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1 Why should we learn about cowboys? Click to listen to the story.

2 Small Group Timer Timer

3 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Spelling City

4 Cowboys Amazing Words climate livestock occupation buckaroo drover lariat legend rawhide

5 Cowboys Vocabulary Words cattle cowboy campfire railroad galloped roundup chuckwagon bellowed trails herd

6 Cowboys High Frequency Words alone buy daughters half many their youngest

7 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

8 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

9 Big Question: Why should we learn about cowboys? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

10 Cowboys Monday Morning Warm-Up Many cowboys work long hours. They don't mind getting dirty. What kinds of clothes do they wear? Why should we learn about cowboys?

11 Cowboys Monday Morning Warm-Up Many cowboys work long hours. They don't mind getting dirty. What kinds of clothes do they wear? Why should we learn about cowboys?

12 Today we will learn about: Suffixes –ness and –less Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer Commas in Compound Sentences

13 Amazing Words

14 climate cli – mate Climate is the kind of weather that happens in a particular place. The desert has a dry climate. There is a lot of rain in a rain forest climate. Florida has a much warmer climate than Michigan has.

15 livestock live - stock Animals such as cows or chickens that are raised on farms are called livestock. The rancher’s livestock grazed in the fields. It was Jeff’s responsibility to feed the livestock each morning.

16 livestock

17 occupation oc – cu – pa – tion An occupation is the work that a person does to earn a living. A firefighter has a dangerous occupation. My sister changed her occupation from a teacher to a lawyer.

18 occupation

19 Listen to this song about cowboys.

20 Suffixes useful - sadly We studied words like this already. What do you know about reading these words? Today we’ll learn about adding suffixes –less and –ness to the end of words. Each suffix has a special meaning. -less - without -ness - the quality of being ______

21 Suffixes kind ness This is a two-syllable word made from the base word kind and the suffix –ness. You can chunk the word into its part— base words and the suffix. Then cover the suffix, read the base word, and then blend the base word and the suffix to read the whole word. kindness – the quality of being kind.

22 Suffixes careless carelessly sadness friendless laziness useful usefulness hopeless hopelessly

23 Suffixes darkness painless fitness weakness bottomless sickness

24 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness

25 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought

26 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thoughtthoughtless

27 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord thoughtless

28 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord thoughtless cordless

29 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend thoughtless cordless

30 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend thoughtless cordless friendless

31 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot thoughtless cordless friendless

32 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot thoughtless cordless friendless spotless

33 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless

34 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless

35 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick

36 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick quickness

37 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick quickness

38 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick quickness sickness

39 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still quickness sickness

40 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still quickness sickness stillness

41 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still dark quickness sickness stillness

42 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still dark quickness sickness stillness darkness

43 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still dark sad quickness sickness stillness darkness

44 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness thought cord friend spot fear thoughtless cordless friendless spotless fearless quick sick still dark sad quickness sickness stillness darkness sadness

45 Suffixes thoughtless fearless painlessly useless lonely watchfulness pointless actor carefully brightness graceful gentleness illness teacher awareness

46 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

47 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

48 Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer Remember A Birthday Basket for Tia. What caused the musicians to begin to play their guitars and violins? What would have happened if Tia had not entered the room? Good readers understand what happened in a story and why it happened.

49 Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer Sometimes there are clue words to help figure this out. Look for the clue words because, so, and since. It is important to understand what you read. A graphic organizer can help you understand what happened in a story and why it happened.

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51 Daily Fix-It a hurd wandered the trails? A herd wandered the trails. “we will visit dr. Hino today, Mom said. “We will visit Dr. Hino today,” Mom said.

52 Commas in Compound Sentences Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together. These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but. The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.

53 Commas in Compound Sentences Every summer we get together. Grandpa tells us stories. Every summer we get together, and Grandpa tells us stories. He tells the same stories. We like hearing them again. He tells the same stories, but we like hearing them again.

