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1 What can we learn by exploring the desert? Click to listen to story.

2 Small Groups Timer

3 Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: X Arcade GamesArcade Games X Jigword Jigword X Matchword Matchword X Speedword Speedword X Wordsearch Wordsearch X Word Web Word Web X Spelling City – vocabulary words Spelling City – vocabulary words X Spelling City – amazing words Spelling City – amazing words Spelling Words: X Speedword Speedword X Word Web Word Web X Quia Games Quia Games X Spelling City Spelling City High Frequency Words X Fill-in-the Blank Fill-in-the Blank X Spelling City Spelling City

4 A Walk in the Desert Amazing Words  arid X landform X precipitation X dunes X ledge X haven X discovery X forbidding

5 A Walk in the Desert Vocabulary Words  desert X harsh X climate X cactus X coyote

6 A Walk in the Desert High Frequency Words  water X full X animals X early X warm X eyes

7 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

8 Big Question: What can we learn by exploring the desert? X Monday Monday X Tuesday Tuesday X Wednesday Wednesday X Thursday Thursday X Friday Friday

9 A Walk in the Desert Monday Morning Warm-Up Your mother and father might take you to a desert to see things that you couldn’t see in a forest. What can we learn by exploring the desert?

10 A Walk in the Desert Monday Morning Warm-Up Your mother and father might take you to a desert to see things that you couldn’t see in a forest. What can we learn by exploring the desert?

11 Today you will learn about: X new amazing words, X inflected endings – adding –ed and –ing, X main idea and details, and X statements and questions

12 Exploring Space Monday Amazing Words

13 arid X ar - id X Something that is arid is very, very dry. X Deserts are arid because they don’t get much rain. X The air in your house in the winter might be arid because the heat is on all the time.

14 landform X land - form X A landform is the shape formed on land. X Landforms are things like hills, mountains, lakes, and deserts. X The landforms in Arizona include mountains and desert, as well as rivers.

15 landform

16 precipitation X pre-cip-i-ta-tion X Precipitation means any kind of rain, snow, hail, or other form of water that comes down from the clouds to the ground. X A desert area is dry because it gets very little precipitation. X Many kinds of trees that grow in forests need a lot of precipitation.

17 precipitation

18 Sing with Me X Listen to this song about the desert. X The Arid Desert X Click to listen.

19 Inflected Endings X rained raining X What do you know about reading these words? X Today you’ll learn about words whose spelling changes before an ending is added.

20 Inflected Endings X shop, shopped, shopping X The last consonant in shop, p, was doubled before the endings were added. X This happens in short-vowel words such as shop that end in just one consonant.

21 Inflected Endings X like, liked, liking X The e was dropped before these endings were added. X This happens if a base word ends with e, and the ending starts with a vowel.

22 Inflected Endings: Rules X If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. X If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

23 Inflected Endings We will look at words whose spelling changes before an ending is added to the base word. tradeplan trades traded trading plans planned planning

24 Inflected Endings X thanks X quacked X swinging X closes X plugged X swimming X smiled X shining

25 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing

26 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab

27 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grabgrabs

28 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grabgrabsgrabbed

29 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grabgrabsgrabbedgrabbing

30 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite grabsgrabbedgrabbing

31 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite grabs excites grabbedgrabbing

32 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite grabs excites grabbed excited grabbing

33 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite grabs excites grabbed excited grabbing exciting

34 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face grabs excites grabbed excited grabbing exciting

35 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face grabs excites faces grabbed excited grabbing exciting

36 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face grabs excites faces grabbed excited faced grabbing exciting

37 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face grabs excites faces grabbed excited faced grabbing exciting facing

38 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face talk grabs excites faces grabbed excited faced grabbing exciting facing

39 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face talk grabs excites faces talks grabbed excited faced grabbing exciting facing

40 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face talk grabs excites faces talks grabbed excited faced talked grabbing exciting facing

41 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing grab excite face talk grabs excites faces talks grabbed excited faced talked grabbing exciting facing talking

42 Word Reading X bringing X running X pages X stacking X skipped X traced X stinks X spotted X wiping X plunked X slamming X closed X blocked X spreads X gliding

43 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

44 Word Family Word – train (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends Cain gain lain main pain rain vain chain brain drain grain plain slain Spain stain strain

45 Word Family Word – train chain drain grain brain

46 Word Family Word – see (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bee Dee gee Lee tee wee thee knee flee free glee tree

47 Word Family Word – see bee tee tree knee

48 Let’s Talk About Exploration!

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50 Main Idea and Details X The main idea is the most important idea about the topic. X Details are small pieces of information in a selection that tell more about the main idea. X Good readers decide which ideas are most important as they react.

