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  • How do inventors turn ideas into inventions?

  • Small GroupsTimer

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Vocabulary Words

    robot wad trash electricity

    Amazing Words construct sidekick unique contraption foolproof daydream project scrap

  • Pearl & Wagner

    High Frequency Words

    guess village pretty watch science won shoe

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Word Wall Words

    part float found how made

    Spelling Words

    read windy feel sleep easy teeth deep team seat wreath party season wheel eagle leave

  • Big Question: How do inventors turn ideas into inventions?MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

  • Pearl & Wagner Monday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Behind every invention is a good idea. Everybody has good ideas. How do inventors turn good ideas into inventions?

  • Pearl & Wagner Monday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Behind every invention is a good idea. Everybody has good ideas. How do inventors turn good ideas into inventions?

  • Today we will learn about: new amazing words, long e: ee, ee, ea, y authors purpose verbs

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Amazing Words

  • constructcon - structIf you construct something, you build it or put it together.People native to the Artic regions used to construct shelters from snow and ice.The Boy Scouts used wood, nails, a saw, and a hammer to construct birdhouses.

  • sidekick side - kickIf you have a sidekick, you have a good friend and partner.Those two kids are always together; they are real sidekicks.Sue and her sidekick Anne are working on that puzzle.

  • unique u ni que Something that is unique is the only one like it.Toms grandmother made him a unique teddy bear when he was a baby.You can write a unique story.

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, y creme Steve When you see e-consonant-e, the first e, says its name, and the second e is silent. (When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.)Today we will study other spellings for long e.

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, y easel The sound you hear at the beginning of easel is long e.Sometimes ea stands for long e. peak be week baby

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, y relax cheese funny me beach she pony street

    breeze he cozy speech cream tease we clean

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e mend

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly mend

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet mend

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet mend best

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat mend best

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep mend best

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep mend best slept

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep equal mend best slept

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep equal replay mend best slept

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep equal replay crease mend best slept

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep equal replay crease lady mend best slept

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ymend, silly, greet, best, neat, sleep, slept, equal, replay, crease, lady, peck

    Long eShort e silly greet neat sleep equal replay crease lady mend best slept peck

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay greet silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay greet neat silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay greet sleep neat silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay equal greet sleep neat silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay equal replay greet sleep neat silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay equal replay greet sleep neat crease silly

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, lady

    Sort these long e words by spelling pattern.

    eeeeay equal replay greet sleep neat crease silly lady

  • Word Reading:Long and Short e

    below flex germ meat keep perky greet fetch term heap beach reverse lazy peck clerk

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Word Wall Words

    part float found how made

    Spelling Words

    read windy feel sleep easy teeth deep team seat wreath party season wheel eagle leave

  • Lets Talk About Creative Ideas

  • How do inventors turn ideas into inventions?

    Put the steps in order from first to last.Try it out.Get the materials.Make necessary changes.Make the invention.Think up an idea.

    Think up an idea.Get the materials.Make the invention.Try it out.Make necessary changes.

  • Authors PurposeAn author has a reason for writing.An author can write to inform or explain something.An author can write to entertain.An author can write to describe something.An author can write to convince the reader to think or act in a certain way.

  • Daily Fix-It

    carl think of a idea?Carl thinks of an idea.then he make a meelThen he makes a meal.

  • Grammar: VerbsA verb tells what something or someone does.A word that shows action is a verb.Ahmed makes a present for his dad.The word makes is a verb. It tells what Ahmed did.

  • Grammar: VerbsAhmed finds a small flat piece of wood.Ahmed finds a small flat piece of wood.He paints the wood yellow.He paints the wood yellow.He prints The Best Dad in black.He prints The Best Dad in black.

  • A Pearl & Wagner Monday

    Journal Topic

    Write about something that makes you unique

  • Pearl & Wagner Tuesday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Today we will read about some farmers. They have a problem with mice in their fields. One farmer has a smart idea for getting rid of the mice. What do you think is a smart idea?

  • Pearl & Wagner Tuesday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Today we will read about some farmers. They have a problem with mice in their fields. One farmer has a smart idea for getting rid of the mice. What do you think is a smart idea?

  • Today we will learn about: new amazing words, long e authors purpose high frequency wordsvocabulary verbs

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Amazing Words

  • contraptioncon trap tion A contraption is something that is put together in a very odd way.The strange machines the farmers made to catch the mice were contraptions.My dad put two baby buggies together to make a contraption the twins could ride in.The coach made a contraption to wheel all the balls and other stuff in.

  • foolproof fool - proof Something that is foolproof is so simple and safe that anybody can use it.A cat is a foolproof mouse catcher.The most foolproof bike is a tricycle.

  • daydream day dream When you daydream, you are awake but you are thinking of pleasant things.On that cold winter day, I daydreamed about going to the beach.Susan daydreamed about how nice it would be to have her own room.

