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          Review Games

Vocabulary & Amazing
  Words:                      Spelling Words:
• Arcade Games                •   Speedword
•   Jigword                   •   Word Web
•   Matchword                 •   Quia Games
•   Speedword                 •   Spelling City
•   Wordsearch
•   Word Web                  High Frequency
•   Spelling City: Amazing      Words
• Spelling City: Vocabulary   Spelling City
Red, White, and Blue

    Amazing Words
    •   history
    •   independence
    •   symbol
    •   patriotic
    •   unfurl
    •   frayed
    •   allegiance
    •   indivisible
Red, White, and Blue

   Vocabulary Words
   •   freedom
   •   flag
   •   stripes
   •   stars
   •   nicknames
   •   birthday
   •   America
   •   Congress
   •   American Revolution
   •   colonies
Red, White, and Blue

    High Frequency
         Words
    •   answer
    •   company
    •   faraway
    •   parents
    •   picture
    •   school
    •   wash
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
      Big Question:
What does our flag mean?
      • Monday
      • Tuesday
      • Wednesday
      • Thursday
      • Friday
Red, White, and Blue
          Monday


     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will learn about
flags. Every country has a
 flag. Flags bring cheers.
They tell a country's story.
What does our flag mean?
Red, White, and Blue
          Monday


     Morning Warm-Up

Today we will learn about
flags. Every country has a
 flag. Flags bring cheers.
They tell a country's story.
What does our flag mean?
    Today we will learn about:
•   Amazing Words
•   Inflected Endings
•   Fact and Opinion
•   Monitor and Fix Up
•   Quotation Marks
Amazing
 Words
                 history
• his – to - ry
• History is all that has happened in
  the life of a people, a country, or a
  field of study such as science or art.
• In school we will study the history of
  the United States.
• I like to learn about the history of
  the Plains Indians.
• My brother takes a class in art
  history.
           independence
• in – de - pen - dence
• Independence means freedom from
  being controlled by other people or
  countries.
• The United States declared
  independence from England over
  200 years ago.
• The Fourth of July is Independence
  Day in the United States.
                    symbol
• sym - bol
• A symbol is something, such as a sign,
  a mark, or an object that stands for
  something else.
• A red traffic light is a symbol for stop.
• A flag can be a symbol for a country
  or a state.
• A star on a map is a symbol for a
  capital city.
Listen to a
song about
the United
States flag.
       Inflected Endings

• smaller  - smallest
• What do you know about reading
  these words?
• They are base words with the
  endings –er and –est.
        Inflected Endings

• Today we’ll review spelling changes
  that may be needed when endings
  are added to base words.
• These spelling changes are:
  – Double the final consonant
  – Drop e before adding the ending
  – Change y to i before adding the ending
         Inflected Endings

• drop    - dropped
• How did the base word drop change
  when the –ed ending was added?
• You can cover the ending, read the
  base word, and then blend the base
  word and ending to read the whole
  word.
• joke - joking
       Inflected Endings

• Sometimes I have to chunk the base
  word into smaller parts. Read the
  base word and the ending. Then I
  blend all the chunks together to
  read the word:
• spiciest - spi, ci, est
         Inflected Endings

