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Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: n Arcade Games n Jigword n Matchword n Review Games Vocabulary & Amazing Words: n Arcade Games n Jigword n Matchword n Speedword n Wordsearch n Word Web n Spelling City: Vocabulary n Spelling City: Amazing Words Spelling Words: n Speedword n Word Web n Quia Games n Spelling City High Frequency Words n Spelling City

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect n demand n firmly n advantage n defiant n ferocious

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Vocabulary Words n n n n n adventure Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Vocabulary Words n n n n n adventure climbed greatest truest clubhouse exploring wondered downhearted sewer

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores High Frequency Words n bought n people n Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores High Frequency Words n bought n people n pleasant n probably n scared n shall n sign

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

Big Question: What do good friends and neighbors do? Monday n Tuesday n Wednesday Big Question: What do good friends and neighbors do? Monday n Tuesday n Wednesday n Thursday n Friday n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Morning Warm-Up We live in a world Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Morning Warm-Up We live in a world with many people. Some people are our friends and our neighbors. What do good friends and neighbors do?

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Morning Warm-Up We live in a world Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Morning Warm-Up We live in a world with many people. Some people are our friends and our neighbors. What do good friends and neighbors do?

Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Phonics: ph, gh, /f/ n Author’s Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Phonics: ph, gh, /f/ n Author’s Purpose n Ask Questions n Different Kinds of Pronouns n

Amazing Words Amazing Words

appreciate ap – pre – ci – ate n When you appreciate something, you appreciate ap – pre – ci – ate n When you appreciate something, you feel grateful or thankful for something. n We appreciate how hard our mother works. n I appreciate having a friend who is always nice to me. n We appreciate the gifts we get for our birthdays. n

communicate n n n com – mu – ni - cate If you communicate communicate n n n com – mu – ni - cate If you communicate with a person, you talk to each other or keep in touch in other ways such as writing or sign language. My friends and I communicate with each other every day during lunch. I communicate with my grandmother by email. Jane communicates with her hearingimpaired friend by using sign language.

respect re – spect n Respect is a feeling of high regard you have respect re – spect n Respect is a feeling of high regard you have for another person. n If you respect someone, you admire that person and think a lot of him or her. n Our principal has the respect of all students in the school. n Children should respect their parents. n I respect the mayor for making our city a better place to live. n

ph, gh /f/ foam n What do you know about the sound at the ph, gh /f/ foam n What do you know about the sound at the beginning of this word? n Today we will study other spellings for /f/. n

n n firefighter The letter f usually stands for the sound /f/. – – n n firefighter The letter f usually stands for the sound /f/. – – – n fan fix fin fast fill The letters ph usually stand for the sound /f/. – phone – photo – graph n The letter gh may stand for the sound /f/ when they follow a vowel. – laugh – rough – tough

ph, gh /f/ n n n photo laugh graph rough phrase tough What do ph, gh /f/ n n n photo laugh graph rough phrase tough What do you know about reading these words? n The letters ph stand for the sound /f/. n The letters gh often stand for the sound /f/ when they follow a vowel. n

ph, gh /f/ n n gopher enough phase orphan ph, gh /f/ n n gopher enough phase orphan

Making Words a, e, o, u g, h, l, n, p, r, s, t Making Words a, e, o, u g, h, l, n, p, r, s, t

Word Reading n n n n photo catch when graph gopher shot laugh arch Word Reading n n n n photo catch when graph gopher shot laugh arch n n n n dolphin enough ditch think phrase cough touch

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

Author’s Purpose Ask Questions Remember Bad Dog, Dodger!. n Describe some of the funny Author’s Purpose Ask Questions Remember Bad Dog, Dodger!. n Describe some of the funny things Dodger did. n Do you think the author wanted to make us laugh? n Authors have a reason for writing what they do. n They may want to teach us something, they may want us to believe something, or they may want to make us laugh or imagine. n

Author’s Purpose Ask Questions Sometimes authors have more than one reason for writing. n Author’s Purpose Ask Questions Sometimes authors have more than one reason for writing. n Good readers ask themselves questions before, during, and after reading. n Asking questions will help us understand the author’s reasons for writing the selection. n

