How can familiar things help us with changes?

How can familiar things help us with changes?

How can familiar things help us with changes? Click to listen to story. Small Group Timer Review Games 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 Quilt Story Amazing Words preserve

represent valuable tough concentration frown homeland patient Vocabulary Words blankets pretended

quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Quilt Story

High Frequency Words beautiful country friend front someone

somewhere Quilt Story Word Family Words start born year cheer boy

Spelling ankle title apple cable

purple able bugle twinkle Words bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle mumble scramble

Big Question: How can familiar things help us with changes? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Quilt Story Monday

Morning Warm-Up Our world is changing all the time. Changing is often hard. How can familiar things help us with changes? Quilt Story Monday Morning Warm-Up Our world is changing all the time. Changing is

often hard. How can familiar things help us with changes? Today we will learn about: Amazing Words Syllables C + le

Compare and Contrast Story Structure Adjectives and Our Senses Quilt Story Amazing Words preserve pre serve When you preserve something, you keep it protected from

anything that would cause it to be ruined or spoiled. You can preserve a photo by putting it in a frame. You can preserve food by freezing it. represent rep re sent To represent something means to stand for it or symbolize it. A person can represent another person or thing.

Flags represent countries. A mayor represents the people of a city. valuable val u - a - ble If something is worth something or is important to you, it is valuable. Your friends are valuable to you. Your mother may have given you a valuable piece of jewelry.

Click to listen to a song about some favorite, familiar things. Syllables: C + le locate You studied two-syllable words like this already. What do you know

about reading two-syllables words? Today well learn about two-syllable words that end with a consonant and le. If a word ends with a consonant and le, those three letters make the last syllable in the word. bun / dle Syllables: C + le wiggle You can blend two-syllable words with consonant + le by dividing

them into smaller parts. We usually divide the word so the last consonant + le make up the last syllable of the word. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. wig / gle Syllables: C + le

dim / ple gig / gle ca / ble pud / dle sprin / kle ap / ple cra / dle

sim / ple bub / ble spar / kle pur / ple sta / ble Making Words

a, e, u b, g, j, l, m, n, p, s, t Syllables: C + le

wiggle title lumber mumble pilot middle rifle focus

panic ladle bugle tablet noble baby puzzle

Syllables: C + le Review: If a word ends in a consonant plus le, those three letters usually make up the last syllable of the word. Read one syllable at a time and then blend them together. Quilt Story Word Family Words start

born year cheer boy

Spelling ankle title apple cable purple able bugle twinkle Words

bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle mumble scramble Quilt Story Word Family Word start (online dictionary) Consonant

Digraphs Bart cart dart mart part tart chart Blends

smart Word Family Word part hart mart chart cart

dart tart Quilt Story Word Family Word born (online dictionary) Consonant Digraphs corn

horn torn thorn Blends scorn sworn Quilt Story Word Family Word born

corn (maize) horn thorn sworn torn Compare & Contrast Remember A Walk in the Desert. How are our town and a desert

alike and how are they different? Compare & Contrast A selection contains many different ideas. A writer can organize these ideas in various ways. Good readers pay attention to the way ideas are organized. Compare & Contrast One way to organize ideas is to tell how things are alike and different.

A writer can use clue words, such as like and also, to tell how things are alike. A writer can use clue words, such as but and unlike, to tell how things are different. Story Structure Story structure is how the writer fits all the parts of the story together. A writer can organize story ideas by contrasting how things are different or comparing how things are alike.

Daily Fix-It jill rod a purple bike Jill rode a purple bike. rick put tap on his ankel Rick put tape on his ankle. Grammar: Adjectives An adjective describes a person,

place, animal, or thing. An adjective can tell how something looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. My family loves hot cornbread. Hot describes the way the cornbread tastes and feels. Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. Grammar: Adjectives

Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. She added pepper and green chilies.

Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. She added pepper and green chilies. She stirred to make smooth batter. Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold

milk. She added pepper and green chilies. She stirred to make smooth batter. Now I make delicious cornbread too. Grammar: Adjectives Grandmother always used yellow cornmeal. She put in flour, eggs, and cold milk. She added pepper and green chilies.

She stirred to make smooth batter. Now I make delicious cornbread too. Wrap Up Our Day! Words that end with consonant + le Compare and contrast Lets Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about something that makes a girl feel like she is homeno matter where she is. Quilt Story

Monday Journal Topic Write about why friendships are valuable. Quilt Story Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a warm, old quilt. This quilt changes over time. Have

you ever owned something for a long time? Quilt Story Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about a warm, old quilt. This quilt changes over time. Have you ever owned something for a long time? Today we will learn about:

Syllables consonant + le Amazing Words Vocabulary Words Prefixes Word Structure Adjectives and Our Senses

Quilt Story Amazing Words tough tough If something is difficult to do, it is tough. If something can take a lot of wear and tear without breaking or being damaged, it is tough.