• smarter         •   plans
•   scared        •   crutches
•   judging       •   rubbed
•   cries         •   beginning
•   happiest      •   braver
                  •   funniest
          Inflected Endings
Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
Word     es
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
 Word     es
step
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
 Word     es
step    steps
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing   -er   -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed      -ing    -er   -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er   -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er       -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X         X
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er       -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X         X
funny
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er       -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X         X
funny   X
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er       -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X         X
funny   X          X
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing       -er       -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X         X
funny   X          X       X
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing    -er        -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X       X
funny   X          X       X       funnier
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
 Word     es
step    steps     stepped stepping X       X
funny   X          X       X       funnier funniest
          Inflected Endings
Base   -s or –     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word     es
step   steps     stepped stepping X       X
funny  X          X       X       funnier funniest
bounce
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed    -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X       X
funny   X      X       X       funnier funniest
bounce bounces
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed    -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X       X
funny   X       X      X       funnier funniest
bounce bounces bounced
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X        X
funny   X       X      X        funnier funniest
bounce bounces bounced bouncing
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X        X
funny   X       X      X        funnier funniest
bounce bounces bounced bouncing X
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X        X
funny   X       X      X        funnier funniest
bounce bounces bounced bouncing X        X
           Inflected Endings
Base    -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word      es
step    steps stepped stepping X        X
funny   X       X      X        funnier funniest
bounce bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X       X
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X       X
happy
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X       X
happy    X
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X       X
happy    X       X
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X       X
funny    X        X       X       funnier funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X        X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X       X
happy    X       X        X
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear    clears
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear    clears  cleared
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear    clears  cleared clearing
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear    clears  cleared clearing clearer
            Inflected Endings
Base     -s or –   -ed     -ing     -er       -est
Word       es
step     steps   stepped stepping X         X
funny    X        X       X       funnier   funniest
bounce   bounces bounced bouncing X          X
cry      cries   cried   crying   X         X
happy    X       X        X       happier   happiest
clear    clears  cleared clearing clearer   clearest
      Inflected Endings
• tried          • happily
•   unhappier    •   funnier
•   friendlier   •   discovered
•   pouncing     •   peaceful
•   reapplied    •   chokes
•   winner       •   unluckiest
•   jogging      •   writer
•   prepays
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
        Fact and Opinion
       Monitor and Fix Up
• Recall our story Just Like Josh
  Gibson.
• Make a statement of fact about
  baseball.
• Make a statement of opinion about
  baseball.
• How can you tell if a statement of
  fact is true?
         Fact and Opinion
        Monitor and Fix Up
• Good readers can identify
  statements of fact and opinion in a
  story.
• Sometimes there are helpful clue
  words, such as best or great, to
  help identity a statement of
  opinion.
• Sometimes there aren’t.
         Fact and Opinion
        Monitor and Fix Up
• Good readers can identify
  statements of fact and opinion in a
  story.
• Sometimes there are helpful clue
  words, such as best or great, to
  help identity a statement of
  opinion.
• Sometimes there aren’t.
        Fact and Opinion
       Monitor and Fix Up
• We can keep track of statement of
  fact and statements of opinion by
  stopping during reading and
  rereading what we don’t
  understand.
• Look for clue words to recognize
  statements of opinion.
               Daily Fix-It




• hour flag has stars and strips.
• Our flag has stars and stripes.
• we will cook diner for
  thanksgiving.
• We will cook dinner for
  Thanksgiving.
          Quotation Marks

• Quotation marks (― ‖) show the
  beginning and ending of the words
  someone says.
• The speaker’s name and words
  such as said or asked are not inside
  the quotation marks.
      Quotation Marks
Examples:
• ―What is a symbol?‖ asked Kim.
• ―A symbol is something that stands for
  something else,‖ Jerome said.
        Quotation Marks
• What is a symbol of our country? asked
  Emma.
• ―What is a symbol of our country?‖ asked
  Emma.
• David said, Our flag is a symbol.
• David said, ―Our flag is a symbol.‖
• The bald eagle is a symbol too, said Liam.
• ―The bald eagle is a symbol too,‖ said
  Liam.
        Quotation Marks
• Miki asked, Why is the bald eagle a
  symbol?
• Miki asked, ―Why is the bald eagle a
  symbol?‖
• Sasha said, The bald eagle is strong and
  free, and so is the United States.
• Sasha said, ―The bald eagle is strong and
  free, and so is the United States.‖
        Quotation Marks
• Let’s find out more about the bald eagle,
  Alan said.
• ―Let’s find out more about the bald
  eagle,‖ Alan said.
         Wrap Up Your Day!

•   Inflected Endings
•   Spelling Words with –ed and –ing
•   Fact and Opinion
•   Let’s Talk About It

• Tomorrow we will read about
  celebrating the American flag.
Red, White, and Blue
           Monday


       Journal Topic

  List important people in
history that you have read or
        heard about.
  Red, White, and Blue
              Tuesday
       Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read about the
American flag. We're going to
learn nicknames for our flag. We'll
talk about how our flag was made.
How would you feel if you were
told you couldn't fly our flag?
  Red, White, and Blue
              Tuesday
       Morning Warm-Up

