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  1. How do inventors turn ideas into inventions?

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  6. Big Question:How do inventors turn ideas into inventions? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  7. Pearl & WagnerMonday

  8. Pearl & WagnerMonday

  9. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • long e: ee, ee, ea, y • author’s purpose • verbs

  10. Pearl & Wagner

  11. construct • con - struct • If 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.

  12. sidekick • side - kick • If 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.

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

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. relax cheese funny me beach she pony street breeze he cozy speech cream tease we clean Long e: e, ee, ea, y

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  30. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  31. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  32. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  33. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  34. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  35. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  36. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  37. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  38. Long e: e, ee, ea, ysilly, greet, neat, sleep, equal, replay, crease, ladySort these long e words by spelling pattern.

  39. below flex germ meat keep perky greet fetch term heap beach reverse lazy peck clerk Word Reading:Long and Short e

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  41. Let’s Talk AboutCreative Ideas

  42. 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. How do inventors turn ideas into inventions?Put the steps in order from first to last.

  43. Author’s Purpose • An 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.

  44. Daily Fix-It carl think of a idea? Carl thinks of an idea. then he make a meel Then he makes a meal.

  45. Grammar: Verbs • A 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.

  46. Grammar: Verbs • Ahmed 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.

  47. A Pearl & WagnerMonday

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  50. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • long e • author’s purpose • high frequency words • vocabulary • verbs