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, y squeeze before beam happy equal shaky freezing defrost please fifteen bunny beet secret degree lucky

  • Long e: e, ee, ea, yFind the long e words in Inventors Succeed. seek dreamed before each week squeak succeed happy need

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay dreamed

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay seek dreamed

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay seek dreamed happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before seek dreamed happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek dreamed happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week dreamed happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week keep dreamed happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week keep dreamed each happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week keep succeed dreamed each happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week keep succeed need dreamed each happy

  • Long e Wordsdreamed, seek, happy, before, we, week, keep, each, succeed, need, squeak

    eeeeay before we seek week keep succeed need dreamed each squeak happy

  • Long e WordsI fell into a deep sleep after the party.I fell into a deep sleep after the party.I got to leave with the team.I got to leave with the team.The book was easy to read.The book was easy to read.My teeth feel cold.My teeth feel cold.

  • Authors PurposeAn author has a reason for writing.An author can write to inform or explain something.An author can write to entertain.An author can write to describe something.An author can write to convince the reader to think or act in a certain way.As you read, think about what the story is about.Think about why the author wrote the story.

  • Story Structure: Setting, Characters, and PlotWhen you read a story, think about where a story takes place (setting), whos in the story (characters), and what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of a story (plot).Think about what happens first, next, and last in the story. Keeping track of what happens in order helps you understand the story.

  • Pearl & Wagner

    High Frequency Words

    guess village pretty watch science won shoe

  • High-Frequency Word Review science pulled shoe eyes won through guess remember village mouth pretty opened watch

  • Vocabulary Words robot a machine with moving parts that is controlled by a computer wad a round lump trash something of little use electricity energy that makes light, heat, motion, or force

  • Vocabulary Words:robot, wad, trash, electricityWe have a _____ in our kitchen.We have a robot in our kitchen.It is a ____-eating robot.It is a trash-eating robot.I put a ____ of paper in it.I put a wad of paper in it.The robot used ____ to chew up the paper.The robot used electricity to chew up the paper.

  • Daily Fix-It

    we will ete soup for lunch.We will eat soup for lunch.We lik a lot of chease on it.We like a lot of cheese on it.

  • Grammar: VerbsA verb tells what something or someone does.A word that shows action is a verb.The boys catch the ball.The word catch is a verb. It tells what the boys did.

  • Pearl & Wagner Tuesday

    Journal Topic Write an idea for an invention you could use on the playground.

  • Pearl & Wagner Wednesday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Mice eat corn, so farmers build mousetraps. Cats are the best mousetraps though! What else can cats do?

  • Pearl & Wagner Wednesday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Mice eat corn, so farmers build mousetraps. Cats are the best mousetraps though! What else can cats do?

  • Today we will learn about: new amazing words, long e: ee, ee, ea, y words with long e high-frequency words antonyms verbs

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Amazing Words

  • project pro - ject A project is something you plan and then do.Our class is working on a big project to paint a mural in the hall. This book report is turning out to be a bigger project than I expected.

  • scrap scrap A scrap is a tiny piece of something. Scraps are often leftover from something.We gave the dog the scraps from dinner.My grandmother used scraps of cloth to make a quilt.

  • Long a: a, ai, ayBuilding Words

    a i d l m p s - y

  • High-Frequency Wordsvillage, watch, shoe, guess, won, science, prettyThis is a subject you study in school.This is another name for a small town.This is something you wear to tell time.This is another word for beautiful.This is something you wear on your foot.This is something you do when you dont know the answer.This is something that happened when you came in first place.

  • Pearl & Wagner

    Word Wall Words

    part float found how made

    Spelling Words

    read windy feel sleep easy teeth deep team seat wreath party season wheel eagle leave

  • Spelling read, feel, easy, deep, seat, party, wheel, leave, windy, sleep, teeth, team, wreath, season, eagleMeans the opposite of comeName a type of birdAre rhyming pairsRhymes with beadRhymes with gleamRhymes with reasonRhymes with meatMean the same thing as breezyMeans the opposite of hardName an event people have fun at

  • AntonymsWhen Pearl pulled the string on the robots mouth, the robots mouth opened. When she let go of the string,k the robots mouth shut.Opened and shut are opposites or antonyms. small big happy sad hard - easy

  • Daily Fix-It

    Science project are not eisy.Science projects are not easy.It heps to read about them frist.It helps to read about them first.

  • Grammar: VerbsVerbs are doing words that show action.Choosing strong, interesting verbs helps readers create a mental picture.Think of verbs that tell about things people do in each of these places. school playground home store

  • Pearl & Wagner Wednesday

    Journal Topic

    Use antonyms in sentences contrasting Pearl and Wagner.

  • Pearl & Wagner Thursday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Today we will read about robots at home. Each robot is a unique contraption because it does different things to help us around the house. What kind of robot would you want in your house?

  • Pearl & Wagner Thursday

    Morning Warm-Up

    Today we will read about robots at home. Each robot is a unique contraption because it does different things to help us around the house....