Today we will read about the
American flag. We're going to
learn nicknames for our flag. We'll
talk about how our flag was made.
How would you feel if you were
told you couldn't fly our flag?
Today we will learn about:

•   Amazing Words
•   Inflected Endings
•   Vocabulary Words
•   Compound Words
•   Word Structure
•   Quotation Marks
Amazing
 Words
                patriotic
• pa – tri – ot – ic
• If someone shows love and loyalty to
  his or her country, that person is
  patriotic.
• People who fly the flag of their
  country are patriotic.
• It is patriotic to support and defend
  your country.
• Patriotic men and women sometimes
  run for governor or senator.
                unfurl
• un – furl
• To unfurl something means to unroll
  it or spread it out.
• When you unfurl the flag, you can
  see the stars and stripes.
• Mom unfurled the blanket and put it
  on the bed.
                 frayed
• frayed
• When something is frayed, it is worn
  away on the edges, and threads are
  hanging loose.
• His jeans were frayed at the bottom.
• The old rug was frayed around the
  edges.
frayed
Great-Grandmother’s Secret
          Inflected Endings
• dancing
• You can read this word because you know
  how to read base words with endings.
• What base word and ending form dancing?
• dance + ing
• When you come to a base word with an
  ending, look at the base word and the
  ending. Is there a spelling change? Then
  read them together.
        Inflected Endings
•   raked        •   continues
•   raking       •   continuing
•   fishing      •   stops
•   fishes       •   stopped
•   blurrier     •   stopping
•   blurriest    •   funnier
                 •   funniest
Listen for
words with
 inflected
 endings.
          Inflected Endings
Find the words with inflected endings in ―Flag Day
                    Parade.‖

 •   bunches              •   floats
 •   waving               •   funniest
 •   flags                •   clowns
 •   folks                •   bands
 •   hurried              •   continued
 •   having               •   happier
 •   spotted              •   wishes
          Inflected Endings
Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
Word     es
          Inflected Endings
Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
Word     es
clap
           Inflected Endings
 Base   -s or –   -ed   -ing   -er   -est
 Word     es
clap    claps
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing   -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X      X
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X      X
dry
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X      X
dry    dries
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X      X
dry    dries      dried
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er   -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping   X      X
dry    dries      dried   drying
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping     X      X
dry    dries      dried   drying    drier
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping     X       X
dry    dries      dried   drying    drier   driest
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word
clap   claps     clapped clapping     X       X
dry    dries      dried   drying    drier   driest
           Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es     -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word
 clap  claps     clapped clapping     X       X
 dry   dries      dried   drying    drier   driest
scorch
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed     -ing     -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping     X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying    drier   driest
scorch scorches
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed      -ing    -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping     X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying    drier   driest
scorch scorches   scorched
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping       X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch scorches   scorched scorching
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping       X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch scorches   scorched scorching     X
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping       X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
            Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es      -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap   claps     clapped clapping       X       X
 dry    dries      dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X       X
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X       X
 silly
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X       X
 silly      X
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X       X
 silly      X          X
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping       X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching     X       X
 try     tries      tried     trying       X       X
 silly      X          X         X
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er      -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X        X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X        X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X        X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er       -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X         X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X         X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier   silliest
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er       -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X         X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X         X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier   silliest
 fog
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er       -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X         X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X         X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier   silliest
 fog       fogs
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er       -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X         X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X         X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier   silliest
 fog       fogs     fogged
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing       -er       -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping        X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying      drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching      X         X
 try     tries      tried     trying        X         X
 silly      X          X         X       sillier   silliest
 fog       fogs     fogged    fogging
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er      -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping      X         X
 dry     dries       dried   drying    drier     driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching    X         X
 try     tries       tried    trying      X         X
 silly      X           X        X     sillier   silliest
 fog       fogs      fogged fogging foggier
              Inflected Endings
Base -s or –es        -ed      -ing      -er     -est
Word
 clap    claps      clapped clapping      X       X
 dry     dries       dried   drying    drier   driest
scorch   scorches   scorched scorching    X       X
 try     tries       tried    trying      X       X
 silly      X           X        X     sillier silliest
 fog       fogs      fogged fogging foggier foggiest
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
        Inflected Endings

