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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul><p>When does sharing make sense? Click to listen to story. Slide 2 Small Groups Timer Slide 3 Review Games Vocabulary &amp; Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City Voc. Spelling City- Amazing Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words: Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City Slide 4 Turtles Race with Beaver Vocabulary Words buried dam lodge challenge halfway embarrassed Amazing Words conflict inhabit resolve coax ramp startle serape vacation Slide 5 Turtles Race with Beaver High Frequency Words toward ago word whole above enough Slide 6 Turtles Race with Beaver Spelling Words her curl person skirt nurse purse dirt turtle turn hamburger birth surface serve perfect curb Word Wall Words him truck gum sale same Slide 7 Big Question: When does sharing make sense? Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Friday Slide 8 Turtles Race with Beaver Monday Morning Warm-Up People either live alone or with others. Animals usually share their space. When does sharing make sense? Slide 9 Turtles Race with Beaver Monday Morning Warm-Up People either live alone or with others. Animals usually share their space. When does sharing make sense? Slide 10 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, r-controlled er, ir, ur sequence, and singular and plural nouns Slide 11 Turtles Race with Beaver Amazing Words Slide 12 conflict con - flict A conflict is a struggle or fight, especially one that goes on for a long time. My brother and I always have a conflict over whose turn it is to do the dishes. Sometimes a simple argument can develop into a real conflict. Slide 13 inhabit in hab - it When you inhabit a place, you live in it. Lots of fish inhabit that lake. That big cactus is inhabited by many different desert animals. Slide 14 resolve re sol - ve If you resolve something, you make a decision or you solve or fix a problem. We were arguing about what to do until my dad came and resolved the problem. I resolved to study harder for the next test. Slide 15 Click to listen to song. Slide 16 r-Controlled er, ir, ur barn sport chore Today well learn about r-controlled er, ir, and ur and the sounds they stand for. Slide 17 earth A single vowel followed by the letter r has a sound that is neither short nor long, but r- controlled. germ her person bird first thirsty burn curve nurse Slide 18 r-Controlled er, ir, ur burn barn fern dirt When the letters u, e, or i are followed by r, they usually have an r- controlled sound. Slide 19 r-Controlled er, ir, ur You can blend longer words with the /er/ sound by dividing them into smaller chunks, or syllables. We usually divide words between two consonants. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. en / ter Slide 20 r-Controlled er, ir, ur burn fern dirt enter third hurt clerk nurse verse summer corner tender birth Slide 21 r-Controlled er, ir, ur chirp surf perch first urge winter person survive twirl Slide 22 r-Controlled er, ir, ur building words e i u c d h p r - s - t Slide 23 Making Words Worksheet Making Words Worksheet Slide 24 Word Reading germ herd sherbet burn carport circus stern border tuck curb turn curler girl first thick Slide 25 Turtles Race with Beaver Spelling Words her curl person skirt nurse purse dirt turtle turn hamburger birth surface serve perfect curb Word Wall Words him truck gum sale same Slide 26 Word Family Word him (online dictionary) (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends dim Jim Kim rim Tim whim brim skim slim swim Slide 27 Word Family Word him brim brim, breem swim rim Slide 28 Word Family Word truck (online dictionary) (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends duck muck puck suck tuck yuck Chuck cluck pluck snuck stuck Slide 29 Word Family Word truck duck muck pluck puck Slide 30 Let Talk About Working Together! Slide 31 Sequence Sequence is the order in which things happen. When you read, think about what happens first, next, and last in a story. Look for clue words such as while, soon, after,then, and before to help you understand when things are happening. When you retell a story, use words like first, next, and last to show the sequence. Slide 32 Read-Aloud Frogs Lily Pad Slide 33 Daily Fix-It two turtle talked to hur Two turtles talked to her. she askked about his family? She asked about his family. Slide 34 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns A noun is a person, place, animal, or thing. A proper noun is a special name for a person, place, animal, or thing. A singular noun names one person, place, animal, or thing. A noun that names more than one is called a plural noun. Slide 35 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns You usually just add -s to show more than one. bear bears