54 Commas in Compound Sentences We sit close together. We don’t say a word. (and) We sit close together, and we don’t say a word. Cindy likes the scary stories. I like the funny ones (but) Cindy likes the scary stories, but I like the funny ones.

55 Commas in Compound Sentences Grandpa uses different voices. He acts out all the parts. (and) Grandpa uses different voices, and he acts out all the parts.

56 Wrap Up Your Day! Suffixes –ness, -less Spelling Words with Suffixes Cause and Effect Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about cowboys.

57 Cowboys Monday Journal Topic Write about occupations.

58 Cowboys Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about cowboys. They ride horses and round up cows. Cowboys like to be outside. How would you like to be a cowboy and ride a horse?

59 Cowboys Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about cowboys. They ride horses and round up cows. Cowboys like to be outside. How would you like to be a cowboy and ride a horse?

60 Today we will learn about: Suffixes –less, -ness Amazing Words Vocabulary Words Compound Words Word Structure Commas in Compound Sentences

61 Amazing Words

62 buckaroo buck – a – roo Buckaroo is another name for cowboy or cowhand. The buckaroo rode the wild horse. The buckaroo rounded up the cattle and put them into the corral.

63 buckaroo

64 drover drov - er Drover is another name for a cowboy who herds droves of cattle along a trail. The drover rode his horse and made sure the cattle stayed on the trail. The drover chased after the calf that ran away.

65 drover

66 lariat lar – i - at A lariat is another name for a lasso, or stiff rope with a sliding loop at one end used for catching horses or cows. The drover threw the lariat and caught the cow around the neck. It takes a lot of practice for a cowboy to learn how to use a lariat to catch a horse.

67 lariat

68 Suffixes sweetness You can read this word because you know how to read words with suffixes. What base word and suffix form sweetness? When you come to a word with a suffix, look at the base word and suffix and blend the two word parts together to read it.

69 Listen for words with - less and –ness.

70 Suffixes Find the words with suffixes in “A Cowboy’s Life.” fearless countless loneliness weariness cheerfulness

71 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness

72 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness mad

73 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness mad madness

74 Suffixes Base Word + -less Base Word + -ness mad late madness

75 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late madness lateness

76 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still madness lateness

77 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still madness lateness stillness

78 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore madness lateness stillness

79 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore madness lateness stillness soreness

80 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness

81 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness

82 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth

83 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth toothless

84 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight toothless

85 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight toothless flightless

86 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape toothless flightless

87 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape toothless flightless shapeless

88 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape meat toothless flightless shapeless

89 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape meat toothless flightless shapeless meatless

90 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape meat speech toothless flightless shapeless meatless

91 Suffixes Base Word + -ness Base Word + -less mad late still sore sharp madness lateness stillness soreness sharpness tooth flight shape meat speech toothless flightless shapeless meatless speechless

92 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

93 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

94 Suffixes Dad wants us to show kindness and goodness to people. Fitness will help prevent sickness and weakness. “I am fearless in the darkness!” I told my sister.

95 Cowboys Vocabulary Words cattle cowboy campfire railroad galloped roundup chuckwagon bellowed trails herd

96 Vocabulary Words cattle – cows or bulls raised for their meat, milk, or skins cattle trails – a path across a field or through the woodstrails cowboy – a person who works on a cattle ranch or take part in rodeoscowboy herd – a group of the same kind of animal that is kept or fed togetherherd campfirecampfire – a fire in a camp used for cooking or warmth (next slide)next slide

97 campfire

98 trails

99 cattle

100 roundup

101 herd

102 cowboy

103 railroad

104 chuckwagon

105 Vocabulary Words railroad – a road or track of two steel rails that trains run onrailroad galloped – to run very fast roundup – driving or bringing cattle together from long distancesroundup chuckwagon chuckwagon – a wagon that carries food and cooking equipment for cowboys bellowed – made a loud, deep noise like a roar

106 Vocabulary Words cattle galloped trails stars cowboy money herd clothes campfire caught railroad many

107 Word Structure There are strategies you can use when you come across words you don’t understand. We can look in a dictionary or glossary. You can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word.