• He liked that we planned to go
  hiking.
• I was skipping and dancing all the
  way home.
• ―Dad tried to get the baby to stop
  crying,‖ I replied.
             Vocabulary
• freedom – being able to do, say, and
  think as you please
• flag – a piece of colored cloth with
  stars or other symbols on it. Every
  country and state has its own flag.
• stripes – a long, narrow band of color
• stars – a shape that has five or six
  points
             Vocabulary
• nicknames – names used instead of real
  names
• birthday – the day that you were born.
  Most people celebrate their birthdays
  every year.
• America – another name for North
  America and South America. Some
  people use the name America to mean
  the United States.
                 (next slide)
                            flag



    Today’s Flag      48 Star Flag    13 Star Flag




First American Flag   Alabama        Confederate Flag
                      State Flag
stripes
stars
Symbols of America
Congress
American Revolution
colonies
              Vocabulary
• Congress – the national lawmaking
  group of the United States
• American Revolution – war in which the
  thirteen American colonies gained their
  freedom from England
• colonies – groups of people who left
  their own land to settle in another land
         Vocabulary
•   freedom   •   stars
•   America   •   people
•   flag      •   nicknames
•   won       •   early
•   stripes   •   birthday
•   very      •   together
         Compound Words

• There are strategies you can use when
  you come across words you don’t
  understand.
• You can look for context clues in the
  words and sentences around the
  unknown word.
• You can look in a dictionary or glossary.
        Compound Words

• Sometimes you can get the meaning from
  word parts.
• We may understand the two shorter
  words in a compound word (wildcat, a
  cat that’s wild).
• Today we will learn more about
  compound words.
                Daily Fix-It




•   the flag stands from freedum
•   The flag stands for freedom.
•   our fleg has stars and sripes
•   Our flag has stars and stripes.
          Quotation Marks

• Quotation marks (― ‖) show the
  beginning and ending of the words
  someone says.
• The speaker’s name and words
  such as said or asked are not inside
  the quotation marks.
          Quotation Marks

• I’m coming, said Maria.
• ―I’m coming,‖ said Maria.
• Sam said, Our flag is red, white,
  and blue.
• Sam said, ―Our flag is red, white,
  and blue.‖
          Quotation Marks

• Let’s have a parade, said Betsy.
• ―Let’s have a parade,‖ said Betsy.
• Ross asked, What kind of parade
  should we have?
• Ross asked, ―What kind of parade
  should we have?‖
    Wrap Up Your Day!
• Lesson Vocabulary
• Monitor and Fix-Up
• Let’s Talk About It

• Tomorrow we will hear about Great-
  Grandmother’s secret.
Red, White, and Blue
          Tuesday

       Journal Topic

Write about a time you saw a
        flag flying.
     Red, White, and Blue
               Wednesday

          Morning Warm-Up
Today we will listen again to the story of
William and his flag. William wants to be
patriotic and fly a flag outside his
house. His great-grandmother directs him
to a suitcase that has his great-
grandfather's special flag in it. Why is
the flag so special?
     Red, White, and Blue
               Wednesday

          Morning Warm-Up
Today we will listen again to the story of
William and his flag. William wants to be
patriotic and fly a flag outside his
house. His great-grandmother directs him
to a suitcase that has his great-
grandfather's special flag in it. Why is
the flag so special?
    Today we will learn about:
•   Amazing Words
•   Contractions
•   Inflected Endings
•   Compound Words
•   Fluency
•   Quotation Marks
Amazing
 Words
                 allegiance
• al – le – giance
• Allegiance is the loyalty or
  faithfulness a person feels to his or
  her country, a leader, a friend, or
  family.
• He joined the army because of his
  allegiance to his country.
• The children said the Pledge of
  Allegiance to the flag of the United
  States.
                  indivisible
• in – di – vis – i - ble
• If something is indivisible, it cannot
  be divided, or separated into parts.
• The states of the United States are
  indivisible.
• The team is so united that they are
  indivisible.
            Contractions
• Contractions are a short way of saying
  and writing two words.
• An apostrophe takes the place of the
  letters that are left out.
• you’re – you are
• I’ve – I have
• will not – won’t
  Contractions
Two Words   Contractions
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not    won’t
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not    won’t
do not
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not    won’t
do not      don’t
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not    won’t
do not      don’t
we are
    Contractions
Two Words   Contractions

they are    they’re
we have     we’ve
he had      he’d
will not    won’t
do not      don’t
we are      we’re
Red, White, and Blue