tree trees rabbit rabbits lamp lamps shoe - shoes Slide 36 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns If the noun ends in s, ch, sh, or x, add es to the noun to show more than one. fox foxes bus buses box boxes dish dishes Slide 37 Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns Sometimes we use one noun to name a group of people or things. These are called collective nouns. Each word names a group of more than one, but the noun is still singular. team family herd class flock government committee Slide 38 Wrap Up Your Day! r-controlled er, ir, ur r-controlled er, ir, ur Sequence Sequence Lets Talk About It! Lets Talk About It! Tomorrow we will read about a turtle and a beaver that need to share a pond. Tomorrow we will read about a turtle and a beaver that need to share a pond. Slide 39 Turtles Race with Beaver Monday Journal Topic List ways people can solve a conflict. Slide 40 Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Turtle and Beaver. We will read about how they compete in a race that is not just for recreation. What are some times you have been in a race? Slide 41 Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Turtle and Beaver. We will read about how they compete in a race that is not just for recreation. What are some times you have been in a race? Slide 42 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, r-controlled er, ir, ur sequence, summarize, high-frequency words, vocabulary words, and singular and plural nouns Slide 43 Turtles Race with Beaver Amazing Words Slide 44 coax When you gently talk someone into doing something, you coax that person. My brother coaxed me into letting him ride my bike. Mom sometimes has to coax the baby into eating. Slide 45 ramp A ramp is a slope or slant that connects two different levels. Cars go down a ramp from the street to the parking garage. At the pool, you can slide down a ramp into the water. Slide 46 ramp Slide 47 startle star - tle When you startle someone, you surprise and shock them very suddenly. The huge boom of thunder startled me so that I dropped my glass. The dogs sharp bark startled the children. Slide 48 Read-Aloud A Ducky Day Slide 49 Turtles Race with Beaver Spelling Words her curl person skirt nurse purse dirt turtle turn hamburger birth surface serve perfect curb Word Wall Words him truck gum sale same Slide 50 Word Family Word gum (online dictionary) (online dictionary) (online dictionary) ConsonantDigraphsBlends bum hum sum chum drum glum scum slum strum swum Slide 51 Word Family Word gum slum chum drum scum slum strum Slide 52 r-Controlled er, ir, ur When the letters u, e, or i are followed by r, they usually have an r- controlled sound. When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowel sounds. Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word. Slide 53 r-Controlled er, ir, ur squirt verb purse winter circus murmur birthday Slide 54 r-Controlled er, ir, ur nerve first burden confirm Thursday clerk Slide 55 Listen to listen to poem. Slide 56 r-Controlled er, ir, ur Find the r-controlled words in Sisters Who Share. sisters share mother disturb hers dirt furry shirt firm Fern germ Slide 57 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur Slide 58 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur disturb Slide 59 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur shirtdisturb Slide 60 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur shirt dirt disturb Slide 61 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur hersshirt dirt disturb Slide 62 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur hersshirt dirt disturb furry Slide 63 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur hers germ shirt dirt disturb furry Slide 64 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur hers germ shirt dirt firm disturb furry Slide 65 r-Controlled er, ir, ur: disturb, shirt, dirt, hers, furry, germ, firm, Fern erirur hers germ Fern shirt dirt firm disturb furry Slide 66 r-Controlled er, ir, ur She held the purse next to her skirt. A nurse is a good person to help you. Watch the turtle walk across the dirt path. Slide 67 Sequence Sequence is the order in which things happen. When you read, think about what happens first, next, and last in a story. Notice clues from the pictures to tell about the order of events. Look for clue words to help you understand when things are happening: while, soon, after,then, before, first, next, and last Slide 68 Summarize A summary is a short retelling of the main points of a story. Summarizing in your own words as you read can help you remember the main events in a story. Ask yourself what the characters want, what the problem is, and how the problem is solved. Slide 69 Build Background Slide 70 Turtles Race with Beaver High Frequency Words toward ago word whole above enough Slide 71 High-Frequency