Daily Fix-It it was her fawlt n It was her fault. n in august Daily Fix-It it was her fawlt n It was her fault. n in august they will wak to school n In August they will walk to school. n

Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. n The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences. n The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs. n The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

Different Kinds of Pronouns n Calvin has a new bike. He can’t ride it. Different Kinds of Pronouns n Calvin has a new bike. He can’t ride it. n The pronoun he is the subject of a sentence. The pronoun it is used after the action verb ride. n Calvin is riding his bike. Angela helped him. n The pronoun him is used after the action verb helped.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) n Pam’s bike got a flat tire.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) n Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) n I called my dad.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) n Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) n I called my dad. (him) n My dad drove Pam home.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) n Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) n I called my dad. (him) n My dad drove Pam home. (her) n Pam thanked my dad and me.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronoun could be used instead of the underlined words? her, him, it, us, we n Pam and I were riding our bikes. (we) n Pam’s bike got a flat tire. (it) n I called my dad. (him) n My dad drove Pam home. (her) n Pam thanked my dad and me. (us)

Wrap Up Your Day! Consonant Sound /f/ n Spelling Consonant Sound /f/ n Author’s Wrap Up Your Day! Consonant Sound /f/ n Spelling Consonant Sound /f/ n Author’s Purpose n Let’s Talk About It n n Tomorrow the class will read about three friends who love to go on adventures together until they are faced with a decision.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Journal Topic List ways you can show Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Monday Journal Topic List ways you can show family members that you appreciate them.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace and Morris, but mostly Dolores. These three mice are really good friends. What makes a really good friend?

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace and Morris, but mostly Dolores. These three mice are really good friends. What makes a really good friend?

Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Spelling words with ph, gh /f/ Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Spelling words with ph, gh /f/ n Vocabulary Words n High Frequency Words n Problem and Solution n Different Kinds of Pronouns n

Amazing Words Amazing Words

demand de – mand n If you order someone to do something, you demand demand de – mand n If you order someone to do something, you demand that he or she does it. n My friend asked me nicely to help him fix his bike, but he did not demand that I do it. n Mom demanded that I clean my room on Saturday. n The police demanded that we move our car to a different parking space. n

firmly firm – ly n When you say something firmly, you say it in firmly firm – ly n When you say something firmly, you say it in a determined way that shows you won’t change. n Mom firmly told me I could not go outside until I cleaned my room. n I speak nicely, but firmly, when I give commands to my dog. n

advantage ad – van – tage n If you have an advantage, you are advantage ad – van – tage n If you have an advantage, you are in a better or more favorable position than someone else. n Jason ran faster than the others, so he had an advantage in the race. n Bob had an advantage over Ray in getting the job because he had two years of experience. n

Bear and Duck on the Run Bear and Duck on the Run

 ph, gh /f/ phone n You can read this word because you know ph, gh /f/ phone n You can read this word because you know how to read words with letters that make the consonant sound /f/. n What sound do the letters ph stand for in this word? n tough n

 ph, gh /f/ n When you come to a new word, look at ph, gh /f/ n When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the consonant sounds. n Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.

 ph, gh /f/ n n n n phase laugh dolphin coughing telegraph roughly ph, gh /f/ n n n n phase laugh dolphin coughing telegraph roughly alphabet

Listen for words with ph and gh. Listen for words with ph and gh.

 ph, gh /f/ Pick out words with the sound /f/ in “In My ph, gh /f/ Pick out words with the sound /f/ in “In My Photo Album. ” n n n photo laugh rough tough enough

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh laugh ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh laugh

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gh ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gh laugh

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher gh laugh

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher gh laugh cough

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher gh laugh cough tough

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph dolphin gopher trophy gh laugh cough tough

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh dolphin ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh dolphin gopher trophy laugh cough tough enough

ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh dolphin ph, gh /f/ laugh, dolphin, gopher, cough, tough, trophy, enough, graphic ph gh dolphin gopher trophy graphic laugh cough tough enough

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

 ph, fh /f/ n Look at the photo of the giraffe I took ph, fh /f/ n Look at the photo of the giraffe I took at the zoo. n It was tough, but we made it to the top of the cliff. n Do you have enough graph paper for math?