   Vocabulary Words
   •   freedom
   •   flag
   •   stripes
   •   stars
   •   nicknames
   •   birthday
   •   America
   •   Congress
   •   American Revolution
   •   colonies
       Vocabulary Words

• What is a kind of freedom you have
  had?
• What are some places in America?
• Which is easier to draw—stars or
  stripes?
• What are some nicknames people have?
• Would you want to get a flag on your
  birthday?
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
        Inflected Endings
Finish the sentence:
• We tried to visit…
• She was trying to learn…
• He planned to…
• They were planning to make…
• The dog liked the…
• She is liking…
         Inflected Endings
Finish the sentence:
• The club hiked…
• He was hiking in the woods when…
• The baby cried after…
• The little girl was crying because…
• We skipped across…
• He was skipping when…
          Compound Words
• A compound word is made up of two or
  more smaller words.
• Sometimes you can figure out the
  meaning of the compound word if you
  know the meanings of the smaller words.
• At lunchtime I watch my favorite
  baseball team.
• At lunchtime I watch my favorite
  baseball team.
             Daily Fix-It




• some of the strippes are
  white.
• Some of the stripes are white.
• people move to america
• People move to America.
          Quotation Marks

• Quotation marks (― ‖) show the
  beginning and ending of the words
  someone says.
• The speaker’s name and words
  such as said or asked are not inside
  the quotation marks.
          Quotation Marks

• Where did you go? asked Mom.
• ―Where did you go?‖ asked Mom.
• I went to the library, said Mark.
• ―I went to the library,‖ said Mark.
    Wrap Up Your Day!
• Fact and Opinion
• Silent Reading Routine
• Let’s Talk About It

• Tomorrow we will listen to a story
  about the American flag and what it
  stands for.
Red, White, and Blue
       Wednesday


     Journal Topic

 Write about the colors
      in the flag.
 Red, White, and Blue
           Thursday


      Morning Warm-Up
Today we will learn another
    song about our flag.
 Our flag is red, white, and
blue. Our flag is a symbol for
 our country. What does our
      flag mean to you?
 Red, White, and Blue
           Thursday


      Morning Warm-Up
Today we will learn another
    song about our flag.
 Our flag is red, white, and
blue. Our flag is a symbol for
 our country. What does our
      flag mean to you?
    Today we will learn about:
•   Inflected Endings
•   Fluency
•   Quotation Marks
•   Understand Nonverbal Cues
Red, White, and Blue

    Amazing Words
    •   history
    •   independence
    •   symbol
    •   patriotic
    •   unfurl
    •   frayed
    •   allegiance
    •   indivisible
Uncle Sam and Old Glory
      Sentence Reading

• Today I will draw the biggest chalk
  picture of sailing ships.
• I saw Paul as I walked to school
  last Monday.
• Did you wash the bait pails that we
  used when we caught fish?
       Sentence Reading

• My parents always say it is okay to
  be afraid or scared.
• The teacher taught us to raise our
  hands before giving an answer.
• In August company came from
  faraway to stay with us.
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
                Daily Fix-It




•   america’s birthdaiy is July 4th.
•   America’s birthday is July 4th.
•   i painted sturs and strips.
•   I painted stars and stripes.
          Quotation Marks

• Quotation marks (― ‖) show the
  beginning and ending of the words
  someone says.
• The speaker’s name and words
  such as said or asked are not inside
  the quotation marks.
           Quotation Marks
• Please stand for The Star Spangled Banner,
  said the principal.
• ―Please stand for The Star Spangled
  Banner,‖ said the principal.
• The mayor said, Fly your flag on the Fourth
  of July.
• The mayor said, ―Fly your flag on the
  Fourth of July.‖
• Sarita said, I display the flag proudly.
• Sarita said, ―I display the flag proudly.‖
       Speaking and Viewing

Speakers:
•   Stand up straight.
•   Make eye contact.
•   Use gestures.
•   Use body language to convey a feeling.
     Speaking and Viewing

Listeners:
• Focus on the speaker.
• Make eye contact.
• Pay attention to the speaker’s body
  language.
• Look for speaker’s gesture.
    Wrap Up Your Day!