It might be tough to decide what kind of pet you want. Jeans are made from a tough material. Some meat is tough to chew. concentration con cen tra - tion When you are thinking about one thing very carefully, that is concentration. If you are trying to solve a math problem and are not paying

attention to anything else, you are in deep concentration. When all you will do for a morning is clean your room, your concentration is on cleaning. frown frown When you frown, you wrinkle your forehead and draw your eyebrows together, usually when you are worried, angry, or thinking. You may frown when you try to

think of an answer to a hard question. A person who is worried about a lost pet may frown. A smile is the opposite of a frown. Read-Aloud Kimis Ocean Syllables: C + le simple You can read this word because you know how to read two-syllable

words that end with consonant + le. When you come to a two-syllable word that ends with consonant + le, look for the two syllables. Read them and then read the word. Syllables: C + le

gentle twinkle jiggle dimple dazzle kettle maple Click to

listen to My Teddy Bear. Syllables: C + le Find words with consonant + le in My Teddy Bear.

struggle snuggle trouble pickle little tickle Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle,

ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle -dle -ble -ple Syllables: C + le

scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle -dle -ble scribble -ple

Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle -dle -ble scribble mumble

-ple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle -dle cradle

-ble scribble mumble -ple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle

-kle -dle cradle -ble scribble mumble -ple ripple Syllables: C + le

scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle -dle cradle -ble scribble

mumble -ple ripple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle

ankle -dle cradle -ble scribble mumble -ple ripple Syllables: C + le

scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle ankle -dle cradle riddle

-ble scribble mumble -ple ripple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle

-kle sprinkle ankle -dle cradle riddle paddle -ble scribble mumble

-ple ripple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle ankle

-dle cradle riddle paddle -ble scribble mumble cable -ple ripple

Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle ankle -dle cradle riddle

paddle -ble scribble mumble cable -ple ripple simple Syllables: C + le

scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle, ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle ankle -dle cradle riddle paddle

-ble scribble mumble cable -ple ripple simple staple Syllables: C + le scribble, mumble, cradle, ripple, sprinkle,

ankle, riddle, paddle, cable, simple, staple, twinkle -kle sprinkle ankle twinkle -dle cradle riddle paddle

-ble scribble mumble cable -ple ripple simple staple Quilt Story Word Family Words

start born year cheer boy

Spelling ankle title apple cable purple able bugle twinkle

Words bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle mumble scramble Word Family Word year (online dictionary) Consonant

dear fear gear hear near rear sear tear year Digraphs

shear Blends clear smear spear Quilt Story Word Family Word year fear

year gear sear hear shear tear rear

smear clear spear Syllables: C + le My brother and I giggle when we tickle each other. My brother and I giggle when we tickle each other. The stars sparkle and twinkle at night.

The stars sparkle and twinkle at night. Syllables: C + le The cable is made of purple wires. The cable is made of purple wires. What is the title of the song she played on her bugle? What is the title of the song she played on her bugle? Vocabulary Words quilt a bed covering made by

stitching together layers of fabric wrapped covered by winding or folding pretended make-believe stuffing soft material used to fill an object trunks sturdy boxes in which objects are packed (next words) quilt quilting frames

wrapped stuffing trunks unpacked blankets stitched

hatchet patchwork Vocabulary Words blankets coverings for beds used to keep sleepers warm unpacked removed from a suitcase or other container stitched fastened together with stitches hatchet small ax with a short handle patchwork different pieces of cloth

sewn together (pictures of quilting frames) Vocabulary Words Review quilt

mother pretended father stuffing warm blankets family

unpacked ago Vocabulary Strategy: Word Structure There are strategies to use when you come across words you dont understand. You can look them up in a dictionary or glossary. You can look for context clues in the words and sentences around the unknown word. Sometimes you can get the meaning from word parts such as the base word and

prefix. Daily Fix-It i ate a puple grape I ate a purple grape. did you blow a buble Did you blow a bubble? Grammar: Adjectives

An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing. An adjective can tell how something looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. Mother made a large quilt. Large tells how the quilt looks. Wrap Up Our Day! Lesson Vocabulary Story Structure Lets Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about an

object that brings joy to all kinds of living things. Quilt Story Tuesday Journal Topic Write about something special you packed for a trip. Quilt Story Wednesday Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read more about McKenna and Kimi. McKenna is able to help Kimi feel a little better. How do you make your friends feel better? Quilt Story Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read more about McKenna and Kimi. McKenna is able to help

