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  1. When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask?Click to listen to story.

  2. Small Groups Timer

  3. Vocabulary & Amazing Words: Arcade Games Jigword Matchword Speedword Wordsearch Word Web Spelling City – vocabulary words Spelling City – amazing words Spelling Words: Speedword Word Web Quia Games Spelling City High Frequency Words Fill-in-the Blank Spelling City Review Games

  4. The Strongest One

  5. The Strongest One

  6. The Strongest One

  7. The Strongest One

  8. Big Question: When we are searching for answers, whom can we ask? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  9. The Strongest OneMonday

  10. The Strongest OneMonday

  11. Today we will learn about: • new amazing words, • consonant digraphs, • realism and fantasy, and • commands and exclamations

  12. Exploring SpaceMonday

  13. delicate • del – i - cate • Something that is delicate is thin and easily broken. Delicate means the opposite of sturdy. • My mom says to be very careful with that old vase because it’s so delicate. • Be careful not to step on the delicate flowers in the garden.

  14. inquire • in - quire • Inquire means to ask questions or to try to find out something. • My dad inquired about the soccer schedule. • My teacher inquired whether I had done all my homework.

  15. sturdy • stur - dy • Something that is sturdy is strong and solid. • You can stand on that sturdy bench to reach the cupboard. • The sturdy tree in the park was not affected by the big storm.

  16. Sing with Me • We are going to listen to a song about how to find answers to questions. • Where to Inquire • Click to listen.

  17. Consonant Digraphs • diskself • What do you know about reading these words? • Today we’ll learn about words that begin and end with two or three consonants that stand for a single sound.

  18. chalk Consonant digraphs consist of unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from each consonant alone. Initial ch: chin chop chess Final ch: much ranch pinch -tch: match itch patch

  19. Consonant Digraphs • pitch • The sound /ch/ can be spelled with the letters ch or tch. • In the word pitch, the letters tch stand for /ch/.

  20. shark Consonant digraphs consist of two unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from either consonant alone. Initial: shop shock ship shell shut shelf Final: dish fish dash brush crash hush

  21. thermometer Consonant digraphs consist of two unlike consonants that stand for a single sound that is different from either consonant alone. Initial: thin that thick think thump thrill Final: bath with path fifth sixth tenth

  22. whale The letters wh may b pronounced /hw/ or /w/. whale which whip when white whiff

  23. Consonant Digraphs • shark • The letters sh stand for the sound /sh/. • thermometer • The letters th stand for the sound /th/. • whale • The letters wh stand for the sound /wh/.

  24. shape thick white that thing which math those fetch church bush shy Consonant Digraphs

  25. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  26. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  27. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  28. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  29. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  30. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  31. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  32. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  33. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  34. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  35. Consonant Digraphs whale, those, chase, such, hatch, fish, with, show, whether, pitch

  36. chose much hatch with mush flat hitch bath sash what batch slip shell bash when Word Reading

  37. The Strongest One

  38. Word Family Word – stop(online dictionary)

  39. Word Family Word – stop hop cop crop mop chop top shop

  40. Word Family Word – into(online dictionary)

  41. Word Family Word – into pin bin shin cotton gin grin skin chin tin cans fin

  42. Let’s Talk About Exploration!

  43. Realism and Fantasy • There are two kinds of made-up stories—those that could really happen and those that could never happen. • A realistic story tells about something that could happen. • A fantasy is a story about something that could not happen. • Good readers look for clues that tell them whether a story could really happen or not.

  44. Read-Aloud A Nice Place to Sleep

  45. Monday’s Fix-It do you really believe that story Do you really believe that story? an animal can’t An animal can’t really talk.

  46. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period. The subject of a command is you, but you is usually not shown. Pack your suitcase.

  47. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • An exclamation is a sentence that shows surprise or strong feelings. It begins with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark. What a great trip this will be! I can’t wait to go!

  48. Grammar: Commands & Exclamations • bring your camera • Bring your camera. • put your jacket on • Put your jacket on. • wow, I am so excited • Wow, I am so excited!

  49. Wrap Up Your Day! • Consonant Digraphs • Realism and Fantasy • Let’s Talk About It! • Tomorrow the class will read a fantasy about an ant that wants to know who is the strongest one in the world.