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					How do plants change as they grow?
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Vocabulary & Amazing      Spelling Words:
  Words:                   Speedword
 Arcade Games             Word Web
 Jigword                  Quia Games

 Matchword                Spelling City

 Speedword

 Wordsearch              High Frequency Words:
 Word Web                 Match-Up
 Spelling City-Voc.       Spelling City

 Spelling City-Amazing
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Amazing Words
       adapt
       annual
       nutrients
       bury
       undisturbed
       ancient
       massive
       sprout
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
     Vocabulary Words
          Crossword Puzzle
        fruit
        soil
        root
        harvest
        vine
        bumpy
        smooth
        cycle
        wither
        tendrils
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
     High Frequency
         Words
         (Match It Game)
        everywhere
        live
        machines
        move
        woman
        work
        world
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
            Big Question:
How do plants change as they grow?

           Monday
           Tuesday
           Wednesday
           Thursday
           Friday
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Monday

     Morning Warm-Up

People change as they grow
older. Animals change too.
How do plants change as they
grow?
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Monday

     Morning Warm-Up

People change as they grow
older. Animals change too.
How do plants change as they
grow?
    Today we will learn about:
   Amazing Words
   Vowels oo, u
   Fact and Opinion
   Ask Questions
   Adjectives for Number, Size, and
    Shape
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin


      Amazing
       Words
                adapt
    a – dapt
   When things adapt, they change to
    fit new situations or surroundings.
   The plant had to adapt to a bigger
    pot.
   The dog had to adapt to its new
    home.
   The families adapt well to living in
    a different country.
               annual
    an – nu - al
   Something that happens one time a
    year is an annual event.
   A plant that lives only one year or
    season is called an annual.
   We have an annual Fourth of July
    parade in our city.
   We have an annual family reunion
    in August.
             nutrients
    nu – tri - ents
   Nutrients are things like proteins,
    vitamins, and minerals that people,
    animals, or plants need in order to
    grow and be healthy.
   When you eat healthy food, you get
    a lot of nutrients.
   Fruits and vegetables have many
    nutrients in them.
  Click to
 listen to
“An Annual
  Event.”
            Vowels oo, u
    pup
    What vowel sound do you hear in
    this word?
    Today we’ll learn that the vowels oo
    and u can stand for the sound of oo
    as in book.
   book
    The letters oo can stand for the vowel
    sound in book or in moon. Context
    provides the clue to pronunciation.
      book

      cook

      stood

      hook

      foot

      wood

      good

      shook

      took
   The letter u can stand for short u or the
    vowel sound in book. Context provides the
    clue to pronunciation.
      put

      push

      full
            Vowels oo, u

    pull
    The u in this word stands for the /u/
    sound.
   Are the vowels sounds the same in
    pup and in pull?
    Vowels oo, u
   cook       stood
   full       bush
   wood       crook
   push       hoof
   July       sugar
   took       hood
   bull
 Making Words


   o, o, u
b, f, h, k, l,
l, p, r, s, w
     Vowels oo, u
   wool          overlook
   bulldog       number
   book          bullet
   pudding       footstep
                  full
   woodpile
                  wooden
   must
                  textbook
   brook         sudden
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
Word Family Word – beg
            (online dictionary)


Consonant   Digraphs              Blends
leg                               dreg
Meg                               Greg
peg
Word Family Word – beg




                  dreg
 leg     peg
 Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
Word Family Word – berry
            (online dictionary)


Consonant   Digraphs              Blends
ferry       Sherry
merry       cherry
Perry
Terry
Word Family Word – berry



ferry              cherry
          merry




ferry               cherry
          merry
        Fact and Opinion
   Recall that when Abigail moved to a
    new home, she and her father had
    different opinions about the move.
   An opinion is what someone thinks
    or feels.
   A fact is a statement that can be
    proven true or false.
   An opinion is a statement that
    cannot be proven true or false
    because it tells ideas or feelings.
          Ask Questions
   Active readers often ask questions
    about the sentences they read.
   They might ask if a sentence is a
    fact or an opinion.
             Daily Fix-It



•   mike stod on a huge rok
•   Mike stood on a huge
    rock.
•   put your cap on the hook
•   Put your cap on the
    hook.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape
   An adjective describes a person,
    place, animal, or thing.
   Adjectives can tell how
    something looks, sounds, tastes,
    feels, or smells.
   Words for number, size, and
    shape are adjectives.
   The words a and an are also
    adjectives.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape
   A sunflower has small seeds.
   The word a describes how many
    sunflowers—one.
   Small describes the size of the
    seeds.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
   Sunflowers are tall plants.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
   Sunflowers are tall plants.
   Seeds grow in large heads.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
   Sunflowers are tall plants.
   Seeds grow in large heads.
   Tina took out oval seeds.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
   Sunflowers are tall plants.
   Seeds grow in large heads.
   Tina took out oval seeds.
   She filled five bags with seeds.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Tina planted ten sunflowers.
   Sunflowers are tall plants.
   Seeds grow in large heads.
   Tina took out oval seeds.
   She filled five bags with seeds.
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten                  tall
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten                  tall
                     large
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten                  tall                  oval
                     large
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten                  tall                  oval
five                 large
   Adjectives for Number,
      Size, and Shape
    Sort these words: ten, tall, large, oval, five, round