108 Word Structure Sometimes we can get the meaning from word parts. We may understand the base word and suffix (graceful, full of grace), or the two smaller words in a compound word (campfire, a fire at camp) Today we will learn more about using word parts.

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110 Daily Fix-It were sitting by the camfire. We’re sitting by the campfire. the Cowboy rode the tails. The cowboy rode the trails.

111 Commas in Compound Sentences Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together. These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but. The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.

112 Commas in Compound Sentences Cowboys tell stories. They read by the campfire Cowboys tell stories, and they read by the campfire.

113 Wrap Up Your Day! Lesson Vocabulary Graphic Organizer Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow they will hear another story about cowboys.

114 Cowboys Tuesday Journal Topic Write how you feel about horses.

115 Cowboys Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we're going to listen to the cowboy alphabet again. I'll read and you listen. Let's listen for the letters of the alphabet. Which letter is your favorite in this story?

116 Cowboys Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we're going to listen to the cowboy alphabet again. I'll read and you listen. Let's listen for the letters of the alphabet. Which letter is your favorite in this story?

117 Today we will learn about: Syllables –tion, -ture Words with Suffixes –ness, -less Vocabulary Words Fluency Commas in Compound Sentences

118 Amazing Words

119 legend leg - end A legend is a story that has been passed down through the years that many people believe. A legend can also be a famous person who is greatly admired for his or her talents. There is a legend about a cowboy in the Old West who could catch any wild horse. Davy Crockett is a legend in American history.

120 rawhide raw - hide Rawhide is an animal hide that has been tanned, or made into leather. The cowboys used a rope made of rawhide. After the rawhide is tanned into leather, it will be made into a jacket.

121 rawhide

122 Cowboys Amazing Words climate livestock occupation buckaroo drover lariat legend rawhide

123 B Is for Buckaroo

124 Syllables –tion, -ture action You can read this word because you know how to read words with more than one syllable. Read each syllable from left to right and then blend them to read the whole word. ac / tion Remember that –tion stands for /shen/.

125 Syllables –tion, -ture pic ture na tion mo tion na ture cau tion frac tion mix ture sta tion fea ture fix ture frac ture

126 Cowboys Vocabulary Words cattle cowboy campfire railroad galloped roundup chuckwagon bellowed trails herd

127 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails The _______ took care of a cow that had an injured leg. The cowboy took care of a cow that had an injured leg. We rode down many _______. We rode down many trails. When the horse ____, it ran very fast. When the horse galloped, it ran very fast.

128 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails We made sure the ____ didn’t run away. We made sure the cattle didn’t run away. She sat close to the _____ to stay warm. She sat close to the campfire to stay warm.

129 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails There were many cows in the ____. There were many cows in the herd. You can ride a ___ train across the country. You can ride a railroad train across the country.

130 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

131 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

132 Time Words Remember that Cowboys refers to a time long ago. Some words represent or show time, such as the words long ago. What is the time words in this sentence? I have piano lessons once each week. once each week Think of more time words.

133 Daily Fix-It how manny cattel are in the heard How many cattle are in the herd? the Cowboy gallupped The cowboy galloped.

134 Commas in Compound Sentences Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together. These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but. The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.

135 Commas in Compound Sentences Combine these sentences: Uncle Henry always shows us pictures. We like to see them. Uncle Henry always shows us pictures, and we like to see them.

136 Wrap Up Your Day! Cause and Effect Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Rate Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow we will listen to a story about the things cowboys use and wear.

137 Cowboys Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a day on the trail.

138 Cowboys Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about cowboys. We know cowboys work hard. They often sleep outside by a campfire. Do cowboys have special items or clothes to make their job easier?

139 Cowboys Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about cowboys. We know cowboys work hard. They often sleep outside by a campfire. Do cowboys have special items or clothes to make their job easier?

