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  1. How can we contribute to a celebration?Click to listen to story.

  2. Small Groups Timer

  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 Turkey for Thanksgiving

  5. A Turkey for Thanksgiving

  6. A Turkey for Thanksgiving

  7. Big Question:How can we contribute to a celebration? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday

  8. A Turkey for Thanksgiving Monday

  9. A Turkey for ThanksgivingMonday

  10. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Long a: a, ai, ay • Drawing conclusions • Possessive Nouns

  11. Turkey for Thanksgiving

  12. dine • dine • When you dine, you eat dinner. • We dined on a huge turkey on Thanksgiving Day. • We will dine on hot dogs and potato salad at the picnic.

  13. holiday • hol – i – day • A holiday is a day when people celebrate something special. • Thanksgiving is a holiday for people in the United States. • The 4th of July is the holiday when we celebrate the birth of our country.

  14. participate • par – tic – i - pate • When you participate in something, you join in. • The girls always participate in soccer. • Gwen wants to participate in the singing contest.

  15. Click to listen to the song.

  16. Long a: a, ai, ay • late • What do you know about reading this word? • late • Today we’ll learn about ai and ay words that also stand for the long a sound.

  17. apron • CVCe-When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound. • make • race • plate • CVVC-When two vowels appear together in a word or syllable, the first usually stands for its long sound and the second is silent. • braid • nail • train • CVV –The letters ay usually stand for the long a sound. • day • play • stay • CV – When a word or a syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long. • paper • baby • label

  18. Long a: a, ai, ay • laid • laid • When the letters ai are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the i is silent. • “When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

  19. Long a: a, ai, ay • stay • stay • When the letters ay are together in a word or syllable, the a stands for its long vowel sound and the y is silent. • “When 2 vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second one stays quiet.”

  20. Long a: a, ai, ay • You can blend longer words with the long a by dividing them into smaller chunks, or syllables. • When a word or syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. • today • to day

  21. Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. • snail • gray • braid • clay • sprain • sway • paint

  22. Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. • aim • hay • claim • stay • gain • way • faint

  23. Long a: a, ai, ayBuilding Words a – i – o b – d – n r – t - y

  24. rain bake away say claim crack pail maze stain fray race parched afraid sway match Word Reading

  25. A Turkey for Thanksgiving

  26. Word Family Word – nice(online dictionary)

  27. Word Family Word – nice dice spice slice mice rice

  28. Word Family Word – ride(online dictionary)

  29. Word Family Word – ride hide bride tide slide glide stride

  30. Let Talk About Working Together!

  31. Draw Conclusions • To draw conclusions, we use what we know about real life and what we read to figure out more about the characters and what happens in the story. • Good readers ask themselves if their conclusions make sense.

  32. Read-AloudHappy’s Holiday

  33. The dog had pant on his tal. The dog had paint on his tail. he wantted to wash it awae. He wanted to wash it away. Daily Fix-It

  34. Possessive Nouns • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, animal, or thing. • Some nouns change spelling when they become plural.

  35. Possessive Nouns • A noun that shows who or what owns something is a possessive noun. • To show ownership, add an apostrophe (’) and –s when the noun is singular. • the turkey’s tail (one turkey, singular)

  36. Possessive Nouns • Add just an apostrophe (’) when the noun is plural. • The rabbits’ tails (more than one rabbit, plural)

  37. Possessive Nouns • Happy the Dog’s party was fun! • All of his friend’s food was very good. • All of his friends’ food was very good. • Hermans’ belly was full after dinner. • Herman’s belly was full after dinner.

  38. Possessive Nouns • head of one horse • horse’s head • legs of two goats • goats’ legs • mane of one lion • lion’s mane • dinner of several animals • animals’ dinner

  39. Wrap Up Your Day! • Long a: a, ai, ay • Draw Conclusions • Let’s Talk About It • Tomorrow we will read about a group of animals who are celebrating Thanksgiving.

  40. A Turkey for ThanksgivingMonday

  41. A Turkey for ThanksgivingTuesday

  42. A Turkey for ThanksgivingTuesday

  43. Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Long a: a, ai, ay • Drawing conclusions • Visualizing • High-Frequency Words • Vocabulary Words • Possessive Nouns

  44. Turkey for Thanksgiving

  45. decorate • dec – o –rate • When you decorate, you make it as pretty as you can. • My mom decorated my birthday cake with baseballs made of frosting. • We decorated the Thanksgiving dinner table with little turkeys we made out of paper.

  46. banquet • ban - quet • A banquet is a very special dinner. • Our school held a special banquet in the gym for all the parents. • There was an awards banquet at the end of the season for all the teams.

  47. flare • flare • When something flares, it flames or lights briefly and unsteadily. • The campfire flare up before it went out. • Dad struck a match to light the birthday candles, and they flared up quickly.

  48. Read-AloudMy First Chinese New Year

  49. Long a: a, ai, ay • claim • You can read this word because you know how to read words with the long a sound. • Which letters makes the long a sound in claim?