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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
Big Question:How can we contribute to a celebration? • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday
Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Long a: a, ai, ay • Drawing conclusions • Possessive Nouns
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.”
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.”
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
Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. • snail • gray • braid • clay • sprain • sway • paint
Long a: a, ai, ay Blend these words together. • aim • hay • claim • stay • gain • way • faint
Long a: a, ai, ayBuilding Words a – i – o b – d – n r – t - y
rain bake away say claim crack pail maze stain fray race parched afraid sway match Word Reading
Word Family Word – nice dice spice slice mice rice
Word Family Word – ride hide bride tide slide glide stride
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.
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
Possessive Nouns • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, animal, or thing. • Some nouns change spelling when they become plural.
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)
Possessive Nouns • Add just an apostrophe (’) when the noun is plural. • The rabbits’ tails (more than one rabbit, plural)
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.
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
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.
Today we will learn about: • Amazing Words • Long a: a, ai, ay • Drawing conclusions • Visualizing • High-Frequency Words • Vocabulary Words • Possessive Nouns
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.
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.
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.
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?