51 Read – Aloud: Saguaro Cactus

52 Monday’s Fix-It X talked about the desert X We talked about the desert. X when can we go X When can we go?

53 Grammar: Statements & Questions A statement is a sentence that tells something. A statement ends with a period. Some places are very dry. A question is a sentence that asks something. A question ends with a question mark. What can live in a very dry place? A statement and a question begin with a capital letter.

54 Grammar: Statements & Questions X can an oak tree live in a very dry place X Can an oak tree live in a very dry place? X an oak tree needs plenty of water X An oak tree needs plenty of water. X it cannot live in a very dry place X It cannot live in a very dry place.

55 Grammar: Statements & Questions X does a cactus need much water X Does a cactus need much water? X a cactus does not need much water X A cactus does not need much water. X where does a cactus live X Where does a cactus live?

56 Wrap Up Your Day! X Inflected Endings X Main Idea and Details X Let’s Talk About It X Tomorrow we will read about taking a walk in the desert.

57 A Walk in the Desert Monday Journal Topic List different types of landforms.

58 A Walk in the Desert Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about walking in the desert. What will we see and hear and feel? What lives there? What will we spot?

59 A Walk in the Desert Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about walking in the desert. What will we see and hear and feel? What lives there? What will we spot?

60 Today you will learn about: X new amazing words, X inflected endings: adding –ed and –ing, X main idea and details, X text structure, X high-frequency words, X vocabulary words, and X statements and questions

61 Exploring Space Tuesday Amazing Words

62 dunes X dunes X A dune is a hill of sand in a desert. Dunes are formed when the wind blows the sand. X That dune wasn’t there last time we came to this beach. X The dunes in a desert shift and change.

63 dunes

64 ledge X ledge X A ledge is a shelf. X If you are in the desert, you might see a coyote up on a ledge. X There is a toy on the window ledge.

65 ledge

66 haven X ha -ven X A haven is a safe place. X A big cactus is a haven for lots of animals. X Your school is a haven for you during a big rainstorm.

67 Read – Aloud: Around One Cactus Owls, Bats and Leaping Rats

68 Inflected Endings X chiming X You can read this word because you know how to read base words with endings and spelling changes. X What base word and ending form chiming? X When you come to a new base word with an ending, knowing if there has been a spelling change will help you read it.

69 Rules X If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. X If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

70 Inflected Endings X chime X chiming X chimed X bugs X bugged X bugging X dive X dived X diving X blame X blames X blamed X blaming X grin X grins X grinned X grinning We are learning about words whose spelling changes before an ending is added to the base word.

71 Phonics Song X Listen for words with inflected endings. X Exploring the Desert X Click to listen.

72 Inflected Endings: Find the words in “Exploring in the Desert” that have inflected endings. X exploring X hiked X looked X soaring X sunning X shaking X hopped X moved X making X seems

73 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing

74 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace

75 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pacepaces

76 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pacepacespaced

77 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pacepacespacedpacing

78 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft pacespacedpacing

79 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft paces rafts pacedpacing

80 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft paces rafts paced rafted pacing

81 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft paces rafts paced rafted pacing rafting

82 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move paces rafts paced rafted pacing rafting

83 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move paces rafts moves paced rafted pacing rafting

84 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move paces rafts moves paced rafted moved pacing rafting

85 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move paces rafts moves paced rafted moved pacing rafting moving

86 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move spot paces rafts moves paced rafted moved pacing rafting moving

87 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move spot paces rafts moves spots paced rafted moved pacing rafting moving

88 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move spot paces rafts moves spots paced rafted moved spotted pacing rafting moving

89 Inflected Endings Decide if the base word’s spelling will change when you add –ed or –ing. base word -s-ed-ing pace raft move spot paces rafts moves spots paced rafted moved spotted pacing rafting moving spotting

90 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

91 Word Family Word – why (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends by my shy thy cry sty dry try fly fry pry sky sly spy

92 Word Family Word – why fly fry sky spy sty

93 Spelling Find the words that have inflected endings. X I was amazed that we lifted the big log. X Grandma and I hugged and talked. X My dog was excited when I smiled at him.

94 Main Idea and Details X The main idea is the most important idea about the topic. X Details are small pieces of information in a selection that tell more about the main idea. X Good readers decide which ideas are most important as they react.

95 Text Structure X You can understand what you are reading better if you will pay attention to how the author has organized the selection. X Sometimes the author writes in a way that makes you feel as if you are walking along with him or her as different things are explained or pointed out. X Ask yourself questions as you read so you can understand what the author is trying to tell you.