140 Today we will learn about: Suffixes –ness, -less Words with Suffixes Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Pace Commas Listen to a Description

141 Cowboys Amazing Words climate livestock occupation buckaroo drover lariat legend rawhide

142 Cowboy: An Album

143 Sentence Reading Peach is their fastest selling breakfast tea. The youngest of his three tireless daughters teaches reading. I went running for half an hour and breathed in and out in the stillness.

144 Sentence Reading I’ve seen many feathers, but this is the prettiest eagle feather! Did you buy the gingerbread spread and peanuts for the feast? I like sitting alone in the meadow when the weather is cloudless and a bit warmer.

145 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

146 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

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148 Daily Fix-It we built a camp fire? We built a campfire. did you see the herd of cattle. Did you see the herd of cattle?

149 Commas in Compound Sentences Sometimes two sentences have ideas that go together. These sentences can be combined using a comma and a connecting word, such as and or but. The combined sentence is called a compound sentence.

150 Commas in Compound Sentences Combine these sentences: The night air was chilly. I had a warm blanket. The night air was chilly, but I had a warm blanket.

151 Speaking and Listening: Listen to a Description Speakers: Use interesting words. Remember your audience’s interests. Listeners: Face the speaker. Listen for the most important things.

152 Wrap Up Your Day! Making Connections Let’s Talk About It Today we read about cowboy gear and discussed the importance of cowboys. Tomorrow we will hear more about cowboys.

153 Cowboys Thursday Journal Topic List animals that live in your climate.

154 Cowboys Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about cowboys. A cowboy’s occupation is taking care of livestock. Livestock can be cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, or goats. Why should we learn about cowboys?

155 Today we will learn about: Suffixes –ness, -less Vocabulary Amazing Words High Frequency Words Commas Thesaurus

156 Cowboys Amazing Words climate livestock occupation buckaroo drover lariat legend rawhide

157 Cowboys Spelling Words kindness helpless careless thankless goodness fitness useless weakness fearless awareness sadness wireless darkness eagerness sickness

158 Suffixes It is useless to call on that cordless phone. Treat people with kindness or you may be friendless.

159 Suffixes Good fitness can make you feel ageless and tireless! She acted fearless during her illness.

160 Cowboys Glue Words they would many through you

161 Cowboys Vocabulary Words cattle cowboy campfire railroad galloped roundup chuckwagon bellowed trails herd

162 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails A ___ has a tough job, I’d say. A cowboy has a tough job, I’d say. He can move a big ____along its way. He can move a big herd along its way. Across the ___he rides—”yipee yi yay!” Across the trails he rides—”yipee yi yay!”

163 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails He keeps the ___moving all day. He keeps the cattle moving all day. To the ____ station, but he does not stay. To the railroad station, but he does not stay.

164 Vocabulary campfire, cattle, cowboy, galloped, herd, railroad, trails At night around the ___ he sings. At night around the campfire he sings. He has ___for miles and seen many things! He has galloped for miles and seen many things!

165 Rhyming Words A cowboy has a tough job, I’d say. He can move a big herd along its way Across the trails he rides—”yipee yi yay!” He keeps the cattle moving all day To the railroad station, but he does not stay. At night around the campfire he sings. He has galloped for miles and seen many things!

166 Cowboys High Frequency Words alone buy daughters half many their youngest

167 Daily Fix-It fore cowbois sat around Four cowboys sat around. the horses gallopped away The horses galloped away.

168 Research/Study Skills Thesaurus occupation A thesaurus is a book of synonyms. You can use it when you want to find synonyms—words with the same meaning or almost the same meaning as another word. You can use a thesaurus to find other words that mean the same thing as occupation.

169 Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Traditions

170 Cowboys Friday Journal Topic Write about cowboy life.

171 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City: Amazing Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Spelling City

172 APTPlus Videos (password required) Time Warp Trio: The Good, the Bad, and the GoofyTime Warp Trio: The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy (21:31) Native Americans: Living in the Land Native Americans: Living in the Land (06:30) The Real American CowboyThe Real American Cowboy (26:00)

173 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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