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     A Weed Is a Flower
                   Amazing Words
    Vocabulary     excel
      Words        process
   college        research
   agriculture    opportunity
   laboratory     accomplish
   greenhouse     original
                   scientist
                   unusual
A Weed Is a Flower



   Amazing
    Words
    excel
 ex – cel
 When you excel at something,
 you’re better than most people
 at it.
 Kayla excels at math.
 Inventors excel in creative
 thinking.
    process
 proc – ess
 When you process something,
 you prepare it by following a set
 of steps.
 My raincoat has been processed
 to make it waterproof.
 People process peanuts into
 many things, including shaving
 cream and shampoo.
    research
 re – search
 Research means a very careful
 investigation or hunting for
 facts.
 I did a lot of research to make
 sure the facts in my report
 about weather were correct.
 People found many ways to use
 peanuts through research.
    opportunity
 op – por – tu - ni – ty
 An opportunity is a good
 chance or a favorable time.
 We had an opportunity to go to
 a movie on Saturday.
 Will we have an opportunity to
 have a play date this week?
    accomplish
    ac – com - plish
    When you accomplish something,
    you succeed in carrying it out or
    finishing it.
    The mayor of our town
    accomplished many important
    things.
    She was proud she accomplished so
    much in only an hour.
    original
  o – rig - i – nal
 Something that is original is
  the only one of its kind or the
  first of something.
 We use my grandmother’s
  original recipe for those
  delicious cookies.
 A copy machine makes copies
  of an original paper.
    scientist
 sci – en – tist
 A scientist is a person who is
 trained in science and is an
 expert in it.
 Scientists have discovered
 many things about the world we
 live in.
    unusual
 un – u – su – al
 Something that is unusual is
 not usual or not ordinary.
 The children made an unusual
 barbecue sauce when they were
 trying to act like scientists.
Vocabulary Words
    college – a school of learning to
    attend after high school
    agriculture – having to do with
    farming
    laboratory – a place where tests
    and experiments are done
    greenhouse – a building with
    glass or plastic sides where plants
    are kept warm
   Next slide
                    college



Auburn University            University of Alabama




      Northeast Alabama Community College
agriculture
laboratory
greenhouse
Vocabulary Words
college, agriculture, laboratory, greenhouse

   We grow plants in the _____
    when it is cold outside.
    greenhouse
   I want to study _____ when I
    grow up.
    agriculture
Vocabulary Words
college, agriculture, laboratory, greenhouse

   One day I will go to ____ to learn
    more about plants.
    college
   There I will study seeds and
    plants in a ______.
    laboratory
A Weed Is a Flower
   High Frequency
        Words
    clothes

    only
    hours
    question
    money
    taught
    neighbor
    High-Frequency Words
   rhymes with flowers
    hours
   rhymes with honey
    money
   I wasn’t sure how to answer the ____.
   question
   I was the ____ one who raise my hand.
    only
    High-Frequency Words
   My mom ____ school for twelve years.
    taught
   My pants and shirts are too small so I will
    have to buy some new ____.
    clothes
   Mr. Johnson is our next door ____.
    neighbor
High-Frequency Words
                    only, money,
      neighbor, hours, clothes, taught, question


   My old ____ are too small, so I
    will have to get new ones.
   clothes
   My next door ____ lets me play
    with her dog.
   neighbor
High-Frequency Words
                      only, money,
        neighbor, hours, clothes, taught, question


   Can you please repeat the ____ you
    asked?
    question
   This is your one and _____ chance to
    get it right.
   only
   My dad _____ me how to fly a kite.
   taught
High-Frequency Words
                    only, money,
      neighbor, hours, clothes, taught, question


   How many more ___ will we drive
    before we get there?
    hours
   I did extra chores so I could earn
    some _____.
    money
    High Frequency
     Word Review
   only         their
   answer       question
   clothes      parents
   school       money
   hours        washed
   people       neighbor
   taught       enough
Let’s Talk about
 Creative Ideas
Cause and Effect
   Most things happen for a reason.
   Good readers ask themselves
    what happens and why it
    happens.
   Paying attention to why things
    happen helps you understand
    what you read.
Cause and Effect
   Most things happen for a reason.
   Good readers ask themselves
    what happens and why it
    happens.
   Look for clue words that signal
    causes, such as so and because.

				
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