96 A Walk in the Desert High Frequency Words  water X full X animals X early X warm X eyes

97 Review High-Frequency Words X water X animals X world X friend X eyes X full X early X warm X woman X move

98 A Walk in the Desert X desert - a part of land that is sandy and without much waterdesert X harsh – very rough X climate – the kind of weather a place hasclimate X cactus – a plant with spines instead of leaves that grows in hot, dry placescactus X coyote – a small animal like a wolfcoyote X (next slide)(next slide)

99 desert

100 cactus

101 climate

102 coyote

103 A Walk in the Desert Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words X A ______ is a hard place for animals and plants to live. X A desert is a hard place for animals and plants to live. X The ______ is very hot and dry. X The climate is very hot and dry.

104 A Walk in the Desert Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Words X Many kinds of ______ plants grow there. X Many kinds of cactus plants grow there. X A ______ can live there too. X A coyote can live there too. X Life in the desert can be _____. X Life in the desert can be harsh.

105 Daily Fix-It X did you enjoy the desert X Did you enjoy the desert? X i was really exited? X I was really excited!

106 Grammar: Statements & Questions A statement is a sentence that tells something. A statement ends with a period. A desert is a very dry place. A question is a sentence that asks something. A question ends with a question mark. What grows in a desert? A statement and a question begin with a capital letter.

107 Grammar: Statements & Questions X we are going for a walk in the desert X We are going for a walk in the desert. X what will we see there X What will we see there?

108 Wrap Up Your Day! X High-Frequency Words X Text Structure X Let’s Talk About It X Tomorrow we will hear about other desert creatures.

109 A Walk in the Desert Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a desert and what it is like there.

110 A Walk in the Desert Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Many animals that live in the desert sleep in the heat of the day. They come out at night to find food. What else can we learn about animals by exploring the desert?

111 A Walk in the Desert Wednesday Is each sentence a statement or a question? Many animals that live in the desert sleep in the heat of the day. They come out at night to find food. What else can we learn about animals by exploring the desert?

112 Today you will learn about: X new amazing words, X consonant blends, X inflected endings – adding –ed and –ing, X high-frequency words, X descriptive words, and X statements and questions

113 Exploring Space Wednesday Amazing Words

114 discovery X dis – cov – er - y X A discovery is something someone finds out for the first time. X You made a discovery about school the first day you came. X When Iris first moved, she made lots of new discoveries about the country.

115 forbidding X for – bid - ding X Something that is forbidding seems dangerous and scary. X Even your familiar schoolroom can seem forbidding and strange at night. X Many places that seem forbidding at night are not scary during the day.

116 Making Words Worksheet

117 High-Frequency Words full, warm, animals, early, eyes, water X You have two of these to see with. What are they? X You drink it, cook with it, and bathe in it. What is it? X The opposite of late. What is it? X The opposite of empty. What is it? X Cats, dogs, birds, and raccoons are examples of these. What are they?

118 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

119 Word Family Word – about (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bout gout lout pout shout clout grout scout snout spout stout trout

120 Word Family Word – about gout pout grout scout trout snout spout

121 Rules X If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. X If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

122 Inflected Endings X Things you do with your mouth X talked, talking, smiled, smiling X Things you do with your arms X hugged, hugging, lifted, lifting, dropped, dropping, dragging X Ways you can feel X excited, exciting, amazed

123 Vocabulary Descriptive words tell how things look, sound, taste, feel, and small. X bright sun X dry air X sharp spines X harsh climate

124 Wednesday’s Fix-It smiled at the mule He smiled at the mule. did you find some cactus jelly Did you find some cactus jelly?

125 Grammar: Statements & Questions X what could you find in a walk on Oak Street X What could you find in a walk on Oak Street? X you would see kids in the park X You would see kids in the park. X you could buy ice cream from the man with the cart X You could buy ice cream from the man with the cart. X you could jump rope with the kids at the corner. X You could jump rope with the kids at the corner.

126 Wrap Up Your Day! X Main idea and details X Notice punctuation X Let’s Talk About It X Tomorrow they will read about using a computer and the Internet to find the answers to some questions.

127 A Walk in the Desert Wednesday Journal Topic Use descriptive words in sentences about the desert.

128 A Walk in the Desert Thursday Morning Warm-Up Where could you find out more about the desert? What could tell you that the inside of a cactus feels slippery or that cactus candy is sweet?

129 A Walk in the Desert Thursday Morning Warm-Up Where could you find out more about the desert? What could tell you that the inside of a cactus feels slippery or that cactus candy is sweet?