Kimi feel a little better. How do you make your friends feel better? Today we will learn about: Amazing Words Comparative Endings

Words with consonant + le Multiple-meaning words Adjectives and Our Senses Quilt Story Amazing Words homeland home land Your homeland is the country in which you were born or

where you feel you belong. Your homeland may be the country you remember living in as a child. People who were born or raised in France call it their homeland. patient pa - tient A patient person can wait for something or put up with some trouble without complaining or

getting upset. You have to be patient when waiting in line. It takes time to learn how to play a musical instrument, so you must be patient. You must be patient when teaching younger brothers or sisters how to do new things. Read-Aloud Kimis Ocean

Comparative Endings: -er and -est bigger - biggest You can read these words because you know how to read base words with endings. The ending er is used to compare two things, and the ending est is used to compare three or more things. Sometimes the final consonant is doubled before -er or est is added. If the base word ends in y, change the y to an i before adding er or -est

Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word Two Things Three Things Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word

green Two Things Three Things Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green Two Things

greener Three Things Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green Two Things

greener Three Things greenest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow

Two Things greener Three Things greenest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green

slow Two Things greener slower Three Things greenest Comparative Endings: -er and -est

Base Word green slow Two Things greener slower Three Things greenest

slowest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow sad Two Things greener

slower Three Things greenest slowest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow

sad Two Things greener slower sadder Three Things greenest slowest

Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow sad Two Things greener slower sadder

Three Things greenest slowest saddest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow

sad happy Two Things greener slower sadder Three Things greenest slowest

saddest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow sad happy Two Things

greener slower sadder happier Three Things greenest slowest saddest Comparative Endings: -er and -est

Base Word green slow sad happy Two Things greener slower sadder happier

Three Things greenest slowest saddest happiest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green

slow sad happy brave Two Things greener slower sadder happier Three Things

greenest slowest saddest happiest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow sad

happy brave Two Things greener slower sadder happier braver Three Things

greenest slowest saddest happiest Comparative Endings: -er and -est Base Word green slow sad happy

brave Two Things greener slower sadder happier braver Three Things greenest

slowest saddest happiest bravest Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped Grandma and I used cloth scraps to make a patchwork ____.

Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped Grandma and I used cloth scraps to make a patchwork quilt. I ____ the present in bright paper and ribbons before I give it to my mom. Vocabulary Words

blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped Grandma and I used cloth scraps to make a patchwork quilt. I wrapped the present in bright paper and ribbons before I give it to my mom. My brother_____ he was a dragon. Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks,

unpacked, wrapped Grandma and I used cloth scraps to make a patchwork quilt. I wrapped the present in bright paper and ribbons before I give it to my mom. My brother pretended he was a dragon. The _____ inside my pillow makes it soft. Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped

Grandma and I used cloth scraps to make a patchwork quilt. I wrapped the present in bright paper and ribbons before I give it to my mom. My brother pretended he was a dragon. The stuffing inside my pillow makes it soft. Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped

We stored our old clothes and toys in ____ in the attic. Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped We stored our old clothes and toys in trunks in the attic. The house was cold so mom and I put extra ____ on the beds.

Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped We stored our old clothes and toys in trunks in the attic. The house was cold so mom and I put extra blankets on the beds. After the trip, I opened my suitcase and ____ my clothes.

Vocabulary Words blankets, pretended, quilt, stuffing, trunks, unpacked, wrapped We stored our old clothes and toys in trunks in the attic. The house was cold so mom and I put extra blankets on the beds. After the trip, I opened my suitcase and unpacked my clothes. Quilt Story

Word Family Words start born year cheer boy

Spelling ankle title apple cable purple able bugle

twinkle Words bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle mumble scramble Quilt Story Word Family Word cheer

Consonant beer deer jeer leer peer veer (online dictionary) Digraphs

Blends sneer steer Quilt Story Word Family Word cheer deer veer jeer

sneer leer steer peer steer Multiple-Meaning Words Words that have more than one

meaning are multiple-meaning words. The trunk of this tree is bumpy and brown. We put bags in the trunk of our car. Water squirted from the elephants trunk. Dan put on his trunks and went for a swim. Multiple-Meaning Words change

Liz put her change in her piggy bank. Please change your wet clothes. Babies grow and change over time. Daily Fix-It ann made an aple pie. Ann made an apple pie. do you like pie.

