12qualities: features that make a person or thing special
13trickster: a character who plays tricks pr pranks on others
14Hungry Spider Predict/Infer: I will think about the title, the illustrations, and what I have read so far to make predictions and discussing them with my partner.
15Understanding Trickster Tales Practice Book pg. 178
16Inflected Endings I can read and write words with inflected endings. Readers can decode unfamiliar words ending in –ed and –ing by looking for the base words.Uncle Fox smiled.I am smiling.
17Rules on Inflected endings When a base word ends with an “e,” the e is dropped before adding –ed or –ing.To find the base word for smiled, remove the ending –ed and add e: smileTo find the base word for smiling, remove the ending –ing and add e: smile
18Write the base words Turtle was hoping to win. Everyone agreed to help.Aunt Fox was nibbling at the fish.Turtle excused himself.Uncle Fox was scraping a pan.Turtle scrambled to shore.
19Synonyms Spider was hungry. “I’m famished!” exclaimed Spider. Hungry means in need of food.Famished means in need of food.
20Synonyms=SameCome and enjoy the meal. I will prepare a feast. You will be practice matching synonyms.
31Reading, writing, listening, & speaking! It’s time for . . .These are words . . .We use them for . . .Vocabularywe want to knowReading, writing, listening, & speaking!
32culture: the customs, beliefs, and ways of living that belong to people
33folktale: a traditional story handed down from one generation to the next
34greediness: being filled with selfish desire for more than what one needs
35Aunt Fox and the Fried Fish Predict/Infer:I will think about the title, the illustrations, and what I have read so far to make predictions and discussing them with my partner.Story Map in pairs on Aunt Fox and the Fried Fish
36JournalingCompare the tricks played by the characters. Which do you think is the most clever? Which one is the funniest? Why?