130 Today we are going to learn about: X inflected endings X statements and questions, and X being a polite listener

131 A Walk in the Desert Amazing Words  arid X landform X precipitation X dunes X ledge X haven X discovery X forbidding

132 Read-Aloud: Exploring the Sahara

133 Sentence Reading X My mother and father jogged home without stopping. X A bear can make such a mess. X Dad will build a nice desk. X He couldn’t stand running late so he waved for a cab. X I love the drums in the rock band. X We hummed tunes as we walked straight home.

134 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

135 Word Family Word – bug (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends dug hug jug lug mug pug rug tug chug thug drug plug slug smug snug

136 Word Family Word – bug jug lug mug plug pug rug tug snug

137 Rules X If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. X If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

138 Reading Online Rain Forests

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141 Thursday’s Fix-It X wear did you drop it. X Where did you drop it? X i lost it in the dessert? X I lost it in the desert.

142 Grammar: Statements & Questions Is each sentence a statement or a question? X We went for a walk in the desert. X Was it hot there? X We were careful. X Did you take water with you?

143 Be a Polite Listener A good listener does several things when someone is speaking. X Be polite. X Pay attention to the speaker. X Sit quietly. X Face the speaker. X Make eye contact.

144 Wrap Up Your Day! X Making Connections: Text to World X Let’s Talk About It! X Tomorrow you will hear about one of the biggest deserts in the world.

145 A Walk in the Desert Thursday Journal Topic Write a story about a dry desert.

146 A Walk in the Desert Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we made many discoveries about the arid desert. We found out that the desert is a landform without much precipitation. Some deserts have sand dunes. Can a cactus be a haven for animals?

147 A Walk in the Desert Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we made many discoveries about the arid desert. We found out that the desert is a landform without much precipitation. Some deserts have sand dunes. Can a cactus be a haven for animals?

148 Today we will learn about: X inflected endings, X high-frequency words, vocabulary words, spelling words, amazing words, and X statements and questions, X using online reference sources

149 A Walk in the Desert Amazing Words  arid X landform X precipitation X dunes X ledge X haven X discovery X forbidding

150 Read-Aloud: Exploring the Sahara

151 Inflected Endings Rules X If a word has a short vowel, double the end consonant before adding –ed or –ing. X If a word has a sneaky e, drop the e before adding –ed or –ing.

152 Inflected Endings How do you change the spelling for the base words in each sentence? X We are hope we can begin bake the cakes and taste them! X We are hoping we can begin baking the cakes and tasting them! X They walk in the room and kiss and hug Grandpa. X They walked in the room and kissed and hugged Grandpa.

153 Inflected Endings How do you change the spelling for the base words in each sentence? X I am rely on my study to keep me from miss anything on the test. X I am relying on my studying to keep me from missing anything on the test. X I grab a coat, chat with my dad, and rush outside. X I grabbed a coat, chatted with my dad, and rushed outside.

154 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up ____ today.

155 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up early today. 2. I ate so I am ____ all the way.

156 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up early today. 2. I ate so I am full all the way. 3. I walk on the ____ desert sand.

157 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up early today. 2. I ate so I am full all the way. 3. I walk on the warm desert sand. 4. Can I find ____ in this dry land?

158 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up early today. 2. I ate so I am full all the way. 3. I walk on the warm desert sand. 4. Can I find water in this dry land? 5. I rub my _____ and spot _______ drinking a lot!

159 High Frequency Words eyes, animals, warm, early, full, water 1. The sun is up early today. 2. I ate so I am full all the way. 3. I walk on the warm desert sand. 4. Can I find water in this dry land? 5. I rub my eyes and spot animals drinking a lot!

160 A Walk in the Desert Word Wall Words  train X see X why X about X bug Spelling Words  talked hugged X talking hugging X dropped smiled X dropping smiling X excited dragging X exciting amazed X lifted danced X lifting

161 Friday’s Fix-It the desert The desert is hot and dry. X did you enjoy your walk X Did you enjoy your walk?

162 Online Reference Sources X You can find information online in dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other Internet sources. X Turn on the computer and connect to the Internet. X Type your topic into the search box and press Go. X Look at the source you need to find the information on your topic.

163 Wrap Up Your Week! What can we learn by exploring the desert?

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

165 A Walk in the Desert Friday Journal Topic List things you can find in a desert.

166 APTPlus Videos (Password Required) Desert HabitatsDesert Habitats (21:00) The Difference Between Wants and Needs The Difference Between Wants and Needs (16:00) Habitats: Homes for Living ThingsHabitats: Homes for Living Things (15:00)

167 We are now ready to take our story tests. X Story test –Classroom webpage, –Student page, –Taking Tests X AR –Other Reading Quizzes –Quiz #


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