Describe Number       Describe Size        Describe Shape
ten                  tall                  oval
five                 large                 round
      Wrap Up Your Day!
   Vowels oo, u
   Spelling /u/ words
   Fact and Opinion
   Let’s Talk About It

   Tomorrow we will read about
    how a plant changes as it grows.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
          Monday

       Journal Topic

 Write about something you
 do that is an annual event.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
          Tuesday

       Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about
pumpkins. In four months,
they grow from tiny seeds to
large, round fruits. What else
grows from seeds?
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
          Tuesday

       Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about
pumpkins. In four months,
they grow from tiny seeds to
large, round fruits. What else
grows from seeds?
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
          Tuesday

       Morning Warm-Up
Today we will read about
pumpkins. In four months,
they grow from tiny seeds to
large, round fruits. What else
grows from seeds?
    Today we will learn about:
   Amazing Words
   Vowels oo, u
   Vocabulary Words
   Homonyms
   Context Clues
   Adjectives for Number, Size, and
    Shape
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin


      Amazing
       Words
                 bury
    bur - y
   When you put something in a hole
    under the ground, you bury it.
   The pirates bury treasure.
   The buried bulbs will bloom into
    tulips in the spring.
   The workers bury all the cable lines
    along the street.
           undisturbed
    un – dis – turbed
   If something is not bothered or not
    moved from its normal place or
    situation, it is undisturbed.
   Fred took an undisturbed nap on
    the couch.
   The new garden was undisturbed
    by the pets.
   The baby rabbits rested
    undisturbed in their nest in the
    grass.
              ancient
    an - cient
   Very old things are ancient.
   Events that happened more than
    2,000 years ago are ancient.
   The pyramids of Egypt are ancient
    structures.
Read-Aloud
  Turtle, Turtle,
   Watch Out
            Vowels oo, u
    look
    You can read this word because you
    know how to read words with the
    sound oo/u/.
   When you come to a new word, look
    at the letters from left to right, and
    think about the vowel sounds.
   Say the sounds in the word to
    yourself, and then read the word.
       Vowels oo, u
   football        hood
   bushy           push
   understood      fully
   shook           bullet
   bullfrog        notebook
 Click to
listen to
“A Good
 Seed.”
            Vowels oo, u
Find the words with oo, or u in “A Good Seed.”

                 good
                 nook
                 put
                 root
                 brook
                 full
                 wood
                 stood
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
 Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
 Word Family Word – but
            (online dictionary)

Consonant   Digraphs               Blends
cut         shut                  strut
gut
hut
jut
mutt
nut
put
rut
 Word Family Word – but



gut    cut     hut     jut     shut




mutt     nut     rut         strut
  Making Words


    o, o, u
b, d, g, h, k,
 l, l, p, s, w
          Vowels oo, u

   The cook put the wood in the
    pit.
   I wore a hood when I stood by
    the brook.
   Do not push or pull that big
    hook!
Build Background:
    A Life Cycle
              Vocabulary Words
    fruit – part of a plant that contains seeds
    soil – top layer of Earth’s surface
    root – part of a plant that takes in water and
    holds the plant in place
    harvest – to gather crops
    vine – a plant with a long, thin stem
    bumpy – covered with high spots or lumps
    smooth – flat or even
    cycle – a series of actions that happen in the
    same order
    wither – to dry up
    tendrils – a slender, curling part of a plant
   (next slide)
fruit
soil
root
harvest
vine
bumpy
cycle
wither
tendrils
           Vocabulary Words
     put, cook, stood, full, wood, July, shook, push, pull,
       brook, hook, hood, pudding, cushion, footprint

   Which words name parts of a plant?
    root, vine
   Which word names this group: apple, orange,
    peach?
   fruit
   Which word names something that a farmer
    might do?
    harvest
   Which words tell how something feels?
    bumpy, smooth
Vocabulary Review
   fruit        warm
   water        bumpy
   harvest      people
   animals      smooth
   vine         ago
            Context Clues
   There are strategies we can use when we
    come across words we don’t understand.
   We can look in a dictionary or glossary.
   We can get the meaning from word parts
    like the base word and prefix or ending.
   Sometimes we can look for context clues
    in the words and sentences around the
    unknown word.
   Today we will learn more about using
    context clues to find the meaning of a
    homonym.
              Daily Fix-It



   dad cut to pieces of wod
   Dad cut two pieces of
    wood.
   my birthday is in july
•   My birthday is in July.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Words for number, size, and
    shape are adjectives.
   The words a and an are also
    adjectives.
      Wrap Up Your Day!
   Lesson Vocabulary
   Ask Questions
   Let’s Talk About It