Vocabulary Words adventure – an exciting experience n climbed – went upward n greatest Vocabulary Words adventure – an exciting experience n climbed – went upward n greatest – the best or most wonderful n truest – the most real or loyal n clubhouse – a house or structure where a group meets n exploring – going someplace to discover what it is like n wondered – wanted to know more n downhearted – very sad n sewer – underground pipes that carry away waste (next slide) n

clubhouse clubhouse

sewer sewer

Check Lesson Vocabulary n n n adventure wondered climbed alone greatest door n n Check Lesson Vocabulary n n n adventure wondered climbed alone greatest door n n n truest friends clubhouse loved exploring their

Word Structure There are strategies to use when you come across words you don’t Word Structure There are strategies to use when you come across words you don’t understand. n Sometimes we can get the meaning from context clues. Read the words and sentences around the unknown word. Are there other words nearby to help us figure out the meaning? n

Word Structure We can figure out the meaning of an unfamiliar compound word if Word Structure We can figure out the meaning of an unfamiliar compound word if we know the meaning of the smaller words. n We can look for word endings in the unknown word. Today we will learn more about the word ending –est. n

Plot and Theme What is the plot of this story? n The plot tells Plot and Theme What is the plot of this story? n The plot tells about events in the friendship of Horace, Morris, and Dolores. n What is theme, or big idea? n The big idea is the importance of friendship. n

Daily Fix-It i will rite a sine n I will write a sign. n Daily Fix-It i will rite a sine n I will write a sign. n he laffed on the fone • He laughed on the phone. n

Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. n The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences. n The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs. n The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

Different Kinds of Pronouns Mrs. Rodriguez brought a book to school. She will read Different Kinds of Pronouns Mrs. Rodriguez brought a book to school. She will read it after lunch. n Mrs. Rodriguez is the subject in the first sentences. What pronoun took the place of Mrs. Rodriguez? n she n The noun book came after the action verb in the first sentence. What pronoun took the place of book? n it n

Wrap Up Your Day! n n Lesson Vocabulary Ask Questions Let’s Talk About It Wrap Up Your Day! n n Lesson Vocabulary Ask Questions Let’s Talk About It Tomorrow you will hear about Duck and his best friend, Bear.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time when Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Tuesday Journal Topic Write about a time when you felt left out.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Bear and Duck is Bear's greatest and truest friend. He makes a decision to help Bear. Have you ever helped a friend?

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read about Bear and Duck is Bear's greatest and truest friend. He makes a decision to help Bear. Have you ever helped a friend?

Today we will learn about: Silent Consonants n Words with ph, gh /f/ n Today we will learn about: Silent Consonants n Words with ph, gh /f/ n Ending –est n Different Kinds of Pronouns n

Amazing Words Amazing Words

defiant de – fi – ant n If someone is openly disobedient or challenging defiant de – fi – ant n If someone is openly disobedient or challenging to someone else, that person is defiant. n My defiant dog would not get off the chair. n My baby brother was defiant and wouldn’t go to bed. n

ferocious fe - ro - cious n When something is powerful, violent, or fierce, ferocious fe - ro - cious n When something is powerful, violent, or fierce, it is ferocious. n The ferocious lion looked for food to eat. n The bear had a ferocious growl. n

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr write gn mb

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Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn know write gnaw gnat mb

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb gnat

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Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife gnat sign

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife gnat climb sign

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife gnat climb sign comb

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife gnat climb knock sign comb

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife wrong gnat climb knock sign comb

Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap Silent Consonants write, gnaw, gnat, know, lamb, knife, sign, climb, comb, knock, wrong, wrap kn wr gn mb know write gnaw lamb knife wrong gnat climb knock wrap sign comb

Lesson Vocabulary adventure, climbed, clubhouse, exploring, greatest, truest, wondered Read these sentences and tell Lesson Vocabulary adventure, climbed, clubhouse, exploring, greatest, truest, wondered Read these sentences and tell whether they are true or false. Change the sentences to make them mean the opposite while still using the vocabulary word. Watching a boring play is a wonderful adventure. n false n ______ is a wonderful adventure. n

Lesson Vocabulary n If you climbed a ladder you would be off the ground. Lesson Vocabulary n If you climbed a ladder you would be off the ground. n true If you climbed a ladder you would be ____ the ground n The greatest toy is the one you want to play with all the time. n true n The greatest toy is the one you ____ play with. n

