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  1. Where do creative ideas come from?Click to listen to story.

  2. SmallGroupTimer

  3. Vocabulary & 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 Review Games

  4. A Weed Is a Flower

  5. A Weed Is a Flower

  6. A Weed Is a Flower

  7. Big Question:Where do creative ideas come from? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  8. A Weed Is a FlowerMonday

  9. A Weed Is a FlowerMonday

  10. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Comparative endings • Cause/effect • Verbs: am, is, are, was, were

  11. A Weed Is a Flower

  12. excel • ex – cel • When you excel at something, you’re better than most people at it. • Kayla excels at math. • Inventors excel in creative thinking.

  13. process • proc – ess • When you process something, you prepare it by following a set of steps. • My raincoat has been processed to make it waterproof. • People process peanuts into many things, including shaving cream and shampoo.

  14. research • re – search • Research means a very careful investigation or hunting for facts. • I did a lot of research to make sure the facts in my report about weather were correct. • People found many ways to use peanuts through research.

  15. Click to listen to a song about what you can make out of a peanut.

  16. Comparative Endings • joking - dried • What do you know about reading these words? • Both has a base word, an ending and a spelling change. • What are the endings? • What are the spelling changes? • Today you’ll learn about the endings –er and –est.

  17. Comparative Endings • funnier - funniest • The base word in these words is funny. What spelling changes do you see? • To blend these words, read one chunk, or syllable, at a time and then blend the chunks together: • fun, ni, er, funnier; fun, ni, est, funniest

  18. Comparative Endings • We add –er to words when we compare two things. • My joke is funnier than yours.

  19. Comparative Endings • We add –est to words when we compare three things: • Kelly told the funniest joke of all.

  20. Comparative Endings • Chunk the word into parts, the base word and the ending. • See if the base word has a spelling change. • Read the chunks from left to right and then blend all the chunks together.

  21. Comparative Endings • slow, slower, slowest • big, bigger, biggest • polite, politer, politest • fluffy, fluffier, fluffiest • sunny, sunnier, sunniest • long, longer, longest • mad, madder, maddest • fine, finer, finest

  22. Comparative Endings

  23. Comparative Endings

  24. Comparative Endings

  25. Comparative Endings

  26. Comparative Endings

  27. Comparative Endings

  28. Comparative Endings

  29. Comparative Endings

  30. Comparative Endings

  31. Comparative Endings

  32. Comparative Endings

  33. Comparative Endings

  34. Comparative Endings

  35. Comparative Endings

  36. Comparative Endings

  37. hottest rarest lovelier biggest braver funniest maddest tamest healthiest fatter later sunnier thinner safest scarier Comparative Endings

  38. A Weed Is a Flower

  39. Word Family Rhymes – bead(online dictionary)

  40. Word Family Rhymes – bead read plead

  41. Word Family Rhymes – cold (online dictionary)

  42. Word Family Rhymes – cold hold mold fold gold told sold scold

  43. Let’s Talk about Creative Ideas

  44. Cause and Effect • Most things happen for a reason. • Good readers ask themselves what happens and why it happens. • Paying attention to why things happen helps you understand what you read.

  45. Read-Aloud Louis Braille

  46. Daily Fix-It he am the hapiest dog He is the happiest dog. where is their a place too sit Where is there a place to sit?

  47. Verbs: am, is, are, was, were • A verb can tell what someone or something is doing. • A verb can show something that happens now, in the past, or in the future.

  48. Verbs: am, is, are, was, were • The verbs am, is, are, was, and were do not show action. • They show what someone or something is or was. • These verbs are forms of the verb to be.

  49. Verbs: am, is, are, was, were • The verbs am, is, and are, tell about now. • I am an inventor. • Jen is an inventor. • Des and Ali are inventors.