    Tomorrow we will discover more
    facts about pumpkin plants.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Tuesday

      Journal Topic

Write about a plant you or
 someone you know has
         grown.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Wednesday

     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read the book
about Turtle. We will take a
good look at how people help
her as she grows. Who helps
you as you grow?
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Wednesday

     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read the book
about Turtle. We will take a
good look at how people help
her as she grows. Who helps
you as you grow?
    Today we will learn about:
   Amazing Words
   Syllables: Consonant + le
   Vowels oo, u
   Antonyms
   Adjectives for Number, Size, and
    Shape
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin


      Amazing
       Words
             massive
    mas - sive
   Something is massive if it is
    extremely large.
   An elephant has a massive body.
   A massive rock blocked the
    entrance to the cave.
              sprout
    sprout
   A very young plant is a sprout.
   When a plant begins growing from a
    seed it sprouts.
   The young bean sprout had little
    green leaves.
   A seed needs warmth and moisture
    before it will sprout.
Read-Aloud
  Turtle, Turtle,
   Watch Out
Syllables: Consonant + le
    candle - can / dle
    You can read this word because you
    know how to read words with more
    than one syllable.
   If a word ends with a consonant and
    le, those three letters make the last
    syllable in the word.
    a / ble
        Vocabulary Words
   What do people do during a harvest,
    plant crops or pick crops?
   Is soil something that hurts
    pumpkins or something that helps
    pumpkins grow?
   What can you do with fruit, eat it or
    water crops with it?
   What is a vine, a fall celebration or a
    plant with a long, slender stem?
       Vocabulary Words
   What does the root of a pumpkin
    plant do, act like a big umbrella to
    protect the plant from the sun or
    bring food and water to the plant?
   Which is bumpy, a road with many
    holes and lumps in it or a road that
    is completely flat?
   Which is smooth, a pond where the
    water is still or a pond with many
    waves in it?
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
 Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
Word Family Word – clean
            (online dictionary)


Consonant   Digraphs               Blends
bean                              glean
dean
lean
mean
wean
Word Family Word – clean



 bean      dean    lean




 mean               wean
          glean
             Antonyms
   Antonyms are words with opposite
    meanings. Name the antonyms in
    this sentence.
   Pumpkins can be bumpy or smooth,
    large or small, long or round.
    bumpy – smooth
    large – small
    long - round
             Daily Fix-It



•   the cok made a pumpkin
    pie
•   The cook made a
    pumpkin pie.
•   do you like puding.
•   Do you like pudding?
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape
   Nouns name people, places,
    animals, and things.
   Adjectives describe nouns.
   Adjectives tell how nouns sound,
    smell, feel, look, and taste.
   Adjectives also tell about the
    number, size, and shape of nouns.
      Wrap Up Your Day!
   Fact and Opinion
   Fluency
   Let’s Talk About It

    Tomorrow we will read a poem
    that explains how seeds know
    which way to grow.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
      Wednesday

     Journal Topic

    Write a descriptive
       paragraph
  about a smooth item.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
         Thursday

     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read more about
how plants grow. Plants need
  roots, soil, and nutrients.
 What do you need to grow?
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
         Thursday

     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read more about
how plants grow. Plants need
  roots, soil, and nutrients.
 What do you need to grow?
Today we will learn about:
   Review Amazing Words
   Vowels oo, u
   Fluency
   Adjective for Number, Size, and
    Shape
   Making an Announcement
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Amazing Words
       adapt
       annual
       nutrients
       bury
       undisturbed
       ancient
       massive
       sprout
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
      Vocabulary Words
           Crossword Puzzle
         fruit
         soil
         root
         harvest
         vine
         bumpy
         smooth
         cycle
         wither
         tendrils
Read-Aloud
  The Big Tree
       Sentence Reading
   The bigger machines are the
    bulldozer and the pulley.
   Mom’s baked pudding is tastier
    than any other in the world!
   Are you carrying those full boxes
    of books everywhere?
       Sentence Reading
   This is the easiest way to move
    the pushcart at work.
   Look for the woman who writes in
    the tiniest notebook.
   Do you live near the sparkling
    brook in the woods?
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
Word Family Word – dig
            (online dictionary)


Consonant   Digraphs               Blends
big                               brig
fig                               swig
gig
jig
pig
rig
wig
      Word Family Word – dig


fig                       frog gig         rig
              gig                                       rig