Word Review enough beautiful toward work above build ago bear word animals whole though Slide 72 Vocabulary Words buried - covered dam something that blocks the flow of water lodge a beavers den challenge to invite someone to take part in a game or an argument halfway in the middle embarrassed uncomfortable or ashamed Slide 73 Beavers, Beaver Dams &amp; Lodges Slide 74 Vocabulary Words My friend wanted to ____ me to a race. My friend wanted to challenge me to a race. She wanted to run all the way to the beaver ___. She wanted to run all the way to the beaver lodge. We raced past a ____ made of rocks. We raced past a dam made of rocks. Slide 75 Vocabulary Words I stopped when I saw something almost ___in the mud. I stopped when I saw something almost buried in the mud. I was ___ when my friend raced past me. I was embarrassed when my friend raced past me. I raced only ____, but I found a big prizea gold rock! I raced only halfway, but I found a big prizea gold rock! Slide 76 Daily Fix-It they were siting in the dert They were sitting in the dirt. turtle took a purse Turtle took a purse. Slide 77 Singular and Plural Nouns A singular noun describes one person, place, animal, or thing. A plural noun describes more than one person, place, animal, or thing. Add an s to most singular nouns to make them plural. If the noun ends in x, ch, s, sh, or ss add an es to make it plural. Slide 78 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor Slide 79 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floorfloors Slide 80 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax floors Slide 81 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax floors taxes Slide 82 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face floors taxes Slide 83 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face floors taxes faces Slide 84 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass floors taxes faces Slide 85 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass floors taxes faces glasses Slide 86 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush floors taxes faces glasses Slide 87 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush floors taxes faces glasses brushes Slide 88 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush watch floors taxes faces glasses brushes Slide 89 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush watch floors taxes faces glasses brushes watches Slide 90 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush watch book floors taxes faces glasses brushes watches Slide 91 Singular and Plural Nouns SingularPlural floor tax face glass brush watch book floors taxes faces glasses brushes watches books Slide 92 Wrap Up Your Day! High-Frequency Words High-Frequency Words Summarize Summarize Lets Talk About It! Lets Talk About It! Tomorrow we will hear about a duck family that needs help. Tomorrow we will hear about a duck family that needs help. Slide 93 Turtles Race with Beaver Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time you had a disagreement with someone. Slide 94 Turtles Race with Beaver Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a duck who lays her eggs in an odd place. The mother duck wants to protect her babies from hazards. Why might the baby ducks be skittish? Slide 95 Turtles Race with Beaver Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a duck who lays her eggs in an odd place. The mother duck wants to protect her babies from hazards. Why might the baby ducks be skittish? Slide 96 Today we will learn about: new amazing words, contractions, r-controlled er, ir, ur, high-frequency words, time and space words for sequence, and singular and plural nouns Slide 97 Turtles Race with Beaver Amazing Words Slide 98 serape ser - ape A serape is a shawl or blanket that people can wear over their shirts. Serapes are worn in Latin America and usually have bright colors, often stripes. Mom got a serape in Mexico that she wears sometimes instead of a sweater. A girl at school has a serape with red and green and yellow stripes. Slide 99 serape Slide 100 vacation va ca tion A vacation is a time away from school or your usual duties. When you take a vacation, you can say you vacation. Our family vacationed at the lake last summer. It was the first vacation we ever took away from home. Slide 101 Read-Aloud A Ducky Day Slide 102 Contractions Two WordsContractions Slide 103 Two WordsContractions does not Slide 104 Contractions Two WordsContractions does not doesnt Slide 105 Contractions Two WordsContractions does not who is doesnt Slide 106 Contractions Two WordsContractions does not who is doesnt whos Slide 107 Contractions Two WordsContractions does not who is she is doesnt whos Slide 108 Contractions Two WordsContractions does not who is she is doesnt whos shes Slide 109 Contractions Two WordsContractions does...</p>