicians Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about some animals traveling to Bremen Town. We will read about how and why they work together. When have you worked with others?

40 Bremen Town Musicians Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about some animals traveling to Bremen Town. We will read about how and why they work together. When have you worked with others?

41 Today we will learn about:  new amazing words,  plurals,  author’s purpose,  story structure,  high-frequency words,  vocabulary, and  plural nouns that change spelling

42 Bremen Town Musicians Amazing Words

43 miserable l l mis – er – a – ble l l If you are miserable, you are very, very unhappy. Something that is miserable causes great unhappiness. l l Pat was miserable about missing school that day. l l Sally has a miserable cold.

44 struggle l l strug – gle l l If you struggle, you work hard to do something difficult. If you have a struggle, you have some very hard work to get something done. l l The swimmer struggled hard against the big waves. l l It is a struggle for me to save money from my allowance.

45 depend l l de – pend l l When you depend on someone or something, you count on or trust that person or thing. l l I depend on my alarm clock to wake me up in the morning. l l A kitten depends on its mother for food and protection.

46 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l To make most words plural, you will add an –s. l l If the word ends in with sh, ch, tch, ss, s, or x, you will add an –es. l l If the word ends with one consonant and a y, change the y to an i and add –es.

47 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l buddies l l jobs l l hours l l dishes l l supplies l l classmates l l messes l l lunches l l chores

48 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies

49 -s-es-ies dishes

50 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies dishesbuddies

51 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobsdishesbuddies

52 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours dishesbuddies

53 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours dishes messes buddies

54 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours dishes messes buddies supplies

55 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours classmates dishes messes buddies supplies

56 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours classmates chores dishes messes buddies supplies

57 Plurals –s, -es, -ies Plurals –s, -es, -ies dish, buddy, job, hour, mess, supply, classmate, chore, lunch -s-es-ies jobs hours classmates chores dishes messes lunches buddies supplies

58 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l l The tunes had many notes. l l I will read the stories to the baby. l l We did not switch lunches. l l The babies like hearing the same story.

59 Author’s Purpose l l An author has a reason for writing. l l He or she might write to explain or inform, entertain, express feelings, or convince the reader to think or act a certain way. l l As you read, ask yourself what the story is about and why the author might have written it. l l Notice if the story is funny, serious, or sad.

60 Story Structure l l Story structure is how the story is put together. l l It includes setting, plot, and characters. l l Each piece of the story is needed to make it whole. l l Paying attention to story structure as you read helps you to understand the story. l l As you read, notice where and when the story takes place. Notice who the characters are and how they act. Notice what is happening.

61 Bremen Town Musicians High Frequency Words l people l sign l bought l scared l probably l shall l pleasant

62 High-Frequency Words l l people l l friend l l sign l l love l l shall l l full l l bought l stood l probably l door l pleasant l never l scared l sure

63 Vocabulary Words l l mill – a building where grain is crushed into flour l l musician – someone who plays music l l excitement – a feeling of being very happy l l robbers – people who steal l l monsters – scary creatures

64 Grist Mills

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66 Vocabulary Words l l Donkey was tired of working at the ___. l l Donkey was tired of working at the mill. l l One day three furry ____ scared Donkey and stole all the grain. l l One day three furry monsters scared Donkey and stole all the grain.

67 Vocabulary Words l l “Oh, no! Those ___ took everything!” Donkey cried. l l “Oh, no! Those robbers took everything!” Donkey cried. l l Donkey was surprised when his owner danced with ____. l l Donkey was surprised when his owner danced with excitement.

68 Vocabulary Words l l “Now we don’t have to work, and we can become ____!” said Donkey’s owner. l l “Now we don’t have to work, and we can become musicians!” said Donkey’s owner.

69 Daily Fix-It l he at good food on the fam. l He ate good food on the farm. but he was’nt at the farm now but he was’nt at the farm now But he wasn’t at the farm now. But he wasn’t at the farm now.

70 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling l l A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. l l Some nouns change to a different word when they are made plural. l l wolf l l wolves l l man l l men

71 Bremen Town Musicians Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time when you worked closely with another person.

72 Bremen Town Musicians Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Bat. Bat is alone and sad. What might make Bat feel better?

73 Bremen Town Musicians Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Bat. Bat is alone and sad. What might make Bat feel better?

74 Today we will learn about:   new amazing words,   r-controlled er, ir, ur,   plurals,   high-frequency words,   homophones, and   plural nouns that change spelling

75 Bremen Town Musicians Amazing Words

76 familiar l l fa – mil – i – ar l l Something or someone familiar to you is well known or close to you from repeated contact. l l It was nice to be home in a familiar place after traveling. l l By the end of the year, I will be familiar with my entire class.

77 insist l l in – sist l l When you insist, you are making a demand or taking a stand. l l Mom insisted that I finish my homework before watching TV. l l Your best friend will insist that you come to her birthday party.

78 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur

79 erirur firm

80 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur firmburn

81 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herselffirmburn

82 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch firmburn

83 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch firmburn curl

84 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch firm birth burn curl

85 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk firm birth burn curl

86 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk firm birth stir burn curl

87 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk firm birth stir burn curl purse

88 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk modern firm birth stir burn curl purse

89 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk modern firm birth stir burn curl purse survive

90 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: r-Controlled er, ir, ur: firm, burn, herself, perch, curl, birth, clerk, stir, purse, modern, survive, birdbath erirur herself perch clerk modern firm birth stir birdbath burn curl purse survive

91 Bremen Town Musicians High Frequency Words l people l sign l bought l scared l probably l shall l pleasant

92 High-Frequency Words l Which is a pleasant dream—a dream about going on a picnic or a dream about a monster? l Which happens when you are scared— you smile or your heart beats quickly? l Which will probably happen—you will see a unicorn or you will see a dog?