                                                 swig
jig     jig         jig              pig


          wig                  brig                     brig
            Daily Fix-It




   did You put away your
    game.
   Did you put away your
    game?
   brad shok my hand.
   Brad shook my hand.
     Adjectives for Number,
        Size, and Shape

   Words for number, size, and
    shape are adjectives.
   The words a and an are also
    adjectives.
Adjectives for Number,
   Size, and Shape
Number   Size     Shape
   Speaking and Listening
Speakers:            Listeners:
 Speak in a clear    Sit quietly.
  voice.              Face the speaker.
 Speak slowly.       Listen to what the
 Make eye contact     speaker says.
  with listeners.     Ask questions if you
 Use appropriate      don’t understand
  voice level.         part of the
 Tell all the         announcement.
  information.
      Wrap Up Your Day!
   Make Connections: Text to
    World
   Let’s Talk About It

    Today we read a poem about
    seeds. Tomorrow we will hear
    again about how plants grow
    from seeds.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Thursday

       Journal Topic

   Write about getting used
    to something new.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
          Friday

     Morning Warm-Up

This week we read about
plants. We learned about
pumpkins and maple trees.
We also learned about other
seeds. How do seeds change
as they grow into plants?
    Today we will learn about:
   Review Amazing Words
   Review Vocabulary Words
   Vowels oo, u
   Adjectives for Number, Size, and
    Shape
   Circle Graph
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
        Amazing Words
       adapt
       annual
       nutrients
       bury
       undisturbed
       ancient
       massive
       sprout
Read-Aloud
  The Big Tree
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
     Vocabulary Words
          Crossword Puzzle
        fruit
        soil
         root
        harvest
        vine
        bumpy
        smooth
        cycle
        wither
        tendrils
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the ____ so deep.
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a ____that it will keep.
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green ___.
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some ___ so firm and fine!
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
   Some feel soft and ___ and flat.
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
   Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
   Others feel rough and ___ and fat.
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
   Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
   Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
   But at ___ time we will pick and chat!
           Vocabulary Words
    smooth, bumpy, root, vine, harvest, soil, fruit


   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
   Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
   Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
   But at harvest time we will pick and
    chat!
           Rhyming Words

   I plant a seed in the soil so deep.
   It will grow a root that it will keep.
   Out of the dirt grows a big green vine.
   It will bear some fruit so firm and fine!
   Some feel soft and smooth and flat.
   Others feel rough and bumpy and fat.
   But at harvest time we will pick and
    chat!
   Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
                        Spelling Words
   Word Family
                    put         push
      Words
                    cook        pull
 beg
                    stood       brook
 berry
                    full        hook
 but
                    wood        footprint
 clean
                    July        pudding
 dig
                    shook       cushion
                    hood
             Vowels oo, u
          Find the words with oo or u.

   Those children took all the cookies.
             Vowels oo, u
          Find the words with oo or u.

   Those children took all the cookies.
   Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
             Vowels oo, u
          Find the words with oo or u.

   Those children took all the cookies.
   Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
   Look at the crook get away!
             Vowels oo, u
          Find the words with oo or u.

   Those children took all the cookies.
   Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
   Look at the crook get away!
   This is a good book.
             Vowels oo, u
          Find the words with oo or u.

   Those children took all the cookies.
   Our bulldog likes the sock on my foot!
   Look at the crook get away!
   This is a good book.
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
     High Frequency
         Words
          (Match It Game)


        everywhere
        live
        machines
        move
        woman
        work
        world
             Daily Fix-It




•   the wagon is ful of
    pumpkins?
•   The wagon is full of
    pumpkins.
•   the strong wind shok My
    car.
   The strong wind shook my
    car.
            Circle Graph
   A circle graph is a way of showing
    information. It is sometimes called a
    pie graph.
   We usually cut a pie into pieces
    before eating it.
   We also cut a circle graph into
    pieces to show information.
            Circle Graph
   The entire circle stands for one
    whole.
   Each section in the circle graph is
    part of the whole.
   When you see a large section, you
    know that it stands for a large part
    of the whole.
            Circle Graph
   When you see a small section, you
    know that it stands for a small part
    of the whole.
   The words and numbers in the
    sections of the graph show what part
    of the whole each section is.
Wrap Up Our Week!



Let’s Talk About Our
   Changing World
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
         Friday

      Journal Topic

        Write about a
  plant-growing contest.
         Related Links
Science Reader:
 All About Plants

 Desert Plants

 Plants

 Saquaro Cactus
        Discovery Streaming
              Videos

   Growing Plants: Science in a School Garden
    (22:49)
   Plant Life Cycles (20:00)
   How Plants Grow (19:00)
   Debbie Greenthumb: How Plants Grow
    (12:59)
We are now ready to
take our story tests.
     Story test
         Classroom webpage,
         Student page,
         Taking Tests

     AR
         Other Reading Quizzes
         Quiz # 904629

				
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