• Make Connections: Text to Text
• Let’s Talk About It

• Tomorrow we will hear about the flag’s
  history.
Red, White, and Blue
        Thursday


      Journal Topic

     Write about why
independence is important.
 Red, White, and Blue
            Friday

      Morning Warm-Up

 This week we read about the
 history of the American flag.
  The flag is a symbol of our
country's independence. What
      does our flag mean?
    Today we will learn about:
•   Inflected Endings
•   Vocabulary Words
•   Amazing Words
•   Quotation Marks
•   Take Notes/Outline
Red, White, and Blue

    Amazing Words
    •   history
    •   independence
    •   symbol
    •   patriotic
    •   unfurl
    •   frayed
    •   allegiance
    •   indivisible
       Red, White, and Blue

Spelling Words
• tried        cried
•   trying     crying     Glue Words
•   planned    skipped    •   have
•   planning   skipping   •   their
•   liked      danced     •   who
•   liking     dancing    •   his
•   hiked      replied    •   there
•   hiking     replying
          Inflected Endings

• We are hoping that Mom will let us help
  with baking and tasting the cookies!
• I walked into the room and hugged
  Grandma for the longest time.
• Pam relies on her studying to keep her
  from missing any math problems.
• I grabbed a sandwich, chatted with my
  dad, and trotted out the door.
Red, White, and Blue

   Vocabulary Words
   •   freedom
   •   flag
   •   stripes
   •   stars
   •   nicknames
   •   birthday
   •   America
   •   Congress
   •   American Revolution
   •   colonies
           Vocabulary Words
stars, nicknames, stripes, America, freedom, flag,
                     birthday

 • This is what a zebra has on its
   body.
 • stripes
 • Everyone has one once a year.
 • birthday
 • This is the country we live in.
 • America
           Vocabulary Words
stars, nicknames, stripes, America, freedom, flag,
                     birthday

 • You can see this wave from the
   top of some poles.
 • flag
 • These twinkle in the sky at night.
 • stars
           Vocabulary Words
stars, nicknames, stripes, America, freedom, flag,
                     birthday

 • Teddy, J.R. and P.J. are examples
   of these.
 • nicknames
 • We have this when we are free.
 • freedom
Red, White, and Blue

    High Frequency
         Words
    •   answer
    •   company
    •   faraway
    •   parents
    •   picture
    •   school
    •   wash
                Daily Fix-It




•   our flagg has fifty stars?
•   Our flag has fifty stars.
•   this is my eighth Birthday.
•   This is my eighth birthday.
       Take Notes/Outline
• An outline is a way to organize
  information.
• When you read something you want to
  remember, you should take notes.
• Let’s take notes about America’s Flag
  on page 325.
Wrap Up Your Week!
   Let’s Talk About
      Traditions
Red, White, and Blue
         Friday

      Journal Topic

 Write about a class that
    makes a symbol.
Red, White, and Blue
     Related Links


         U. S. Flag
         Flag Rules
   Betsey Ross Homepage
       U.S.A Flag Site
        U.S. Symbols
Red, White, and Blue
     Related Links


         U. S. Flag
         Flag Rules
   Betsey Ross Homepage
       U.S.A Flag Site
        U.S. Symbols
Red, White, and Blue
     Related Links


         U. S. Flag
         Flag Rules
   Betsey Ross Homepage
       U.S.A Flag Site
        U.S. Symbols
        Red, White, and Blue
 APTPlus Videos (password required)
Celebrating America: Symbols and Ceremonies of the United States
                              (22:00)
                         Old Glory (10:00)
          The U.S. Flag: Proper Rules and Display (06:24)
                       U.S. Symbols (17:00)
    TLC Elementary School: Understanding Government (24:16)
                  America the Beautiful (04:00)
      America at Its Best: The American Government (15:00)
                    This Is Our Country (24:00)
                The Star Spangled Banner (13:00)
We are now ready to
take our story tests.

    • Story test
      – Classroom webpage,
      – Student page,
      – Taking Tests

    • AR
      – Other Reading Quizzes
      – Quiz # 904632

				
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