Lesson Vocabulary When your friend says she will tell you the truest thing she Lesson Vocabulary When your friend says she will tell you the truest thing she knows, she is going to lie to you. n false n When your friend says she will tell you the truest thing she knows, she is ____ going to lie to you. n

Lesson Vocabulary A clubhouse is a good place to buy roller skates. n false Lesson Vocabulary A clubhouse is a good place to buy roller skates. n false n A clubhouse is a good place to meet with people who _____. n When you go exploring, you may find and see new things. n true n When you go exploring, you ___ find anything new. n

Lesson Vocabulary If your sister wondered if she could learn to roller-skate, she wanted Lesson Vocabulary If your sister wondered if she could learn to roller-skate, she wanted to find out if she could do that. n true n If your sister wondered if she could learn to roller-skate, she knew _____. n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

Word Ending -est Remember that Horace, Morris, and Dolores were very good friends. n Word Ending -est Remember that Horace, Morris, and Dolores were very good friends. n Another way to describe people who are very good friends is to say they are “best friends. ” n The word best means “most good. ” n The word best can help you remember that the suffix –est means “most. ” n

Word Ending -est This ending can be added to words to change their meanings. Word Ending -est This ending can be added to words to change their meanings. n For example, the word quick means “very fast. ” n Adding the suffix –est to quick to make quickest changes its meaning to the “most fast. ” n Think of other words you can add the suffix –est. n

Daily Fix-It • • her didn’t play to day. She didn’t play today. she Daily Fix-It • • her didn’t play to day. She didn’t play today. she has an rough coufh. She has a rough cough.

Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. n The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences. n The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs. n The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

Different Kinds of Pronouns n Bob and I went to see the circus. n Different Kinds of Pronouns n Bob and I went to see the circus. n we, it n Sarah helped Jenny and me make popcorn. n she, us n The new friends built a clubhouse. n they, it

Wrap Up Your Day! Author’s Purpose n Fluency n Let’s Talk About It n Wrap Up Your Day! Author’s Purpose n Fluency n Let’s Talk About It n n Tomorrow we will read about children who play on a soccer team.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a time you Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Wednesday Journal Topic Write about a time you and a friend had a disagreement.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a story about some young soccer players. The photographs show that they like working and laughing together. What do you like to do with your friends?

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Morning Warm-Up Today we will read a story about some young soccer players. The photographs show that they like working and laughing together. What do you like to do with your friends?

Today we will learn about: ph, gh /f/ n Different Kinds of Pronouns n Today we will learn about: ph, gh /f/ n Different Kinds of Pronouns n Contribute to Discussions n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect n demand n firmly n advantage n defiant n ferocious

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Sentence Reading I told Mom I shall redo my graph even though I disagree. Sentence Reading I told Mom I shall redo my graph even though I disagree. n Dad said most people at the photo shoot were pleasant. n I will probably rewind the tape so we can replay it. n Do you mind if we remount the sign on a tough, new post? n

Sentence Reading A lot of coats are bought and sold when it is cold. Sentence Reading A lot of coats are bought and sold when it is cold. n Mom said she would be scared if she saw a child try to preheat a stove. n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

Daily Fix-It jamie and Marge has work too do n Jamie and Marge have Daily Fix-It jamie and Marge has work too do n Jamie and Marge have work to do. n will They work togeter n Will they work together? n

Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place Different Kinds of Pronouns n. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun or nouns. n The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences. n The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs. n The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

Different Kinds of Pronouns n What is the difference between the pronouns I and Different Kinds of Pronouns n What is the difference between the pronouns I and me? n Which pronouns are used as subjects of a sentence?