Do you like pie? Grammar: Adjectives An adjective describes a person, place, animal, or thing. An adjective can tell how something looks, sounds, tastes, feels, or smells. Grammar: Adjectives Think of words that tells how these fruits taste, look, feel, smell, and sounds.

Apple Grape Wrap Up Our Day! Compare and Contrast Read with Accuracy and Appropriate Pace Lets Talk About It Tomorrow we will read about a quilt that was made for a special birthday celebration.

Quilt Story Wednesday Journal Topic Write a paragraph explaining how a tree's trunk changes over time. Quilt Story Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about another quilt. It was stitched by the

people of Brewster. The pictures on the quilt represent important things about the town. What would a quilt of your town include? Quilt Story Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about another quilt. It was stitched by the people of Brewster. The pictures on the quilt represent important

things about the town. What would a quilt of your town include? Today we will learn about: Review Amazing Words Review Vocabulary Words Syllables: consonant + le

Adjectives and Our Senses Quilt Story Amazing Words preserve

represent valuable tough concentration frown homeland patient Read-Aloud The Good Gift Vocabulary Words

blankets pretended quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Sentence Reading Someone made that apple pie

on the table. The bridle might be somewhere in the stable. Did you see my friend cry when he took a tumble? Sentence Reading We will fly kites high in the sky when we go to the country. My beautiful purple bike is so nice to ride. I did not like the sight of a bee right there in the front yard.

Quilt Story Word Family Words start born year cheer boy

Spelling ankle title apple cable purple

able bugle twinkle Words bundle bubble giggle sparkle tickle mumble scramble

Quilt Story Word Family Word boy (online dictionary) Consonant coy joy Roy soy toy Digraphs

Blends ploy Troy Quilt Story Word Family Word boy joy coy

toy soy Making Memories: Changing with the Times Pages 34 - 39 Daily Fix-It tom has a bunndle of books? Tom has a bundle of books.

i am able to write my nam I am able to write my name. Adjectives Choose adjectives that describe each of the senses. Look Feel Taste

Sound Smell Wrap Up Our Day! Text to Self Lets Talk About It We have read selections that explain how familiar things can help us deal with changes. Tomorrow we will learn more about how things change.

Quilt Story Thursday Journal Topic List different landmarks in your city. Quilt Story Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about ways to make tough

changes easier. One way is to preserve familiar things. Why are familiar things valuable? Quilt Story Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about ways to make tough changes easier. One way is to preserve familiar things. Why are familiar

things valuable? Today we will learn about: Syllables: Consonant + le Vocabulary Words Adjectives and Our Senses Reference Sources

Quilt Story Amazing Words preserve represent

valuable tough concentration frown homeland patient Read-Aloud The Good Gift Vocabulary Words blankets pretended

quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Syllables: Consonant + le The baby slept in a simple little cradle. The baby slept in a simple little

cradle. I was able to pick the apple from the tree. I was able to pick the apple from the tree. Syllables: Consonant + le Mom will sprinkle pepper on top of my noodle dish. Mom will sprinkle pepper on top of my noodle dish. I like to snuggle and giggle with Mom and Dad.

I like to snuggle and giggle with Mom and Dad. Vocabulary Words wrapped, unpacked, stuffing, blankets, quilt, pretended, trunks This is something you can sew from squares of fabric. quilt You fill a quilt with this to make it soft. stuffing

This means the same as made believe. pretended This goes with chests and crates. trunks Vocabulary Words wrapped, unpacked, stuffing, blankets, quilt, pretended, trunks This is what you did when you returned home from a trip. unpacked

This is something that has been done to a gift. wrapped These help keep you warm at night. blankets Quilt Story Word Family Words start born year cheer

boy Spelling

ankle title apple cable purple able bugle twinkle Words bundle bubble giggle

sparkle tickle mumble scramble Quilt Story High Frequency Words beautiful

country friend front someone somewhere Daily Fix-It can jim play a buggle Can Jim play a bugle?

the show made Me giggle The show made me giggle. Reference Sources If you dont know the meaning, spelling, or pronunciation of a word, look it up in a dictionary. When you are looking for information about a topic, I sometimes use an encyclopedia. When you want to use more

interesting words in your writing, look in a thesaurus for different words that have similar meaning. Reference Sources If you want to see maps, use an atlas. You also use the computer as a reference source. You can use several reference sources on CDROM, such as encyclopedia, atlas, and thesaurus. You can use the computer to search the Internet for information

about a topic. Wrap Up Your Week! Lets Talk About Our Changing World Quilt Story Friday Journal Topic Write about a class that makes a special quilt.

We are now ready to take our story tests. Story test Classroom webpage, Student page, Taking Tests AR Other Reading Quizzes Quiz # 904633

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