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    A Trip To The Fire Station Lesson 10 Day 1 A Trip To The Fire Station Lesson 10 Day 1 Presentation Transcript

    • A Trip to the Fire Station
      • What are some outdoor games and sports you like to play with friends?
        • Do you need more than two people to play? Tell why or why not.
      • I like to play ____ with friends when _____.
      • we need two egg.
      • We need two eggs.
    • Soccer Feet Soccer player’s nimble feet hustle at the soccer meet Kick it move it zig zag slide Clad in cleats they spin and glide Steal it hop it pass it pop it Toward the net. Who can stop it? Dribble dribble faster more SLAM that checkered ball To SCORE! Sandra Gilbert Br ϋ g
    • High Frequency Words idea caught lose though ago enough learn understand clear coming
    • ie igh lie pie die tie
    • sigh light high fright ie igh
    • Sentences with long i words We might have cherry pie tonight. You can lie down on the bright red mat. Will you help me tie a tight knot? We might have cherry pie tonight . You can lie down on the bright red mat. Will you help me tie a tight knot?
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    • Spelling Words
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    • Predictions
    • Predictions
      • hazard – Something that could be dangerous is a hazard.
      • efficient – If someone gets things done quickly, correctly, and without trouble, that person is efficient.
      • instantly – If something takes almost no time to happen, it happens instantly.
      • drench – When you completely soak something, you drench it.
        • Breathing smoke is a hazard for firefighters.
      hazard
    • hazard Something that could be dangerous is a hazard .
    • hazard
      • Which is more of a hazard when no one is home –
      a flashlight left on or a candle left burning? or hazard
    • Hazard Something that could be dangerous
      • Firefighters have to be efficient to put their gear on quickly.
      efficient
    • efficient If someone gets things done quickly, correctly, and without trouble, that person is efficient .
    • efficient
      • Which is more efficient –
      carrying your lunch to school and then going back home for your books carrying it all in a backpack? or efficient
    • Efficient
      • If someone gets things done quickly , correctly , and without trouble
      • Firefighters need to be ready to move instantly .
      instantly
    • instantly if something takes almost no time to happen, it happens instantly .
    • instantly
      • Can you take your time if you have to do something instantly?
      yes no or instantly
    • Instantly
      • If something takes almost no time to happen
      • Firefighters use water to drench flames.
      drench
    • drench When you completely soak something, you drench it .
    • drench
      • What would drench someone –
      drizzle a thunder storm or drench
    • drench
      • When you completely soak something
    • Grammar