93 High-Frequency Words l Which might be bought at a store every week—a dance or a loaf of bread? l Which will most people choose to drink—a cup of oil or a cup of water? l Which might you see on a sign— “35 miles per hour” or pictures of snowflakes? l Which is something you shall do later today—homework or grade tests?

94 Bremen Town Musicians Spelling Words l note switch l notes switches l lunch baby l lunches babies l story crumbs l stories supplies l tune centuries l tunes Word Wall Words l bought l people l pleasant l probably l scared l shall l sign

95 Homophones l A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word, but has a different meaning and is spelled differently. l The dog felt weak. l The dog walked for a week.

96 he red a dog storie he red a dog storie He read a dog stories. He read a dog stories. he new other storys too he new other storys too He knew other stories too. He knew other stories too.

97 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling A singular noun names one person, place, animal, or thing. A plural noun names more than one person, place, animal, or thing. Some nouns change spelling to name more than one.

98 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling l The mouse ate the cheese. l The mice ate the cheese. l The woman smiled. l The women smiled. l The child played on the swings. l The children played on the swings.

99 Bremen Town Musicians Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a time when you worked with someone else to accomplish something. Write about a time when you worked with someone else to accomplish something.

100 Bremen Town Musicians Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some animals work as teams. What things might an animal need help with? Today we will read about how some animals work together.

101 Bremen Town Musicians Thursday Morning Warm-Up Some animals work as teams. What things might an animal need help with? Today we will read about how some animals work together.

102 Today we will learn about:   plurals,   plural nouns that change spelling

103 Sentence Reading l I’m putting vases on a shelf above the dishes. l Don’t go toward those bushes where the puppies play. l She’ll have to spell the whole word. l They’ll dig enough holes to plant crops. l The cages are full of a bunch of bunnies. l She’s making dresses like those from long ago.

104 Bremen Town Musicians Spelling Words l note switch l notes switches l lunch baby l lunches babies l story crumbs l stories supplies l tune centuries l tunes Word Wall Words l bought l people l pleasant l probably l scared l shall l sign

105 Animals Helping Animals

106 l l the donkey blue the hurn. l l The donkey blew the horn. l l the dog stated to hum a tun. l l The dog started to hum a tune.

107 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling l l A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. l l Some nouns change to a different word when they are made plural.

108 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural

109 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man

110 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man men men

111 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man tooth tooth men men

112 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man tooth tooth men men teeth teeth

113 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man tooth tooth mouse mouse men men teeth teeth

114 Plural Nouns That Change Spelling SingularPlural man man tooth tooth mouse mouse men men teeth teeth mice mice

115 Bremen Town Musicians Thursday Journal Topic List ways animals help each other. List ways animals help each other.

116 Bremen Town Musicians Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about animals helping each other to live and enjoy life. Some formed a singing group, some cheered up unhappy friends, and some kept each other safe and clean. Why is it often better to work with others?

117 Today we will learn about:  plurals, and  high-frequency words,  vocabulary words, and  amazing words

118 Plurals –s, -es, -ies l The ladies ate grapes and jellies. l I put away the dishes, plates, and cups. l He gave the babies their lunches and drinks. l The bunnies ran through the bushes.

119 High-Frequency Words l This is another word for nice. l This is the opposite of sold. l These are men, women, boys, and girls. l This is another word for afraid. l This is something you read. l This means about the same as well. l This is another word for most likely.

120 l donkey humed with Dog Donkey hummed with Dog. Donkey hummed with Dog. l what fun they had. l What fun they had!

121 Bremen Town Musicians Spelling Words l note switch l notes switches l lunch baby l lunches babies l story crumbs l stories supplies l tune centuries l tunes Word Wall Words l bought l people l pleasant l probably l scared l shall l sign

122 Bremen Town Musicians Vocabulary Words l mill l musician l excitement l robbers l monsters Amazing Words l partnership l solution l survival l miserable l struggle l depend l familiar l insist

123 Bremen Town Musicians High Frequency Words l people l sign l bought l scared l probably l shall l pleasant

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

125 Bremen Town Musicians Tests Story Tests: u Reading Street for Students: Reading Tests u AR Test: Bremen Town Musicians F Other Reading Quiz # 904612

126 Bremen Town Musicians Friday Journal Topic Write a story with a problem and solution. Write a story with a problem and solution.

127 Bremen Town Musicians Related Links Match animal baby to parent. Farm Animals Animal Sounds- Who Said That? Match animal baby to parent. Farm Animals Animal Sounds- Who Said That?Match animal baby to parent. Farm Animals Animal Sounds- Who Said That?Match animal baby to parent. Farm Animals Animal Sounds- Who Said That? They're, Their, and There Brain Pop They're, Their, and There Brain Pop The Bremen Town Musicians Online Story The Bremen Town Musicians Online Story Farm Animal Online Book Farm Animal Online Book Farm Animal Brain Tease United Streaming Video Farm Animals: A First Look Farm Animal Brain Tease United Streaming Video Farm Animals: A First Look Homophones Video Clip Between the Lions Video Clip Between the Lions The Plural Girls FunBrain The Plural Girls FunBrain


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