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things Joann subject after verb

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject Joann she after verb

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann she her

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria she her

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria she they her

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria she they her them

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington she they her them

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington she they he her them

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington she they he her them him

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I she they he her them him

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I she they he we her them him

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I she they he we her them him us

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking she they he we her them him us

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking she they he we you her them him us

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking she they he we you her them him us you

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking the race she they he we you her them him us you

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking the race she they he we you her them him us you it

Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and Different Kinds of Pronouns Which pronouns would you use as a sentence subject and the one you would use after an action verb? People or things subject after verb Joann Jeff and Maria Mr. Washington Muhammed and I the person to whom you’re speaking the race she they he we you it her them him us you it

Contribute to Discussions Speakers: n n Take turns speaking. Speak loudly enough to be Contribute to Discussions Speakers: n n Take turns speaking. Speak loudly enough to be heard. Speak clearly. Support your ideas with facts when you can. Active Listeners: n n n Listen respectfully to other speakers. Ask questions to seek information, explanations, and clarification. Respond constructively to ideas of others.

Wrap Up Your Day! Making connections: Text to Text n Let’s Talk About It Wrap Up Your Day! Making connections: Text to Text n Let’s Talk About It n n We read a story about children who play on a soccer team. Tomorrow we will read about the friends again.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Journal Topic List ways you can show Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Thursday Journal Topic List ways you can show fairness and respect.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Friday Morning Warm-Up This week we read about some characters who worked hard at being good friends. It's not always easy. What does it mean to be a good friend or neighbor?

Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Vocabulary Words n High Frequency Words Today we will learn about: Amazing Words n Vocabulary Words n High Frequency Words n Ph, gh /f/ n Different Kinds of Pronouns n Table n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Amazing Words n appreciate n communicate n respect n demand n firmly n advantage n defiant n ferocious

 ph, gh /f/ n. I heard you laugh while on the phone. n ph, gh /f/ n. I heard you laugh while on the phone. n It is tough to say the alphabet backwards! n I can draw a rough sketch of a dolphin. n He took enough photos of his nephew.

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Vocabulary Words n n n n n adventure Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Vocabulary Words n n n n n adventure climbed greatest truest clubhouse exploring wondered downhearted sewer

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring n Beth ____ to the Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring n Beth ____ to the top of the tree.

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the ___ with me. n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We ___ what we should do. n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An ____!” I said, out of the blue. n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An adventure!” I said, out of the blue. n So we packed a bag and went ____. n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An adventure!” I said, out of the blue. n So we packed a bag and went exploring. n Our day was the ___-not boring. n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An adventure!” I said, out of the blue. n So we packed a bag and went exploring. n Our day was the greatest-not boring. n That is the ___ thing I can say! n

Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top Vocabulary Words greatest, adventure, truest, climbed, wondered, clubhouse, exploring Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An adventure!” I said, out of the blue. n So we packed a bag and went exploring. n Our day was the greatest -not boring. n That is the truest thing I can say! n

Rhyming Words Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in Rhyming Words Beth climbed to the top of the tree. n And sat in the clubhouse with me. n We wondered what we should do. n “An adventure!” I said, out of the blue. n So we packed a bag and went exploring. n Our day was the greatest -not boring. n That is the truest thing I can say! n

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores High Frequency Words n bought n people n Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores High Frequency Words n bought n people n pleasant n probably n scared n shall n sign

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores n n n n Spelling Words phone photo enough rough stuff cough laugh cliff puff dolphin giraffe physical graph autograph tough Glue Words n people n very n was n put n said

Daily Fix-It • • my phriend call me on the phone My friend called Daily Fix-It • • my phriend call me on the phone My friend called me on the phone. her made me lauff. She made me laugh.

Table You can use a table to show information and make it easier to Table You can use a table to show information and make it easier to understand. n The title tells what the table is about. n Tables are shaped like boxes. n The boxes contain words or numbers arranged in rows and columns. n The words tell what information is being given. n Rows go across and columns go up and down. n

Mouse Club Members Clubs May June July Mega Mice 9 7 5 Cheese Puffs Mouse Club Members Clubs May June July Mega Mice 9 7 5 Cheese Puffs 12 9 8 Frisky Whiskers 0 5 8

Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Responsibility Wrap Up Your Week! Let’s Talk About Responsibility

Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Friday Journal Topic Write about how to show Horace & Morris but Mostly Dolores Friday Journal Topic Write about how to show respect

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We are now ready to take our story tests. n Story test – Classroom We are now ready to take our story tests. n Story test – Classroom webpage, – Student page, – Taking Tests n AR – Other Reading Quizzes – Quiz # 904624